DC Comics All Access: Bob Harras

And so we come to Week Four–marking the end of September, the month that ushered in the debut of DC Comics-The New 52 and the unprecedented transformation of the entire DC Universe. It’s hard to believe we’re finally here because for us September started a long time ago. Let me explain:

It’s been quite a ride since the writers conference that initiated this evolution. It’s been a year of pitch meetings, story conferences and design sessions that often went far into the night. It’s been a year of hard work on everyone’s part and truth be told – it’s been a lot of fun.

Mark Chiarello Named VP Art Direction & Design – DC Comics

Mark Chiarello Named VP Art Direction & Design – DC Comics

(December 2nd, 2010) Mark Chiarello has been named VP Art Direction & Design for DC Comics, it was announced today by DC Comics Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio. This newly-created position will oversee the operations of DC’s Editorial Art Department and lead in establishing the style, visual look and graphic design across all of DC’s imprints. He will be located in New York and report directly to the Co-Publishers.

Close out the work week with a ton of WEDNESDAY COMICS extras

I wouldn’t say we’ve saved the best for last. With a project like WEDNESDAY COMICS, every strip was loaded with so much energy and talent, it’s hard to pick your favorite. On sheer numbers alone, though, this posts definitely ends out weeklong spotlight with a bang.

A closer look at WEDNESDAY COMICS’ KAMANDI strip

Yesterday, we kicked off the week with a double-dose of sketches from artists Eduardo Risso and Lee Bermejo, spotlighting the BATMAN and SUPERMAN WEDNESDAY COMICS strips, respectively. But why stop there? Today, we’ve got design sketches from the über-talented Ryan Sook, who – along with writer Dave Gibbons – handled the KAMANDI strip from WEDNESDAY COMICS, which hits tomorrow. Do you need any more incentive to pick one up? I’d hope not.

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