Another day, another roundup of year-end pieces

This edition of our almost-daily roundup of end-of-the-year (and decade) lists kicks off with two more items that aren't lists at all, but certainly make for worthwhile reading:

• Robot 6 contributor Brigid Alverson devoted this week's installment of "Unbound" to a look at the year in webcomics.

• Blogger Mike Perridge, who regularly reviews the Zuda contestants, considers the state of DC Comics' online initiative in 2009 here, here and here.

• At Comics Alliance, Alice Parker counts down the best webcomics of 2009, including Kate Beaton's Hark! A Vagrant, Aaron Diaz's Dresden Codak and KC Green's Gunshow.

• Deb Aoki continues her review of the best manga of the year with the 15 best continuing series (and more).

• At The Manga Critic, Katherine Dacey announces the inductees for the 2009 Manga Hall of Shame.

• Horror-entertainment website FEARNet selects its Top 9 comics of the year, including Richard Sala's Cat Burglar Black, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead, and Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's Locke & Keye: Head Games.

• At the Forbidden Planet International blog, author Ian Rankin and blogger/librarian Mark Kardwell discuss their favorite comics and other entertainment of the year.

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