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Was Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's tale meant to be in continuity? And did Wally West's friend Chunk nearly get his own series?
CSBG has the hilariously silly reason why Paramount wouldn't allow DC Comics to do a Superman/Star Trek crossover.
CSBG spotlights the time that a "Star Trek" comic book was published with a Black Sulu and a White Uhura!
If you've read the "Ghostbusters II" comic, you probably didn't realize you weren't getting the whole story. Find out why Columbia wanted it removed!
Was Kevin Smith's "Daredevil" run almost over before it began? And see the "Ghostbusters II" comic's ending Columbia Pictures wouldn't let be published!
You probably remember Terra from Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray & Amanda Conner's "Power Girl," but do you know what the original plan for her was?
Was Mary Jane and Peter Parker's baby originally meant to live? And who was the visual inspiration for 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.
Learn the origin of Deadpool's fascination with chimichangas, and whether Grant Morrison forgot how "Son of Demon" went when he created Damian Wayne.
Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at what was supposed to happen in the famed "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" story and just why it was changed.
Plus, how did Neal Adams change the ending of the Green Arrow/Speedy drug story? And, was there a hidden Batman reference on "Spider-Man Animated Series"?
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether negative reaction to the "Clone Saga" forced DC to change its plans for the Superman family event.
Following Marvel's "Dead No More" reveal, revisit the "Clone Saga" with questions like who masterminded it? And how was Superman affected?
Scott Shaw! and Roy Thomas' 1980s superhero animal series may bring nothing but smiles today, but was it poking fun at DC's marquee team?
Was Lee Bermejo's Joker really based on Heath Ledger? And did Grant Morrison almost create a female Doctor for "Doctor Who?"
Find out if Marvel Comics already have Heroes Reborn plans afoot for Steve Rogers before Mark Waid and Ron Garney even took over the title.
Did Fredric Wertham really believe Batman and Robin were gay? And did Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross try to take over Iron Man before they did "Marvels?"
Banshees are women in Irish mythology, but the X-Men character is a man. What gives, and what does Stan Lee have to do with the decision?
How did Magneto factor into the shocking original ending of "X-Men: Zero Tolerance?" And did Deadpool nearly debut in an inter-company crossover?
As the character gets set for her "X-Men: Apocalypse" debut, CSBG revisits whether Psylocke was only supposed to temporarily turn Asian.
What's the strange connection between "The Brady Bunch" and the Titans of the future? Find out in another Comic Book Legend Revealed.
Did the Dark Knight really kill his nemesis at the end of "The Killing Joke?" And did David Choe nearly create an X-Men comic book?
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?"
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.
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!"
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether writer/artist John Byrne was asked to join Image as the company was being founded in the '90s.
Did Marvel remove the "snap" in "Death of Gwen Stacy" reprints? And was John Byrne almost an original Image Comics creator?
Learn the true story behind Roy Thomas and Marv Wolfman's attempts to change the name of DC into something more action-packed.
Did Batman have a What If...? comic a decade before Marvel? And did DC Comics almost change their name to Dynamic Comics?
Did "Batman and Robin" pave the way for a Chris O'Donnell-starring "Nightwing" solo film... or stop it dead in its tracks? Find out!
Was T'Challa intended to debut in his own book in the '60s? And did Nightwing almost get his own movie in the late-90s?
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?
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?
Find out if actor Marlon Brando really wanted to play Jor-El as either a green suitcase or a bagel in Richard Donner's "Superman" movie.
In honor of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," CSBG presents a collection of Batman-related comic book legends!
In honor of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,: CSBG has a collection of Superman-related comic book legends!
Learn how Happy Meals, of all things, helped keep Tim Burton from making a third Batman film. And did Marlon Brando really want to play Jor-El as a bagel?
This week, discover the inspirations for both the Punisher's origin and one of his weirdest stories of all-time!
While the history of G.I. Joe's ninjas is a bright spot for the franchise, was it by design or just something happened while no one was looking?