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CSBG's month-long series of comic book-related lists continues to roll on with several new lists including the top #400 issues of all time and Professor X's top five lies and deceptions!
CSBG begins a brand-new feature looking at the series of retcons involved in the history of Marvel's Edwin Jarvis, as he evolved from background character to Avengers stalwart and Tony Stark's surrogate father.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's month-long series of comic book related Top Five lists continues, this week with countdowns involving Superman, the Avengers, comic book tigers and more!
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Greg Hatcher has put together a super-challenging comic trivia contest based around comics' longstanding tradition of "imaginary stories" - see how many you can answer!
This week's THE LINE: IT IS DRAWN is a special All-PAD edition! Peter David gave his suggestions for last week's topic and the artists had at them! Check the results out and make your suggestions for next week!
CSBG's month of comic book related Top Fives continues! Check out what lists have been posted so far, from the Top Five #300 issue to Top Five Mike Zeck "GI Joe" Covers," and suggest ideas for future lists!
CSBG has officially launched a new monthly feature in which readers sent in their artwork to be featured on the blog for all to see - check out the first month's batch of drawings now!
Come see what the artists drew based on your suggestions of comic book character/TV show mash-ups! And leave some suggestions for this week's topic of comic book characters teaming up with historical figures!
Every day this month, CSBG is featuring a different comic-related Top Five list! Check out the lists that have been featured so far and make suggestions for lists you'd like to see!
Head over to Comics Should Be Good to see what our artists came up with based on your suggestions for comic book characters in different time periods!
The latest of Sean Whitmore and Brandon Harvey's webcomic "Comics Critics" takes on the nature of the CW's evasive "not-a-Superman" series, "Smallville." Check it out!
CSBG's Greg Hatcher took a ten-day journey through the American Northwest on a search for rare books and comics. Join him as he recounts the various out-of-the-way stores and great rare finds he discovered along the way.
For this week's THE LINE IT IS DRAWN, participants combined the worlds of comics with Saturday morning cartoons, resulting in match ups that include Captains America & Caveman, Muppet & X-Babies and more.
You've followed the countdown from #75 to #1, and now all 75 moments are in one convenient place for you to check out what were voted the most memorable moments in DC Comics history!
After over 45,000 votes were cast and the results were tallied, COMIC SHOULD BE GOOD is ready to present your top five choices for the most memorable moments in DC Comics' 75 Year History!
The latest sketches based on your DC/Warner Bros. mash-ups are up! Check them out and vote for your suggestions for next week's theme - Comic Book/Saturday Morning Cartoon mash-ups!
You voted in droves and now the Most Memorable Moments in DC Comics History has hit the Top 25! See which moments were voted onto the list, starring Superman, Batman, Rorschach, the Flash and more!
CSBG's countdown of the most memorable moments in DC history (as voted on by the fans) continues with moments from "Watchmen," "Dark Knight Returns," "Identity Crisis" and more!
We asked for drawings of your dream inter-company crossover and you responded in droves! Check out the the duo of Jean-Luc Picard and Hellboy, the first meeting of Madrox the Multiple Man and 101 Dalmations and more!
The countdown of the most memorable moments in DC history as voted on by you, the fans, continues with moments from Alan Moore, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Marv Wolfman, Dave Gibbons, George Perez and more!
The countdown of the 75 most memorable moments in DC history begins today - see what made the list, as voted on by you, the readers! Today we count down #75-66 featuring sex, death and life!
Today is the last day for you to vote for the most memorable moments in DC Comics History, so click here and make your choices! The final countdown begins tomorrow!
CSBG's new weekly sketch blog debuted earlier this week - and you, the reader, got to pick what was drawn! Check out which reader suggestions for dream inter-company crossovers got our latest feature off to it's start!
We're halfway through the Year of Cool Comics at CSBG, and this weekend is the perfect time to find out which titles have been featured so far! Hey - you might just discover your new favorite series!
In the latest installment of ILYBYS, see Wonder Woman team-up with younger versions of herself in an "impossible" tale that involves Wonder Tot tickling a bad guy into submission and Wonder Girl making fat jokes!
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Sonia Harris dedicates this week's COMMITTED to giving the Jim Lee designed Wonder Woman costume an in-depth fashion critique...and, sadly, she is not very impressed.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's Brian Cronin spoke with Chris Irving and Dean Haspiel about their upcoming Desperado/IDW book about Haspiel's early comics career, complete with preview pages exclusive to CSBG!
In this new feature at CSBG examining plotlines that were abandoned and explained away, see how quickly - and awkwardly - Marvel wrote off the ending of Steve Englehart's 1970s "Doctor Strange" run!
You voted all May-long and now all the Greatest Stories Ever Told are up! Take a look at the archive to see how you ranked your favorite characters and creators, from Batman to Geoff Johns to Magneto to Mark Millar!
Ever wonder if you've missed out on a joke or a reference in a comic? Check out the COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD Meta-Messages archive to get filled in on the context behind your favorite comics!
This week, Chad Nevett devoted his entire Random Thoughts column to discussing Marvel's just concluded "Siege" event! Click here to see what Chad thinks and to share your own "Siege" thoughts!
What Marvel comic was so offensive that a printer refused to print it? Was Pamela Anderson's "Barb Wire" mocking John Byrne? And what's the deal with the two Captain Wonders? Find out in this week's Comic Book Legends Revealed!
Comics Should Be Good begins a month-long feature whereby you're invited to nominate your ten favorite comic book stories starring any character or written or drawn by any creator. Click here for all the details.
Comics Should Be Good's Kelly Thompson continues her extensive interview with "Wet Moon" creator Ross Campbell, who discusses his new SLG Publishing release, "Shadoweyes."
Check out the return of Reread Reviews, where Chad Nevett takes an extensive look at comics he hasn't read in years. Readers chose this week's subject, Marvel's "Earth X."
CSBG continues to countdown the Top 100 Comic Book Runs as decided by you. We're announcing the winners five at a time until we get to #1!