First, we have Doctor Overlord's webcomic, "Dynamic Events". He's been pushing out a steady stream of comic goodness over the past two years, and they're bound to please any fan of the game. Check out his latest strip below, then head over to his thread in the Library of Whispers to read his past work and leave some feedback!
Next, a handy new website whose sole purpose is to satisfy all of your armor-hoarding needs has appeared. The idea behind gw2armor.com is simple. Choose your race and armor class, then browse the collection of screenshots to find the armor set you want to get. After that, click the image and you'll be shown how to obtain it and can even check out its stats using some nifty gw2db integration. It's unbelievably useful, and has earned its spot on my bookmark bar.
Finally, That Shaman has updated his Historical Guide to Tyria. This interactive map is overflowing with Guild Wars 1 nostalgia, perfect for all of you Grandmaster Cartographers out there. It's got the map of Guild Wars 2 in its entirety, but instead of being marked with locations from the current game you'll find landmarks from 250 years ago. Yes, that's right. With this map you'll finally be able to visit the ruins of the Temple of the Ages, Yak's Bend, and the Granite Citadel. And for all you perma-pre's out there, don't miss the pre-searing version of this map!