How an Indie Graphic Novel Uses Visuals to Add Symbolism
Jeff Lemire’s graphic novel ‘The Underwater Welder’ uses cool tricks and clever plotting.
Why Fewer Panels Make a Better Comic
The look and feel of DC Comics' 'The New Frontier' gets broken down in this week's episode of Strip Panel Naked.
Help Your Comic Break Free from Panel Prison
Artist Tradd Moore talks about what went into creating a nearly panel-free comic book.
How Daredevil Got Trapped Inside His own Comic
Web series 'Strip Panel Naked' breaks down all the ways an artist can make his characters feel trapped.
Why 'Superman' Had One of the Best Introductions in Comics
A visual essay gets into just what makes Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's reintroduction to the Man of Steel one of the best in the character's history.
With Subtle Background Design, This Comic Grounds Itself
An in-depth look at a few pages of the comic ‘Deadly Class’ shows how to frame locations.
Break Your Comic’s Rigid Structure and Save Its Fluidity
How Grant Morrison lets his panels devolve into chaos to better serve the story.
Create Powerful Dialogue in Your Comic Through Repetition
How snappy, quick, repetitive dialogue could breathe new life into your comic.
These Comic Pros Opened Their Book with a Lizard on a Stick
The creators behind the comic ‘Limbo’ talk how they created their initial page.
Here Is a Look at the Push and Pull Game that Goes Into Comic Creation
The artist-author pair behind ‘Limbo’ talk divvying up work, breaking up action, and incorporating VCRs.
Is Collaboration the Most Important Key to Comics?
Creators of the indie comic ‘Limbo’ talk working together while making 80s comics.
How Perfect Pieces Make Watchmen a Brilliant Whole
The newest 'Strip Panel Naked' dives into how the incredible 'Watchmen' team built a cohesive story.