It is quite upsetting to learn that superheroes don’t exist, but these 10 websites will shield you from the harsher realities of the world outside. After all, in this digital age they’re nothing short of a superhero themselves.
The website was established in 2008 to promote "cosmic" and sci-fi comic books, movies, television, video games and more. Since, the platform expanded to include all forms of Pop Culture and various entertainments.
The platform allows you to rate and discuss comics online. You can use the site to pre-order and watch out for new releases along with weekly columns, blogs, news and podcasts.
Started in 1995, popularly known as CBR, the site is the most trusted, pop culture page dedicated to comic books, graphic novels and the series/films they inspire.
The magazine has won the coveted Eisner Award for Best Journalism in 2009, 2011 and, 2014. With an extremely active community the site shares news, reviews, events and industry updates, along with side projects like - CBR TV, Comics Should Be Good, Robot 6, Spinoff Online, CBR Ink, CBR Live.
If you’re big on superheroes, villains, video games, graphic novels, manga, toys, comic book conventions, previews, and reviews the website is certain to be your favourite destination. The blog almost always comes straight to the point without beating around the bush. The opinions expressed help you pick up comics.
The site is a version of the world’s largest encyclopedia on comic books. The vibrant designs of the site, interesting sections and a long list of List of Comic Book Story Arcs is a must visit.
The blog follows the fashion of individualistic writing, it covers news on comics as well as news on movies based on comics. The site shares inside scoops and fan theories which makes going through their feed fun while it updates you on the comic industry space.
With a mission to build a community for comic book lovers, the blog offers interesting reading material, a forum full of insightful discussions on current happenings and story lines. It’s an online space to showcase comic book writers, artists, and anyone else who needs their break into the industry.
The Beat brings the latest comic book news and opinion, backed by the world's leading experts in the nerd culture. It covers news, conventions, comic culture, and likes but more importantly it covers serious topics like the financial health of the comic book industry, etc.
Established in 2002, Broken Frontier is a comic book and graphic novel news site with a team of international writers who aim to cover stories from all corners of the comic universe, with an affinity towards independent creators.
The blog aims to help comic book readers discover the world of comics, especially indie comics. The struggle of finding a good comic is real, and there are tons of questions one needs answers to, the blog helps fans by recommending some books without sugar coating them.
However, if you’re not an avid comic book reader, these websites aren’t going to amuse you much. But, you could get started here