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28The Comics Journal

This award-winning site covers comics from an arts-first perspective, sometimes ruffling feathers in the comics community, but never compromising their position.

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66Paul Gravett

Get your comics news, reviews and interviews from one of the oldest, and still most respected, names in the industry.

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The popular webcomic mixes romance and geek culture for the perfect blend of Digg-worthy comedy.

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78Fantagraphics Books

Fantagraphics Books has been the most important publisher and promoter of alternative comics in the United States since 1979.

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80Toothpaste For Dinner

There’s nothing wrong with laughing at the misery and idiocy of other people, especially if they’re hand-drawn cartoon characters.

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82Married To The Sea

Retro graphics combine with modern cultural references and a dry sense of humor to make a uniquely funny webcomic.

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83Occasional Superheroine

A comics blog maintained by Valerie D’Orazio, a writer for Marvel Comics and president of Friends of Lulu, a national organization for women in comics.

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84Cyanide and Happiness

It may look like a child drew it, but no touchy subject is off-limits in this colorful comic that’s an equal-opportunity offender.

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