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This week, CBLR goes in depth to look at the mysterious "Death" of Iron Fist in the last issue of "Power Man and Iron First" in the mid-80s! Why did he die so suddenly? Was he going to return in the Avengers?
The latest Line it is Drawn features homages to classic comic book covers. Fantastic Four on the cover of "X-Men" #1, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the cover of "Fantastic Four" #1 and more!
CSBG has been counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! We've reached the end of the countdown, so come find out which story made it to #1!
In their latest examination of '90s gimmick covers and whether the comics within were good or not, CSBG takes a look at the time Wolverine lost his adamantium in "X-Men" #25 and "Wolverine" #75.
You voted and CSBG has been counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! Check out the list so far, which includes "Giant-Size X-Men," "House of M" and "X-Cutioner's Song."
In honor of "The Wolverine" opening this weekend, CSBG collects all of their past Comic Book Legends Revealed columns spotlighting the mutant who's the best there is at what he does!
It's an All-Wolverine Edition of CBLR! Why did Dougray Scott lose the role of Wolverine in "X-Men?" Was Apocalypse really behind Weapon X? And how did an unused design for Wolverine's face lead to Sabretooth's creation?
In honor of his new film, this week's Line it is Drawn features Wolverine team-ups! The Goon, Kenny from South Park and would you believe Wolverine and...Sharknado?
In their latest Comic Book Easter Eggs spotlight, CSBG takes a look at a series of Calvin and Hobbes cameos in the pages of multiple Superman titles, Power Pack and even in a Garfield comic strip!
You voted and now CSBG is counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! We begin with stories #50-41! Featuring the Phalanx, Magneto, Magik and more!
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas that were explained away by other writers, including the latest addition -- the time Luke Cage was wanted for the murder of his best friend, Iron Fist.
CSBG looks at the oddest examples of reader letters found in Mort Weisinger's "Superman" line of titles from the 1950s & 60s, including the great "Should Superman spank Lois?" debate.
How did the Comics Code save Sue Storm from a spanking? Plus, a remarkable example of a mixed-comic book/novella from an acclaimed Argentinian writer, and who is the Gay Desperado?
This week, our artists drew your suggestions for Dr. Seuss/comic book mash-ups! Catwoman in the Hat, Swamp Thing as the Lorax, One Superman, Two Superman, Red Superman, Blue Superman and much more!
CSBG's Sonia Harris explores how using the word "banned" to describe comic books unavailable on comiXology's iOS app is often so misleading, it's essentially a lie.
CSBG's spotlight on comic book Easter eggs takes a look at the pop culture references Roy Thomas and Chris Claremont worked into the X-Men over the years, from "Star Trek" to "Lord of the Rings" and more!
CSBG is looking to find out what YOU think are the greatest X-Men stories of all-time! Click on over to cast your vote now, because it's only a few days until the polls close!
CSBG has collected instances of comic writers using their work to poke fun at other comic books and their creators, and the latest installment looks at the Great Lakes Avengers making fun of "Identity Crisis."
Check out CSBG's collection of comic book trends, ranging from the normal to the bizarre -- like the latest addition spotlighting superhero spankings!
CSBG's Sonia Harris has the results of her latest COMMITTED survey, illustrating in infographic form how comic book fans' hobby affects those around them.
CSBG's latest comic book easter eggs spotlight Mark Millar, Terry Dodson and Frank Cho's :Marvel Knights Spider-Man," including cameos by the Simpsons, Clark, Lois & Jimmy and... Lando Calrissian?!?
CSBG's Greg Hatcher bemoans what he finds to be a repetitive predictability in the structures of modern superhero films, citing a specific dependency on homogenized origin stories.
CSBG wants to know what you think are the greatest X-Men stories of all-time! Check in with them today to cast your vote!
CSBG recently finished their countdown of the 50 Greatest Avengers Stories ever told. Check out the complete archive of greatest stories, covering Spider-Man, Batman & Superman, plus writers Peter David & Geoff Johns!
CSBG's collection of comic book easter eggs includes the latest addition, cameos of the Silk Spectre, Rorschach, Nite Owl and other Watchmen in "Astonishing X-Men," "Marvels" and more.
Did comics about the dangers of landmines actually accidentally cause children to go INTO minefields to try to meet Superman? Were "G.I. Joe's" Dreadnoks originally suppose to be anthropomorphic bears? Find out this week!
In honor of the late, great Kim Thompson, our artists pay their respects with cover homages based on "Amazing Heroes," the comic book magazine Thompson edited for over a decade.
Sonia Harris has a new survey, this time asking how your comic book hobby affects those around you. Do you read comics in public? Give them as gifts? All these and more are questions she'd love you to answer!
In Kelly Thompson's latest installment of SHE HAS NO HEAD, she explains why Brian Wood's new X-Men title is all she has ever wanted in a superhero comic book.
The countdown is over! Here is the complete list of the 50 Greatest Avengers Stories of all-time, as voted on by you! Included are the works of Mark Millar, Jack Kirby, Jim Shooter, Kurt Busiek and many more!
CSBG's collection of the goofiest moments in comic book history includes a look at the first ten issues of the classic "Avengers" run, and when the Hulk hid from his teammates by dressing up as a robot clown!
CSBG has been counting down your favorite Avengers stories of all-time and the countdown has come to an end! Which story comes out on top? Read this article to find out!
Check out CSBG's archive of their awesome Line It Is Drawn feature, where a group of artists draw your suggestions from a variety of topics, including classic moments from Marvel's Silver Age!
CSBG is counting down your favorite Avengers stories of all-time! We're down to numbers 6, 5 & 4 -- check out which stories made the list! Previous entries include "Civil War," "Ultimates" and "JLA/Avengers."
This week, was a Marvel editor's ashes mixed in with the ink for a Marvel poster? Was the Venture Brothers originally a comic book? And was a Marvel Avenger's look based on a TV Avenger? Find out all these answers now!
It's summertime and that means summer vacations! This week, our artists draw your ideas for fair weather getaways for superheroes, including Batman surfing, the FF at the beach and, of course, V for Vacation!
In her latest column, Sonia Harris explores why she feels that George Perez's 1987 Wonder Woman relaunch is the gold standard other superhero comics should aspire to be.
CSBG continues to count down your favorite Avengers stories of all-time! The list just hit the top 20! Check out the results, which include work from Mark Millar, Steve Englehart and Jim Starlin!
In the latest edition of CSBG's Easter egg spotlight, check out Wolverine meeting the cast of the "Big Bang Theory," plus a Marvel graffiti easter egg bonanza by Butch Guice in the pages of "Micronauts."
You voted for your favorite Avengers stories of all-time and CSBG is now counting them down. They've just hit the halfway mark of the top 50! See which stories have made the list so far!