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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?
Kelly Thompson looks at six recent superheroine costume overhauls that need to head back to the drawing board while sharing possible redesign ideas by artists Kris Anka and Meredith McClaren!
In examining the last Batman story Bill Finger ever wrote, CSBG's Greg Hatcher looks at the sad treatment Batman's co-creator has received from the comic book industry over the years.
Check out CSBG's collection of the coolest comic book moments, including the instant classic death of Bruce's son Damian Wayne, the latest teen hero to don the Robin mantle.
It's the 100th edition of CSBG's spotlight on the strangest comics of all-time! Check out the collection, including the anniversary installment featuring the time Lois Lane turned into an evil baby!
In its latest spotlight on cases of writers changing previously set-up character developments, CSBG shows how Geoff Johns brought back the original Cyborg after he was missing for over a decade!
In this week's spotlight on comic book Easter eggs, CSBG takes a look at some found in Grant Morrison and Rags Morales' "Action Comics" run, including a number of references to 1938, the year of Superman's debut!
Comic book writers are constantly retconning the stories that came before theirs, and CSBG has a collection of the most notable examples, including the brief time the Black Panther had ESP!
Check out CSBG's collection of old comic books that are now hilarious in hindsight, like the 1991 Speedball story by Dan Slott which eerily predicted the character's future as Penance.
CSBG's Kelly Thompson is excited for what the future might hold in the wake of the recent flourish of great comic book film heroines. She chooses four stand-out performances and explains why each one means so much.
You voted and just in time for the release of "Iron Man 3" in theatres, here are your picks for the 25 Greatest Iron Man Stories Ever Told, including "Armor Wars," "Extremis" and "Stark Disassembled!"
CSBG's Greatest Stories Ever Told month is over! Here is a collection of the greatest stories ever told starring your favorite comic book characters, written and drawn by your favorite creators!
Check out CSBG's collection of first appearances of various parts of comic book history, including the latest addition -- the introduction of each version of Iron Man's armor!
This week, was there really a Batman/Pokemon crossover?! Did Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz really make Dan Quayle the villain of "Elektra: Assassin?" Find out!
One of our Line artists just had his music video directorial debut. In honor of this, we present mash-ups of comic characters in classic music videos! Michonne in "Single Ladies," Riddle in "Smooth Criminal" and more!
Get ready for the Death-loving Mad Titan's appearance in "Avengers 2" by checking out the tales CSBG readers determined were the greatest Thanos stories ever told.
Kelly Thompson is pumped about the new costume redesigns for some superheroines and villains, both official and fan-created, and here she points out six of her favorites.
All April, CSBG is featuring your votes for the Greatest Stories starring your favorite characters and creators. This week we had lists for Jeph Loeb, Kitty Pryde & Hank Pym. Vote for future lists while you still can!
CSBG's collection of old comic book bits that are hilarious in hindsight, includes a story exemplifying Squirrel Girl as a short-lived character Marvel was trying to avoid with their 1993 Annuals.
What contest winning character was nearly a founding member of the All-New, All-Different X-Men and instead didn't appear in a Marvel comic for nearly thirty years? Plus, was Dobie Gillis based on Archie Andrews?
In tribute to Roger Ebert, the Line features mash-ups of comic characters and movies that Ebert gave 4-star reviews! Deadpool in "Taxi Driver," Dick Grayson in "Boogie Nights," Two-Face in "Scarface" and more!
A longstanding member of the X-Men, Kitty Pryde has starred in a number of iconic stories, but which one is her greatest? CSBG asked its readers to decide and here's what they came up with!
You voted and now CSBG has your picks for the greatest stories ever written by superstar comic book writer Jeph Loeb. What will be number one? "Spider-Man: Blue?" "Long Halloween?" "Hush?" Find out!
With Terry Moore's "Rachel Rising" being adapted into a TV show, Kelly Thompson shares five more recent comics she thinks would work really well as TV shows. See if your faves were included!