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You voted, COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD counted and now presents your choices for the 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age - see if your choices made the cut!
COMICS SHOULD BE GOODs yearly Advent Calendar finishes today, so check it out and see the special "treat" you get by opening each of the days on the calendar!
You voted, COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD counted and now presents your choices for the 25 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age!
The votes are in - now find out what COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD readers have decided are the most memorable covers of the Marvel Age!
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Marvel Comics with ComicS SHOULD BE GOOD by voting for the 50 Most Memorable Covers of the Marvel Age!
All the way through Christmas Eve, CSBG will be counting down the full list of the top 200 Marvel and DC characters of all-time based on your votes! Come see who has shown up so far this week!
We're examining comic book stories and ideas that were abandoned and explained away by later writers. Check out the tales that have been featured so far, like Aunt May's death and Ben Reilly being the real Spider-Man!
Celebrate this winter's Christmas holiday with COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's annual Comics Advent Calendar!
CSBG continues their Christmas season-long countdown of the Top 200 Marvel and DC Characters of all-time, as decided upon by your vote!
CSBG celebrated the sixth annual Fred Van Lente Day with a chat with Van Lente about comic book history and comic book piracy with fellow comic book creator Steve Lieber, Greg Pak and Ryan Dunlavey.
Celebrate Fred Van Lente Day by joining a live online chat between Fred Van Lente and CSBG's Brian Cronin as they discuss comic book history from 11:30 AM -12:30 PM Pacific - -or maybe even longer!
Today, on Fred Van Lente Day, CSBG has news about the collection of Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey's "Comic Book Comics" series, along with an exclusive first look at the cover of the collection!
Celebrate CSBG's sixth-annual Fred Van Lente Day with an exclusive look at the first five pages of Van Lente's upcoming comic about the Renaissance, with art by Sarah Oleksyk.
Last month, you voted on your choices for the greatest stories by writers like Garth Ennis and Roy Thomas and the greatest stories starring characters like Doctor Doom and Daredevil. Now, see the full results!
Over a hundred artists are trying to be part of the Line it is Drawn team. Check out their submissions for the theme of "turn famous people/characters into superheroes and villains" as they try to gain your vote!
Every day until Christmas Eve, CBSG will be revealing the rest of your picks for the Top 200 DC and Marvel Characters of all-time! Well over a thousand ballots were cast, so come see who your favorites are!
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD asked you to vote for your preference on Spidey's marital status, and after tallying up thousands of votes, here's what you had to say on the topic!
All November, CSBG has been revealing your choices for the Greatest Comic Book Stories Ever Told by writers like Greg Rucka and J.M. DeMatteis and starring characters such as Catwoman and the Flash! Check the results!
All month-long, Comics Should Be Good has been testing your ability to identify comic book artists based on a series of four panels. Come test your skills with the list of art challenges!
This week's CBLR is a tribute to the legendary Will Eisner! Learn the bizarre story of the fabricated feud between Eisner & Al Capp! Discover the mystery John Law and why he's such an important part of Spirit history! And more!
CSBG continues their Greatest Stories Ever Told month by revealing your choices for the greatest stories starring Catwoman, Luke Cage and the Martian Manhunter! Plus, the Greatest Neal Adams Stories Ever Told!
With the four-year anniversary of Brand New Day soon upon us, CSBG wants to hear your thoughts - do you like Spider-Man single or did you prefer him in wedded bliss?
In this week's CBLR, learn the amazing story of how Alan Moore decided to let Marvel reprint his Captain Britain stories! Plus, legends involving Captain America, a showgirl and an ostrich!
The readers voted and now you can see what CBR fandom has decided are the greatest Matt Fraction stories ever told!
Throughout November, CSBG is sharing the results of your votes for the Greatest Comics Stories Ever Told! This week, we have the greatest stories of Jason Aaron, Steve Gerber, She-Hulk and more!
All month long, CSBG is testing your ability to identify comic book artists by a single panel of their work. See how well you can do with our daily challenge (and be amazed at some of the answers!)!
This week, learn the surprising X-Men related origin behind the Trial of Reed Richards! Also, discover the hidden truth behind "Knightfall," plus, were the Katzenjammer Kids too German for America in the 1910s?
All month long, CSBG is collecting your votes for the greatest stories ever told, starring characters like Luke Cage and Lois Lane and writers like Jason Aaron and Scott Lobdell! Cast your vote tday
Kelly Thompson shares eight great new ongoing series that happen to be female positive! Come see what books she's chosen - you might discover a new favorite comic!
All November, CSBG will features your votes for the Greatest Stories written by your favorite creators and starring your favorite characters! So far, we've had lists for Daredevil, Joe Casey, Red Robin & more!
Every day this month, CSBG will have a new challenge where you will have to identify comic book artists by single panels featuring famous comic book characters. Come test your artist identification skills!
CSBG's month of greatest stories ever told begins with your votes for the greatest Daredevil stories ever told! Come see which stories made the top ten!
All October, CSBG has been stockpiling the scariest comics of all-time and now that Halloween has finally come, be sure to check out the full list to see some spooky, eerie and downright scary comics!
Due to popular demand, CSBG's month-long Greatest Stories Ever Told feature is returning for November, and we need your votes now to decide what are the greatest comics stories of all time!
CSBG's month-long examination of comic book creators commenting on the work of other creators is almost over! See what stories have been featured so far, including some "Civil War" humor, Squirrel Girl and more!
Writer of "The Stand" comic adaptation Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa stops by with a contribution to the Scariest Comic Book of All-Time! See what comic book has haunted Roberto since he was a child!
Are you ready to rock? This week, our artists drew your suggestions for music groups formed by comic book characters! Emma Frost and Catwoman in a Spice Girls knock-off? Spider-Man and Static in a boy band?
CSBG continues its examination of comic book writers referencing the work of their peers (and sometimes themselves!). From the use of a MARV ray to the Question telling us that Rorschach sucks, it's all here!
As we count the days to Halloween, CSBG has been providing a daily supply of the scariest comic books of all time based on your suggestions! See what comics have appeared so far!
In their most recent example of comic book writers using their characters to comment on other writers' comics, CSBG looks at Jim Starlin's use of Thanos clones and how Dan Slott had some fun with the concept.