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Was Joe Mad's last issue of "Uncanny X-Men" partially drawn by another artist after some of his art was lost? The legend revealed at last!
CSBG's archive of stories that comment on comic creators includes a heartfelt tribute to a Superman legend in "Legion of Super-Heroes."
In honor of the late Alan Rickman, our artists team his on-screen persona of Severus Snape with comic book heroes and villains.
Was Logan originally meant to beat Spidey in "Spider-Man vs. Wolverine?" And did some of Joe Mad's last "Uncanny X-Men" issue have to be re-drawn?
CSBG's latest spotlight on notable comic book retcons looks at the long-awaited retcon of Cap's history as "Snap" Wilson, street hustler.
In their latest reader-submitted question, CSBG tries to solve the mystery of the seemingly missing 149th issue of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
Travel back a long time ago, to the '70s, to learn how the classic "Star Wars" novel "Splinter of the Mind's Eye," was almost the saga's first movie sequel.
CSBG's latest spotlight on long-resolved comic book plots looks at how Captain America resolved an Alpha Flight murder mystery after five years.
Now that "The X-Files" has returned (with monster ratings), we want to know what you thought of the series' debut episodes.
A Wendigo took on both Hulk and Wolverine in the same fight, so how did Sabretooth managed to beat one on his own?
CSBG's massive top fives library now includes their latest addition, the top five comic book fights between Captain America and Iron Man.
Learn what the fan-favorite writer had to tell the higher ups at Image Comics to get his massively popular zombie series a green light.
CSBG has a collection of reader-submitted questions, including wondering when, exactly, Deadpool became an R-rated character in the comics?
Captain America's legendary battle cry: "Only one of us is going to walk out of here... and it won't be me!" is one of of comics' silliest moments.
Marvel celebrated Cap's 75th Anniversary this week by announcing the return of Steve Rogers as Captain America. Now check out his greatest stories!
Was the mysterious X-Man known as Joseph meant to Magneto, Proteus or something else entirely? Plus, the big lie that gave us "The Walking Dead!"
The Line celebrates Davie Bowie's legacy with mash-ups and other tributes, from Bowie as Starman, to Superman as the Man Who Fell to Earth.
What did you think of the first chapter of The CW's new time-traveling superhero drama?
DC Comics is revisiting 1993 crossover "Bloodlines," and CSBG has the rundown on ALL of the new characters introduced in the original event.
This week we boldly look at a surprising lawsuit in which a video game company claimed the owners of "Star Trek" essentially ruined the franchise.