First Look at DC Rebirth Designs For Bizarro, Red Robin, Batman Beyond & More
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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!
In honor of "Captain America: Civil War," learn whether Captain America and Iron Man were supposed to face off during Marvel's first "Civil War!"
This week, the Line artists draw homages of classic DC Comics covers, plus a bonus homage to Brian Bolland's classic "Killing Joke" Joker!
With Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" now in theaters, CSBG revisits the top five comic book fights between Captain America and Iron Man.
Believe it or not, for decades Captain America's shield wasn't indestructible. Find out when it finally became that way!
Discover whether there was almost a love triangle in "Spider-Man 2" involving Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson and ... Doctor Octopus.
Unexpected guest star cameos, unofficial crossovers and more "Star Wars"-themed comic book homages!
Why did the New Gods' Highfather select just eight superheroes to protect the entire DC Universe in "Cosmic Odyssey?"
Batman. Wonder Woman. Superman. Harley Quinn. Which of DC's recently revealed Rebirth redesigns do you like best?
CSBG answers a variety of reader-submitted questions, like their latest -- has the Incredible Hulk ever lifted Thor's hammer, Mjolnir?
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether writer/artist John Byrne was asked to join Image as the company was being founded in the '90s.
CSBG has a library of top five countdowns, including the latest, the five coolest moments from Marvel's original "Civil War" crossover event.
CSBG has a collection of comic book plots that didn't go so well, like when the original X-Men pretended their own and foster anti-mutant hysteria.
CSBG's archive of notable unresolved comic plots includes things like what was in the Scarlet Witch's closet in "New Avengers" after "House of M?"
Everyone knows Iron Man was Tony Stark's bodyguard for decades in the comics, but that wasn't always the case. So when did the arrangement start?
Did Marvel remove the "snap" in "Death of Gwen Stacy" reprints? And was John Byrne almost an original Image Comics creator?