ASL Comic Internet Resources - http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/asl/guides/comics.html
Annotated directory of links including Internet portals and guides, news and previews, magazines and journals, history, bibliographies, commentary and reviews, collection development tools, recommendations for libraries, and resources for teachers.
Comics Price Guide - http://www.comicspriceguide.com
Industry standard for determining market value of collectible comics. Individual issues are searchable by keywords, title, and publisher. This site also features a useful grading guide, online collection tracking, long box sorting, auction, want lists and message board. Registration is optional.
Comics Scholarship Annotated Bibliographies (CSAB) - http://www.comicsresearch.org
Vast collection of links to book-length works about comic books and comic strips, from "fannish" histories to academic monographs. Site is maintained by Gene Kannenberg Jr., Assistant Professor in the Department of English at University of Houston-Downtown.
Grand Comic-Book Database - http://www.comics.org
Searchable collection collection of over 50,000 comic books that includes "creator credits, story details, and other information." Browse by publisher or search by name, publisher, or year issued. Limits can also be placed by country of origin. Artists, penciller, inker, colors, writer, editor, year, characters and character appearances in specific issues are also searchable.
Ka-BOOM! A Dictionary of Comic Book Words - http://collection.nlc-bnc.ca/100/200/300/ktaylor/kaboom/
Browseable list of the vocabulary found in traditional comics. Entries provide citations and brief descriptions of contextual meaning. The site also includes a browsable thesaurus of sounds based on action. Highly recommended resouce for ESL students reading English comic books.
Silver Lantern - http://www.thesilverlantern.com
For the serious comic researcher and fan. Includes an extensive chronology of comic book issues, character debuts, and plots of the DC Silver Age (1934-1970).