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Did McCay's film "The Sinking of the Lusitania," based on the sinking of the passenger ship, inspire the United States to join the war effort?
Did Nightwing and Oracle get engaged because Dick was meant to die in "Infinite Crisis?" Plus, the secret of Argentina's Flush Man and more!
In honor of their latest big screen adventure, CSBG has assembled a collection of past legends involving Marvel's Avengers!
"Avengers Disassembled" put numerous plot threads in motion, some of them organic, some forced, and at least one way ahead of schedule.
Did the failed JLA/Avengers crossover give us "Crisis on Infinite Earths?" Was Scarlet Witch once green? Was there a Wanda/Captain America romance?
Was an issue of "Avengers West Coast" edited because a scene between Scarlet Witch and Wonder Man went way too far?
With Valiant's "Harbinger" headed to film, Comic Book Legends Revealed explores the title's genesis -- and how the legendary comedian fits in.
Following this week's Iceman news, learn which Silver Age character Marvel legend Stan Lee has said he intended to be gay.
"Ghost Rider" #10's cover teased a battle against the Hulk, but inside was... a reprint of his origin? Learn how this strange story became reality.
Discover CSBG's collection of Daredevil-related legends, like how we nearly had a "Daredevil" cartoon with Daredevil's seeing eye dog sidekick.
This week, learn what Frank Miller "Daredevil" story began as a treatment for a TV series for the hero, some 30 years before Netflix!
After departing Marvel's X-Men books shortly after drawing "Days of Future Past," did Marvel really opt not to use Byrne's final cover?
We address rumors about the X-Men post-"Secret Wars," what could have been John Byrne's final X-Men cover - and Garfield/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?
Rumor has it Marie Severin would color violent panels in old EC Comics all one color to tone down the violence -- but is it true?
Art from a never-published Superman tale by comic book legends Dave Gibbons, Brian Bolland, Alan Davis and Garry Leach! Plus, EC Comics and Daredevil!
Rumor has it legendary artist George Perez wouldn't draw DC's Vibe because he felt he was an offensive stereotype -- but is it true?
How offensive was Hank Ketcham's first attempt at introducing an African-American character into his "Dennis the Menace" comic strip?
Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at whether Marvel altered the Brazilian edition of "Born Again" to make Iron Man fit in with their continuity.
Learn how the "Lois & Clark" TV show forced the Superman comics to get their version of the characters hitched in a hurry! Plus, how did a haircut land an inker a job?
Dwayne McDuffie's time on "Justice League of America" hit a bit of a snag when Hawkgirl died and was revived by DC -- but no one told him.
Did the Man of Steel's Super-Mullet owe its origins to the "Lois and Clark" TV series? And what is the real original Batmobile?!
Celebrate Howard the Duck's new series with our comic book legends related to the Master of Quack-Fu, like how he had to wear pants due to a lawsuit from Disney!
After debuting in 1973, it took the Punisher 12 years to finally headline his own series. And the original "Secret Wars" is to blame.
This week, learn of a never-published Alex Ross series starring Bat-Boy! Plus, legends involving Green Lantern, the Punisher and "Secret Wars!"
With Mike Colter revealing Netflix's "Luke Cage" series will be "adult oriented," CSBG revisits a comic book legend about a controversial "Alias" issue.
The ill-fated team book starring a group of Titans from the future may have started off with much grander plans from DC Comics -- or did it?
CBLR has featured many tales of comic book stories that never got a chance to happen, and now they're all collected in one place.
As Black History Month comes to an end, learn the inspiring story of the first African-American character in "Peanuts." Plus, a "Spider-Man Unlimited" legend!
Neil Gaiman worked with artist Bill Sienkiewicz for the Delirium story in 2003's "Endless Nights" OGN, but did the story run out of order?
This week, learn why Marvel initially twice received an R-rating for "The Avengers!" Plus, legends involving the comic Avengers and Neil Gaiman!
Did the writer really share photocopied pages of the death sequence in "Alpha Flight" #12 with fans at a convention before the issue was out?
Did "Superman" originally include a musical sequence with Margot Kidder singing? Plus, legends involving Peter David, John Byrne and Mark Waid!
CSBG has Comic Book Legend Paul Smith's unused designs of Wonder Woman, after leaving the project due to disputes over her cleavage and pants
Did veteran artist Paul Smith really walk off Jeph Loeb's "Love and War" story at DC Comics because he didn't like the cut of Wonder Woman's pants?
Learn which comic book superstar designed Indiana Jones' look! Did the Punisher really once kill someone for jaywalking? Plus, Wonder Woman's pants!
Did the famous British comedian seriously have a part in the creation of She-Hulk? And how did a single panel change a major aspect of the Dark Phoenix Saga?
Did Batman almost brandish pistols during the 1960's "New Look" era? Does the Multiverse owe its existence to Carmine Infantino messing with Julie Schwartz?
Did Marvel kill off a major character this week over movie rights? Plus, did Wolverine really get re-drawn as Storm in an issue of "X-Men?"
In this all Spider-Man edition of CBLR, did Marvel allow a University to name its mascot "Spidey"?
Did Superman really spark a disagreement between Albert Einstein and Isaac Asimov! Plus, what came first - the Supermobile toy or comic?