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CSBG looks at how Marvel's Iron Fist came back to life in John Byrne's "Namor" after dying in the last issue of "Power Man and Iron Fist."
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs features comic book cameos from classic TV characters from "Cheers," "I Love Lucy" and more!
CSBG has a massive library of top five lists, including the all-time greatest Captain America covers drawn by the inimitable Mike Zeck.
CSBG sifts through the piles of dropped comic book plots to examine whether Marvel's symbiotes Carnage and Venom are still related.
CSBG's collection of regrettable comic book plots includes the time Steve Trevor tried to force Wonder Woman to tie the knot with her own lasso!
CSBG features a series of themed cover galleries, including their latest, 25 covers homaging DC's iconic "Action Comics" #1 cover.
The unresolved comic book plots archive includes the woman who helped the X-Men against the Brood... and might still be trapped in a freezer.
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!
CSBG's archive of stories that comment on comic creators includes a heartfelt tribute to a Superman legend in "Legion of Super-Heroes."
CSBG's latest spotlight on notable comic book retcons looks at the long-awaited retcon of Cap's history as "Snap" Wilson, street hustler.
In their latest reader-submitted question, CSBG tries to solve the mystery of the seemingly missing 149th issue of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
CSBG's latest spotlight on long-resolved comic book plots looks at how Captain America resolved an Alpha Flight murder mystery after five years.
A Wendigo took on both Hulk and Wolverine in the same fight, so how did Sabretooth managed to beat one on his own?
CSBG's massive top fives library now includes their latest addition, the top five comic book fights between Captain America and Iron Man.
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.
CSBG has a collection of reader-submitted questions, including wondering when, exactly, Deadpool became an R-rated character in the comics?
Captain America's legendary battle cry: "Only one of us is going to walk out of here... and it won't be me!" is one of of comics' silliest moments.
Marvel celebrated Cap's 75th Anniversary this week by announcing the return of Steve Rogers as Captain America. Now check out his greatest stories!
Join Chad Nevett, Joey Aulisio and special guest Tim Callahan for an in-depth examination of the first issue of Frank Miller's latest Batman tale.
Have you ever wished you could see something as awesome as Captain America transformed into a werewolf? Thanks to CSBG, it's your lucky day!
After revealing the Top 50 Marvel Comics characters based on your votes, CSBG now invites you to scope out the complete Marvel Top 100!
Two heavyweights nearly collided on Marvel Comics' "Doctor Strange" in the '90s, but what stopped this legendary team-up from happening?
CSBG has an archive of comic book plots that didn't work out so well, like Marvel's odd "celebration" of the first Martin Luther King Day!
We counted down your top 50 DC Comics Characters of all-time, but due to popular demand we now reveal the full Top 100! See who made the cut.
CSBG has a collection of notable dropped comic book plots, like when Sabretooth appeared to be Wolverine's father... or was he?
CSBG's latest spotlight on writers ignoring older plots looks at how Black Cat forgot all about "Maximum Carnage" during "Venom vs Carnage."
CSBG looks at the odd debut of DC Comics character Star Sapphire in their latest look at the weirdest comics of all-time!
CSBG looks at how "Ghost Rider's" premature demise was smoothed over by its writer, Howard Mackie, in the pages of Marvel's "Spider-Man."
In their latest retro connection spotlight, CSBG looks at how Magneto and Banshee were somehow tied into the origin of Wolverine villain Omega Red.
CSBG has a massive library of top five lists, including their new addition, the top five worst Justice League members of all-time!
Impulse made his debut in "Flash" #92, but Comic Book Legends Revealed explores whether or not he was meant to race for another publisher.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at a recent battle where Harley Quinn took out Wonder Woman a bit too easily.
CSBG's archive of comics commenting on other comic creators includes a tearful tribute to the passing of the legendary Archie Goodwin.
Meet Elsie Dee, the little girl robot Wolverine "fought" (alongside Albert, a robot Wolvie), and CSBG's collection of other bizarrely cool stories.
CSBG's new feature on how comic books are depicted outside of comics looks at a Disney show using a Batman comic book to teach a lesson.
CSBG's spotlight on crazy comic book ads now includes a 1970 ad for an inflatable life-size doll that (kind of) explains why any kid would want one.
Wolverine has always worked well opposite younger female heroes and CSBG has the best examples of this trope. Will #1 be Kitty Pryde or Jubilee?
Comics Should Be Good! debuts its new feature "Wrap It Up" by revisiting how Spider-Woman's life was saved after her book's sudden cancellation.
CSBG examines comic book plots resolved long after being introduced like how poorly the X-Men's Legacy Virus plot went before its resolution.
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?