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CSBG is nearing the end of their countdown of your picks for the greatest Joker comic book stories ever told! Check out what made it thus far.
CSBG has been counting down your picks for the greatest Joker stories ever told and they've cracked the top twenty! See which stories made it.
CSBG looks at how Marvel's "Star Wars" comics had to quickly drop the romantic plot with Luke & Leia after they were revealed as brother and sister.
CSBG spoke with frequent collaborators Ostrander & Mandrake about their Kickstarter campaign for a new OGN about a Civil War-era vampire hunter.
In the latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at when Green Arrow won a fight by choking a villain who doesn't need to breathe.
As thanks for a 3D shadowbox, Walt Simonson drew a massive Batman piece. But was that enough to greenlight a story based on it?
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book cliches, like a woman getting romantically involved with Wolverine being the kiss of death for her.
The countdown hits the top 25 with today's Joker stories, including Joker's contribution to Loeb & Sale's "The Long Halloween!"
With rumors of Fox crossing over its X-Men and Fantastic Four film franchises, CSBG spotlights the best X-Men/Fantastic Four comic book crossovers.
CSBG continues their countdown of the greatest Joker comic book stories of all-time with #35-26 on the list!
After looking at how Scott Lang's death was overturned, CSBG now looks at how the same thing happened to his daughter.
In their latest spotlight on overturned comic book plots, CSBG looks at how Scott Lang was brought back after his death in "Avengers Disassembled."
CSBG spotlights Scott Lang's unlikeliest Ant-Man victory, when he and Wasp beat Absorbing Man, who routinely takes on the whole of the Avengers.
Learn how veteran animator Warren Greenwood pitched his Space Dog to his bosses -- and then retroactively protected his creation from theft.
CSBG has a collection of famous comic book retcons, including the brief return of Hank Pym's dead first wife in the pages of "West Coast Avengers."
CSBG has an archive of obscure pop culture references in comics, including the bawdy origin of a Stan Lee/Jack Kirby Silver Age super villain.
One "Avengers Annual" keeps popping up in CSBG's spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, and now it makes another appearance for Wasp vs. her her ex.
Hank Pym is forever haunted by the time he struck his wife, Janet Van Dyne, but in this classic edition of CBLR, discover if it was actually supposed to happen.
With Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" arriving tomorrow, CSBG spotlights the goofiest moments from the first ten comics featuring Ant-Man.
Discover the surprising place where we first heard Uncle Ben tell Peter Parker that "with great power there must also come great responsibility."
CSBG has a collection of answers to reader-submitted questions, like their latest, just why exactly weren't the X-Men in "Infinity Gauntlet?"
In their latest look at "bad" comic fights, CSBG revisits the disappointing death of Spidey foe Hobgoblin, which was thankfully later retconned.
CSBG collects plots writers go to over and over, and the latest looks at just how many times the Justice League's headquarters has been destroyed.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book firsts, including their latest: When did Wonder Woman first gain the ability to fly?
With Elektra making her TV debut in "Daredevil" Season 2, CSBG examines Frank Miller's landmark "farewell" to the character, "Elektra Lives Again."
With Aunt May cast in the new "Spider-Man" film, CSBG revisits her strangest story ever -- not a dream, not a hoax -- when May was the herald of Galactus!
CSBG counts down the top five times Peter Parker decided to hang up the webs and call it a day on his vigilante career as Spider-Man.
In their latest spotlight on old comic book plots that look hilarious in hindsight, CSBG looks at the first time Jim Gordon became Batman!
CSBG collects interesting pieces of comic book history, like the latest, Dave Cockrum & John Romita's designs for the All-New, All-Different X-Men.
Is it really possible Walt Simonson's "Fantastic Four" #345, which came out in 1990, beat scientists to a discovery by nearly 20 years?
In CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, learn what happened when Luke Cage tried to get back money owed to him by Dr. Doom.
In honor of Independence Day in the United States, CSBG spotlights Batman's visits to every state in the Union!
CSBG has a collection of notable dropped comic book plots, such as the Wasp's short-lived time as a mutated, wasp-like creature.
CSBG's latest spotlight on changes to comics based on outside media shows how DC changed Gotham City's skyline to match the Tim Burton Batman films.
With the Joker's seeming death in "Batman" #40, CSBG revisits a bizarre stretch of early Batman comics where the Joker repeatedly fell to his death.
Kelly Thompson spotlights five comic book series she came to love due to their sense of humor, from "Nextwave" to "Astonishing X-Men."
In the latest spotlight on comic stories best forgotten, CSBG revisits the Batman tale where we learned too much about Batman's bladder & sexual prowess.
Did Kurt Busiek bring Kevin Maguire about DC's "Wildcard" only to have editors vying for his services on other, higher-profile books?
CSBG has an archive of comic-related questions they've answered for readers over the years, including answering what Cap's shield is made out of.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG examines when Catwoman took out a villain the entire Justice League couldn't defeat.