Art Academy - Alex Sinclair Adds Color and Depth to Superman

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, Alex Sinclair demonstrates the crucial role he plays in the comic creation process by coloring a Superman: Year One cover and talking about his background and work as one of comics' premier colorists.

First Look: Metropolis...Wrecked by the Legion of Doom?
The Legion of Doom levels the Justice League—and much of Metropolis—in this time-hopping first look at Action Comics #1018.
First Look: Clark Kent Leaves Smallville in Superman: Year One
Finished with school and ready to make a name for himself, a young Clark Kent leaves his home and town in this sneak peek at Superman: Year One #1.
Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. Open Up about Superman: Year One

DC LAUNCHES NEW PUBLISHING IMPRINT DC BLACK LABEL
BRINGS EDGY AND PROVOCATIVE STANDALONE STORIES TO THE LEGENDS OF
BATMAN, SUPERMAN AND WONDER WOMAN

DC Comics Art Academy - 2017 San Diego Comic-Con DC Artist Master Class

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.

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