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In their latest spotlight on strange comic book ads, CSBG looks at a late 1970s ad for a "money maker." Plus, what the heck is "Space Ice" anyways?
As the 31 Days of Comics challenge rolls on, CSBG wants to know which comic you've read the most times?
Every week, CSBG has cool comic creators recommend cool comics. Come read Jay Faerber explain why one era of Marvel's "Avengers" is a hidden gem.
Kelly Thompson puts her own unique spin on the #FourComics meme, by looking at four comics that changed her creative perspective.
CSBG is now accepting submissions from African-American comic creators who want their books spotlighted during next month's Month of African-American Comics.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on moments that look weirder in hindsight, see Magento lusting after the woman he would later believe to be his daughter.
All month long, CSBG is asking readers to share their favorite comics in various categories, like what's the first comic that you ever bought?
CSBG has an archive of famous retcons, including the recent shocking revelation that Magneto is not the father to Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver.
CBSG has a collection of comic book cliches, including Wolverine's famous Claremontism, "I'm the best there is at what I do" and more right here!
CSBG's Greg Burgas breaks down why you really ought to own James Robinson's classic run on DC Comics' "Starman" series.
Kelly Thompson picks more than two dozen new comics worth checking out in 2015. See the list and spot some some of your own upcoming favorites!
Every week, CSBG has cool comic creators recommend cool comics. Come see what NY Times best-selling writer Cullen Bunn picked!
Creators often drop stories from previous writers, like when Catwoman went from being Batman's love interest in the '80s to becoming a bad guy again.
All month long, CSBG is asking readers to share their favorite comics in various categories, like what's your favorite comic book plot twist?
"Spawn the Savior?" It happened, and so did many other bizarre stories where creators comment on other characters in CSBG's "meta-messages" archive.
CSBG's Greg Hatcher explains why the "Charlie Hebdo" attack was horrific but unsurprising, and why extreme reactions can no longer be tolerated.
Check out CSBG's archive of strange comic book stories, like the time Captain America had to pretend to be a woman to save the day!
See the debut of CSBG's new feature examining unresolved storylines, starting with the mystery of Facade and who the 90s' villain was meant to be!
As CSBG celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics' Scarlet Speedster, let's look back at just how silly his origin was.
Every week, CBSG has cool comic creators recommend cool comics. Come see what recent graphic novel longtime star artist Jackson Guice picked!
As we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Flash, discover the bizarre "real" origin of Barry Allen, the Flash!
All month long, CSBG is asking readers to share their favorite comics in various categories, such as what's your comfort comic?
CSBG has a massive collection of comic book moments to peruse, including the epic moment where Superman saved the day by moving the moon!
Kelly Thompson thinks the first issue of Marvel's "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" is criminally cute -- and explains why that's a good thing.
CSBG regularly answers reader inquiries, including their latest question -- a mystery involving Stan Lee and "Amazing Spider-Man" #200!
In the debut of a new feature where top comic creators recommend books, CSBG asked Jeff Lemire for his choice -- and he picked an Eisner Award-winner.
You've seen Stan Lee's Marvel film cameos, and now CSBG collects nearly two dozen cameos by Lee in Marvel Comics!
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book retcons, like the explanation for why Reed supported the Superhero Registration Act during "Civil War."
CSBG has a collection of recurring comic book plots, like Marvel characters frequently visiting the actual Marvel Comics offices.
In CSBG's 31 Days of Comics, every day they ask readers to name a specific type of comic. The first one is "What is your FAVORITE comic?"
It's the end of the year and Kelly Thompson has her year-end awards, like Best Cover, Miniseries, New Character, etc. Come see what earned acclaim!
In the latest edition of CSBG's spotlight on abandoned comic book plots, we take a look at Beast Boy's changing color in the new 52.
Over sixty comic book artists are trying out to join the Line it is Drawn, and you can pick two of them! See their work and make your picks!
After more than 1,000 ballots were counted, here is the complete master list of your picks for the top comic book writers and artists of all-time!
Join CSBG's Greg Burgas as he examines the new comic releases advertised in the newest copy of "Previews," with titles on sale in March 2015!
Kelly Thompson has a question for you all -- where is the line drawn between "action hero" and "superhero?"
We have finished the countdown of your all-time favorite comic book writers. Who came in at number one?
It's now your turn to pick out two new artists for the mash-up happy Line it is Drawn artists. Check out their work and go cast your vote!
With the holiday season upon us, check out Sonia Harris' tried and true methods for making superhero-themed paper snowflakes.
The countdown for the greatest comic book writers is now in the top five! See who made it -- and speculate on who will take the top spot.