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With news of Kurt Russell's out-of-this-world role in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," we look back at the long, weird history of Ego the Living Planet.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book retcons, like the bizarre revelation that Rogue had a hidden relationship with... Sentry?! What...?
This week's CBLR reveals why Wolverine really stabbed Rachel, plus Magneto's original fate in "X-Men vs. Avengers" and PAD's "Star Trek: TNG" novel.
In honor of "Ghostbusters," the Line artists reverse the genders on some classic films, from "Edward Scissorhands" to "Batman v Superman."
We travel back to 1989 to discover whether there was a scene featuring Slimer cut from the original print of "Ghostbusters II."
When did we learn that Wolverine had problems with his memory? Surprisingly late in his comic career, as it turns out...
As the United States Presidential cycle kicks into high gear, CBR spotlights 16 comic book characters that ran for President!
CSBG examines the X-Men storyline that revealed Magneto might have intentionally let his first child die!
In the debut of a new feature on comic retcons we want to see, CSBG explains why Apocalypse should be behind Weapon X and Wolverine's adamantium.
CSBG answers a bunch of reader-submitted questions, including their latest involving the Man of Steel's actual death count.
CSBG explains how Barbara Gordon went from the events of "The Killing Joke" to the Birds of Prey founding member known as Oracle.
CSBG has a library of top five lists, including their latest, the best battles between Marvel's Incredible Hulk and Wolverine over the years!
Was Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's tale meant to be in continuity? And did Wally West's friend Chunk nearly get his own series?
The Line It Is Drawn celebrates its 300th edition by taking some comic book characters years into the future with some special guest artists!
With "Star Trek Beyond" now in theaters, CBR counts down the greatest "Star Trek" comic book stories ever told.
We all know that for a brief moment in time, the Hulk and Bruce Banner's personalities became a healthy whole -- or did they?
Discover which color of shirt was truly the most dangerous to wear for the original crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
CSBG finds at least one new comic book cover released each week that is an homage, with the streak now hitting a remarkable 200 consecutive weeks!
In honor of "Star Trek Beyond" opening this weekend, CSBG shares a collection of classic Line it is Drawn Star Trek pieces.
CSBG has the hilariously silly reason why Paramount wouldn't allow DC Comics to do a Superman/Star Trek crossover.