"Comics" Blogs & Blog Posts

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

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

 
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...

 
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

 
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.

 
The Daily Comics ReviewThe Daily Comics Review

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

 
Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

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

 


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The Sunday Times reviews the upcoming book by Lyndall Gordon, Outsiders: Five Women Writers Who Changed the World:The heroines of Outsiders are Mary Shelley, Emily Brontë, George Eliot, Olive Schreiner and Virginia Woolf. What links them is their ou...

My latest Twitter follow is @jakelikesonions, whose bi-weekly cartoon of the same name has been going since 2015, and represents a very deep set of funny stuff to lose yourself in. Some recent gooduns below: (more…)...

Keighley News talks about the Withens Welly Walk charity initiative:A Keighley charity which provides much needed support for people with cancer is preparing an important fundraising walk for its activities this autumn.Keighley and Airedale Cancer Su...

Madefire's digital comic book platform is a good way to spice up stories that you may have read countless times, but its catalog has always had a conspicuous gap: namely, there were no Marvel comics. That ends today. Madefire has added Marvel to...

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Matthew Bogart's new comic Incredible Doom launches today, online and in print, "about a group of teenagers in the 90s getting into life and death situations over the early internet." (more…)...

On a Window Seat

By BrontëBlog on Oct 1, 2017 in: Comics, Dance

The Guardian wonders whether children have lost contact with nature:Nature, naming and dreaming are all tangled together in perhaps the most famous childhood reading scene in English literature. Jane Eyre is 10, and on the novel’s opening page she...