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Who was going to be the original writer of "Books of Magic?" What's the deal with the cover of "Batman and Robin" #3? Why is Doctor Doom wishing everyone a Merry X-Mas on the cover of the UK reprint of "Secret Wars?!"
Which superhero was the first to fly? What is the secret origin of Mark Millar's "Wanted?" All of this plus - did the Comics Code lead to the creation of Warren Publishing's "Creepy" and "Eerie?"
Did the Red Scare turn a comic about a Little Joe into one about a Little Ike? What's the behind-the-scenes secret of Geo-Force and Terra! Plus, a decades-long story of the secret member of the original G.I. Joe team!
CBLR gets to the bottom of the Superman/Seinfeld connection! Also, are those drug references we see in the pages of..."Aquaman?" All this, plus the origin of John Ostrander: comic book character, await you within!
In honor of her 600th issue and brand-new costume, CBLR is all Wonder Woman this week! Learn the secrets of the WW logo, Wonder Girl and discover what famous anime character might just be Wonder Woman's daughter!
In this week edition of COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, learn which New God Thanos was originally based on! Also, marvel at the strange story of the would-be X-Men villain, Metoxo! Plus, more!!
In this week's COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, join Brian and discover the odd origin of none other than Marvel Comics' Thanos! Plus, learn the bizarre story of teenage Warren Comics pin-up girl Heidi Saha!
In this week's installment of COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, did DC Comics actually once plan on giving Robin AIDS? Plus, you don't want to miss the zombie origins of...the Smurfs?!?!
An all-zombie edition of Comic Book Legends! What was Marvel's role in the evolution of zombies? What are zuvembies? And what did the Comics Code have against 'Mazing Man?
This week, learn just what was the deal with Iron Man having a nose on his armor for a year during the 1970s. Also, did Alan Moore come up with a major Star Wars term almost two decades before the films themselves?
In this week's COMIC BOOK LEGENDS REVEALED, join Brian Cronin and discover who really drew the Wolverine limited series, find out who Odie's real owner was and learn way too much about Superman and Lois Lane's sex life!
This week, discover the bizarre origins of Doctor Droom! Yes, that's right, Doctor Droom, with an R! Also, was Magneto always supposed to be Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch's dad? And who or what is GenX? Find out here!
What artist worked his editor into dozens of comic stories? Did Sergio Aragones take matters into his own hands with his "Mad" margin drawings? And how did Jack Kirby's Manhunter go from a new character to a revamp?
What Marvel comic was so offensive that a printer refused to print it? Was Pamela Anderson's "Barb Wire" mocking John Byrne? And what's the deal with the two Captain Wonders? Find out in this week's Comic Book Legends Revealed!
With Deadman's crucial role in "Brightest Day," Comic Book Legends Revealed spotlights turths and rumors about the late, great Arnold Drake, creator of Deadman and the Doom Patrol!
Following up yesterday's CBLR - did you know what Jack Kirby wanted to call the Black Panther originally? Find out, along with seeing a drawing by Kirby from over 40 years ago showing T'Challa's original costume - it's a doozy!
It's All King Kirby Week! Learn how Marvel changed Kirby's original Black Panther design! See what appearance by the King himself was edited out of a comic! And did Spidey get a black costume to keep Kirby from suing Marvel?
Learn the strange story of the cartoon that led to the creation of the teddy bear! Plus, what famous comic strip character was based on an unknown actor who later turned out to be one the biggest movie stars in the world?
In honor of his nomination for the Eisner Hall of Fame, CBLR devotes a whole week of legends to the late, great Steve Gerber, including the story of how Gerber and Frank Miller almost came to reboot DC's "Trinity" during the 80s!
This week, discover Mary Marvel's almost sapphic origin! Plus, did Jack Kirby envision the Thing as having dinosaur hide? And be sure to check out the odd way that the Phantom was colored for the first two decades of his history!