The Classic Comic Reading
Featuting scans et cetera of various Silver Age
Women in Refrigerators
This is a site formed for discussing the mistreatment of women
Pages of Love
This blog deals mostly with the history of
romance comics, a rarity in today's industry.
The Golden Age
The place to find many great comic book quotes.
The Comic Book
Periodic Table of the Elements
What this site talks about
is how various elements, chemicals, even magical ones to be
sure, were used throughout the history of comics, and where, how
Comic Book Annotations
There's plenty of stuff that's
annotated here, including quotes from comics too.
DC's Silver Age Characters
Markstein's index of several dozen comics and cartoon
Comics Indexing Domain
Compiles tons of info on DC's
Silver-to-Bronze Age comics series, including some of their
backup features of the times too.
The Comics Archives
Compiles plenty of information on Golden and Silver Age DC.
Cool French Comics
Info on all sorts of sci-fi, western and fantasy stories from
across the Atlantic.
An attempt to catalog every way in which various
Marvel characters have made their appearances over the years, in
Tom Morrow's DC
Universe Who's Who
Where to find profiles on various DC
place to find obscure characters in the MCU as well as those who
are more well known.
of the Groovy Kind
Dave's Long Box
Writes about the history of the anime industry.
Snark Free Happy Joy
History essays on comics.
Another history essay blog.
This is a site I created that features various
computer puzzle games, including but not limited to famous ones
Study of Marvel's
Mighty Thor vs. Norse Myth
About the inspirations for the
Thunder God and the rest of Asgard drawn from Norse mythology.
history site for animation run by historian Jerry Beck.
Jewish History Sites
The History of the
Eli Birenbaum's history site, covering
Jewish history from the beginning till now.
Bible History Online
Images and resources for Biblical history.
Israeli museum locations.
Center for Jewish History
National Museum for American
Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Gems in Israel
Tourist company for many of Israel's famous sites.
Jewish American History
on the web
photographs from many places around Israel.
Weblog for ancient and medieval Jewish history and poems of
longing for Zion.
Israel's picture gallery.
Jewish History Sourcebook
holidays, and what it means to be Jewish.
Part of Dave
homepage on Jewish topics.
"Palestine" is a name the Romans gave to the
Land of Israel for political purposes, following their use of
"Judea" as a name for the country, but it was also what the Jerusalem Post
used to call
itself when it first began, before becoming the JPost by the
1950s. This history blog features essays based on old articles
from the newspaper's archives.