Welcome to the Comic Blog Elite toplist, a resource for fans, creators, retailers, and publishers looking for the very best comic blogs on the net. Joining the Comic Blog Elite will connect you to a network of like-minded bloggers and expose your site to new readers interested in exactly what you have to offer. We are the voice and spirit of the comic community. Join us!
Devoted to preserving the memory of romance comics and the creative teams that published them throughout the 1960s and 1970s.
The Four Color Media Monitor
The central station whose primary purpose is studying how the mainstream press covers comic books, to see what's being done right or wrong in how they report about comic books. All done mainly from a conservative outlook.
Comics Talk Blog: Comicstalk.com
We are the one stop place for comic information and fun. News and reviews of comics and movies and current events and just good stuff. Make mine Comics. Formerly Central City Comics Blog
A spiffy spot for the comic lot. Omnicomic is all about bringing comics news to the comics fans. Includes news, interviews, reviews, weekly columns from guest writers, all things comic related.
Jon Knutson's Random Acts of Geekery
Toys, children's books, and other stuff based on comics, plus cover galleries and discussion are just the tip of the geekery iceberg! Also features a lot of other geekery!
Comicology - The 9th Art Exponent
An exclusive Comics Blog, which rather than toeing the much famous American & Manga Genre, zooms on comics gems available in Franco-Belgian, British, Italian, Indian genres.
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the Lottery Party
Absurdism and citizen journalism, heavy on the coffee and cigarettes.
The CBE = Social Promotion
Comic bloggers of the World Wide Web unite! We all share a common interest – comics. Making them, reading them, loving them, or hating them, comics are what we’re all about. And it’s what our readers are all about too. Just like them, we’re fans and creators who are fans of creators (and sometimes creators of fans). So whether you’re a blogger looking to extend your readership, a small press creator trying to find the best sites to promote your book, or just a fanboy or fangirl looking for some buzz, social promotion is the way to bring us all together.