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Cartoon SNAPAnimation, Comic Book Scans and How to Draw Cartoons! Storyboard artist Sherm Cohen shares his love of comics, cartooning, digital art and drawing funny pictures. Lots of vintage and oddball comic book scans...Adobe Illustrator video tutorials, and some tips and videos on how to draw cartoons!
ChuckleDumper Radio with Jack and BrianStand-up comic Brian McGuinness and some guy named Jack talk about stand-up comedy and whatever happens to be making us laugh.
Comic Book Collection News and UpdatesUp-to-date news, information and opinion about comic book collection and its many attributes. We will bring your product reviews and timely news items related to the comic book world. Personal opinion about comic book pricing, comic book pricing quides, etc will be included from time to time.
Comments for Luis' Illustrated BlogWriting about my job at The Simpsons Movie, my job at The Simpsons TV show, Podcasts, Board games, RPGs, webcomics, comic books, Catholicism, philosophy, life and all manner of geeky things.
General Protection Fault: The Comic StripGeneral Protection Fault is a wacky, zany geek soap opera full of bizarre characters, a sentient slime mold or two, and more jokes than you can shake a 10Base-T networking card at. The comic updates three times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
IFanboy Mini (Xvid Large)iFanboy Mini is your daily hit for all things comic books. Monday through friday, the guys shed new light on the world of comics and graphic novels. Be it finding new comics, reviews or news, iFanboy has something for new and old readers alike.
Marvel Directory RingWELCOME TO THE MARVEL DIRECTORY RING, WHERE YOU WILL FIND SOME GREAT SITES that feature Marvel Comics and Marvel characters in all fields.
Neil Gaiman's JournalNeil Gaiman's Journal: started February 2001 when nobody knew what the word Blog meant. Talking about writing, comics, books, films, bees, demonic tomatoes, cats, travel and a dog ever since.
Pencil Ink comic book blog: art and artists 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980sThis blog rates and reviews mostly golden age (1950s), silver age (1960s) and bronze age (1970s) comics drawn by the best artists in the industry. Included are issues by Neal Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Frank Frazetta, Al Williamson, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Wally Wood, Carl Barks, Alex Toth, Frank Miller, Jim Steranko, John Byrne, Joe Kubert, Matt Baker, Barry Windsor Smith and others.
The Laughing ReindeerThe Laughing Reindeer is the current home to show-and-tell the latest creative visions of Frank Kurtz. Here you will find works in progress, finished pieces, flights of fancy and more. Run for cover! Monsters! Nightmares! Comics! Oven mitts! (Okay, maybe not oven mitts. Then, again, hmmmm...)
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