Anime Cafe - A Parent's Guide to Anime - http://www.abcb.com/parents/
A parent resource for "finding anime that is suitable for children" with descriptions of anime and manga, capsule reviews of television shows and movies. All included titles are rated G (for all audiences), PG (parent's judgment call), or M (for mature audiences). The site also features a selective list of links and encyclopedia for identification of characters, actors, and Japanese terms & phrases (many with audio files).
Booklist Online - http://www.kcls.org/erout/goto.cfm?f=booklist&d=107
Book reviews from the American Library Association. Includes 100,000+ reviews and thematic features dating back to 1992.
Books In Print - http://www.kcls.org/erout/goto.cfm?f=patronbip&d=14
Search for what is currently published by your favorite authors and illustrators or in your favorite titles and series. Browse the included subject link to Comics & Graphic Novels for current and forthcoming items. Books In Print includes summaries, reviews, and cover images for most titles.
Brodart Graphic Novels - http://www.graphicnovels.brodart.com/home.htm
Features core material lists of materials suitable for different age groups. The site also features reviews, articles on comics history, & information on new releases.
Comic Books for Young Adults - http://ublib.buffalo.edu/libraries/units/lml/comics/pages
Introduction to and overview of the comic book and graphic novel genres. Also iincludes an extensive, well-organized selection of Internet Resources.
Comics Worth Reading - http://www.comicsworthreading.com/
Comprehensive review site from writer and critic Johanna Draper Carlson. Features forthcoming previews, current reviews, and classic "must-haves". All genres and publishers are covered. Most pages display well-scanned cover-art and may take some time to load.
No Flying, No Tights - http://www.noflyingnotights.com
Site contains three comic book and graphic novel review areas: for kids, teens, and adults. Each includes core lists of recommended and reviewed titles divided into topics (including those targeted to librarians and teachers). The site also offers reviews organized by creator, title, and publisher via the Index link.
Novelist - http://www.kcls.org/erout/goto.cfm?f=novelist&d=57
Search for Graphic Novels and/or Comics by title or subject. Novelist also lets you link to similar works and sort search results acording to popularity ratings.