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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!
CSBG's collection of recurring comic book plots includes the latest addition, all the times characters just happened to time-travel to Krypton before it exploded -- Jimmy Olsen even spanked baby Superman!
CSBG's collection of comic book cover themes includes the latest, a gallery of times where Superman has killed -- or is killing -- Jimmy Olsen or Lois Lane. Superman's not a bird or a plane, he's just plain deadly!
This week, was Superman giving away U.S. radioactive secrets on his radio show? Did Bob Kane actually swipe Todd McFarlane? Did a famous political one-liner from the early 20th century really come from a comic strip?
CSBG's Sonia Harris has the results of her recent survey about the comic book reading habits of CBR readers, revealing them in a fancy infographic.
In the latest CSBG spotlight on bizarre comic book stories, check out the time Lois Lane tried to hypnotize Superman into marrying her while he was trapped in the form of a baby! Don't miss the twist ending!
CSBG's Kelly Thompson was not a fan of "Man of Steel." Check out her latest SHE HAS NO HEAD column to see her count out her reasons for being disappointed by the film.
There's only one day left to cast your vote at CSBG for the 50 Greatest Avengers Stories of All Time, so head on over and let your voice be heard!
This week CSBG featured a collection of the coolest Superman moments, including the time he saved the world -- one last time -- in the pages of Grant Morrison & Frank Quitely's "All-Star Superman."
In honor of the "Man of Steel" film releasing this weekend, CSBG has collected every single entry of their past Comic Book Legends Revealed columns over the years spotlighting Superman!
With "Man of Steel" in theaters, the gang at the Line it is Drawn drew your suggestions for Superman team-ups, including Invincible, zombies, Love & Rockets and...Stephen Colbert?!?
It's an all-Superman edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed! Find out the origins of Superman's S! Discover whether Jerry Siegel reviewed Philip Wylie's Gladiator! And what is...super-imagination?
With a new movie debuting today and his 75th anniversary being celebrated around the world, CSBG readers voted and here are their choices for the 75 Greatest Superman Stories of All-Time!
CSBG's Sonia Harris wants to know how your comic book reading habits have changed across the years! Fill out a survey, then check back later for the full infographic!
In honor of the Man of Steel's new movie, CSBG spotlights a few Superman Easter eggs, including cameos by Jerry Seinfeld, Peter Parker and pretty much every Superman creator from the 1990s!
In CSBG's latest spotlight on bizarre comics, check out the 1950s Batman story where Commissioner Gordon, Vicki Vale and Gotham's Finest are all duped into thinking Batman is an alien.
CSBG's spotlight on notable comic book retcons includes the latest addition, the time readers discovered the Vision and Scarlet Witch really didn't have children via magical sperm.
CSBG's spotlight collection on comic books you really should own includes the latest addition, Grant Morrison's "Seven Soldiers of Victory" from DC Comics starring characters like Zatanna & Frankenstein.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book writers jettisoning plots and characters of those who came before them explores Grant Morrison cleaning house on the Justice League when he debuted his new "JLA."
Was Ultimate Captain America originally envisioned as a black man? Plus, two legends involving Conan the Barbarian, including how Marvel actually initially canceled "Conan" after just seven issues came out!
This week, our artists mashed "Adventure Time's" cast with comic characters! Check out the mathematical results, including Finn-Mann and the Masters of the Oooniverse, Marceline & Vampirella and, of course, it's Avenger Time!
In honor of the passing of Jean "Edith Bunker" Stapleton, CSBG's latest comic book easter eggs feature spotlights cameos by the "All in the Family" cast in your favorite comics.
Join CSBG's Kelly Thompson as she takes a detailed look at each of the six regular cast members of Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel's new "X-Men" series.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, CSBG asks for your votes for the greatest Avengers stories ever told!
CSBG explores an odd 1960s attempt to keep Bob Hope's comic book in print by introducing his nephew, a swingin' mod style superhero called Super-Hip. Imagine Austin Powers mixed with Plastic Man.
Comic book writers often use characters to comment on the work of their peers, and CSBG's collection of these "meta-messages" includes Jim Starlin's satire of Stan Lee & John Romita as clowns in "Warlock."
CSBG's collection of the craziest comics of all-time includes the latest addition, Marvel's 1992 Financial Report where Wolverine really needs to know more about the company's new consumer products division.
This week, did DC Comics really publish a story mocking Batman co-creator Bill Finger two years after his death? Plus, was the Batman villain Firefly turned into a fire-based villain by mistake?
This week, our artists take on your suggestions for rejected ideas for children's books starring superheroes! Check out "Goodnight, Moon Knight," "Green Lantern and Ham," "Are You My MODOK" and more!
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs finds the boys from South Park meet Marvel's Sif while artist Brandon Peterson delivers a treasure trove of easter eggs in "Medieval Spawn/Witchblade."
CSBG's 100th installment of notable comic book retcons features the time The Flash learned his powers didn't come from a chemical explosion, but an imp named Mopee from another dimension!
Check out CSBG's archive of the awesome "Line it is Drawn" feature, where a group of artists draw your suggestions on a variety of topics and homages, including mash-ups of Star Wars and Disney characters!
This week, what's the connection between the films "Armageddon" and "Deep Impact" and the G.I. Joe comic book series? Plus, does Mary Jane Watson have anything to do with a slang term for marijuana?