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CSBG's Greg Burgas takes an in-depth look at the first issue of DC's new crossover event, "Flashpoint," examining and dissecting the miniseries' entire first issue, page by page!
As part of our Goofiest Moments month, CSBG is featuring the ten goofiest moments from the first ten issues of the original "Avengers!" Come check them out!
Throughout the month of May, CSBG has been spotlighting a different webcomic every day! See which have been featured so far and maybe you'll discover a new favorite strip!
It's Goofy Moments Month at CSBG! Check out the goofy moments that have been featured so far, including moments from Captain America, Lois Lane, the Silver Surfer and more!
In honor of the release of Thor's new film this weekend, let's take a look at the lighter side of the Norse hero with the ten goofiest moments in the first ten "Thor" comics.
You voted in droves, and now we continue counting down your all-time favorite comic book writers and artists. We're up to the 70s, so come see where your favorites ended up!
CSBG's Greg Burgas feels that superhero comic books are not taking enough chances with their artwork. Read his call to action to see what he wants to see the Big Two try out on their books!
"Once upon a time" is today as our artists draw your suggested mash-ups of comic book characters and classic fairy tales! Catwoman and Puss 'n' Boots! Kitty Pryde in Wonderland! And more!
CSBG is now into the 90s in the countdown of your 250 favorite comic book writers and artist of all-time! Come see who has appeared on the list so far!
Join CSBG's Greg Burgas as he examines every page of the first issue of Marvel's latest company-wide crossover event series, Matt Fraction and Stuart Immonen's "Fear Itself."
East meets West this week as our artists draw team-ups of U.S. characters with your favorite manga and anime characters! Vampire Hunter D vs. Blade! Pikachu and the Pet Avengers! Lady Snowblood and Elektra!
A few months back, CSBG counted down your top 100 favorite comic book artists of all-time! All this month, we'll be telling you who ranked #101-250, as well! Check out the artists and writers revealed so far!
64 characters went in, and now only one character remains standing! Is it the Caped Crusader or the God of Thunder? Find out whether Batman or Thor stands victorious!
We're thick in the middle of the 2011 finals of the CSBG DC/Marvel Comic Character Tournament and it's all come down to Batman versus Thor -- who will win? You decide!
All throughout March, CSBG posted the first US comic work of your favorite creators! Now you can check out all the creators listed, including Steve Ditko, Warren Ellis, George Perez, both John Romitas and more!
It's the final four in CSBG's DC/Marvel Comic Character Tournament! Find out which four characters have made it this far and vote to see who heads to the finals!
CSBG's Third Annual DC/Marvel Character Tournament is still running, and now they're down to the Elite Eight! Come vote to see who makes it past this round to move on to the Final Four!
Each day this month, CSBG has been showing you the first comic book work by some of your favorite creators. Check out the recent additions, which include Stan Lee, John Buscema, J. Michael Straczynski, Bill Sienkiewicz!
We're now into the Sweet 16 of CSBG's 3rd Annual DC/Marvel Comic Character Tournament! Click here to vote to see who moves on to the Elite 8!
All this month, CSBG has been featuring the first U.S. pro comic book work by the top comic book creators of all-time! See who has been featured so far, including George Perez, Jason Aaron, Steve McNiven and more!
CSBG is back with the third annual DC/Marvel comic character tournament to coincide with the 2011 NCAA basketball tournament! Check out the bracket here and come vote for the winners!
We all remember those little circles coming out of Aquaman's head during "Super Friends," but what's their secret origin? Find out, along with a story about a hilarious miscommunication in a Peter David-penned comic book!
CSBG continues their discussion of the "Age of X" crossover with the latest part of the story, "X-Men: Legacy" #246. Come see what Chad and Kelly thought about the issue and share your thoughts, as well!
In the latest installment of CSBG's month-long examination of the first US pro comic work of notable comic book creators, check out the Superman mystery story that was Mark Waid's first foray into writing comics!
Our artists tackled your suggestions of meetings between modern superheroes and their classic selves. Will Batman have a problem with Golden Age Batman? Will Golden Age Superman be happy to learn about life in 2011?
The submissions are in and now you have a chance to decide who wins our inaugural comic book script art contest! Along with a public vote, one of the judges will be the writer of the comic in question, Andy Diggle!
Check out Frank Miller's first two comic book stories in this new month-long feature from CSBG ans be sure to hit the archives for the first stories by George Perez, Jason Aaron and Alex Maleev!
In the latest of CSBG's month-long series of polls, we want to know what you think was the best Marvel comics run of the 1980s! Byrne's FF? Miller's Daredevil? Claremont/Byrne X-Men? Come here to decide!
Chad Nevett and Kelly Thompson continue their series of discussions about Marvel's Age of X crossover. Today they look at the first two chapters of the storyline. Come see what they thought!
This week, learn the origin of how Alan Moore and Alan Davis came to work together on Captain Britain! Did Warren Ellis re-work an Excalibur story for an X-Men mini-series? Plus, Alan Moore's connection to... BJ and the Bear?
CSBG wants to know who you feel is the best pair of friends in superhero comics! Green Lantern and Green Arrow? Green Lantern and Flash? Superman and Batman? Let us know and vote in all our other open polls!
CSBG wants to see how you interpret a page from an actual comic book script! Enter our new comic book art contest and see if you're the tops! Our first page is from a Batman comic!
CSBG asks you to decide - which comic did you like best? Jack Kirby and Stan Lee's "Fantastic Four" or Steve Ditko and Lee's "Amazing Spider-Man?" Give your answer and check out the other polls!
It's time for our monthly reader art gallery, where you see your artwork featured on CSBG! This month, we've got kitten Wolverine, the Enterprise beaming down to Apokolips and more cool drawings!
Every day this month, CSBG will post a comic book-related poll asking questions like, who is your all-time top Fantastic Four writer? Which of the current Avengers ongoings is your favorite? Click here to see our current polls!
CSBG takes a look at the origin of the third Robin, Tim Drake, and in the process discovers some interesting comparisons between the character and online comic book fans.
In Phase Two of her Ladies Comics Project, Kelly Thompson has various non-comic-reading women of all ages review various notable graphic novels. Come see what they thought!
The month is almost over, so be sure to check out all the previous games based on your knowledge of comic book history! What do Vision, Metamorpho and Hawkeye have in common? Find out as you test your comic book know how!
Join CSBG's Chad Nevett and Kelly Thompson this weekend as they begin a series of conversations focusing on Marvel Comics' latest alternate reality crossover, "The Age of X!"
CSBG's Kelly Thompson talks to Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly about their new Vertigo series, "The New York Five," the sequel to their previous collaboration for DC Comics' short-lived Minx imprint, "The New York Four."