Everything related to print comics (comic books, graphic novels, and strips) and web comics. Artists are encouraged to post their own work. News and media for adaptations based on comic books are welcome. Read the subreddit wiki for more information about the subreddit.
The mission of /r/Comic_Crits is to provide holistic feedback to comic creators based on the understanding that a comic is not just 'writing plus art', but rather a unique combination of both, bound together with elements of graphic design, layout, timing, 'cinematography,' and more.