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CSBG has a massive archive of cool moments, like the climactic moment from Claremont and Miller's classic "Wolverine" miniseries.
Fans of any comic or movie franchise eventually come up with their own personal canon of what "counts" and what doesn't, so what's in yours?
CSBG has a collection of interesting pieces of comic book history, like unused "X-Men" covers including the last one John Byrne ever drew.
Carnage might have caused "Maximum Carnage," but Batman caused maximum damage on the Spider-Man villain in CSBG's latest "bad" fight spotlight.
Check out CSBG's archive of notable comic book retcons, including the back-and-forth retcons over how Storm and Black Panther first met.
It's that time of the year. CSBG is doing their annual Top 100 survey and this time it's the Top 100 DC & Marvel Characters. Vote for your favorites!
Portfolios featuring copyrighted work is nothing new, but what happens when you use creations from a particularly litigious company? Find out!
CSBG spotlights retroactive connections between characters, like how everyone seems to have met Wolverine -- even Spider-Man's parents!
In CSBG's latest spotlight on notable retcons, learn the tale of Cyclops' head injury as a child and its effect on his mutant powers!
Marvel frequently retcons the villainous Apocalypse into the origins of various X-Men characters, and CSBG shares the best of these retrofits.
Kelly Thompson examines the success of "Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" and ponders what it might mean for the comic book industry as a whole.
CSBG has an archive of ill-advised comic book plots, like the X-Men character who went back in time to use his powers to seduce... his own mom?
Re-purposing action figures is nothing new, but shouldn't there be, you know, consideration for the appearance of each character?
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG examines Black Widow's surprising success in the second "Contest of Champions."
He's one of the toughest heroes around, but he has a sensitive side. CSBG spotlights examples of Logan crying and other notable comic book cliches.
CSBG collects interesting bits of comic book history, like the back-to-back 1994 "Wolverine" issues with so many swipes of Jim Lee's art it's crazy.
In the latest spotlight on on comic book lore, CSBG shows where Deadpool's word balloons first became yellow, which took a surprisingly long time.
Did Yvonne Craig nearly star in her own "Batgirl" series before becoming part of "Batman?" CSBG revisits a classic CBLR to find out the answer.
For some reason, jackets ruled at Marvel in the 1990s. CSBG spotlights the top five Marvel superhero teams that embraced cold weather fashion.
In this classic CBLR, discover Yvonne Craig's last performance as Batgirl in a special PSA for Women's Rights years after the "Batman" TV series.
CSBG's new feature on convoluted comic book plot resolutions looks at when Superman thought tormenting Jimmy Olsen was the only way to save him.
In their latest feature on weird comic book ads, CSBG looks at a patronizing guide to employment from a PSA in a 1950s romance comic book.
CSBG has a series of abandoned comic plots, like why Deadpool went from having two voices in his head to only one.
With "Devil Dinosaur" getting a new series from Marvel, CSBG looks back at its surprising 1970s origins, and if it was meant for another medium.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the surprising success Venom had in battle against the Man of Steel!
CSBG unresolved comic plots include possibly the most obscure Marvel Comics character of all-time! Are you ready for the Sky-Walker?
CSBG has a collection of bizarre ads, including a PSA that asked kids to rank their enjoyment of things like alligators, cabbage... and Negroes?!
Cats are said to have nine lives. Well, Doctor Doom certainly does! CSBG shares nine times the not-so-good Doctor escaped seemingly certain death!
Kelly Thompson has written and reviewed comic books. Using those two perspectives, she gives some strong advice to would-be comic book reviewers
Was Sue just 12 she first met Reed? Not if modern day Marvel has their say about it, plus many more notable comic book retcons.
Learn whether or not the practice of creating inventory issues to help keep a book on schedule led to a strange story in John Byrne's "FF" run.
CSBG's spotlight on "bad" superhero fights examines when Invisible Woman singlehandedly destroyed one of the universes' most powerful beings.
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book debuts, including a spotlight on famous Fantastic Four firsts, like the debut of their costumes.
It's not easy being a superhero when you keep getting taken hostage. Just ask Sue, who kept getting taken hostage in the beginning of her career.
In a story best forgotten, CSBG spotlights when Mr. Fantastic and the Thing's patronizing defense of the Invisible Girl's membership on the team.
CSBG collects creators taking shots at each other in comics, including ahidden insult in a Spider-Man comic that led to an inker losing his job.
Now that the countdown is over, CSBG has collected the entire master list of the stories you chose for the 75 Greatest Joker Stories Ever Told!
In their latest spotlight on problematic superhero fights, CSBG tackles a surprisingly controversial comic book topic -- is Thor bulletproof?
Bruno Premiani co-created the Doom Patrol with Arnold Drake, but did his outspoken beliefs drive him out of two separate countries?
CSBG's countdown of your picks for the greatest Joker story ever has come to an end! Will it be "Laughing Fish," "Killing Joke" or "5-Way Revenge"?