Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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We continue to count down your picks for the top DC Comics character of all-time! Today we look at #30-21 on the list!
When was the first foil cover? The first hologram cover? CSBG has these answers and more comic book firsts in the "When We First Met" archive.
In honor of Silver Age legend Murphy Anderson's passing, revisit CSBG's piece examining the clever way he hid his signature in his books.
In the latest spotlight on clever uses of shared continuity, CSBG looks at a sly "crossover" between Daredevil and Jessica Jones' "Alias" comic.
Cool creators are recommending cool comics all month on CSBG, including "Arrow's" Marc Guggenheim recommending Mike Baron's "Flash" run.
In their new feature clarifying seemingly confused pieces of comic history, CSBG explains why the Sons of the Serpent are not worth your compassion.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the West Coast Avengers getting owned by... the Swordsman?
In his latest spotlight on books released in 1987, Matt Derman examines the new "hoodlum" origin Robin was given after "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
After over a thousand ballots were cast, we begin to count down your picks for your all-time favorite Marvel Comics characters!
Comic Book Legends Revealed investigates whether a Kevin Nowlan pin-up from "Marvel Fanfare" inspired an entire issue of "Fantastic Four."
After over a thousand ballots were cast, we begin to count down your picks for your all-time favorite DC Comics characters!
CSBG has a massive collection of top five lists, like the latest, the best Avengers couples. Will Thor and Captain America make it there someday?
CSBG looks for a comic book cover that homages something weekly, and every week they've found one -- for THREE years straight! Check them all out.
In the latest spotlight on ill-conceived plots, CSBG examines how Doctor Strange briefly had the same "chosen one" origin as Neo from "The Matrix."
CSBG looks at dueling retcons between Bryne & Claremont over Magneto's role in the Hellfire Club. Was he really a villain, or just pretending?
CSBG's Greg Hatcher shares his thoughts on the season premieres of "Gotham," "Arrow," "Flash," "iZombie," "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and more!
CSBG has a collection of dropped comic book plots, like the time Hank Pym briefly lost the ability too grow size.
This week, Comic Book Legends Revealed examines whether iconic Planters mascot Mr. Peanut was designed by... a 13-year-old?!
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the X-Men besting one of the most powerful teams in the universe... in one panel.
As the Marvel Universe is reborn anew this week, check out CSBG's collection of comic book cliches, like the Marvel U being destroyed and rebuilt.
CSBG has an archive of unresolved stories, like who was the target in Kevin Smith's "Daredevil/Bullseye" The Target" series that never went past #1?
All month, CSBG is featuring recommendations of cool comics by cool comic creators including Mark Waid, Jeff Lemire, Annie Wu and more!
In their latest spotlight on creators taking shots at their own comics, CSBG looks at a creator celebrating the cancellation of "Weapon X."
CSBG collects notable comic retcons, like when the driving death of the classic X-Men graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" never actually happened!
In the "bad" superhero fight spotlight, CSBG looks at the time Wolverine's nemesis Sabretooth got his butt kicked... by the Black Cat?!
In a new feature on divisive comic plots, CSBG asks whether Kitty Pryde's rhetorical use of the n-word in some '80s X-Men comics was appropriate.
CSBG has a collection of notable comic book firsts, like the first superhero to die -- and subsequently be revived!
CSBG tackles the nearly impossible task of pinning down the greatest superhero mullets of all time. Share your thoughts on this divisive issue!
In their latest spotlight on long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG looks at how Kurt Busiek wrapped a kidnapping no Avenger seemed to notice.
There's less than a week left for you to cast your vote in CSBG's Greatest DC and Marvel Characters of All-Time countdown! Click here to vote!
In the mid-'90s, ToyBiz had a toy line based on the "Iron Man" cartoon, but the company would never just slap new heads on Tony Stark... would they?
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.