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Every day in 2014, CSBG examines a notable comic artist and the evolution of their style. Check out the archive for the artists spotlighted so far.
CSBG has a pile of comic books filled with recurring themes, including the latest, a look at how many S.H.I.E.L.D. agents end up becoming super-villains.
Now that Grant Morrison’s long-awaited miniseries has debuted, ROBOT 6 considers what to take away from the first issue & the notion of "headcanon."
CSBG looks at '90s comic covers to discover if there's more to the book's than just their gimmick covers, including the latest, "Cyberspace 3000" #1!
Matt Derman continues his tour of the comic world of 1987 with a review of the first eight issues of John Ostrander's classic series, "Suicide Squad."
In the latest look at stories that are hilarious in hindsight, CSBG examines the "Avengers" issue where everyone agrees the Scarlet Witch would never go mad.
Kelly Thompson explores the real disappointment behind the reveal of the MIlo Manara "Spider-Woman" #1 variant, and what it could mean for the series.
Read the collection of notable dropped storylines, like the time Captain America's sidekick was shot & replaced by a female sidekick, Golden Girl!
Every week since September 2012, CSBG has checked to see if a cover homage was released. The streak has now hit 100! Check out the streak so far!
CSBG's archive of strange comic books just got a lot stranger with the addition of the time that Darkseid was mugged in a back alley!
With Thanos' popularity soaring after the success of "Guardians of the Galaxy," it's the perfect time to revisit the bizarrely awesome introduction of the Thanos-Copter!
In the latest look at stories that are better off retconned, CSBG examines Goliath's death at the hands of a clone of Thor created by three Avengers.
CSBG has the latest installment of their look at abandoned comic book stories. Learn how the death of Cyclops' father, Corsair, was overturned!
CSBG takes a look at a bunch of bad comic book ideas, including the idea to have all black people segregated on their own island in the future.
Check out CSBG's collection of comic book easter eggs, including their latest addition, a bunch of Star Wars easter eggs in X-Men comics & more!
Sony has announced that they're spinning off a female Spider-Man character into a film, and Kelly Thompson reveals who she thinks it should be.
In the debut of a new feature, CSBG spotlights comic book plots they'd like to see retconned, starting with the Falcon's past as a street hustler.
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book retcons, including whether the Great Lake Avenger Squirrel Girl really defeated Thanos singlehandedly.
The leader of the Guardians of the Galaxy has had a few different origins over the year -- CSBG tries to get them all straight for you!
Romance comic expert Jacque Nodell stops by CSBG to share a bizarre DC romance comic from the early 1970s.
In their latest spotlight on awesomely odd comics, CSBG looks at a recent, subtle crossover between "Quantum Leap" and... "My Little Pony?!?!"
Kelly Thompson takes a look at the Marvel cinematic universe and ranks the top 11 most significant female characters.
CSBG presents a rundown on the somewhat obscure heroes & villains in Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy," and their first comic appearances.
CSBG has been celebrating Batman's 75th anniversary with his greatest covers, allies and foes, creators & stories. View the complete collection!
Here are the complete results of what you, the fans, chose as the 75 Greatest Batman Stories of all-time!
CSBG continues their countdown of the greatest Batman stories ever told as they reach the top five!
We're almost at the top ten Batman stories of all-time based on your votes! Come see what stories just missed the top ten!
CSBG collects of amusing responses Superman editor Mort Wiesinger gave to young readers, from exposing Santa Claus to explaining "the birds & bees."
You voted and now CSBG's countdown of your picks for the best Batman stories hits the top 20, with stories from Neal Adams, Grant Morrison and Jeph Loeb.
CSBG has an archive of never been reprinted gems, including Mike Mignola's Lovecraft-inspired Batman miniseries, "The Doom That Came to Gotham."
Sonia Harris looks at Wolverine's hairless body in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and wonders why big screen heroes are unnaturally shaved and waxed.
The countdown of your picks for the greatest Batman stories of all-time continues with stories from Jeph Loeb, Frank Miller and more!
Every week a group of artists draw your suggestions. Check out our gallery archives, including what superheroes do on their summer vacation!
First you voted, now CSBG counts down your picks for the greatest Batman stories of all-time -- Denny O'Neil, Marshall Rogers and Matt Wagner!
CSBG checks out gimmick covers from the 1990s to see if they're actually good, including the latest, Valiant's chromium cover for "Bloodshot" #1.
You voted and now CSBG begins their countdown of the greatest Batman stories of all-time! Tales by Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil, Geoff Johns & more!
Today is the last day to cast your ballots for the greatest Batman stories of all-time over at CSBG. Click here to see how to vote!
Another character once said "I didn't know Nick Fury was black" 25 years before Nick Fury was black! CSBG has that funny moment and more.
CSBG's latest notable comic book retcon is the story of what really happened to Captain America before the Avengers found him in the Atlantic Ocean.
Years before Zach Snyder brought "Watchmen" to the silver screen, another version nearly got made -- and the bizarre ending will shock you.