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CSBG looks back at the strange way the Olympic Games ended up leading to Marvel's first miniseries, "Contest of Champions."
CSBG finds at least one new comic book cover released each week that is an homage, with the streak now hitting a remarkable 200 consecutive weeks!
Al Ewing tells CBR how Battleworld was refashioned and why Marvel's heroes and villains are fighting to the death to appease a god-like Maestro.
Wind down your Sunday with new Marvel art including "Captain America" 75th Anniversary covers, "Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" and more.
CSBG looks at old comic book stories that are funny/interesting in hindsight, like whether "Contest of Champions" first assembled the Illuminati.
Al Ewing spoke with Punisher 2099 joining the cast, the emergence of the mysterious substance Iso-8, and the Batman-esque character on his way.
Battlerealm forces unwilling pawns to fight for their lives and a chance to return home in Al Ewing & Paco Medina's "Contest of Champions."
Al Ewing & Paco Medina scour the Marvel Universe for an in-continuity tale of a broken section of space-time where the fights never stop.
In a new variant cover by Mark Bagley, "Contest of Champions" #1 appears to signal the return of Outlaw, a Punisher-inspired British vigilante.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG examines Black Widow's surprising success in the second "Contest of Champions."
Al Ewing discusses bringing heroes and villains together across time and space for epic battles, and how their fights will affect the greater Marvel U.
The comic, based on a the video game of the same name, will introduce new characters into the post-"Secret Wars" continuity.
In a CBR exclusive announcement, "Infinity: The Hunt" writer Matt Kindt discusses reviving Marvel's Contest of Champions concept and how he - and Thanos - will challenge the next wave of young Marvel heroes.