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CSBG continues the countdown of your all-time favorite Joker stories, featuring the work of Paul Dini, Denny O'Neil and Bill Finger!
You voted, and now CSBG begins the countdown of your picks for the 75 greatest Joker comic book stories ever told!
With Paul Rudd now officially a superhero, we want to know - what did you think of the final part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Phase Two?
CSBG spotlights John Ostrander's classic "Suicide Squad" run, explaining why the movie's inspiration is a "must own" series.
CSBG spotlights Scott Lang's unlikeliest Ant-Man victory, when he and Wasp beat Absorbing Man, who routinely takes on the whole of the Avengers.
Learn how veteran animator Warren Greenwood pitched his Space Dog to his bosses -- and then retroactively protected his creation from theft.
CSBG has a collection of famous comic book retcons, including the brief return of Hank Pym's dead first wife in the pages of "West Coast Avengers."
CSBG has an archive of obscure pop culture references in comics, including the bawdy origin of a Stan Lee/Jack Kirby Silver Age super villain.
One "Avengers Annual" keeps popping up in CSBG's spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, and now it makes another appearance for Wasp vs. her her ex.
Hank Pym is forever haunted by the time he struck his wife, Janet Van Dyne, but in this classic edition of CBLR, discover if it was actually supposed to happen.
Was Wolverine about to be written out of the X-Men when John Byrne took over? Did Walter Simonson create his "Surtur Saga" ten years before writing "Thor"?
With "Ant-Man" in theaters, we can't say these will never happen. Uur artists drew some of your ideas for unlikely Marvel Movies.
With Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" arriving tomorrow, CSBG spotlights the goofiest moments from the first ten comics featuring Ant-Man.
Discover the surprising place where we first heard Uncle Ben tell Peter Parker that "with great power there must also come great responsibility."
This week, prepare to learn about the complicated world of film rights when we delve into whether Marvel owns the right to make a "Hulk" movie.
CSBG has a collection of answers to reader-submitted questions, like their latest, just why exactly weren't the X-Men in "Infinity Gauntlet?"
In their latest look at "bad" comic fights, CSBG revisits the disappointing death of Spidey foe Hobgoblin, which was thankfully later retconned.
CSBG collects plots writers go to over and over, and the latest looks at just how many times the Justice League's headquarters has been destroyed.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book firsts, including their latest: When did Wonder Woman first gain the ability to fly?
Did Frank Miller really have an issue with Klaus Janson's inks when the two were working together on "Dark Knight Returns?"