Just in case those up-top in our blog-roll weren’t enough, here’s another batch of good comics blogs.
Let’s start with The Old Comics Should Be Good. From before the move.
The Comics Curmudgeon: Very funny commentary on daily comic strips.
MangaBlog: Constantly updated Manga linkblog. A hugely valuable resource that, OK, links to us a lot.
Warren Peace Sings the Blues: Hey, it’s semi-frequent CSBG commentator Matt Brady, who I kind of hate because he reviews everything I want to before I get around to it. Lots of non-superhero and Manga reviews, including a monthly rundown of the female-centric Manga Magazine Shojo Beat. (Which always, and weirdly, makes me laugh.)
Pappy’s Golden Age Comics Blogzine: Golden Age comics scanned and served up for free! Some really trippy stuff here, including a Santa Claus/Alice in Wonderland team-up on the first page!
There’s also this six pager, which is full of the one thing we all need more of in our life: Joe Kubert drawn dinosaurs.
Let’s You and Him Fight: Jones, one of the Jones Boys has the best name in the comics blogsphere. Period. Here, in his updated-once-or-twice-a-month blog he covers a staggering range of comics with wit and style.
Larry Marder: Never did write back to me, but he writes and draws Tales of the Beanworld, which I generally cite as my favorite comic ever. So I’ll link to him anyway.
Better yet, she’s got a column at comixology called “All the Comics In the World.” And since I can’t find an index of them anywhere, I’ll link to ’em all.
Week One: All Star Batman and Robin. (Which starts: Like most comic-book fans, I can’t get enough of classic British satirical novels…)
Week Two: Pogo.
Week Three: Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld.
Week Four: Lynda Barry. (Probably my favorite cartoonist ever.)
And, special not-comics bonus:
100 Great Pop Songs of the 1980s. Written by my friend from the Comic Book Resources music board, Jonathan Bogart.