O Say Can You See: The Greatest Patriotic Super Heroes of All-Time
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CSBG examines DC and Marvel's history with trans characters, from "Sandman" in 1991 to "Angela: Asgard's Assassin" in 2015.
Kelly Thompson examines ten of the most badass comic book weapons ever wielded by female comic book heroes.
In their latest look at "bad" superhero fights, CSBG sees the god of thunder, Thor, get handled a bit too easily by the Red Hulk.
CSBG has an archive of unresolved comic book storylines, including the latest, the mystery of why Dazzler cannot seem to be killed.
CSBG has a collection of abandoned storylines, including Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman's fantastically brief tenure as members of the Avengers.
With Tony Stark battling back from addiction during Denny O'Neil's "Iron Man" run, did Marvel originally plan to kill off his replacement?
In their spotlight on comics adapting ideas from other media, CSBG examines the Batcave's introduction and adaptation from the Batman serials.
Batman has had many weird plans to protect his secret identity over the years, but Rainbow Batman might be the weirdest.
CSBG's new feature examines synergy between comics and other media, starting with how DC's John Stewart became a marine to match his cartoon counterpart.
CSBG celebrates Memorial Day by looking at some classic Silver Age war comics that had a decidedly odd (but awesome) flair to them!
With David Letterman retiring and people citing his "Avengers" appearance, CSBG looks at what every Marvel comic did for that "event."
CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights examines when both Wonder Man and Hawkeye (?!?) defeated Hulk foe the Abomination by themselves.
CSBG speaks with former Line it is Drawn artist Bill Walko about his webcomic, "The Hero Business," and bringing it to print via Kickstarter.
Many fans have different recollections when it comes to the "Amazing Spider-Man" story that saw Spidey take on the unstoppable X-Men villain.
CSBG has a collection of weird comic book ads, including one of the stranger products out there -- Cube Lube. What does it do? Find out!
After requests for black-and-white versions of last week's 4-year-old suggested Wonder Woman Line, CSBG now has printable pages perfect for coloring!
Kelly Thompson examines how "Mad Max: Fury Road" can be seen as a feminist template for other films and works of art.
The countdown is complete and now we have a master list of your picks for the 25 greatest Valiant Comics stories ever told.
DC likes for Superman and Batman to meet each other for the first time... a LOT. Check out all their first meetings and more recurring comic book themes.
Did Alan Moore & Brian Bolland's acclaimed graphic novel that explored the relationship between Batman and Joker begin its life as an annual?
In their latest look at "bad" superhero fights, CSBG checks out the time Hawkeye defeated She-Hulk even after she destroyed his bow and arrows.
CSBG collects outdated cultural references in old comics, like the latest, Iron Man defeating the Mandarin by using his armor's... slide rule?!
Those worried about CBS' "Supergirl" shouldn't check out the time Supergirl and Wonder Woman gave up the hero game so cute boys would like them.
CSBG counted down your picks for the top Valiant Comics stories of all-time, and now we have your top choice! What story made it to #1?
CSBG continues to count down your picks for the 25 greatest Valiant Comics stories ever published. Catch up now and see what cracked the top ten.
As seen in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," the Avengers are no strangers to internal conflicts. Check out CSBG's list of the top Avenger courts-martial!
In honor of Valiant's 25th anniversary, CSBG tallied the votes and begins counting down your picks for the 25 greatest Valiant stories ever told.
Kelly Thompson examines the definition of what exactly does it mean for a character to be a "strong female character"?
Quicksilver was a maniacal, murderous supervillain for a period in the 1980s, and CSBG shows how Marvel explained that away & more notable retcons.
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?
When did an Avenger first say "Avengers Assemble!" Find out the answer in CSBG's massive archive of famous comic book firsts.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at how Iron Man managed to take down Captain Marvel at the peak of her powers.
CSBG spotlights retroactive connections between characters, like when seeing Magneto's hair led to the retcon that he fathered Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch.
Before making his film debut in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," Quicksilver had quite the checkered past, and CSBG looks at the worst of the worst.
There's only one day left to vote for the 26 greatest Valiant Comic stories, in honor of their 25th anniversary. Come cast your ballot!
In their latest spotlight on strange comics, CSBG looks at the time that one group of Avengers saved their Avengers teammates through mass suicide!
In honor of their latest big screen adventure, CSBG has assembled a collection of past legends involving Marvel's Avengers!
CSBG collects their picks for the greatest Avengers vs. Ultron battles of all-time. See if your pick made the list!
"Avengers Disassembled" put numerous plot threads in motion, some of them organic, some forced, and at least one way ahead of schedule.
The early issues of "Avengers" by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby were great, but were sometimes pretty goofy. Remember Hulk's robot clown disguise?