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A Brief History of Comic Book Censorship     View
This short article provides a timeline of comic book censorship from the 1950's through the 1990's. Note: The Weekly Wire is no longer published, so this site will never be updated.
http://www.weeklywire.com/ww/09-08-98/alibi_feat2.html

The YA Librarians' Homepage     View
A site "designed to gather resources on and off the Web to help librarians serving teens." Includes a list of public libraries with web pages for teens; and links to related websites (graphic novels, journals, organizations, publishers, and ...
http://yahelp.suffolk.lib.ny.us/

NinthArt     View
A journal of the comics medium, with a focus on critical and analytical perspectives. Includes essays, editorials, interviews, creator profiles, critical reviews, and thoroughly annotated booklists. Searchable archives. Updated twice weekly.
http://www.ninthart.com/

Recommended Graphic Novels for Public Libraries     View
An annotated bibliography of hundreds of graphic novels with ISBN, price, and publisher information. The site also has a recommended list of titles for libraries starting to collect graphic novels for young adults, and a page of annotated links to co ...
http://my.voyager.net/~sraiteri/graphicnovels.htm

Comic Art in Scholarly Writing: A Citation Guide     View
A guide to citing comic art (comic books, comic strips, editorial cartoons, graphic novels), with the primary goal of providing location information so that readers can track down the cited source. "This citation guide leans toward the style of ...
http://www.comicsresearch.org/CAC/cite.html

No Flying, No Tights     View
This website reviews graphic novels for teens. Browse by genre (superheroes, fantasy, historical fiction, nonfiction, crime and suspense, science fiction, and "realism") or skim the "new sensation" section. Resources particularly ...
http://www.noflyingnotights.com/

Comics Bibliographies     View
Steven Bergson, a Canadian Judaica librarian and comics fan, compiled this bibliography of comics with Jewish characters or Jewish themes. He includes graphic novels, anti-Semitic propaganda works, reviews, and articles about Jews in comics. There ar ...
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/5756/bibs.htm

Comics Research Bibliography     View
This searchable, international bibliography "lists both monographs and articles from popular magazines and academic journals pertaining to comic books, comic strips, animation, caricature, cartoons, bandes dessinees, and related topics." Contains nea ...
http://www.rpi.edu/~bulloj/comxbib.html

www.crimeculture.com     View
This academic site aims to "explore different critical approaches to the study of crime literature/film." Provides essays on subject areas including Victorian detective fiction, gangster sagas, film noir, American hard-boiled, true crime, g ...
http://www.crimeculture.com/

The New York Times Books     View
Thousands and thousands of book reviews from the famed New York Times Book Review are archived along with reviews of current writing, plus special Web-only features. Registration is free.
http://www.nytimes.com/pages/books/

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