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In the latest installment of ABANDONED AN' FORSAKED, CSBG explores the death and "resurrection" of Harry Osborn, including the strange way that both Harry and Norman Osborn spent their supposed "deaths" in Europe.
CSBG's collection of recurring comic book patterns includes Hulk complaining about puny humans, other characters picking up Thor's hammer and the latest edition -- Spider-Man's secret identity seemingly being revealed.
In her latest segment of SHE HAS NO HEAD, Kelly Thompson explores the announcement of Brian Wood & Olivier Coipel's new "X-Men" title, comparing how far mainstream comics have come in handling female-driven superhero comics.
Did famed filmmaker Federico Fellini really write an Italian bootleg Flash Gordon comic in the late '30s? Did Charlton Comics get its start in a PRISON? And where's Mike Allred's "X-Force" character The Horn?
CSBG examines the bizarre Silver Age story where the Metal Men sought out new foes in response to actual letters from readers complaining that their enemies were getting too repetitive.
In CSBG's latest Easter egg spotlight, check out superstar artist Leinil Francis Yu's devotion to getting Howard the Duck some attention, even if it is just from Yu sneaking him into the backgrounds of comics.
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories & ideas that were explained away by later writers, including this week's edition, the revelation that although he died and was cremated, Colossus is still among the living.
This week, was Lois Lane based on Jerry Siegel's wife? Plus, who was the original killer in "Countdown to Infinite Crisis" and did Peter Milligan plan to end "Shade, the Changing Man" earlier than DC wanted?
In honor of Stan Lee's recent 90th birthday, the Line this week depicts memorable moments from Marvel's Silver Age, like the first Hulk/Thing fight, the arrival of the Silver Surfer and "Spider-Man: No More!"
CSBGs latest strange comic book story spotlights the time Superboy's robot teacher worked as his robo-pimp to teach the young hero some sort of strange lesson. This needs to be seen to be believed!
CSBG's new recurring feature spotlights moments from past comics that read differently today than they did back then. The latest is a conversation between Cyclops & Magneto that takes on a new meaning considering recent Marvel events.
CSBG examines comic book stories & ideas that were abandoned and then explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the revelation Green Goblin did not actually die the same time Gwen Stacy did.
Did Supergirl creator Al Plastino draw months worth of "Peanuts" strips in case Charles Schulz got ill, or were the motivations behind the strips more sinister? And did an issue of "Cable" correctly predict Hurricane Sandy?
The Line it is Drawn returns for the New Year with a collection of lesser-known Marvel NOW! first issues like Batroc, Beta Ray Bill, Squadron Supreme, Planet Terry and more!
In CSBG's latest comic book Easter eggs, Chris Claremont pays homage to "Alien" in an issue of "Spider-Woman," a familiar prison number is used in "Robin" and popular British comic characters appear in "Batman!"
CSBG examines comic book stories & ideas that were abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the return of Clark Kent and Lex Luthor's Smallville connection after "Crisis" erased it.
In the final installment of CSBG's three-part 400th edition celebration, learn how Jackie Onassis was once the world's most famous comic book editor! Plus, the strange story of how Adam Strange first met the Justice League!
CSBG's collection of recurring comic book events includes the most recent addition, all the times when Marvel characters other than Thor lifted his enchanted hammer, Mjolnir.
In the second installment of CSBG's three-part 400th edition celebration, discover if Alan Moore was originally going to continue writing Superman after "Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?"
In the first of CSBG's three-part 400th edition celebration, learn whether Steve Ditko really disagreed with Norman Osborn being the Green Goblin! Plus, how did the Son of Sam investigation lead to DC Comics' offices?
In the debut of their new feature spotlighting notable dropped storylines, CSBG takes a look at the short-lived stint in the 1990s when the Punisher died and was resurrected as a supernatural avenging angel.
In an all-New Mutants edition of Comic Book Easter Eggs, we spotlight cameos by Bill Sienkiewicz and Jackson Guice of famous people in the pages of "New Mutants," from Alfred Hitchcock to Nexus and more!
Before we begin the New Year, CSBG looks back at the debuts of the cast of "Sandman," from Dream to Cain to Abel to Lucien to Death, they're all here!
The latest addition to CSBG's collection of comic book patterns is in honor of Peter Parker's tenure as Spider-Man ending in "Amazing" #700, and focuses on additional instances of Peter being Spider-Man... no more!
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories & ideas that were abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the depiction of Superman's birth after DC's "Crisis on Infinite Earths!"
This week, did Charles Schulz really write a famous "Peanuts" strip criticizing the IRS? Did the FBI really investigate Walt Kelly's "Pogo" for hidden subversive messages? Find out the answers and more!
With "Amazing Spider-Man" ending, the book Steve Ditko launched fifty years ago, CSBG takes a look at another comic book Ditko launched, celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of "Chuck Norris and the Karate Commandos" #1!
With their key role in the Avengers and their upcoming television series, CSBG spotlights the first appearances of the various notable members of S.H.I.E.L.D., from Nick Fury to Maria Hill to Phil Coulson.
It's Christmas Eve, which means CSBG's Advent Calendar is done! Check out the completed calendar for loads of Golden Age Christmas comic fun!
CSBG examines comic book stories that were abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the strange case of how Sharon Carter used to be the younger sister of Captain America's girlfriend... from WWII!
CSBG's collection of themed comic book cover galleries includes the latest installment, a look at perhaps the most awesome day off Superman, Batman and Robin ever had!
How did Mickey Mouse lead to a reporter's exile from Yugoslavia? How did the Three Stooges show up as Flash characters? And what's the deal with John Romita and Spider-Man plotting credit?
The Line It Is Drawn asks its artists to wish readers a happy holidays with a gallery of drawings featuring comic book characters getting into the winter holiday spirit.
Comic book writer John Rozum stopped by CSBG to share his picks for the twelve best covers of "Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen." Come see what he chose!
In the latest of CSBG's spotlights on stories that were abandoned then later overwritten, Brian Cronin examines whether Wasp of the Avengers actually died during "Secret Invasion."
CSBG's collection of "meta messages," where comic book writers use their characters to comment on the work of their peers, includes Frank Miller's pointed message in an issue of "Sin City" regarding Jim Lee drawing like him.
CSBG's collection of recurring comic book patterns includes the latest edition, all the times Steve Rogers has quit being Captain America. "No, this time it is for real, you guys!"
Was Psylocke's first death meant to be x-tremely temporarily? Who came first, Reed Richards or the Professor from "Gilligan's Island?" And what, exactly, is the Cosmic Code Authority?
In tribute to Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey's "Action Philosophers" and "Action Presidents," our artists draw other historical figures...in ACTION! Oscar Wilde, Elvis Presley, Mary Shelley, Doctor Seuss, and much!
You might be familiar with Marvel's 25th Anniversary covers from 1986, but have you seen all of their 70th Anniversary covers from 2009? If not, CSBG has all the covers for you to see right now!