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In a new CSBG feature, we examine the Avenger Mockingbird and the long, strange trip she's gone on as a character since her first appearance forty years ago. It's so convoluted, it needs to be seen to be believed!
CSBG's countdown of your votes for your favorite Marvel and DC characters of all-time has now hit the Top 10! Come see who's made the list so far!
We've now reached the Top 20 in our countdown of the most popular Marvel and DC comic book characters of all-time, as determined by your vote! Come see who has made the list so far!
Longtime comic book writer Scott Beatty stops by CSBG to share his thoughts on the six most influential comic book stories on his life as a comic book reader - and later comic book writer.
It's a special edition of The Line it is Drawn this week as our artists all drew Superman drawings for Super-fan Mike Meyer, the fan who recently lost his entire Superman collection to a scam-artist.
We're now halfway through CSBG's countdown of your favorite Marvel and DC comic book characters of all-time! Come see who's made the list so far!
All September long, CSBG is celebrating the greatest comics of the Silver Age! Come see what's been featured so far!
This week, our artists drew your suggestions for offbeat super-villain team-ups. Trickster and Batroc versus Chuck Norris! Catwoman and Sabretooth have a tea party with Hello Kitty! Plus, more!
We're roughly a third of the way into the countdown of your 100 favorite DC and Marvel characters of all-time! Come see who's made the list so far!
CSBG's Sonia Harris turns the tables on the usual sexual objectification debate and discusses the growing trend of women viewing male super heroes as hearthrobs.
Based on your overwhelming turnout and responses, CSBG begins our countdown of your favorite DC and Marvel comic book characters of all-time!
CSBG's month-long examination of the strangest comic books of all-time ends with one of the oddest comics yet - Superman adopting Jimmy Olsen and then tormenting him for days!
CSBG's month-long spotlight of never before collected comic books is over. Check out the assortment of hidden classics, including work from Giffen, Baker, Hughes, Simonson and more.
With but a few days left in CSBG's month-long spotlight on strange comic stories, check out what has been featured so far, including little Batman Jones!
With DC's highly anticipated (and controversial) 52 relaunch now only days away, COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD lists 52 responses to the upcoming comic initiative.
CSBG continues their month-long feature showcasing the strangest (yet most awesome) comic book stories of all time, including Luke Cage getting hired by Doctor Doom.
All month, CSBG examines those great stories that have never been reprinted. Check out what's been featured so far, including a memorable date for Guy Gardner.
CSBG wants to know who your favorite DC Comics and Marvel Comic Book Characters are! The polls remain open and ballots are plentiful, so click here to vote!
CSBG continues its month-long examination of the strangest comic books of all time, with looks at evil gorillas and the crusading Bat-Mummy and Robin!
CSBG finally has an archive compiling past editions of our weekly gallery of original drawings based on your suggestions. Check them all out here!
In their latest look at some of the strangest comic book stories of all time, CSBG turns their eye to the time Marvel's Hero for Hire Luke Cage traveled to Latveria to collect $200 owed to him by Doctor Doom!
All this month, CSBG examines some of the strangest (if lovably weird) comic book stories ever, from Superman pining for Supergirl to a rare appearance by the Thanos-Copter.
CSBG is collecting your votes for the greatest Marvel and DC Comics characters of all time! Click here to cast your ballot, and remember: Pick a winner!
In the first of CSBG's month-long look at some of the strangest stories of all-time, we examine a story where Supergirl determines that the best woman for Superman would be...her?
CSBG's month-long examination of all the hidden in-jokes that comic book creators sneak into their comics concludes with some dry white toast
CSBG's month-long examination of repetitive moments in comic history -- such as the Thing's constant attempts to revert back to human form -- concludes
Comics Should Be Good wants to find out who your favorite DC Comics and Marvel characters are, so click on through, check out the rules and cast your vote!
CSBG's Greg Burgas regales us with tales of his trip to this year's Comic-Con International, from art purchases to time spent at TR!CKSTER to creator chats and much, much more!
Comic Book Easter Eggs - X-men Sex Edition! Join CSBG as their Comic Book Easter Egg month turns spotlights the search for all the instances of the word sex in "New X-Men" #118.
CSBG's month-long spotlight on the jokes and visual gags that artists sneak into comics continues with Dr. Doom on ice and J. Jonah Jameson in "G.I. Joe."
CSBG examines recurring topics, plots and events such as Wolverine making threats with "the third claw" or Justice Leaguers belting out a "bwah-ha-ha"
CSBG's month-long look at Easter eggs in comic books continues with Calvin and Hobbes in "X-Factor," Dr. Doom dying in "JLA" and Waldo in "Hulk: Future Imperfect"! Check them all out here!
CSBG wants to hear from YOU -- what are the greatest comic book plot threads that have yet to be wrapped up?
CSBG's latest "When We First Met" looks at when Lois Lane first suspected Superman's secret identity and the first time she tried to prove he was Clark Kent!
CSBG's look at notable comic book firsts is almost over! Come check out what's been featured so far, from the first appearance of Krypto to the first time Dr. Strange shouted "By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth!"
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Greg Hatcher takes time this weekend to say farewell to the late, great Gene Colan.
Girls literally green with envy? With the release of his first major motion picture this weekend, CSBG examines the ten goofiest moments of the first ten issues of "Green Lantern."
In honor of Green Lantern's new movie hitting theaters this weekend across the country, CSBG looks at the goofiest moments from the first ten "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" comics.
In this week's CBLR, discover the bizarre story of the last appearance of Yvonne Craig as Batgirl! Plus, what is the deal with the first expanded universe Star Wars story and just when did Spider-Man first "thwip?"
With DC Comics' 52 reboot titles officially announced and solicited, CSBG asks you what choices youwould make if you had to relaunch Marvel's superhero comics with 52 new titles!