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CSBG's yearly Top 100 poll has begun! Check out the guidelines and vote for your top ten favorite comic book creator runs of all time!
In CSBG's latest collection of comic book easter eggs, be amazed by how many characters Art Adams managed to fit on a single "Spectre" cover! Plus, easter eggs with Boba Fett and Jen Van Meter!
Check out CSBG's yearlong collection of cool comic book moments, including the dramatically awesome conclusion to Grant Morrison's "Batman R.I.P" where you learn exactly what IS "the thing" about Batman.
Every week CSBG examines abandoned comic book stories and ideas. In honor of Alan Davis' return to the ClanDestine characters in a series of Marvel Annuals, we look back to his first return where he explained away everything since leaving.
Check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition with one of the strangest stories from one of the strangest heroes ever -- Herbie the Fat Fury. It must be seen to be believed!
This week, it's an all TV-related CBLR! Did David Caruso really play Archie Andrews on a TV series? And was Wendy from "Super Friends" originally meant to be related to Batman?!
In honor of Labor Day weekend, The Line It Is Drawn artists depict superheroes forced to get new jobs! Superman the gossip columnist? Peter Parker the Playboy photographer? Ghost Rider delivering pizzas? All this and much, much more!
CSBG concludes their look at the Easter eggs in Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek's "Marvels" with a look at issue #4, as John Romita, Clark Kent and Bob Marley all make appearances!
CSBG's examination into the introductions of various comic lore continues with a look at DC vigilante, Roy Harper. See his evolution from Green Arrow's sidekick Speedy to Red Arrow and back! Plus, his history with drugs and tragedy!
Every week CSBG spotlights hidden references and in-jokes hidden in comics. Here's a collection of the various Easter Eggs uncovered over the years, including how John Byrne hid Barney Rubble in piles of rubble.
Check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition with the odd storyline where Spider-Man's long-lost parents were actually robots on a strange mission.
The bizarre tale of the dueling "Wizard of Oz" comic strips from the turn of the 20th Century! Was Jack Staff originally going to be a Union Jack comic book? And what did Chris Claremont have planned for Kitty Pryde?
This week, our artists drew your suggestions for team-ups and mash-ups of comic characters with video game characters. Grand Theft Auto: Gotham City, Pac-Man chasing Deadman, Spectre and Casper and more!
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their series of joint-reviews for the Before Watchmen comics with a look at Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo's' "Rorschach" #1!
Comic book writers often comment on the work of their peers using characters. Check out CSBG's collection of a number of these so-called "meta-messages," including Denny O'Neil using the Question for some commentary on Rorschach.
Come check out CSBG's collection of recurring comic book patterns, like all the times the SHIELD Hellicarrier has crashed, all the times that Superman has run into a doppelganger and all the times the Joker has fallen to his "death."
This week's installment of CBLR looks into the origins of Spidey villain the Shocker, censored "Beetle Bailey" strips and Alex Ross sneaking Namor's naughty bits into his and Kurt Busiek's "Marvels."
CSBG continues its series examining Easter eggs from Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross' "Marvels" with issue #2, as Ross homages EC Comics and the Fantastic Four meet the Beatles!
Joe Kubert had a particular affinity for covers depicting a false sense of security by the protagonists when trouble lurked around the corner. CSBG looks at a collection of Kubert's best covers with this theme.
CSBG's Brian Cronin takes a look at 25 great covers by the late Joe Kubert in honor of his recent passing, including cover art for "Tarzan," "Hawkman," "G.I. Combat," "Batman" and more.
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories and ideas that were abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the bizarre ages of Ma and Pa Kent at their death.
What do Luke Cage, Kitty Pryde and Blue Beetle have in common? Every week, CSBG challenges readers to guess the connective theme between three covers. Check out the collection and test your comic book knowledge!
This week, learn how Spider-Man's origin was changed - in his second appearance! Plus, the not-safe-for-work side of Beetle Bailey?!?! Also, who coined Marvel's "616'" designation?
CSBG begins a four-part examination at Easter Eggs in Alex Ross and Kurt Busiek's "Marvels" series, taking it an issue at a time. We begin with cameos from Clark Kent, Billy Batson, Popeye and more!
CSBG's examination into the introductions of various comic lore continues with a look at Mort Walker's Beetle Bailey. See Beetle's debut before he joined the army! See when he enlisted and when Sarge first showed up!
Every week since March, Chad Nevett has been asking Joe Casey a random question. Come check out the collection of questions and Casey's answers, including his thoughts on his X-Men run and "Before Watchmen."
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories and ideas abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the convoluted history of the erstwhile "X-Force" villain, Reignfire.
Come check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition, a bizarre tale of Lois Lane's evil personality coming out, Mister Hyde style.
Line it is Drawn celebrates its 100th installment with a series of #100 covers spotlighting some of the most popular mash-ups and team-ups our artist have done over the past 99 editions! Check 'em out! Guest artists galore!
As Rocket Raccoon prepares for a key role in Marvel NOW! as well as on the silver screen, check out these great Rocket Raccoon Easter eggs from Bill Mantlo, Sal Buscema and Mike Mignola!
Fresh off of her appearance in "Dark Knight Rises," CSBG gives you a primer on the first appearance of Catwoman, the debut of her classic costume, the reveal of her real name and the first time she and Batman kissed!
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the ever-changing pre-Crisis history of when Alfred first began working for the Waynes.
Come check out CSBG's weekly collection of the strangest comics of all-time, including the latest addition, when Batman went on a cruise with a few of his dumbest college friends.
An all-Batman edition of CBLR! Did DC Comics actually cancel Detective Comics in the late '70s?! Was there almost a Batman/Jon Sable crossover? Plus, discover the amazing tale of Bill Finger's only living heir!
CSBG's Chad Nevett and Brian Cronin continue their series of joint-reviews for the Before Watchmen comics with a look at Brian Azzarello and JG Jones' "Comedian" #2
"Uncanny X-Men" and "Phonogram" writer Kieron Gillen shares his picks for the top five British comic book characters with COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD (off the top of his head, of course).
It's a special Three Stooges edition of CSBG's Easter egg spotlight, as the comedy trio meets Batman, the Defenders, Power Pack, the Punisher and more!
Amid today's boom of conventions and superhero films, being a comic book fan is more accepted than ever. CSBG's Greg Hatcher grew up in another era, however, and this week he looks back on the "bad old days."
CSBG takes a look at "Peanuts" firsts, including the first appearances of Snoopy, Linus and Lucy and the first time Charlie Brown fell flat on his back after an unsuccessful attempt to kick a football held by Lucy
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories and ideas abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, when Robin tried to take away Batgirl's memory of the dynamic duo's identities.