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CSBG's Greatest Batman Artists ever hits the Top Ten, featuring Dick Sprang, Tim Sale, Frank Miller and more!
Kelly Thompson revisits a 2012 column which broke down the ways women are not given equal visual presentation in comics. Has anything changed?
CSBG is counting your picks for the greatest Batman writers of all-time and we're now in the top fifteen! Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka and more.
CSBG has a collection of bad comic book plots, including the time Superman's robot tutor brainwashed a girl into sleeping with a young Man of Steel.
CSBG is counting your picks for the greatest Batman artist of all-time and we're now in the top fifteen! Carmine Infantino, Jerry Robinson and more.
CSBG spotlights retro-connections between characters, including Wolverine's friendships with Ben Grimm/The Thing and Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel.
In their latest spotlight on forgotten plot points, CSBG examines how Johnny Storm's ex-wife was an exact double for his own sister.
CSBG's list of the greatest Batman artists ever enters the top 25, featuring Sheldon Moldoff, Alan Davis, Alex Ross and more!
CSBG's Sonia Harris examines how secret identities come into play in the modern world, from anonymity online to non-obvious illnesses like depression.
CSBG enters the Top 25 in its list of the Greatest Batman Writers of All Time! Say hello to Marv Wolfman, Matt Wagner and more!
CSBG continues counting down your picks for the 75 greatest Batman creators of all-time. Today it's writers #30-26 -- Neil Gaiman, Peter Tomasi and more!
Check out some of the strangest comics ever, including Captain America winning the war on drugs by removing the super soldier serum from his body.
The votes are in and CSBG is counting down your picks for the 75 greatest Batman creators of all-time. Today it's time to highlight artists #40-31.
With the news of Doctor Strange getting his own film, CSBG shares your picks for the Greatest Doctor Strange stories ever told & other comic tales.
CSBG continues looking at whether gimmick cover comics are any good by looking at what was likely the first one, "Legends of the Dark Knight" #1!
Check out the latest CSBG flashback review from the 1987, this time spotlighting the original "X-Men vs. Avengers" miniseries.
Sina Grace asked all-star artists to create new outfits for the female characters in next month's "Burn the Orphanage" and CSBG has them all.
CSBG has the 10 goofiest moments from the first 10 "X-Men" issues, from Magneto pimping out Scarlet Witch to Professor X lusting after Jean Grey.
With the passing of Alice from "The Brady Bunch," Ann B. Davis, CSBG reflects on how the actress was the surprising inspiration for "Iron Man's" Pepper Potts.
In the latest spotlight on comic book retcons, CSBG examines how Captain America's shield at one time worked through electronic gadgetry -- and magnets!
CSBG continues their 75th anniversary celebration by asking for your votes for the greatest Batman writers and artists of all-time! Only one day left!
Check out CSBG's collection of "meta-messages," including Chris Claremont giving Ms. Marvel voice to complain about her sexist treatment in the Avengers.
CSBG takes a look at the foil covers for Marvel's 1995 crossover, "Age of Apocalypse," and determines if the stories inside those shiny covers were any good.
CSBG has an archive of notable comic book retcons, including the multiple retcons that make up Emma Frost's origins, like was she really a stripper...?
In the first of a new series examining odd plots that were never addressed again, CSBG looks at the strange connection between Wolverine and... leprechauns?!
In her latest column, Kelly Thompson explains why she's displeased with DC Comics' "Bombshell" variant covers and the crime of omission.
For years, Magneto's background was more than a bit complicated. CSBG breaks down how Marvel went back and forth on whether Magneto was Jewish or not.
CSBG presents a master list of the greatest X-Men stories ever told, just in time for their latest film "X-Men: Days of Future Past!"
Fans know some of the repetitive themes the legendary Chris Claremont used while writing the X-Men for 17 years, and CSBG collects some of the most famous.
In honor of the new X-Men movie, CSBG archived each of the Comic Book Legends Revealed columns spotlighting the X-Men over the years!
In their latest spotlight on bad comic book ideas, CSBG takes a look at the bizarre 2003 revelation that mutants in the Marvel U cannot contract AIDS.
In a classic Comic Book Legends Revealed, CSBG reveals how an edit to a single caption dramatically changed the ending of legendary X-Men tale, "Days of Future Past."
With the latest trailer having just debuted, CSBG thinks it's to feature the first comic book appearances of the heroes and villains from Marvel's next film.
CSBG's latest easter eggs show a number of odd cameos in issues of X-Men, from ALF to Hawkman to Dirty Harry, to comic creators like John Ostrander & Jerry Bingham.
In the latest in their series examining common comic book themes, CSBG looks at the popular Chris Claremont phrase known to X-Men fans the world over.
In her latest column, Kelly Thompson examines the way some readers try to silence critical discourse about comics -- and what can be done about it.
CSBG continues their celebration of Batman's 75th anniversary by asking you to vote the greatest Batman writers and artists of all-time! Click here to cast your ballot!
Marvel invent their own monsters to fight Godzilla during their "Godzilla" series, and CSBG has the top five Marvel monsters plus other top five lists!
The latest Meta-Message archive entry involves the one time when Chris Claremont poked fun at his & John Byrne's role in then-current Marvel crossovers.
CSBG's Greg Hatcher has compiled a trivia contest based on cosmic questions - see how well you can do!