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Celebrate Black comic book history by seeing who readers voted as the Top 25 Black Comic Artists of all-time.
CSBG begins counting down your picks for the Top 25 Black comic writers, exploring the rich history of Black comic book creators.
We know Deadpool speaks in yellow word balloons, but what do they SOUND like? At last, CSBG answers the age-old question about Deadpool's voice!
CSBG routinely answers reader-submitted questions, including their latest -- just who knows Spider-Man's secret identity now?
Did 1996's "Green Goblin" #9 comment on, or simply predict, Image Comics co-founder Rob Liefeld's split with the publisher?
CSBG collects notable retcons, like the series of retcons involving how Hitler died in the Marvel Universe. Did Cable and Deadpool do the deed?
In their latest spotlight on "bad" comic book fights, CSBG looks at how Godzilla took on the Marvel Universe at the end of his Marvel series.
CSBG's archive of notable unresolved comic book plots includes Dick Grayson discovering Batman's involvement in the death of the Flying Graysons.
CSBG's latest spotlight on outlandish ways supervillains manage to cheat death looks at how Green Goblin survived a glider through the the heart.
n 1993, all of Marvel's Annuals debuted a new hero or villain and CSBG spotlights every single one. How many do you remember?
Gambit was linked to Sabretooth since his intro, but the story took five years to play out. Discover why, and more examples of slow-moving plots.
In their latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the time Daredevil kayoed an entire team of Avengers.
While "Sins of the Past" was Deadpool's second solo outing, rumor has it Mark Waid tried to quit his first ever Marvel assignment.
In this classic Comic Book Legend, CSBG looks at how Spider-Man's iconic mask played a role in the creation of Deadpool.
These besties go together like peanut butter & jelly and share an ongoing series, but where did it all begin? CSBG has the answers.
CSBG's latest instance of creators taking shots at other creators sees Dick Grayson and Donna Troy worrying about their legacy before the New 52.
CSBG looks at when the Merc with a Mouth's speech pattern took on a certain hue and stopped looking like everyone else's.
Brace yourselves, true believers! CSBG pulls back the curtain and explains the origins of Marvel's famous "No-Prize" and how it was awarded.
CSBG revisits the first comic book appearances of Wade Wilson and the other characters who inhabit Fox's new "Deadpool" movie.
Superman famously used his heat vision on Mongul during the classic tale, but find out if it was the first time he used it on another person.
With Supergirl doing its own take on "For the Man Who Has Everything," CSBG looks back on what made the original Superman story a classic.
CSBG's massive library of top five countdowns include their newest list, the top five guest appearances by Deadpool in other comic books!
Mark Waid's seminal "Flash" tale was also meant to feature an Allen in an key role, but was Barry not supposed to be the one returning?
CSBG collections of commentary by comic creators about other comics now includes when Deathstroke stabbed Deadpool... well, sort of Deadpool.
CSBG spotlights examples of TV/Films influencing the comics themselves, like how comic book Star-Lord changed to match his movie counterpart.
CSBG has an archive of notable dropped comic book plots, like how Carnage had his legs replaced with robotic legs... until they weren't anymore
In their latest spotlight on comic books showing up in outside media, CSBG looks at how "The Big Bang Theory" asked who could life Mjolnir.
CSBG's latest spotlight on outlandish ways super-villains survive seeming death explore's how Carnage survived being torn in two in outer space.
CSBG looks at how Marvel's Iron Fist came back to life in John Byrne's "Namor" after dying in the last issue of "Power Man and Iron Fist."
CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs features comic book cameos from classic TV characters from "Cheers," "I Love Lucy" and more!
CSBG has a massive library of top five lists, including the all-time greatest Captain America covers drawn by the inimitable Mike Zeck.
CSBG sifts through the piles of dropped comic book plots to examine whether Marvel's symbiotes Carnage and Venom are still related.
CSBG's collection of regrettable comic book plots includes the time Steve Trevor tried to force Wonder Woman to tie the knot with her own lasso!
CSBG features a series of themed cover galleries, including their latest, 25 covers homaging DC's iconic "Action Comics" #1 cover.
The unresolved comic book plots archive includes the woman who helped the X-Men against the Brood... and might still be trapped in a freezer.
Was Joe Mad's last issue of "Uncanny X-Men" partially drawn by another artist after some of his art was lost? The legend revealed at last!
CSBG's archive of stories that comment on comic creators includes a heartfelt tribute to a Superman legend in "Legion of Super-Heroes."
CSBG's latest spotlight on notable comic book retcons looks at the long-awaited retcon of Cap's history as "Snap" Wilson, street hustler.
In their latest reader-submitted question, CSBG tries to solve the mystery of the seemingly missing 149th issue of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
CSBG's latest spotlight on long-resolved comic book plots looks at how Captain America resolved an Alpha Flight murder mystery after five years.