I’m not particularly interested in trying to maintain a page of links to everything I find interesting on the web. On this page, I’m linking only to what I consider to be indispensable to someone with my interests.
However, I do have a category in my blog for posts devoted to links called Link-blogging. If I blog more about sites I find worthwhile in the future, those posts will be added to this category.
Please contact me if any of these links appear to be dead.
A online service for searching, subscribing, creating and sharing news feeds, blogs and rich web content.
COMICON.com is the world’s largest 24-hour online comic convention! It’s got links to the websites many of the most significant comics creators, one of my favorite comics-related message boards, and a lot more.
This is a monthly magazine dedicated to covering the digital frontier of comics online. It’s one of the better websites devoted to online comics.
Daily Kos is an American political weblog aimed at Democrats and liberals/progressives. It often reaches over 2.5 million unique visits in one week. It is arguably the most influential liberal weblog in the United States. I read it on a daily basis.
DAZ strives to bring 3D art directly to the masses by delivering the highest quality digital 3D content and software at the most affordable prices.
Digital Webbing is a great place to find out about comic book related websites. It also includes an extensive links database, comic book news, interviews, previews, and a very popular talent search area.
Poser delivers the power of interactive 3D figure design, offering infinite opportunities to portray human diversity, form and expression. Design with the human form for art, illustration, animation, comics, web, and print.
Rather than publishing magazines, many comics creators these days are electing to put their work up on the web. Modern Tales is one of the main hubs where you can check out QUALITY webcomics.
This is primarily a directory of comics that are available to read over the Internet. Think of it as the Yahoo! of online comics.
This is an excellent community site for digital artists on the web. It’s got lots of great tutorials and very helpful message boards for users of Photoshop and the various 3d modelling programs that are out there.
One of the best and most popular arts and culture magazines on the web. It’s got a great lineup of columnists and cartoonists.
Scott McCloud is a great writer and artist and one of the strongest advocates of webcomics. His popular book REINVENTING COMICS advocates 12 different revolutions in the way comics are created, distributed and perceived.
A collaborative blog with content from a variety of webcomics creators. Part of the Modern Tales family.
A massive forum-hosting portal for webcomics and small press comics creators. Part of the Modern Tales family.
THE COMICS JOURNAL is published by Fantagraphics, publisher of such alt comics creators as Daniel Clowes and Robert Crumb. I’m a big fan of its hard-hitting journalism. I’m a longtime reader of The Comics Journal message board.
Technorati is a real-time search engine that keeps track of what is going on in the blogosphere â€” the world of weblogs.
Tom Tomorrow is one of the best political cartoonists on the web. He does a great job of exploring and commenting on the world as it is today. His website has an excellent blog that I make a point to read regularly.
One of the best sites devoted to covering the evolving webcomics scene. It has reviews and critical articles evaluating webcomics as a fine art.
Meant to do for online comics what services like Blogger have done for personal journals: enable anybody and everybody to reach a large audience with his/her ideas and creations — in this case, in comics form. Part of the Modern Tales family.