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While "Sins of the Past" was Deadpool's second solo outing, rumor has it Mark Waid tried to quit his first ever Marvel assignment.
In this classic Comic Book Legend, CSBG looks at how Spider-Man's iconic mask played a role in the creation of Deadpool.
Did Mark Waid try to get out of writing the second Deadpool miniseries after taking the gig? And does Alan Moore really not like any adaptations of his work?
Superman famously used his heat vision on Mongul during the classic tale, but find out if it was the first time he used it on another person.
Mark Waid's seminal "Flash" tale was also meant to feature an Allen in an key role, but was Barry not supposed to be the one returning?
Who was "Marvel Zombies" originally about, and what forced the idea to change? Plus, a legend about Alan Moore and the Justice League cartoon!
Was Joe Mad's last issue of "Uncanny X-Men" partially drawn by another artist after some of his art was lost? The legend revealed at last!
Was Logan originally meant to beat Spidey in "Spider-Man vs. Wolverine?" And did some of Joe Mad's last "Uncanny X-Men" issue have to be re-drawn?
Learn what the fan-favorite writer had to tell the higher ups at Image Comics to get his massively popular zombie series a green light.
Was the mysterious X-Man known as Joseph meant to Magneto, Proteus or something else entirely? Plus, the big lie that gave us "The Walking Dead!"
Two heavyweights nearly collided on Marvel Comics' "Doctor Strange" in the '90s, but what stopped this legendary team-up from happening?
Did a potential lawsuit make "Squadron Supreme" a limited series? Plus, two Dr. Strange legends involving Harlan Ellison and Ditko swipes!
Impulse made his debut in "Flash" #92, but Comic Book Legends Revealed explores whether or not he was meant to race for another publisher.
Why was an episode of "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends" pulled from TV? And did Jim Starlin nearly kill off Shang-Chi?
Was "Final Crisis" writer Grant Morrison forced by DC editorial to change the ending of the event series so it wouldn't be such a downer?
This week, did parents complain that Red Skull was a Nazi? Did "Final Crisis" change to deliver a happier ending? When did the Daily Star become the Daily Planet?
Was "Dapper Men" & "Mind the Gap" writer Jim McCann for Brian Michael Bendis bringing Bobbi Morse back to life during Marvel's "Secret Invasion?"
Learn whether Cable nearly joined a different team and whether DC sued a newspaper for being called Daily Planet, plus more Star Wars legends!
Did Star Brand and the rest of Marvel's New Universe crowd out the publisher's "Star Wars" title after more than 100 issues?
In honor of "The Force Awakens," CSBG has a collection of Star Wars-related comic book legends.
Did a Marvel Comics letterer design the famous "Star Wars" logo for twenty-five bucks? And did the New Universe kill "Star Wars?"
David Michelinie and Walt Simonson proposed a storyline for Marvel's "Star Wars" comic that would have mirrored a major "Return of the Jedi" plot point.
Learn about the Marvel comic that had to change its ending because the concept of pacifism was essentially banned from the Star Wars Universe!
Learn about pop art legend Andy Warhol's unauthorized and truly bizarre "Batman Dracula," an early example of a fan film.
Has Marvel banned the problematic Ms. Marvel story in "Avengers" #200 from ever being reprinted?
Invisible Woman has been a major part of the Marvel Universe and the Fantastic Four for 50+ years, but did she almost go solo in the mid-'80s?
Did DC and Marvel once nearly make an epic trade? And why didn't DC want to share the secret origin of the Legion of Superheroes' Clubhouse?
With "The Wiz" debuting live on NBC tonight, check out this CBLR where we discover whether DC was going to do a comic book based on it in 1978!
Comic Book Legends Revealed asks whether Marvel nearly had Northstar die of AIDs in the '80s. Plus, the secrets of the '90s animated Hobgoblin & Jughead's Native American past.
CSBG reveals the surprising inspiration for Carrie Kelley, the Robin from Frank Miller's classic "Dark Knight Returns."
Did Charles Schulz's affair in the late 1960s spill over into the "Peanuts" strip? Comic Book Legends Revealed gets to the bottom of this mystery.
Did Charles Schulz send secret messages to his mistress in "Peanuts" strips? And did famous Spirit femme fatale Sand Seref almost debut in another comic?
Slott's take on the Mighty Avengers was a nod to the early days of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, but why did he set his sights on the fuzzy blue elf?
Was the very-Catholic Nightcrawler originally intended to be Jewish? Did he nearly become an Avenger? And was he almost revealed as Sabretooth's son?
With 007 returning to theaters in "Spectre," Comic Book Legends Revealed investigated whether former Bond Girl Melina Havelock inspired Elektra.
Did Chris Claremont nearly join Scott Lobdell on Marvel's core X-Men titles in 1998? Plus, a surprisingly spoiler-filled Batman action figure.
Ben Cooper made some fantastic costumes, and we've seen the Spectre on the packaging. But did the company ever produce one for the DC character?
Did a Ben Cooper costume inspire the creation of Spider-Man? And was Ben Cooper the first company to trademark the term "super hero?"
Max Allan Collins was hired to adapt the 1990 film as a novel, but why did it six tries before the book finally revealed the identity of the Blank?
Did Siegel & Shuster turn down a chance for Superman to appear years before "Action Comics" #1? And did Denny O'Neil base Talia on a James Bond character?