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CSBG spotlights great comics that were never reprinted, including the curious absence of Wally West Flash reprints and other forgotten stories.
CSBG has a collection of reviews by Matt Derman of comics that came out in the year he was born, 1987! Check out his look into comics' past.
Did "Twin Peaks" nearly find a second life as a comic book? Does Marvel actually own a trademark on "snikt" and "thwip?"
Following her TV debut on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," we revisit the extremely complicated history of Bobbi Morse, the hero known as Mockingbird.
A week after Wolverine's passing, revisit his strange appearance at Marvel's 1993 Financial Report, where he REALLY wanted to learn more about merchandise.
CSBG looks at a reference in the pages of "X-Men" to one of "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin's least successful novels of all-time.
CSBG brings some classic comic book beefs to light. See some of the ways comic creators tip their hats or call out others in the industry.
CSBG looks at some of the gimmick foil covers of the '90s and determine whether or not the stories were any good. In the hot seat is "The Flash."
In their latest spotlight on comic book retcons, CSBG looks at multiple contradictory reports of whether Doctor Doom let the villain Arcade light a match on his armor.
All week CSBG is serializing the start of the "Tea Party" Chapter 2, the American Revolution web comic from The Line It Is Drawn artist Thea Sousa.
CSBG investigates the interesting and complicated history of Wolverine's claws, and whether or not they are a part of his mutant abilities.
Come celebrate Wolverine's 40th anniversary with a collection of Comic Book Legends Revealed installments about the mutant hero.
The Line drew your suggestions for heroes and villains reversing course a la Marvel's "AXIS" event! Evil Super Grover, Heroic Joker & Villainous Batman!
CSBG spotlights the comic book debuts of the new characters who will make their live-action debuts during this season of The CW's "Arrow."
Before the Season 3 premiere, CSBG thought it'd be a good time to review their spotlight the comic book debuts of the characters of "Arrow."
With the countdown completed, review the entire master list of the 75 Most Memorable Moments in Marvel Comics history.
As October begins, Kelly Thompson has a list of five comics she's most looking forward to, including "Gotham Academy" and the new "Thor!"
Lee! Kirby! Mignola! All year long, CSBG has been examining the evolution of some of the top comic book artists of all-time. See them all today!
The countdown is finished! What did you pick for #1? The Death of Jean Grey? The Death of Gwen Stacy? The Return of Captain America? Find out!
We're now into the Top 10 in the countdown of your picks for the most memorable moments in Marvel history! Spider-Man, Wolverine and Mary Jane!
The Top 20 is nearly here! CSBG counts down your picks for Marvel's most memorable moments -- Reed & Sue's wedding, the Vision crying and more!
CSBG has an archive of the first comic book work of numerous legends including Stan Lee, John Romita, Chris Claremont and the latest -- Jack Kirby!
CSBG's countdown of your picks for the most memorable Marvel moments hits the Top 40 and featurs Spider-Man, Daredevil Thanos and more.
CSBG has a collection of odd comic book ads, including a 1990s ad from Neal Adams explaining to parents why they should buy their kids his comics.
CSBG counts down the most memorable moments in Marvel history, shining a spotlight on Doctor Doom, Green Goblin and Dark Phoenix!
CSBG continues to count down your picks for the most memorable moments in Marvel history, featuring Spider-Man, X-Men, Daredevil and more!
In honor of Marvel's 75th anniversary, CSBG counts down YOUR choices for the all-time most memorable moments, starting with Spidey, DD Avengers & more.
With "Gotham" debuting tonight, CBSG spotlights the first comic book appearances of the main cast members -- from Bruce Wayne to Edward Nygma!
With "Agents of SHIELD" S2 right around the corner, CSBG looks at the first appearances of SHIELD's most famous members -- from Nick Fury to, well, Nick Fury Jr.!
CSBG spotlights examples of major comic book retcons, like the short-lived shocking discovery that Jor-El and Lara survived Krypton's destruction.
The 1980s Marvel U was hounded by villain who killed other villains! Each death took place in different comics, and CSBG collects them in one post!
Visit CSBG's collection of weird comic book stories, including in the 1970s when Popeye sort of kind of became a Superman supporting cast member.
CSBG is collecting your votes for the most memorable moments in Marvel history! Click here to cast your vote! Don't skip the polls, vote today!
See CSBG's collection of works poking fun at other comics (and creators), including the latest, Peter David poking fun at Erik Larsen's "Savage Dragon."
Check out's CSBG's archive of famous comic book cliches, including their latest -- inmates constantly breaking out of Arkham Asylum!
Which creator actually came up with the origin for Batman? How did Frank Miller get his start on "Daredevil?" And what's the Kingpin's name in France?
CSBG's latest comic book easter eggs spotlight looks at "Breaking Bad's" Walter White (or his likeness) appearing in comics from "TMNT" to "Amazing Spider-Man."
CSBG is collecting your votes for the most memorable moments in the history of Marvel Comics. Click here to cast your vote for your favorites!
Check out CSBG's collection of comic book retcons, including the surprisingly complicated history of when, exactly, Thor first met the God of Power, Hercules.
The Line artists have done a number of themes over the years, all collected in one place, including that time heroes swapped costumes along gender lines.