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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.
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether the Man of Steel's 50th anniversary led to a new story that wasn't made for DC's normal audience.
Captain America may be hailing Hydra these days (and always), but he's far from the first Marvel hero to pledge his allegiance to evil organization.
CSBG answers reader-submitted questions, like who has managed to stopp the "unstoppable" Juggernaut over the years?
CSBG has an archive of comic plots that readers wish they could forget, like Speedball's bizarre descent into becoming the "hero" Penance.
Read up on odd, forgotten comic plots, like Wolverine's hidden leprechaun past and when Human Torch married a woman who was identical to his sister!
Learn the origin of Deadpool's fascination with chimichangas, and whether Grant Morrison forgot how "Son of Demon" went when he created Damian Wayne.
For the 4th of July weekend, the Line celebrates American history with superheroes teamed up with famous historical figures, both real and fictional!
Years before she became the new Thor, Jane Foster shared a body with the Asgardian Sif. Whatever happened to that story? CSBG has the answers!
CSBG's latest spotlight on cool current comic bits looks at how "Howard the Duck" basically just added the cat from "We3" to its supporting cast.
Did Harrison Ford really improvise that legendary line from "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back"?
With the Cosmic Cube, Red Skull and Thanos have re-shaped the entire Marvel Universe. But where did it come from, and how does it work?
CSBG tries to figure it out where Batman took the body after famously beating Ra's al Ghul in a bare chested sword fight in the desert.
In their latest look at inexplicable comic book plots, CSBG looks at how the second "Astonishing X-Men" arc used a conceit that wasn't correct.
In 1991, Rob Liefeld & Fabian Nicieza remade the X-Men's teen team into a take-no-prisoners paramilitary unit, defining a decade and breaking sales records.
Earth now has two Green Lanterns protecting it -- learn the origins of Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz, the GLs of Sector 2814.
CSBG has a library of top five lists, including their latest -- the top five Spider-Man deaths in Marvel's "What If...?" comics.
If "Independence Day: Resurgence" isn't your idea of fun, then settle in with CBR's rundown of the best alien invasions in comics.