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CSBG counts down the women you voted as the greatest female comic book writers of all-time. See the first selections today!
It's the second round of CSBG's DC/Marvel Movie Superhero tournament. See which of your favorites advanced and vote them into the Sweet Sixteen!
Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at whether Marvel altered the Brazilian edition of "Born Again" to make Iron Man fit in with their continuity.
McDuffie dealt with interference during his "Justice League." Check out how he responded in the comic itself, plus other writers doing the same!
CSBG is now counting down your picks for the greatest female comic book artists of all-time! See who kicks off the list and guess at who's #1.
With Batgirl (and the Joker) on the minds of many readers this week, look back at Barbara Gordon's transition from Batgirl to Oracle.
Remember when Gambit was Apocalypse's Horseman of Death? And then he wasn't? Learn more about it and other dropped comic book plots at CSBG.
CSBG is pitting your favorite movie superheroes against each other! Voting is now up for the complete Round of 64. Decide who makes it to round 2!
It's March Madness time, and that means CSBG has another DC/Marvel character tournament. Come vote for your favorite DC/Marvel Movie Superheroes!
In CSBG's latest spotlight on unresolved stories, the Avengers once left a devastated country in the hands of a villain and then seemed to forget.
CBSG wants your picks for the best female comic book writers and artists of all-time. Don't delay, today is the last day to cast a ballot!
Each Ides of March, CSBG celebrates with ideas that they would try out in comics, like having "Arrow's" Felicity Smoak become Batman's new Oracle.
CSBG has a list of some of the coolest comics of all-time, including Batman's first battle against the Clown Prince of Crime, The Joker!
CSBG collects some of the goofiest moments in comic history, including the time Green Lantern faced off against a little girl version of Nixon.
Dwayne McDuffie's time on "Justice League of America" hit a bit of a snag when Hawkgirl died and was revived by DC -- but no one told him.
Comic books are filled with in-jokes and easter eggs. Including a bunch of times that X-Men legend Chris Claremont made cameos in X-Men comics!
Did the Man of Steel's Super-Mullet owe its origins to the "Lois and Clark" TV series? And what is the real original Batmobile?!
In their latest look at comic book cliches, CSBG spotlights the numerous times the memorial to fallen Robin Jason Todd in the Batcave was destroyed.
CSBG needs your votes to determine the all-time favorite female comic book writers and artists. Who will be #1?
After debuting in 1973, it took the Punisher 12 years to finally headline his own series. And the original "Secret Wars" is to blame.
Check out CSBG's archive of bad comic book ideas, including the infamous "Avengers" storyline where Ms. Marvel gives birth to her own rapist.
In the latest in CSBG's creator recommendation series, "Captain Marvel" artist David Lopez recommends a new Image graphic novel from Ken Niimura.
CSBG columnist Greg Hatcher and his wife are going through some tough times. Find out how you can help while also winning prizes for doing so!
CSBG has a collection of comic book cliches, like the famous exclamation by resurrected mutants when people ask if they were dead.
With the new "Age of Ultron" trailer making Ultron look quite formidable, CSBG takes him down a peg, remembering the time he was felled by Daredevil -- and a stick.
"Star Trek" fan Greg Hatcher reacts to the sad passing of Leonard Nimoy, including the odd phenomenon where people also treat it as Spock's death.
With Mike Colter revealing Netflix's "Luke Cage" series will be "adult oriented," CSBG revisits a comic book legend about a controversial "Alias" issue.
In honor of Women's History Month, CSBG is asking for you to vote for your all-time favorite female comic book writers and artists.
In preparation for CSBG's next comic book poll, check out Kelly Thompson's massive list of female comic book writers and artists.
CSBG has a massive collection of awesome comic book moments, like the legendary time Captain America met Wolverine -- and Jim Lee drew it!
All month long, CSBG featured new comic books from African-American creators. With the month over, check out the complete list of books.
The ill-fated team book starring a group of Titans from the future may have started off with much grander plans from DC Comics -- or did it?
CBLR has featured many tales of comic book stories that never got a chance to happen, and now they're all collected in one place.
In their latest spotlight on unresolved stories, CSBG looks at Steve Seagle's interrupted plans for Jean Grey and the Phoenix in the late 1990s.
In CSBG's latest spotlight on weird comic stories, check out the story of Superman's struggle with Super-Boners!
All month long, CSBG has been spotlighting new comic books from African-American creators. Check out the list of books featured so far!
Neil Gaiman worked with artist Bill Sienkiewicz for the Delirium story in 2003's "Endless Nights" OGN, but did the story run out of order?
In the latest edition, see how John Byrne took over a Jim Shooter comic book and promptly destroyed Shooter's hometown within its pages.
In CSBG's weekly creator recommendation series, "Rocket Raccoon's" Skottie Young spotlights a popular webcomic about a young Nordic barbarian.
Learn how Lady Deathstrike's grudge against Wolverine originally began against someone else entirely, plus more unresolved tales.