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K. Michael Russell on Making Horror Comics, the Connotations of Colors,...

Glitterbomb is one of the very best comics I've read in recent years. It’s a thoughtful dive into the evil just underneath the surface...

SDCC ’18: Dr. Horrible, MST3K, and Yoshitaka Amano Highlight Dark Horse’s...

The schedule of panels and signings features fan-favorite creators and projects.

This one tweet reveals an awful lot about the state of...

https://twitter.com/COLORnMATT/status/822340256787791872 This tweet by colorist Matt Wilson was going around last week, and not only does it reinforce the importance of properly crediting colorists but...

SDCC ’16: Comic Book Women Discuss Their Roles as Letterers and...

By: Nicholas Eskey Often in the comic book industry we focus our admiration on the artist, shortly followed by the writer. But what about those...

Frank Miller, James Harvey, the art of coloring, the artists reputation...

The other day we told you about a Frank Miller DKIII variant cover that had everyone talking about its (depending on your point of view) minimalist and/or shockingly incompetent art style. After some twitter discussion, artist James Harvey took it upon himself to show that Miller's recent work might be suffering from a misplaced coloring esthetic. And then all hell broke loose.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 3/11/16: Batman ’89 and Secrets of Comics coloring...

A new column by Marissa Louise is the best thing I've ever read about coloring comics.

Kirby: to recolor or not

A lot of people celebrated Jack Kirby's birthday on Friday by posting a lot of his art, and it is always pleasant to page through galleries of the King. One thing that I did notice on all this art was how stunning (to me anyway) the original limited coloring looks.

Interview: Colorist of BONE Steve Hamaker on Making His Own Webcomic...

Scholastic's editions of Jeff Smith's BONE were what originally put Steve Hamaker on the map, and he's only improved since his introduction to the comics...

Nice art: The Mad Flatter shows how coloring creates abstract images

"Flattiong" is a stage of the coloring process wherein shapes are outlined in flat colors for later embellishment. it's a tedious stage often parcelled...

Colorist Matthew Wilson: “It’s Better Than Diggin’ Ditches” [Interview]

If you like comics, you've almost certainly seen Matthew Wilson's work. Colourist for many of the most acclaimed comics of the last few years,...

Ruth Redmond on Colouring, Comics, and Getting In With Marvel [Interview]

The Irish comics scene is one of the busiest in the world right now, and almost certainly one of the fastest growing. Spurred on...

INTERVIEW: Colorist Brian Reber on his Exclusive Valiant Contract

Valiant Comics have been building up an exclusive roster of creators over the last few months. From writer Joshua Drysart to artists Doug Braithwaite...