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International Journal of Comic Art 
Comicon International (world's largest fan-run convention)
Academic Conferences on Comics and Graphic Novels 
Academic Resources- comics ("this page collects inks to various resources of interest to those who study or teach comics in the classroom") (Gene Kannenberg, U. Houston)
Anime and Manga
Anime.com (online magazine)
The Anime Academic Resource Page 
Anime and Manga Research Circle ("our goal is to build and maintain a diverse community of scholars engaged in the academic study of anime and manga, their associated (sub)cultures worldwide, and (tangentially) Japanese popular culture in general")
Analee Newitz "Anime Otaku: Japanese Animation Fans Outside of Japan" (1994) (Bad Subjects)
Anime Online ("The online anime fan community")
Dictionary of Anime Fandom 
Art Comics: Independent Comics for the Internet 
Art Spiegelman's Maus (Robert S. Leventhal, U. Virginia - Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities)
Comics Scholarship and Academic Resources (annotated bibliography covering "book-length works about comic books and comic strips, from "fannish" histories to academic monographs. This site aims to provide more information and guidance on such books than you'd normally find in a library catalog entry")(Gene Kannenberg, U. Houston)
Comics Research Bibliography ("international bibliography of comic books, comic strips, animation, caricature, cartoons, bandes dessinees, and related topics") (Michael Rhode and John Bullough)
Comix Scholars Discussion List ("The comix-scholars@clas.ufl.edu list serves as an academic forum for those involved in research, criticism and teaching related to comics art") (John Ronan, U. Florida)
Grrls in the Comix (gallery of superheroes; links to readings) (Jean Bourg)
Indy Magazine (bimonthly print magazine covering alternative comics; includes online resources)
Media History Project: Comics 
The New Yorker Collection (drawings for The New Yorkerin the mid-20th century) (Library of Congress)
Professional Cartoonists Index (extensive resources with images) (Daryl Cagle, National Cartoonists Society)
Teacher Guide to the Professional Cartoonists Index (well-developed "lesson plans for using the editorial cartoons as a teaching tool in social sciences, art, journalism and English" at elementary, middle-school, and high-school levels; includes "the largest collection of newspaper editorial cartoons on the web--all . . . presented with the permission and participation of the cartoonists" (Peg Cagle, Lawrence Middle School, Los Angeles / Daryl Cagle, National Cartoonists Society)
The Unofficial Tank Girl Comic Pages (Bob Rosenberg)

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