I know of no compendium that is completely satisfactory in any regard. It seems to be too much of a thankless task maintaining these things, thus I suspect that broad answer to your question is, unfortunately, no.
However, there are several resources which, together, are at least a good start for any search.
In this case, Wikipedia is a fairly decent resource (I guess the contribution model helps overcome some of the problems with a single-curator approach, but you lose the consistency).
If you're interested in Parameterized Complexity, Marco Cesati began a compendium of problems, but like Kann, has (understandably) not kept up with the updates. There's also an online compendium, but it is less comprehensive.
A similar question was also asked on cstheory, attracting a couple of answers, one that caught my eye was the Encyclopedia of Algorithms. I cannot personally vouch for it, but it at least looks useful, or at least useful enough to convince a university library to buy.