Get Lenski’s NT commentary electronically for almost nothing ($200), if you order now.
Kenneth L. Gentry provides a overview of literature on preterism in a useful article.
Revelation Resources » » Forthcoming This page features a list of forthcoming commentaries and other books on Revelation, as far as I am (made) aware of them. You are welcome to give me a hint if you know of a work that should be included.
Hellholm, David. “The Visions He Saw or: To Encode the Future in Writing: An Analysis of the Prologue of John’s Apocalyptic Letter.” In Text and Logos: The Humanistic Interpretation of the New Testament. (Festschrift Hendrikus W. Boers.) Edited by Theodore W. Jennings, Jr. Scholars Press Homage Series, 14. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press, 1990, 109-46. More… Continue reading David Hellholm, The Visions He Saw
The ESV Study Bible website has made the introduction to Revelation available. What do you think about it?
Bibliographic details on DeSilva’s Strategic Arousal and the link to the – currently – freely available online edition (pdf-format).
See A list of biblical studies journals at deinde.org.
I have a presentation of Lupieri’s commentary here: Now, Review of Biblical Literature has published Tobias Nicklas’s review of it. He concludes that “Die Tendenz ist klar: Man kann diesem wertvollen und originellen Kommentar zur Apokalypse nur eine breite Leserschaft wünschen.” See the entire review here (direct link). Hattip: NT Gateway Weblog