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- Atop the Fourth Wall started out as one of these for comics before it evolved into a Video Review Show. Linkara reviews crappy comics and analyzes why they suck.
- The Bat-Blog focuses on Batman comic, toys, collectibles, and more.
- The Comic Blog Elite is a veritable Justice League of such sites.
- The NewtCave looks at a wide range of comic-related subjects.
- Weeklycomicbookreview.com is... well, Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
- The Unshaved Mouse is in the midst of a project to review every single film in the Disney Animated Canon with the occasional foray into Disney's best-known live action films. His lengthy reviews include interesting information on the history of the Disney company, Running Gags that include a Sarcastic Map of Wartime Europe and a Comrade-turned-Commie Crow, and plenty of humor and constructive criticism even in reviews for films he absolutely despises.
- Cinnamon Bunzuh! is a blog that reviews the Animorphs series. It uses an hybrid synopsis/stream-of-thought discussion format, with the authors starting with a description and then going into a conversational play-by-play of sorts of the notable moments in a book. Found here.
- Mark Reads Harry Potter, is a popular blog that reviews each Harry Potter book, chapter by chapter. Mark has finished the entire series and liked it a lot. Before that, there was Mark Reads Twilight. He didn't like it very much. He has since added more reviews, including The Hunger Games, Firefly, Doctor Who, and Avatar: The Last Airbender. His sites are collectively called Mark Does Stuff.
- Reasoning with Vampires is a blog dedicated to providing a line by line analysis of the Twilight series. This differs from most criticism of Twilight in that the blog focuses on grammar, rhetoric, and technical execution instead of plot. (Though there is still plenty of criticism of the plot.)
- Stainless Steel Droppings does this for science fiction and fantasy books, movies of all genres and - increasingly - genre-related art and illustration.
- BloggerBeware is a blog that reviews (read: ingeniously mocks) every one of R.L. Stine's Goosebumps, Goosebumps 2000, and eventually, Horrorland books. Has its own main page here.
- KILL IT WITH FIRE! is an unfinished blog panning the first Twilight novel, run by The Twilight Snarker.
- The Blytonly Obvious is a blog run by Fen that gives short, entertaining reviews on some of the books written by Enid Blyton.
- Dottie Smith's Verbal Menagerie is a blog which reviews urban fantasy with female leads chapter by chapter. She's currently reviewing the Anita Blake series.
- SKJAM! Reviews is a book and popular culture review site run by SKJAM. It features a lot of small press books as those are the publishers that will send him review copies, but also has anime he's watched and books he purchased with his own money.
- The Bookie Monster is a website run by horror author Shana Festa (Time Of Death, At Hell's Gates) which specializes in independent horror novels but has branched out into science fiction and fantasy. It is absolutely massive with hundreds of reviews across the horror scene and over 20,000+ followers.
- Now has its own page here.
- Beca Reads is a blog dedicated to reviewing the Fifty Shadesof Grey series in the style of Mark Reads.
- Animated Critic: Reviews over individual episodes of animated television show. He also does anime and animated movies as well.
- Deadcoders Reviews: reviews Code Lyoko episode by episode.
- The Critical Cablebox (formerly the Artsy Core) reviewed television dramas and comedies as well as other select shows.
- Lifetime,Wow! reviews and mocks the Narm Charm of Lifetime movies.
- Eat Your Kimchi: The Stawski's talk about things other than music videos, but the biggest audience is for those reviews.
- The Fire Blogger reviews mainly things that he considers overrated, including The Middle.
- SF Debris started as one of these and eventually moved on to a Video Review Show format. However, he has since created a review blog alongside his videos where he reviews things that don't quite fit into his normal purview.
- The Strawberry Dragon Project: Does not focus on one medium or quality in particular, except for a slight focus towards classic video games. Evolved into a Video Review Show.
- The Sturgeon Awards. It exists to review every bad thing in existence.
- The United Federation of Charles analyzes video games and science fiction/fantasy novels (largely) from a literary perspective.
- Now has its own TV tropes page.