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CSBG looks at some of the gimmick foil covers of the '90s and determine whether or not the stories were any good. In the hot seat is "The Flash."
CSBG looks at '90s comic covers to discover if there's more to the book's than just their gimmick covers, including the latest, "Cyberspace 3000" #1!
CSBG checks out gimmick covers from the 1990s to see if they're actually good, including the latest, Valiant's chromium cover for "Bloodshot" #1.
CSBG continues looking at whether gimmick cover comics are any good by looking at what was likely the first one, "Legends of the Dark Knight" #1!
CSBG takes a look at the foil covers for Marvel's 1995 crossover, "Age of Apocalypse," and determines if the stories inside those shiny covers were any good.
For Daredevil's 50th anniversary, CSBG looks at DD's past and examines Miller and Romita Jr.'s red foil-covered retelling of Daredevil's origins.
In the latest installment of theirs spotlight on '90s gimmick covers, CSBG takes a look at "Captain America" #450 and whether it was a gimmick or good!
In honor of the release of "All-New Ghost Rider" #1, CSBG takes a look at one of the most famous gimmick covers of all-time to see if it passes muster.
In honor of Valentine's Day, Gimmick or Good? turns it spotlight on "Superman: The Wedding Album" and its white embossed cover.
With a new "Wolverine" #1 on sale, CSBG examines Wolverine's first gimmick cover, 1991's "Wolverine" #50, to determine if it was good or just a gimmick.
The second half of the story behind the Hobgoblin's true identity is filled with mighty Marvel retcons, backtracking and revelations!
The story of how Roderick Kingsley became the one, true Hobgoblin is filled with twists, turns and surprises befitting a classic villain's back story.
CSBG's Mark Ginocchio takes a look at the lenticular covered "Sensational Spider-Man" #0, Ben Reilly's debut as Spider-Man! Was it a gimmick... or good?
CSBG's Mark Ginocchio examines '90s gimmick covers to see if they were just gimmicks or if they were actually good comics, including Bane breaking Batman's back.
In honor of the release of Marvel's "Infinity," CSBG's spotlight on '90s gimmick covers spotlights 1993's Infinity Crusade #1 and determines if the issue's foil cover was the only thing good about it.