Brevoort Talks "Captain America's" Shocking, Controversial Twist
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With Steve Rogers returning as Captain America next week, CSBG looks back at the top five times he quit (and then returned) as Captain America.
Discover why George Lucas originally didn't think Darth Vader was such a great villain and wanted to kill him off as soon as possible.
Known best for writing DC Comics' "Teen Titans" series, Wolfman's body of work is probably more expansive and eclectic than most fans realize.
In its latest look at notable retcons, CSBG examines the strange history of the Scarlet Witch remembering - and forgetting - she once had children.
CSBG revisits the strange point in Marvel Comics history when Black Panther gained telepathic and precognitive abilities. No, seriously!
CSBG answers reader-submitted questions, like the latest: Has Iron Man lifted Thor's hammer? If not, just who HAS over the years?
Although "Batman Adventures" was canceled before the mystery could be solved, Dan Slott eventually revealed the Red Hood's identity.
CSBG has an archive of comic plots probably best forgotten, including "Does Captain America even know what MySpace is?" rhetorical attack from "Civil War: Frontline."
CSBG massive library retcons includes the shocking, convoluted way Immortus ruined the Vision and Scarlet Witch's lives for his own goals.
Did Spider-Verse really have an appearance from every Spider-Man iteration? And who was the Red Hood in Dan Slott and Ty Templeton's "Batman Adventures?"
This week, "Civil War" leaks into The Line, with our artists depicting superheroes... fighting other superheroes!
Remember the time Marvel's resident vampire hunter lost a hand? So why does he have two hands, now?
CSBG reveals the mysterious villain who helped orchestrate the events that led to Marvel's first "Civil War."
Discover the dark storyline Joss Whedon had planned for Inara involving the mysterious syringe from the first episode of "Firefly."
Remember the time Captain America had to dress like an old lady to sneak into Germany to stop a Nazi plot?
CSBG looks at the (almost) hidden reason why Tony Stark/Iron Man supported the Superhuman Registration Act during Marvel's "Civil War."
CSBG's archive of bad comic book ideas includes the "Civil War" story that compared Japanese internment camps during WWII to Spider-Man.
Joe Simon's great eye for design was once tested by... a delicious frozen treat?! Learn the bizarre origin of Captain America's greatest foe.
CSBG's library of top five lists includes a look at the biggest continuity conflicts during "Civil War," like if registered heroes work for SHIELD.
To commemorate "Captain America: Civil War," CSBG spotlights past legends about the two men at the center of "Civil War" -- Cap and Iron Man!