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The Skrulls lost their ability to change shapes -- what happened there? CSBG examines that and other dropped comic book plots.
Every day this year, CSBG has been examining the careers of some of the greatest comic book artists of all-time. Check out the list so far!
This week, CSBG's The Line artists celebrate Thanksgiving by sharing pieces they didn't finish over the year. Check 'em out!
CSBG debuts a new feature where you explain why one character would defeat another and then a pair of artists will draw the best ideas for each character winning.
Comics Should Be Good is still collecting your votes for the greatest comic book writers and artists of all-time! The more votes better the results!
CSBG has a collection of comic book debuts, like the first time readers saw each incarnation of the Avengers villain Ultron!
If you ever wanted to read official Disney comics where Winnie the Pooh and his friends are jerks to each other, CSBG has just the thing for you!
John Byrne helped to make Wolverine into a comic book superstar, but what surprising actor did Byrne base his Wolverine on? Find out!
Kelly Thompson is often asked to recommend female-friendly comic books. Check out this list that you can snag on a $50 monthly comic book budget.
CSBG is still collecting your votes for the greatest comic book writers and artists of all-time! Vote today to help your picks land on top.
CSBG has a collection of creators referencing other works, including Nextwave's response to the infamous Ultimate Captain America insult of France.
Silver Age fans seemingly couldn't get enough of comic books with gorillas on their covers and CSBG has collected these primate-adorned covers!
With "Paper Magazine" attempting to "break the internet," CSBG looks back at which comic first hyped itself as having the power to do the same.
CSBG's spotlight on strange comics looks at a 1970 "Justice League of America" issue where Zatanna's teammates were a little too enamored with her.
If Marvel Studios bucks popular opinion and doesn't hire Katee Sackhoff, Kelly Thompson has ten options that might make "Captain Marvel" soar.
Comics Should Be Good is still collecting your votes for the greatest comic book writers and artists of all-time! More votes mean better results!
At the end of the "Infinity Gauntlet" crossover, readers learned the gauntlet could never be used again. Check out this and more retconned stories.
In honor of the recently announced "Thor: Ragnarok" movie, CSBG looks at the various times Ragnarok has shown up in Marvel's "Thor" comics.
In the latest character connections spotlight, CSBG looks at how John Byrne made Sandman & Green Goblin cousins based on their similar haircuts.
CSBG's latest spotlight on strange stories takes a look at the time Spider-Man fought a living wall, a character created by Joss Whedon's father!
Sonia Harris explains why all the recent excitement surrounding upcoming comic book screen adaptations don't excite her.
Comics Should Be Good is counting down the Top 100 comic book writers and artists of all-time, and YOU get to pick the list. Click here to vote!
CSBG often answers fan questions, and the latest asks why is it that Marvel Comics merchandise never appears on CBS' sitcom "The Big Bang Theory."
CSBG has a collection of pop culture references in old comic books, like Spider-Man poking fun at the first "Batman" movie and more!
CSBG spotlights a number of soft reboots in comics, including the latest overhaul of the new 52 "Batgirl!"
Silver Age Superman letters are always the best -- check out CSBG's collection of these letters and their often bizarre replies by Mort Weisinger.
CSBG spotlights great comics that were never reprinted, including the curious absence of Wally West Flash reprints and other forgotten stories.
CSBG has a collection of reviews by Matt Derman of comics that came out in the year he was born, 1987! Check out his look into comics' past.
Did "Twin Peaks" nearly find a second life as a comic book? Does Marvel actually own a trademark on "snikt" and "thwip?"
Following her TV debut on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," we revisit the extremely complicated history of Bobbi Morse, the hero known as Mockingbird.
A week after Wolverine's passing, revisit his strange appearance at Marvel's 1993 Financial Report, where he REALLY wanted to learn more about merchandise.
CSBG looks at a reference in the pages of "X-Men" to one of "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin's least successful novels of all-time.
CSBG brings some classic comic book beefs to light. See some of the ways comic creators tip their hats or call out others in the industry.
CSBG looks at some of the gimmick foil covers of the '90s and determine whether or not the stories were any good. In the hot seat is "The Flash."
In their latest spotlight on comic book retcons, CSBG looks at multiple contradictory reports of whether Doctor Doom let the villain Arcade light a match on his armor.
All week CSBG is serializing the start of the "Tea Party" Chapter 2, the American Revolution web comic from The Line It Is Drawn artist Thea Sousa.
CSBG investigates the interesting and complicated history of Wolverine's claws, and whether or not they are a part of his mutant abilities.
Come celebrate Wolverine's 40th anniversary with a collection of Comic Book Legends Revealed installments about the mutant hero.
The Line drew your suggestions for heroes and villains reversing course a la Marvel's "AXIS" event! Evil Super Grover, Heroic Joker & Villainous Batman!