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Learning More about Graphic Literature
Comics and Censorship
A History of Comics Censorship
Learn more about the history of censorship in comic art with this great resource from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
Blogs about Comic Art and Culture
Produced by the ScreenCrush Network, this blog includes TV, games, and cosplay as well as all things comic book-related.
No Flying, No Tights
Aimed at young adults, this blog offers reviews of new works in graphic literature.
The Beat: The News Blog of Comic Culture
An interesting daily blog of the comics industry, including news, reviews, and publishing information.
Digital and Print Collections of Graphic Literature
The Digital Comic Museum
Free public domain Golden Age comics!
Library of Congress
The Serial and Government Publications collection at the Library of Congress holds over 100,000 issues of 5,000 comic titles, including Wonder Woman, Superman, and many important modern works..
The Hall of Heroes
This museum, located in Elkhart Indiana, is devoted to the history of superheroes in comics, toys, film, and animation.
Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art
The MoCCA Gallery at the Society of Illustrators' Museum of Illustration in NYC is devoted to the promotion of the comic arts.
The Charles M. Schultz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa, CA honors the lifetime achievements of the creator of Peanuts.
Learning to Draw Graphic Literature
Developed by the legendary graphic novelist Alan Moore, Electricomics allows you to read high quality experimental digital comics on an iPad App and also make your own digital comics using the Electricomics Generator.
This is a nifty collection of drawing tips drawn from the book Mastering Comics by Jessica Abel and Matt Madden.
Resources for Finding Comic Books