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Some stories have never been retconned, but maybe they should, like when teen Tony Stark came to our present to fight the evil "real" Tony Stark!
CSBG's latest look at "bad" superhero fights revisits when the former Brotherhood of Evil Mutants took out the combined forces of the Avengers.
CSBG counts down the top five greatest comic book moments starring Marvel's southern Bell, the X-Man known as Rogue.
CSBG collects notable dropped storylines, like what happened to the heroes Captain America trained to take over when he thought he was dying.
CSBG's latest spotlight on outside media plots migrating into comics examines how the Arc Reactor moved the "Iron Man" movie into Marvel's comics.
You'd be surprised how many famous rivals of superheroes first fought other heroes. CSBG collects the top five villains who swapped nemeses.
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book plots gone bad looks at the time Peter Parker accidentally struck Mary Jane during the "Clone Saga."
In the latest spotlight on long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG looks at a long-standing X-Men mystery resolved in the pages of... "Quasar"?
One Silver Age artist used numbers & letters to spell out a curse word to let readers know what he thought about his latest project, and more meta.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the time that Black Panther somehow successfully put the Silver Surfer into an armlock.
CSBG counts down the wall-crawler's most ridiculous temporary costumes -- and the time he wore an FF costume and a bag on his face isn't even #1!
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether Marvel was hedging its bets on its first adaptation of Hasbro's Robots in Disguise.
CSBG has an archive of notable dropped comic book plots, like how Wonder Woman joined Justice League Europe... only to never be seen again.
With Mary Jane set to leave the Spider-Man titles for "Invincible Iron Man," CSBG looks back at her greatest moments with Peter Parker.
In a new feature looking at resolutions to long unresolved storylines, CSBG looks at the reveal of who betrayed the X-Men.
Check out CSBG's series on comic book retcons, including the recent revelation of the role Deadpool played in the creation of Venom!
Was Alex Toth's original for the Juggernaut so over-the-top Marvel had to have it re-drawn by Jack Kirby? Find out all the gruesome details.
CSBG's latest "bad" superhero fight spotlight looks at how one of the universe's most powerful beings was defeated by... Gambit & a deck of cards?
CSBG has a series of famous unresolved comic book plotlines, including what the heck the X-Men villains, the Upstarts, were actually after.
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book firsts, like which superhero was the first one to die in the line of duty. Find out who it was!
In a new feature looking at outlandish ways characters cheat certain death, see how Doc Ock survived a nuclear explosion after nearly marrying Aunt May.
The 1990s were quite a time for silly superhero battle armors. CSBG counts down the top five silliest (in between laughs).
CSBG's collection of moments that are more interesting in hindsight includes Mephisto trying mess with Rick Jones' wedding a decade before "One More Day."
CSBG has a collection of comic plots best forgotten, like the time Professor X had all the X-Men fight each other to the death... for reasons.
Everyone knows Weapon X -- better known as the Wolverine -- but was Wade Wilson slated to be the program's prior attempt at a super soldier?
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the time the Hulk was taken out by Jack Russell, the Werewolf by Night!
CSBG has a series of spotlight on notable comic book cliches, like comic books poking fun at the famous "It's a Bird... it's a Plane" speech.
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?