Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Comic Blogs Should Be Good

And there are plenty of them out there. To be honest, there are so many, that I cannot keep up. Just check out the sidebar. I only update it occasionally, and I TRY to link to all the folks out there with cool blogs about comic books, but I freely admit that I can't keep up with everyone. Heck, when I met RAB the other month, I didn't even know he HAD a blog! And I think RAB is the ginchiest. So, folks, here is where you can help me out, and tell me about what cool comic book blogs are out there that I DON'T currently have on the sidebar. Thanks!

9 Comments:

Blogger Jonathan said...

Two of my favorites are Photon Torpedoes and Any Eventuality.

4/12/2006 07:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Brandon said...

http://indiesnob.com/

Dude! How could you not that about that?

4/12/2006 11:04:00 PM  
Blogger RAB said...

Aw shucks, ya big galoot. You make me blush.

My recommendations? A Trout In The Milk and Spandex Justice both have a perspective informed by thorough knowledge of old comics; not too surprising that I'd enjoy both of them so much, considering that they're both written by guys who are about the same age as me. Meanwhile, Kalinara of Pretty, Fizzy Paradise is neither of those things...but no less fun to read! And finally, Redhead Fangirl seems to be one of those people who either knows everyone or knows someone else who does; mark my words, one day she will be immensely powerful and we will cower in her presence.

4/12/2006 11:49:00 PM  
Blogger Brian Cronin said...

"http://indiesnob.com/

Dude! How could you not that about that?"

While that sentence didn't exactly make sense, the point is well taken, I certainly should have an indiesnob link up, but at the same time, I don't even have a link to the Geek Out!!!!

See what I mean?!? Sometimes, I miss things!!

4/13/2006 02:19:00 AM  
Blogger J.D. said...

Keeping a comics blog is difficult. Keeping a good comics blog is even harder.

I've kept a personal weblog for five years, and managed to post several long entries every week without a problem. I'm in the process of trying to start a comics blog, and am running into all sorts of things that never crop up at my personal site. What's my focus going to be? How much should I post? (I only post once a day, tops, at my other blog.) Should I post about what interests me or about what I think other people might want to read? How much time should I devote to original content? How much space should I lend to just reposting the best of what's already out there? These are things I don't have to think about when writing stories about my daily life.

It's hard.

I'm grateful for blogs like this one, though, because they help show me how things should be done!

4/13/2006 03:21:00 PM  
Anonymous Brandon said...

While that sentence didn't exactly make sense, the point is well taken, I certainly should have an indiesnob link up, but at the same time, I don't even have a link to the Geek Out!!!!

See what I mean?!? Sometimes, I miss things!!

I ment "Dude! How could you not know that about that blog?".

I blame lack of sugar and sleep for my poor grammar.

4/13/2006 11:34:00 PM  
Blogger I. N. J. Culbard said...

Well, I've just started rolling with my comics blog over at:

http://strangeplanetstories.blogspot.com/

and just as I got started I had to go into surgery for an operation, dag nabbit!!! But I'm out now and drugs are wearing off (which is sort of a shame), so I'll soon have more stuff up there. So please visit, and please drop in from time to time for updates.

Work wise, Blogs are a great motivator.

4/14/2006 05:34:00 AM  
Blogger redlib said...

As a librarian and fangirl, I created the COMIC BLOG LEGION for just this reason! Some comic blogs hog all the attention, and others deserve more.
Rab is the man behind the comics curtain. He has more comic knowledge in one finger than most of us have in our whole bodies!

4/15/2006 09:04:00 PM  
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