"Comics" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Daily Comics ReviewThe Daily Comics Review

The best and worst of the daily print and webcomics world, reviewed for you...

 
TET's Animation and Video BlogTET's Animation and Video Blog

A behind the scenes look at what goes into making each of SA Artist,TET, an...

 
Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

My blog about my life; which should be clear from the sparodic quality of e...

 
Shelf Abuse Comic Book and Graphic Novel ReviewsShelf Abuse Comic Book and Graphic Novel Reviews

Comic book, graphic novel and comic movie reviews, news, features etc.

 
Yo! MC: The NextJAM!Yo! MC: The NextJAM!

The personal blog of Mark Cerbo is about a mix of pop culture interest name...

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

This is a blog created by Warren Brown, a freelance writer and Entrepreneur...

 


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Tom the Dancing Bug, IN WHICH is presented the Good News about Donald J. Trump, in the Newest, Best, Third Testament...

Kieron Gillen, Stephanie Hans/Image Comics (Source)We love how readers of comic sites are finding out via Die #9 that the young Brontës weren't as dull as they may have previously thought. From Polygon:DIE #9Did you know that the Brontë sisters and...

DC Universe's fate is less than certain, but it's clear that at least one marquee series is safe. DC and WarnerMedia have renewed Titans for a third season -- the first DC Universe original to get the nod a second time. While there aren&#...

The Richard Stead Breakfast Show on BBC Leeds went to the Brontë Parsonage Museum to find out about Charlotte Brontë's little book (about 1hr24m into the show). Don't forget that you too can be part of Brontë history by donating to the f...

The crowdfunding initiative to bring one of CharlotteBrontë's little books back to the Parsonage is discussed by the Museums+Heritage Advisor:In order to prise an “extremely rare, immensely significant” piece of Brontë family memorabilia out of...

Loot is a Brooklyn comics "store" (463 Court St, Floor 2, 11231) that is oriented around encouraging local kids to become comics creators. Adults are only admitted if they're with kids, and the store sells $30/month memberships that entitle kids to u...

Though none of this is necessarily a bad thing. The post Joe Cunningham: Yes, We Identify With “Joker” and He Could Inspire More Villain Movies appeared first on RedState.