Stan Sakai previews pages of his upcoming original painted colour hardcover USAGI YOJIMBO book.
The Comic Panel That Ate Brussels
J.M. DeMatteis on Captain America.
Randy Reynaldo on Charles Schulz.
Hm, did everyone but me already know that the Pinis have posted just about every page of ElfQuest (over 6500 pages) online to read for free? Here's a short story by Sarah Byam and Ric Estrada, and here's a HIDDEN YEARS story by Wendy Pini I'm fond of. I'm not too familiar with the series from after that point (circa 1993), when they opened it up to other creators, though I've enjoyed a few things I've read. Any recommendations among the later stuff, either what to read or what to avoid?
James Vance on Tekno-Comix (part 1) (part 2)
Bryan Talbot has a video "trailer" for his upcoming serious animal fantasy GRANDVILLE.
Peter Laird draws many sketches of Mutant Ninja Turtles (who must be middle aged by now)
Brian Hibbs on short-sighted marketing in comics. From Marvel no less. In other news...
Evan Dorkin presents what really would be the happiest place on Earth.
The "eye" atop this post is Swamp Thing, from this drawing, now on display just above my desk:
Highly recommend you check out Steve Bissette's gallery of recent sketches, including those still available to buy.