Neotestamentica is a quality peer-reviewed journal focused on New Testament studies. Access to its volumes through the year 2000 is available here. (I’m going through the issues as I type). As readers know, it’s not common for journals to grant free access to their content, so when it happens, you need to take a look and download what you want.
Though this is a journal best used by folks who know some Greek, there’s plenty that can be gained from articles even if you lack that facility.
Just a hint: The entire 1983 issue (vol. 17:1) is devoted to the book of 1 Enoch and its New Testament connections. Roughly 100 pages of Enochian goodness.