Neat and stylish would be a good description of the two books that Blank Slate have so far published - Mawil's 'We Can Still Be Friends' and Oliver East's 'Trains Are Mint' - both well worth picking up. They've also got some very exciting stuff on the horizon, including the one I'm most excited about - the publication of Nigel Auchterlounie's* Spleenal (read more here and here. Edit: and now here on the Blank Slate blog).
Jonathon Dalton has reached 'O' in his A-Z, and a new one has popped up in the form of 'Mitz's Inevitable A-Z of Comic and Cartoon Villains'. You can tell this is going to be interesting when 'A' turns out to be Armless Tiger Man. See where it all started here.
I've been asked to give Indie Review a mention, and I'm more than happy to do so after a browse around the newly redesigned site. The news section is very good and it's building up a nice bank of reviews (I'm sure I wrote a review for Leonie O'Moore's 'Some Forgotten Part' for them, but it seems to have disappeared) and creator biogs (where I'm described as "more of a mainstream artist compared to a lot of independent UK artists"!?). I would say the navigation can mean you have to click through a lot of pages to see what's in the archives, and a few more graphics, especially on the masthead, would brighten the place up a bit, but it's still a very worthwhile link.
* My gggg-grandmother was an Auchterlonie... her antecedents hailed from Crail in Fife, and included her cousin, Robert Auchterlonie, the "Grand Old Man of Scottish Congregationalism".