"Comics" Blogs & Blog Posts

Life with Coffee SpoonsLife with Coffee Spoons

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

 
Humour, Ideas and OpinionsHumour, Ideas and Opinions

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

 
Tooned ToonsTooned Toons

Cartoons caricatures from Aussie Cartoonist Grant Brown

 
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...

 
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.

 


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Quirky comic institution The Far Side has very quietly returned as a full color irregular online series. Nerds, cows, bears, cavemen, Boy Scouts, old ladies, and aliens are back to the old drawing board, which creator Gary Larson notes is now digitiz...

Some quite cute Brontë sisters and sticker sheets. Who can resist that?We Are the Brontë SistersBy Brooke VitalePart of Xavier Riddle and the Secret MuseumPenguin Young Readers Licenses (30 Jun. 2020)ISBN 9780593096376An 8×8 with 2 sticker sheets...

As the ongoing examination into gross sexual harassment across multiple corners of the entertainment industry continues, more incidents of abuse in the comics industry are coming to light. Now, a familiar name at Dark Horse Comics has had their relat...

The Guardian has asked several writers to recommend 'Books to help you escape lockdown'.Mark HaddonI’m going to send you in search of two recent graphic novels, Glass Town by Isabel Greenberg and Dragman by Steven Appleby, respectively a playful, c...

In this nearly an hour and half video, Ed and Jim of Cartoonist Kayfabe take a deep dive into James O'Barr's The Crow, the hugely influential late-80s indie comic book. As usually for a Cartoonist Kayfabe, they point out many interesting details as...

Mtsyry: Octobriana 1976 is a new book from Jim Rugg featuring Octobriana, the Russian superhero star of cult 70s comics which themselves have a strange and confusing history. Rugg's incarnation will be printed in fluorescent blacklight inks by AdHous...