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The Real Batman Chronology Project
A comprehensive listing of Batman timelines from various eras and compendium blog about superhero comics, comic book culture, and serialized comics narratology.
All Things Fangirl
A group of East Coast Fangirls (and a couple boys) in their early twenties, who are and/or work with various professionals in the genre world, write about the things they love...and hate. Specializing in opinions, recommendations & commentary with some ex
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
Comic blog Buzzing All Round 20th Century Comic stuff
At comicments.com, I blog everything I know about comics, coz I believe and have passion for the Art, graphic prints and penciling and other freakout stuffs. You should check it out if you want some comic News! The Best of its Kind, COME ONE< COME ALL!
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Kyle's Geeky Blog About Comics
Kyle’s Geeky Blog About Comics started out as “Kyle’s Geeky Blog about Cool Stuff” in Spring 2011 by the eponymous Reverend Kyle (myself), as a way to keep my journalist/blogging/web development skills sharp, and also to wax poetic about everyone’s favori
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.