This morning i found this terrific "how i do it" article on the blog of UK comic book arteest, Matt Brooker, AKA, D'ISRAELI (his website is cool too). In it you'll find out how Matt draws comic pages on his graphics tablet. I'm not necessarily in favor of either traditional or digital comic creation- I just figure whatever works. What's really cool about this tutorial is Matt's clear writing about why and how he does the various steps, etc. through to the finished product. And hey- also check out D'Freebies of D'Israeli- brooker's resource files for comic book artists: swatches, tool presets, thumbnail and page grids for comic page formatting. Thanks Matt!