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The latest "bad" superhero fight spotlight falls on Miles Morales taking out the son of Mephisto when the rest of the Avengers couldn't beat him.
CSBG explains how the sequel to "God Loves, Man Kills" was stretched and altered to make it tie into the second X-Men film, "X2: X-Men United."
Jane Foster is a worthy Thor today, but was she once ruled "unworthy" to wield Mjolnir? CSBG explains that story and more forgotten comic book plots.
Deadpool's face mask is distinguished by the point on the back of it, but it wasn't always there. CSBG answers when it became part of his look.
Find out the hilarious way Marvel Comics got rid of a character from the "Star Wars" comic book series that George Lucas wanted them to dump.
As we celebrate Independence Day in the United States, party with Batman as he visits all 50 states in the union!
Superman celebrates the Fourth of July the only way he knows how, by pointing out the virtues of "truth, justice and the American way."
CSBG has a great library of top five lists, including their latest, the top five Marvel Comics team-ups between Spider-Man and Wolverine.
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether the Man of Steel's 50th anniversary led to a new story that wasn't made for DC's normal audience.
CSBG answers reader-submitted questions, like who has managed to stopp the "unstoppable" Juggernaut over the years?
CSBG has an archive of comic plots that readers wish they could forget, like Speedball's bizarre descent into becoming the "hero" Penance.
Read up on odd, forgotten comic plots, like Wolverine's hidden leprechaun past and when Human Torch married a woman who was identical to his sister!
Years before she became the new Thor, Jane Foster shared a body with the Asgardian Sif. Whatever happened to that story? CSBG has the answers!
CSBG's latest spotlight on cool current comic bits looks at how "Howard the Duck" basically just added the cat from "We3" to its supporting cast.
CSBG tries to figure it out where Batman took the body after famously beating Ra's al Ghul in a bare chested sword fight in the desert.
In their latest look at inexplicable comic book plots, CSBG looks at how the second "Astonishing X-Men" arc used a conceit that wasn't correct.
CSBG has a library of top five lists, including their latest -- the top five Spider-Man deaths in Marvel's "What If...?" comics.
Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at what was supposed to happen in the famed "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" story and just why it was changed.
CSBG's notable dropped plots archive include Logan's missing healing factor, the hallucinations it caused and how it all just... stopped.
CSBG answers reader-submitted questions, including the surprisingly tricky question of whether Deadpool actually likes Chimichangas... or not.
CSBG has an archive of comic book plots that should be forgotten, like when Ollie cheated on Black Canary and then blamed the woman he slept with.
CSBG looks at the time Todd McFarlane sneaked some jokes into "Amazing Spider-Man" making fun of...Todd McFarlane?!
CSBG looks at how Roger Stern finally resolved an 1983 Spider-Man story about Aunt May's past in 2009, and how it explained her never having kids.
CSBG has the answers to a bunch of reader-submitted questions, like their latest: is long-time X-Men leader Cyclops a super powered sociopath?
Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether negative reaction to the "Clone Saga" forced DC to change its plans for the Superman family event.
CSBG has an archive of interesting pieces of comic book history, like a look at 14 superheroes who turned down membership in the Justice League!
CSBG has a collection of notable dropped plots, like how Grant Morrison went in a different direction for the birth of Damian Wayne, Son of Batman.
CSBG has a large library of top five countdowns, including their latest, the top five most "1990s" superheroes.
Following Marvel's "Dead No More" reveal, revisit the "Clone Saga" with questions like who masterminded it? And how was Superman affected?
CSBG's latest spotlight on inexplicable comic book plots looks at when people thought the X-Men were dead for a year despite them still operating.
CSBG looks into why Steve Ditko's name was edited out of Marvel's "Spider-Man" letter columns and what Stan Lee's reasoning was at the time.
CSBG counts down the top five times that Marvel Comics Asgardian hero Thor has encountered Ragnarok -- and lived (or not) to tell the tale.
CSBG answers reader questions, like their latest -- what, exactly, happened to Spider-Man as a result of Mephisto's spell in "One More Day"?
CSBG has an archive of notable retcons, like how the X-Books bent over backward to make it not Cyclops' fault he ran out on his wife and kid.
CSBG has an amazing library of top five lists, including their latest, the top five moments between the X-Men's Wolverine and Jean Grey.
Scott Shaw! and Roy Thomas' 1980s superhero animal series may bring nothing but smiles today, but was it poking fun at DC's marquee team?
CSBG has a collection of notable dropped comic book plots, like who Cyclops and Havok's brother was originally going to be.
Jen Walters and Matt Murdock are lawyers by day and Marvel superheroes by night, and CSBG explores whether they've ever had a courtroom showdown.
In their latest spotlight on plots best wiped clean from continuity, CSBG looks at the time that Professor X had a thing for Jean Grey.
CSBG looks at one of the odder comics of all-time, the "Gen13" issue where they met Hellboy, Archie, Betty, Veronica, Madman and... Wolverine?!