Mark Goodacre has just updated his page of New Testament Bibliographies on his NT Gateway site. In addition to the links he provides there, I frequently consult the following as I am doing research. These are not all strictly NT bibliographies.
- The Review of Biblical Literature site now has over 5000 books reviewed.
- I also find that I often check the Logos Product Guides on such topics as: Cultural and Historical Background of the Bible, Comments on Commentaries, and Multi-Volume Commentaries. This last is particularly helpful in providing a brief summary of each commentary series and noting which commentaries are oriented to scholarly, pastoral, or lay interests.
- Here is a helpful post by Phil Gons on commentaries which includes a pointer to the excellent BestCommentaries site. The BestCommentaries site provides rankings and reviews, and indicates whether the book is more technical, pastoral, devotional, or a specialized study. With a free registration/login, you can also note which books you already have in your collection and keep an online record.
- I've also pulled together some bibliography resources HERE, including these compiled by the biblical studies people at my seminary: Recommended OT Commentaries.pdf and Recommended NT Commentaries.pdf
- Though it's a bit dated (2001) and only available via web archive, Ralph Martin compiled an extensive bibliography posted HERE.
- The Yale University Divinity School Library has an excellent collection of Reference Tools and Bibliographies related to the Bible HERE. Also note the Brief Bibliographic Introduction to New Testament Study.