I almost always have work, I get to travel, and I can provide for the people around me. But it… [+]
Around ’88, someone told me the Stan Lee rule – 28(ish) words per panel. An average panel on an average… [+]
Scriptwriters are, in many ways, writing a love letter intended to woo the artist into giving their best possible work… [+]
Marvel Comics’ digital-comics strategy is that… they don’t seem to have one, really.
The comics audience is the last big block of cultural consumers who prefer the physical thing.
When done right, comics are a cognitive whetstone, providing two or three or more different but entangled streams of information… [+]
Comics are the purest form of visual narrative.
I’ve worked in television, and there are a hundred people between you and the audience. I’ve worked in film, and… [+]
What are Webcomics? Nobody knows. In the same way that “comics” is just such an utterly wrong label for what… [+]
Not many comics reflect the fact that I live in a multicultural society fitted with a global communications net, nor… [+]
American comics creators got into comics to do the same comics they grew up with. British comics creators got into… [+]