This is probably the funniest comic book related website out there - devoted to proving that, contrary to popular belief, Superman was an asshole. Featuring sections devoted to unintentionally sexual comic book covers, comic book war propaganda, comic covers featuring apes (it's ridiculous just how many there are), stupid super powers, and confoundingly bizarre covers. Cartoonist Scott Shaw! has a similar concept with his site , but it's generally boring instead of funny.
While we're at it here's a history of Christian Archie Comics. Also, Vanity Fair has a pretty good history of everything Archie including the publisher's current thoughts on Christian Archies and a synopsis of the awful 1989 NBC made-for-tv Archie movie. How about a history of the Catholic church's vehemently anti-communist comic book Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact? And comic book historian Mark Evanier writes about the creepy and perverted (seriously) history of Dick Van Dyke comics and the demented man who designed them (printing his sexual fantasies in a none-too-subtle manner right on the front cover!). The story gets juicy around issue nine. And you should probably read it before you scroll down and read the Beware of the Blog comments below because somebody will spoil it for you.