30 Best Graphic Novel Blogs & Websites
Graphic Novel Blogs
Here are 30 Best Graphic Novel Blogs you should follow in 2023
The Comics Beat is the premier comics news blog. Started by esteemed editor and reporter Heidi MacDonald, The Beat keeps you in the loop on everything comics related from books to television and film.
12.4K⋅ 16K⋅ 3.8K ⋅1 post / week ⋅ May 2006 Get Email Contact
A site for links and information about graphic novels for anyone interested in reading them. I hope that you find my posts informative, useful, or entertaining.
1.1K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact
Smart Bitches Trashy Books began in 2005 as a community of romance readers eager to talk about which romance novels rocked their worlds, and which ones made them throw the book with as much velocity as possible. Since then our site has grown to include a community of incredibly smart and savvy romance readers.
43K ⋅10 posts / week Get Email Contact
A collaborative blog covering good comics for kids. We are a group of librarians, parents, and writers and most of us wear at least two of those hats who started writing about kids' comics in 2008 because, well, nobody else was. Our goal is to cover kids' comics (for readers from birth to age 16) with both breadth and depth, through a mix of news, reviews, interviews, and previews
3K ⋅4 posts / week Get Email Contact
We're the Christian book reviews resource for Christian parents and educators trying to navigate the children's book world.
4.1K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
London, England, UK
Turnaround has been distributing books into the UK and overseas markets since 1984. The Turnaround Blog is a place to share all this with you, whether you're a publisher, bookseller, reviewer or a general book lover. We post everything from reviews to lists, essays to photos pretty much anything that relates to the book industry, the amazing titles we work with and/or the people who make them.
914⋅ 1.9K ⋅3 posts / month Get Email Contact
Graphic Medicine is a site that explores the interaction between the medium of comics and the discourse of healthcare. We are a community of academics, health carers, authors, artists, and fans of comics and medicine.
6.3K⋅ 7.5K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
We are a team of dedicated journalists bringing you the best and latest in comic book news and insight from indies to mainstream.
420⋅ 1K ⋅2 posts / month ⋅ Nov 2015 Get Email Contact
A bi-weekly review blog of new comics and graphic novels by writer, professor, and comics scholar Jessica Baldanzi. I'll be reviewing mostly brand new works, as well as some foundational classics. My expertise lies with what many people call 'graphic novels'n - works that take books like Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Maus' (1986) and Marjane Satrapi's 'Persepolis' (English translation 2003) as models to tell longer and sometimes weightier stories than superhero serials tend to tell.
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10.2K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Oct 2013 Get Email Contact
New York, US
A blog about books, libraries, and some other stuff besides. I have been an avid reader for almost as long as I can remember. I'm have a BA in English Language and Literature and minors in Art History, New York City Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies from Pace University.
2.5K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Aug 2007 Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hi there! I am a creative writing student from Toronto, Canada. In this blog, I will be writing about my favourite books and documenting my progress while I write my first novel.
54⋅ 3.3K ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Feb 2017 Get Email Contact
Reading books is my favorite hobby of all time! I have loved to read ever since I was kid and I enjoy reading all types of various literature. When I'm not reading you can find me listening to music, watching classic movies, making crafts, or indulging in a good cup of coffee or tea.
222⋅ 460 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Springfield, Massachusetts, US
Reviewing a children's book from 2018 every day. One of the most important parts of my job is connecting students and teachers with great books. I try to find books that would appeal to kids and/or fit in well with the elementary school curriculum.
170 ⋅1 post / month ⋅ Feb 2015 Get Email Contact
Mousai Books was originally created as Mu Psi, a potential new sorority at Dani and Signy's college, but fell through. However, the bonds of sisterhood never faded and now the group has expanded to become a support group for creative types of all medium
212⋅ 290 ⋅3 posts / year ⋅ Jan 2016 Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Joseph Mallozzi began his career in the entertainment industry as an animator and later as a writer. He regularly posts updates on new projects, interesting foods, and his dogs at JosephMallozzi.com
39.4K ⋅ Nov 2006 Get Email Contact
Portland, Oregon, US
Featuring YA literature, as well as select middle grade and picture books. It's our mission to promote books, literacy, and a love of reading. Whenever possible, we love using YA literature to tie-in with education.
6.5K⋅ 8K ⋅ Jan 2010 Get Email Contact
Chicago, Illinois, US
Eric Kallenborn began reading comics when his dad would take him to the local candy store, when he was 10, to pick up a few comics. He has taught many comics and graphic novels, even working to get a Graphic Novel English elective adopted by his school district.
9.8K ⋅3 posts / year ⋅ May 2014 Get Email Contact
A website jam-packed with thoughtful, insightful and down-right brilliant reviews of graphic novels, for readers who want a bit more.
398⋅ 395 ⋅7 posts / year Get Email Contact
Kelly and Christy, two parts of BookCrushin, are passionate book fangirls who read and share books with their closest monthly blog readers. There's not a YA genre left out between them and they love comics, graphic novels, and some romance and adult fiction, too.
3.2K⋅ 4.8K Get Email Contact
Appleton, Wisconsin, US
My name is Tasha Saecker, and I am the Assistant Director of the Appleton Public Library in Appleton, WI. I started my library career over 20 years ago as a children's librarian, and continue to be connected to books for children and young adults.
3K ⋅1 post / year ⋅ Aug 2003 Get Email Contact
Jackson, Mississippi, US
In 1975, John Evans opened Lemuria in a converted apartment stuffed full of books in The Quarter in Jackson, Mississippi. Two years later, Lemuria moved to Highland Village, tripling our size. But it was the move to Banner Hall in 1988 that allowed us to expand our inventory and really get down to the business of books.
11.4K⋅ 6.4K Get Email Contact
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Welcome to Booktoss a blog where the serious business of reading in schools meets the absurd notion that research based literacy practices don't have to suck the life out of literature. Books that show authentic characters being more than props for over-represented characters.
8.1K ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact
A site devoted to comic books and graphic novels, specifically indie titles and small press releases. Occasionally, a movie or video game review also makes its way here.
1.5K Get Email Contact
Mass Movement is a social enterprise run by a small team of some might say geeky individuals dedicated to discovering great music, books, games, graphic novels, comics, films, sports, food and drink that the mainstream media don't always get behind. Our readers are seeking quality, passion and character in what they enjoy in their precious free time regardless of its origin, profile or source and we aim to help them make informed choices.
3.6K⋅ 1.8K ⋅15 posts / year ⋅ Nov 2014 Get Email Contact
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Award-winning Franco-Scottish graphic novelists Sandra Marrs and John Chalmers aka Metaphrog, creators of the Louis graphic novels and fairy tale comics.
3.1K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
New Jersey, US
Hi, I'm Beth and I'm a (loud and proud) bookworm. I love reading anything and everything and am pretty much open to trying anything new although I do have a bit of a fear of 'chick-lit. Book reviews from an incurable book fiend.
140⋅ 2.2K Get Email Contact
I write reviews for books. My favorite genres are sci-fi and fantasy, so if you follow this blog you will see a lot of that. I'm also a huge comic book fan, so that's probably going to bleed through to this blog sooner rather than later.
41⋅ 468 ⋅5 posts / year Get Email Contact
I read so many graphic novels it was time to give them their own blog here which I've maintained since Dec, 2012.
453 Get Email Contact
Glowing reviews from the staff at Surrey Libraries. On this blog, you will find short, but sweet book reviews by the staff of the Surrey Libraries. We want to convince you to read the books that we love.
Jun 2010 Get Email Contact
Editor. Correspondent. Cover & Book Designer. Lover of great stories and art. I work as a book editor for a publishing house and assistant editor for a magazine. I'm also a mentor with a few non-profits.
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Graphic Novel Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|J. Caleb Mozzocco||blogs.slj.com||27|
|Liz (AKA Cat)||quirkycatsfatstacks.com||15|
|Sara | Novel Novice||novelnovice.com||10|
Graphic Novel Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Hide Your Wallet||32|
|Help A Bitch Out||32|
|Elyse Watches The Bachelor & The Bachelorette||16|
|Middle Grade Fiction||14|
|Topic||Past Month Count|