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The Comic Book Awards Almanac was started by Joel Hahn in 1998 in order to recommend award-winning comics to friends. While it is somewhat out-of-date (entries seem to stop at 2007), it is still a useful resource for looking up which comics have won which awards over the years.
The Comics Journal is a long-running periodical focusing on comics as an art form, available online at their website with a print edition published by Fantagraphics Books. It is an excellent source for profiles on comics professionals, reviews of independent comics, convention and exhibit listings, and more.
Comic Book DB is a database that attempts to track every comic book ever published, along with the writers, artists, editors, and others associated with them. It is a useful resource for finding how many different series creators have worked on, seeing how long a creator stayed on a particular series, how often characters have appeared in different series, and other such cross-referencing.
The Grand Comic Database is a community-based online database dedicated to ultimately indexing every comic book ever published. It is an excellent resource for cover images and information about virtually any comic issue in existence.
Comic Book Resources (often abbreviated to “CBR”) is a long-standing staple of the online comics news community. It is an excellent current events resource, updated daily with interviews, columns, feature articles, and other coverage of the comics industry.