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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?
Mary Jane saved Spider-Man and Iron Man this week as the Iron Spider, and CBR spotlights a dozen other times she became a hero and saved the day.
The latest "bad" superhero fight spotlight falls on Miles Morales taking out the son of Mephisto when the rest of the Avengers couldn't beat him.
CSBG explains how the sequel to "God Loves, Man Kills" was stretched and altered to make it tie into the second X-Men film, "X2: X-Men United."
Jane Foster is a worthy Thor today, but was she once ruled "unworthy" to wield Mjolnir? CSBG explains that story and more forgotten comic book plots.
Was Mary Jane and Peter Parker's baby originally meant to live? And who was the visual inspiration for Wolverine?
CBR looks at the incredible 13 times Bruce Banner was seemingly cured of his Hulk affliction while debating whether the current cure will last.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of DC vs. Marvel, the Line draws brand new battles between the universe's biggest characters!
Deadpool's face mask is distinguished by the point on the back of it, but it wasn't always there. CSBG answers when it became part of his look.
We do our patriotic duty by revealing a special "lost" episode of "Cheers" produced specially for the United States government!
Find out the hilarious way Marvel Comics got rid of a character from the "Star Wars" comic book series that George Lucas wanted them to dump.
As we celebrate Independence Day in the United States, party with Batman as he visits all 50 states in the union!
Captain America may not be fighting for the good guys right now, but he's racked up plenty of patriotic moments in 75 years at Marvel Comics.
Superman celebrates the Fourth of July the only way he knows how, by pointing out the virtues of "truth, justice and the American way."
CSBG has a great library of top five lists, including their latest, the top five Marvel Comics team-ups between Spider-Man and Wolverine.