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Art & Comic Sites

"This world is but a canvas to our imagination." ~ Henry David Thoreau


Deviantart - A web service that displays art and gives budding artists a chance to meet others with like interests

MoMA-The Museum of Modern Art; check out the podcast, tutorials, and links to spark some creativity!

TeenInk -  A national teen magazine, book series, and website devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos and forums.  Students must be age 13-19 to participate, register and/or submit work.

Comics & Manga

MyAnimeList.com  - Trying to find that anime or manga? Search from tens of thousands of titles on MyAnimeList, the largest onlineanime and manga database in the world!.

Crunchyroll - Watch anime and read manga online, free and legally! 

Comic Book Resources - News, Reviews, and Links to comic related information.
DC Comics - Homepage for the company that produces Superman and Batman.
Marvel Comics - Homepage for the company that produces such well-known characters as Spiderman and the X-men.

No Flying, No Tights - A website that reviews all genres of comic books and graphic novels with separate areas designed specifically for teens, kids, and adults.


Taptastic  - There are so many good webcomics out there that we can't possibly list them all. Here is a site filled with them! 

xkcd - "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language." 

MegaTokyo - "Piro and Largo, two American gamers, travel to Tokyo on a whim and find they can't afford tickets home."

Foxtrot - a comic strip centered around the chaotic Fox family with its three kids, two parents and a perpetually hungry pet iguana.

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