"Comics" Blogs & Blog Posts

Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

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

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
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...

 
The Daily Comics ReviewThe Daily Comics Review

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

 
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.

 
Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

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

 
Tooned ToonsTooned Toons

Cartoons caricatures from Aussie Cartoonist Grant Brown

 


Posting Frequency on "comics"


Percent:  
Distinct:  


Latest Blog Posts



For two years now, Brian K Vaughan and Cliff Chiang have been knocking my socks off with their Paper Girls graphic novel, a mysterious, all-girl, Stranger-Things-esque romp through 1980s pop culture, time travel, conspiracies, clones, paradoxes, and...

Welcome back to The Bureau. This week will be a holiday segment. Above the fold you'll see this week's comic and playlist, and you can catch up here on the current story. While the main office building gets covered in gasoline and the intruders poun...

Tons of comic books have come to life as movies, but researchers at the Warsaw University of Technology have developed a system for turning live-action video into a comic. Comixify picks out the best frames from any video you feed it and turns it int...

Excuse me as I lay all of the cards on the table here: a Netflix adaptation of the comic series Umbrella Academy, written by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and starring Mary J. Blige as a time-traveling assassin is like a mad-libs of all of my po...

From the weekly series The Bureau. Brought to you this week by the U.S. House of Representatives and InjectoCortex, Proud provider of INF-based Brain Transistors for Elected Officials (IBTEOs) since public disclosure of their existence in 1952.

Crosscut discusses 'Why we can't get enough of Jane Austen and Charlotte Brontë'.Across the West Seattle Bridge at ArtsWest Theatre, a young woman sings of her new-found freedom working at the manor house of a mysterious employer in the Broadway mus...

From the weekly series The Bureau.