My favorite webcomics and comic strips for 2020, from "AJ & Magnus" to "Check, Please!"
comic tips and recommendations
Here’s an update (from a post a year ago) on what webcomics and newspaper comic strips I enjoy reading in 2019. I’ve added some new strips, and dropped some
In 2017, it’s estimated digital comic sales made up about 9% of total comic sales. While paper comics are still more popular, digital comics have similar advantages to those of ebooks.
While I’ve made previous lists about LGBTQ characters in comics and animation, they’ve tended to be pretty general. Thus, on the heels of my list about non-White LGBTQ cartoon
I thought it was time for an updated look at my list of recommended webcomics and comic strips I enjoy reading. I’ll try to stick with ones that are either currently
The website Vice has a lot of problems. However, one minor one that’s gotten criticism from the comics community lately is their list of 2017’s “10” best
The holidays are almost here. Some are likely looking to buying graphic novels for loved ones. But which ones are worth buying as gifts? Ideally, you should buy graphic novels in a genre
Several years ago, I wrote about alternatives to Comixology for digital comics readers. However, since it’s a bit dated, I thought it was time for an updated version. The pros and cons
Reading comics isn’t always the cheapest means of entertainment. Recently, I wrote about how much prices have risen in recent years for single-issue comics. At $4 for what amounts to a
Note: An updated version of this post is available here. I’ve written before about digital comics readers, but haven’t really written about how one should actually start reading digital