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For a time, Marvel actually said Captain America never killed anyone during WWII. CSBG spotlights this and other retcons in their Abandoned an' Forsaked archive.
CSBG is asking you to decide who would win in fights between your favorite Marvel and DC characters. Vote for the complete first round of match-ups!
Did Stan Lee coin the term "'Nuff' Said?" What drove John Byrne off "Uncanny X-Men?" Was Larry Hama forced to add words to a silent "Wolverine" issue?
Male superheroes learn how the other half is drawn by striking a number of typical female hero poses. CSBG has a whole lot of male T&A coming your way!
Every year, CSBG celebrates March Madness with their own tournament pitting your favorite characters against each other! Come decide who makes it to the final four!
Today is the final day to celebrate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics' Batman with your vote for the greatest Batman covers of all-time!
CSBG has an archive of famous examples of abandoned storylines, like the time that Wolverine went feral and devolved to the point of not even having a nose!
The Ides of March mean CSBG shares its annual tweaks & changes they'd make to the comic book universe (like a Wonder Woman '77 comic...) and asks you to share yours!
CSBG collects the debuts of pieces of comic book history, like the first time Joker killed someone with an electric joy buzzer or an acid-shooting flower or a bang flag gun.
Did Bruce Lee refuse to lose to Burt Ward's Robin? Did a Donald Duck cartoon get an Oscar nomination? Plus, Dave Cockrum's X-rated attempt to improve Ms. Marvel's costume.
Check out The Line It Is Drawn's celebrity M.O.D.O.K. transformations, including Snoop D.O.K, M.O.D.O.K. Chris Christie versus G.W. Bridge and much more!
CSBG looks at the issue of "Spider-Man" where Spidey makes fun of the delays behind DC Comics' "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali" in their latest Meta-Messages entry.
CSBG visits the "Big Bang Theory" cast in "Superior Spider-Man" and a deadly cameo by Edward & Tubbs from the League of Gentlemen in "Transmetropolitan."
In honor of the 75th anniversary of DC Comics' Batman, CSBG wants to hear what YOU think are the greatest Batman covers of all-time. Click here to vote!
CSBG answers this question and more with their collection of the five most iconic covers of Captain America, Wolverine, Punisher and More!
Check out CSBG's archive of comics you just HAVE to have in your collection, including their latest, Dan Slott's classic "Spider-Man/Human Torch" miniseries.
In their latest spotlight on outlandish plot resolutions, CSBG looks at when a teenage Peter Parker invented a device that could cancel out magnetism!
In honor of Batman's seventy-fifth anniversary, CSBG wants to know what YOU think are the greatest Batman covers of all-time!
New promos for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" suggest Nick Fury might be in mortal peril. Check out his many deaths and more comic book cliches!
In honor of the Oscars, CSBG invites you to check out a now-obscure Steven Spielberg reference in "Avengers" plus other outdated pop culture references!
Did Marvel ban the color green from covers? Did Jimmy Olsen nearly have his own TV show after George Reeves died? What did Byrne do to Liefeld in "She-Hulk"?
This week has mash-ups of your favorite comic and Saturday morning cartoons! Aquaman a Snork? Titan Babies? Jonny Quest and Hellboy!
The next time a character "dies" in a Marvel movie or TV series, remember this: LMDs are a wonderful plot device.
Next month, CSBG will spotlight great current female comic book creators. Find out how to submit your comic for review and a chance to be featured!
CSBG routinely features hidden comic jokes and references, and invites you to see the collection, including when Rocket Raccoon seemingly ended up dead in "Hulk."
CSBG's great artists draw your suggestions for comic book mash-ups each week. Visit the gallery archives and see comic characters crashing album covers and more!
This week features comic characters homaging famous album covers. Batman on Bad, Scrooge McDuck chasing the dollar on Nevermind & more!
In the debut of their new feature on oddball comic book explanations, CSBG looks at how Supergirl gained the ability to change her hair color during the '80s.
Noelle Stevenson's comic about her poor experiences at comic book shops, caused quite a stir, and Kelly Thompson examines it and her own experiences.
Creators love to take shots at each other in their work, and CSBG collects said shots, including Joe Madureira's revenge on an artist he felt was swiping his work.
CSBG's keeps exploring outdated pop culture references within old comics, including the latest, a 1983 X-Men issue referencing "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche."
In honor of Valentine's Day, Gimmick or Good? turns it spotlight on "Superman: The Wedding Album" and its white embossed cover.
Did DC change Supergirl's look due to an early movie costume test, and did Kirby's Fourth World Saga ending change because of "Return of the Jedi?"
Valentine's Day is tomorrow, and CSBG shares one of the craziest plans of the Silver Age -- Lois Lane saving Superman by making out with other heroes! Huh?
All month long, CSBG will be spotlighting independent African-American comic book creators. Come see who has been featured so far!
Check out CSBG's collection of notable comic book retcons, including the revelation that Hal Jordan didn't actually become Parallax, but was possessed.
Visit CSBG's archive of abandoned storylines, like how Hal Jordan originally adjusted well to the destruction of Coast City... right before it drove him insane!
With a new "Wolverine" #1 on sale, CSBG examines Wolverine's first gimmick cover, 1991's "Wolverine" #50, to determine if it was good or just a gimmick.
CSBG spotlights another now-dated pop culture reference in Steve Gerber's commentary on Soviet Jewish relations during his 1970s "Defenders" run.
Kelly Thompson looks back on the choices of female -starring comics from her teen years and is amazed at how much better things are in 2014.