It would be nice to have a place in the admin to review/edit/delete the comments and also have a place that I could add a comment "from the admin" that has a special "admin class", so I can style it different from the normal comments.
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When trying to manage comment spam, having a single page where in you can see all the comments, by date posted, descending, and be able to checkbox the ones you want to delete in one go, would save an inordinate amount of time, rather than doing it one at a time, post by post.
It's in the core, it's just buried. Go to edit posts, and click the # of comments. I agree this isn't as accessible as it should be -- it's actually kind of a pain. :)
There's also a plugin called Comment Moderation, where you can moderate plugins, edit them and display them on certain posts. I agree however, It should be included in the core. :)
Adminjade (Admin, Mango Blog) commented
We can add a page for comments.
There already is a place to add comments to a post. Since you are already logged in, the commenter will be an author, which can be styled from the theme (it is the same behavior as when you add a comment with an email address matching an author)