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  1.  (8653.21)
    Bleeding Cool and The Beat are probably the only ones I actively read.
    CBR and Newsarama are in my RSS reader, but I usually just read headlines, nothing more. Newsarama is more for looking at art than anything to be honest.
    The Comics Reporter gets checked occasionally.
    • CommentAuthoricelandbob
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Bleeding Cool. that is all.....
  2.  (8653.23)
    Similar to some other people who've already commented, I don't really read comic news sites. I go here regularly and that's it, unless you count the 2-3 dozen people I follow on Twitter who are in the comic industry and who will post links regularly.
  3.  (8653.24)
    None regularly, but when I go after comics news, I go to Bleeding Cool. Mostly I get comics news from here or Twitter.
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Bleeding Cool fer sure, also really like the Jason Aaron / Vertigo blog Standard Attrition, and I'm a big fan of the writing at Hypergeek. Here and Warren's site are a given.
    • CommentAuthorales kot
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Robot 6: About three times a week.
    CBR: Every two or three days, but understanding what kind of a beast it is.
    Newsarama: I occasionally take a look (used to read it a couple years ago) and weep.
    Bleedingcool: Almost every morning, but understanding what kind of a beast it is.
    The Beat: Once or twice a week, but completely.
    The Comics Reporter: Not as much as I used to. My crappy computer doesn't let me browse in comfortably enough. Once or twice a month now, three or four times a week before my old Mac died.
    Comics Alliance, iFanboy, Standard Attrition, The Comics Journal, Savage Critic, Comics Worth Reading, Are You A Serious Comic Book Reader?, Chad Nevett's, Warren Peace's and Timothy Callahan's blogs..

    ..and The Factual Opinion, of course..

    .about three to four times a month.
    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Coverless, the Poopsheet foundation blog, Bleeding Cool, Whitechapel (while not a news site per se, I do get a lot of comics news here.) every day. CBR, iFanboy, and some others once in a while.
    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Here, Comics Continuum, and AICN. Newsarama and CBR now and then, usually when I'm looking for a specific solicitation or piece of info.
  4.  (8653.29)
    Coverless? Google isn't cooperating with that one...
    • CommentAuthorMark R
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    News site - Bleeding Cool, every other day or so.

    Boards which I get news from and links to follow -
    Here, daily.
    Tim Sale's board, daily.
    Standard Attrition, every other day or so.
    • CommentTimeJul 30th 2010
    Don't read any regularly but I do my pull list on ifanboy. None of the news sites interest me that much. Anything that matters to me I usually find out via Twitter... or here I guess.
  5.  (8653.32)
    Bleeding Cool is the only one I read, and even then I might not have bothered if it wasn't for the Avatar connection & Do Anything. I don't actually know how I survived without comics news before then... I guess most everything interesting was discussed here or at Standard Attrition.
  6.  (8653.33)
    Well, I was writing for Hypergeek for awhile, so I should mention that one, but honestly, I don't really read comic news. There's a column or two on CBR that I try to keep up with, and I'll do a quick scour of most of the sites after a big con, just to catch any major announcements, but that's about it.
    • CommentTimeJul 31st 2010
    Bleeding Cool flemish/dutch site with rumors & pre-release info.
    Twitter has replaced many creator rss feeds / infrequently updated blogs / random news
    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeJul 31st 2010
    @warrenellis Should have provided a link, but I wasn't at home at the time. Here it is: Coverless. news about alternative comics
  7.  (8653.36)
    Actually, I think the amount of creator blogs I follow outweigh the news sites — and are often much more interesting.
    • CommentTimeJul 31st 2010
    Just Bleeding Cool, but more for their perspective on TV and film stuff than for their comics coverage.
  8.  (8653.38)
    Hmm, BleedingCool, The Beat, CBR... rarely others, but generally only when I find a link to an interesting article there I'll also take a look on what else they have and then forget about them for a month.

    I'm not good at keeping track of news, haha.
    • CommentAuthorOwen
    • CommentTimeJul 31st 2010
    Bleeding Cool on rare occasions but I just don't have enough enthusiasm for most of the junk on those sites, creator insight is the only reason to browse them for me.
  9.  (8653.40)
    Honestly, I don't go out of my way to chase down comics news unless it's something I've been hyped about for a while. As a lot of people have said previous, I tend to get a lot of decent info from the people on here - like-minded people and all that. I occasionally check publisher sites if they've got a writer/artist I like doing a series for them; but Whitechapel and twitter seem to be the best way for me to go. There's a lot of stuff I would never have even looked at if it wasn't for all of you guys - so thanks!