8 Marvel Movie Fights That Kicked All the Ass
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The Line present comedians as superheroes, including Weird Al as Deadpool, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as Avengers, and more!
CSBG has a gallery of rejected Spider-Man covers, including work from the likes of Steve Ditko, Gil Kane and Mark Bagley!
Zack Snyder has cited "The Dark Knight Returns" in his depiction of Batman killing in "Batman v Superman." But does the vigilante actually kill anyone in that comic?
CSBG takes a look at some of the puns The CW's "iZombie" sneaks into its brain recipes every week!
CSBG's DC/Marvel TV Superhero Tournament is over. Who did you vote as the winner between Adam West's Batman and Grant Gustin's Flash?
It's the final round of CSBG's DC/Marvel TV Superhero Tournament. Cast your vote to decide if Adam West's Batman or Grant Gustin's Flash will win.
CSBG has a collection of stories likely best forgotten, like the time Batman made Robin's girlfriend Robin to make Tim Drake want to be Robin again.
Did Stan Lee's use of the Marvel Method of writing lead to stories changing from done-in-one to multiple parts during the Marvel Age of Comics?
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights looks at the time the Punisher made fools of Spider-Man, Daredevil and Wolverine.
CSBG archive of notable dropped comic book plots includes when Daredevil's secret was exposed, covered up, exposed and covered up once again!
With Batman and Superman currently facing off at the movies, CBR examines classic comic slugfests between the Dark Knight and Man of Steel.
CSBG has an archive of plots that are amusing in retrospect, like when Marve's Illuminati took out Hulk decades before sending him into space.
With "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" setting up the movie origin of the Justice League, CSBG spotlights their top five comic book origins.
Did Stan Lee's forgetfulness almost result in MJ being "hideous" instead of beautiful? And how did the "Marvel Method" lead to multi-part stories?
Ever wanted to see Hulk Hogan, Donald Trump and Marilyn Monroe drawn as M.O.D.O.K.s? Of course you have!
It's down to Batman, Green Arrow, Wonder Woman and the Flash in the Final Four of CSBG'S DC/Marvel TV Superhero Tournament!
Boldly go with us as we discover which original crew member of the U.S.S. Enterprise invented the first Klingon language.
Learn the surprising way inflation led to Batman and Superman first teaming up in the pages of "World's Finest Comics."
We're now in the Elite Eight of CSBG's DC/Marvel TV Superhero Tournament -- vote for your favorites to make the Final Four!
CSBG has an archive of comic book plots probably best forgotten, like the time that Batman tried to starve one of his villains... to death!