Welcome to the DC Comics Art Academy, a series of art tutorials and interviews recorded at Comic-Cons featuring many of the gifted and unique artists working for DC today. In this installment, John Romita Jr. and Frank Miller discuss their careers and what it was like reimagining the Man of Steel's origin for Superman: Year One.
In this exclusive excerpt from DC Daily, John Romita Jr. discusses redefining Superman's origin with the legendary Frank Miller in the DC Black Label series Superman: Year One.
From the creators behind The Dark Knight Returns and Kick-Ass comes a powerful new look at the early days of the Man of Steel. Superman: Year One is a prestige format three-part comic series by Frank Miller and John Romita, Jr. that offers an inspiring testament to the importance of choice and a definitive origin story to the world's first superhero.
If you're interested in drawing comics, it always helps to hear from people who are already doing it...and it's hard to think of anyone doing it better than Jim Lee, Greg Capullo, John Romita, Jr., Amanda Conner, Andy Kubert and Tony S. Daniel. In this exclusive Comic-Con clip, we hear from a literal roundtable of the best comic book artists in the business, who offer their thoughts on the industry while whipping up some early morning sketches. It's an absolute must watch for any comic fan or hopeful professional, and best of all, it's in 360 degrees.
The all-star creative team of Superman, Geoff Johns, John Romita Jr., and Klaus Janson discuss Ulysses, Clark's emotional center, and the mysterious new villain The Machinist.