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CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book Easter eggs features a batch of cameos by Star Wars characters, including two prominent appearances in the first issue of Marvel's "Infinity!"
Ever wished you could see Krypto give birth to puppies? Have no fear, the latest CSBG spotlight on the strangest comics of all-time is here! See Krypto's red kryptonite sex change in all of its "glory."
CSBG is halfway through counting down your choices for the greatest X-Men spinoff stories of all-time, including tales from "Wolverine," "New Mutants," "X-Factor," "X-Force" & more!
CSBG has collected instances of comic book creators using their work to poke fun at their peers, including the latest addition where Kyle Baker's final issue of his "Plastic Man" run tears DC Comics apart.
This week, discover the true face of Doctor Doom! Plus, did DC ban Superman from appearing in...a DC comic book? And did the Animaniacs seriously team-up with the "X-Files?"
This week, our weekly reader-suggested art gallery features animals as superheroes, with the Fantastic Four as cats, the Avengers as pigeons and the grumpiest kitty of them all...Thanos!
In honor of the release of Marvel's "Infinity," CSBG's spotlight on '90s gimmick covers spotlights 1993's Infinity Crusade #1 and determines if the issue's foil cover was the only thing good about it.
In the latest edition of CSBG's spotlight on comic book hidden messages and cameos, take a look at a trio of cameos by "The X-Files" Agents Mulder and Scully.
CSBG has a growing collection of famous comic book retcons, including the latest addition -- the time Jim Starlin explained away a decade's worth of Thanos appearances in one fell swoop!
It's the final day to vote for your all-time favorite stories from X-Men spinoffs like "X-Force," "X-Factor," "New Mutants" & "Wolverine!" Cast your vote now to ensure your favorites make CSBG's Top 50!
CSBG's archive of the Line it is Drawn feature spotlights a group of artists drawing your suggestions on a variety of topics, including Wolverine team-ups with Hit-Girl, Super Friends & "South Park's" Kenny!
The Line It Is Drawn mashes up the best of Muppets and comics with Gonzo as Nightcrawler, Animal as Wolverine, a Spider-Ham/Miss Piggy Romance, Alan Moore hosts "The Muppet Show" & more!
This week, if Chris Claremont had his way, would we ever have actually met the real Sabretooth? Plus, what's the deal with John Byrne, She-Hulk and shaved legs?
CSBG's Brian Cronin explores the theory that Mark Waid's critically-acclaimed "Daredevil" is overpraised due to its unique old-school style, comparing it to actual average superhero comics from 1973.
In the latest spotlight on comic book Easter Eggs, CSBG explores a Captain America cover referencing over a dozen Marvel staffers, plus Clark Kent and Lois Lane meet Captain Britain and more.
CSBG's list of cool comic book moments includes this week's spotlight on Wolverine and the first time he encountered The Hand in Frank Miller & Chris Claremont's famed "Wolverine" miniseries.
Every week, CSBG's Mark Ginocchio examines gimmick covers of the 1990s and decides if they were actually good comics or just sales ploys. Check out the master list, including the "Death of Superman" and "X-Men" #1!
Did Wonder Woman and Hal Jordan nearly have a romance thirty years ago? Did Marvel staffers go out of their way to print negative letters in Jack Kirby comics in the 70s? And what exactly is the Secret Cobra Salute?
It's an all-Spidey edition of CSBG's ongoing Easter egg exploration, with Peter Parker and Mary Jane getting a helping hand from MAD mascot Alfred E. Neuman, an encounter with a real-life Marvel legend and more.
You demanded it and now CSBG is letting you vote for your all-time favorites stories from X-Men spinoffs like X-Force, X-Factor, New Mutants and Wolverine! Cast your vote now to see if your favorite makes the top 50!
Based on your votes, CSBG presents the complete master list of the 50 Greatest X-Men Stories Ever Told, including "Days of Future Past," "Messiah Complex" and "X-Cutioner's Song."
CSBG has been tracking how many weeks in a row could go by with a new comic book homage cover going on sale -- does week 45 continue the streak? Find out!
This week, CBLR goes in depth to look at the mysterious "Death" of Iron Fist in the last issue of "Power Man and Iron First" in the mid-80s! Why did he die so suddenly? Was he going to return in the Avengers?
The latest Line it is Drawn features homages to classic comic book covers. Fantastic Four on the cover of "X-Men" #1, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles on the cover of "Fantastic Four" #1 and more!
CSBG has been counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! We've reached the end of the countdown, so come find out which story made it to #1!
In their latest examination of '90s gimmick covers and whether the comics within were good or not, CSBG takes a look at the time Wolverine lost his adamantium in "X-Men" #25 and "Wolverine" #75.
You voted and CSBG has been counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! Check out the list so far, which includes "Giant-Size X-Men," "House of M" and "X-Cutioner's Song."
In honor of "The Wolverine" opening this weekend, CSBG collects all of their past Comic Book Legends Revealed columns spotlighting the mutant who's the best there is at what he does!
It's an All-Wolverine Edition of CBLR! Why did Dougray Scott lose the role of Wolverine in "X-Men?" Was Apocalypse really behind Weapon X? And how did an unused design for Wolverine's face lead to Sabretooth's creation?
In honor of his new film, this week's Line it is Drawn features Wolverine team-ups! The Goon, Kenny from South Park and would you believe Wolverine and...Sharknado?
In their latest Comic Book Easter Eggs spotlight, CSBG takes a look at a series of Calvin and Hobbes cameos in the pages of multiple Superman titles, Power Pack and even in a Garfield comic strip!
You voted and now CSBG is counting down your picks for the 50 greatest X-Men stories of all-time! We begin with stories #50-41! Featuring the Phalanx, Magneto, Magik and more!
CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas that were explained away by other writers, including the latest addition -- the time Luke Cage was wanted for the murder of his best friend, Iron Fist.
CSBG looks at the oddest examples of reader letters found in Mort Weisinger's "Superman" line of titles from the 1950s & 60s, including the great "Should Superman spank Lois?" debate.
How did the Comics Code save Sue Storm from a spanking? Plus, a remarkable example of a mixed-comic book/novella from an acclaimed Argentinian writer, and who is the Gay Desperado?
This week, our artists drew your suggestions for Dr. Seuss/comic book mash-ups! Catwoman in the Hat, Swamp Thing as the Lorax, One Superman, Two Superman, Red Superman, Blue Superman and much more!
CSBG's Sonia Harris explores how using the word "banned" to describe comic books unavailable on comiXology's iOS app is often so misleading, it's essentially a lie.
CSBG's spotlight on comic book Easter eggs takes a look at the pop culture references Roy Thomas and Chris Claremont worked into the X-Men over the years, from "Star Trek" to "Lord of the Rings" and more!
CSBG is looking to find out what YOU think are the greatest X-Men stories of all-time! Click on over to cast your vote now, because it's only a few days until the polls close!
CSBG has collected instances of comic writers using their work to poke fun at other comic books and their creators, and the latest installment looks at the Great Lakes Avengers making fun of "Identity Crisis."