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CSBG has the hilariously silly reason why Paramount wouldn't allow DC Comics to do a Superman/Star Trek crossover.
CSBG spotlights the time that a "Star Trek" comic book was published with a Black Sulu and a White Uhura!
With the mysterious Gotham and Gotham Girl currently appearing in "Batman," CBR looks at ten other heroes who weren't what they appeared to be.
CSBG always answers reader-submitted questions, including whether the Hulk could have torn Wolverine's adamantium skeleton apart.
CSBG has a collection of really bad comic book ideas, like the Titans character who once used a rather delicate body part to kill a guy.
CSBG has a library of top five countdowns, including their latest, a look at the top five biggest rampages the Incredible Hulk ever went on!
If you've read the "Ghostbusters II" comic, you probably didn't realize you weren't getting the whole story. Find out why Columbia wanted it removed!
Following "Civil War" #3's example, CBR looks at ten other examples of hero-on-hero crime where the stakes were so high murder was the only option.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book retcons, like the surprisingly complicated history of whether or not Hawkeye is hearing impaired.
Was Kevin Smith's "Daredevil" run almost over before it began? And see the "Ghostbusters II" comic's ending Columbia Pictures wouldn't let be published!
CSBG's latest look at a dropped plots shows how Marvel changed course about Magneto's return to villainy in the first "X-Men vs. Avengers" series.
The Line celebrates the unique crossover event from two decades ago with some original inter-publisher mash-up of our own!
Now that they share some heavy duty history, CSBG looks back at one of their strangest fights, when Hawkeye took on the Hulk solo... and won?!
After the shocking events of "Civil War II" #3, CBR looks at ten times Clint Barton talked about killing that are hilarious in hindsight.
Discover how the character of Winston went from a major player in the 1984 comedy to being such a small part that it haunted Ernie Hudson for years.
Now that we know who died -- and who did the killing -- in "Civil War II" #3, what did you think? Was it a fitting end for one of Marvel's oldest characters?
In honor of Bruce Banner's green-hued alter ego, CBR commemorates 17 times the Hulk smashed his way to glory at Marvel Comics.
CSBG tries to answer a reader-submitted question about which DC and Marvel characters has escaped death the longest, and it's a tricky one.
CSBG has an archive of top five countdowns, including their latest, a look at DC Comics' top five Batman Elseworlds storylines.
You probably remember Terra from Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray & Amanda Conner's "Power Girl," but do you know what the original plan for her was?