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With the Master of Quack Fu experiencing a sudden surge in popularity, it's the perfect time to dig into CSBG's archive of Howard the Duck legends!
Check out CSBG's collection of creators poking fun at other comic books (and creators), including Jim Shooter satirizing Steve Gerber during "Secret Wars II."
Marvel has released a preview for "Infernal Man-Thing" #1, the final swamp monster story written by the late Steve Gerber with art by Kevin Nowlan and a cover by Arthur Adams. The issue hits July 4.
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!
DC kicks off relaunch with midnight releases! Analysis of the Kirby copyright ruling! Jim Shooter recalls Steve Gerber! Grant Morrison pushes for publishers to allow creators to "go crazy"! Plus more!
In honor of his nomination for the Eisner Hall of Fame, CBLR devotes a whole week of legends to the late, great Steve Gerber, including the story of how Gerber and Frank Miller almost came to reboot DC's "Trinity" during the 80s!
Tim takes a brief diversion from Bendis' "Daredevil" in order to travel back in time and look at another groundbreaking Marvel run dealing with the strange goings-on in Hell's Kitchen: Steve Gerber's "Omega the Unknown."
Sparked by the recent release of a book of interviews, this week Tim ponders the Q&A format while recalling the best interview books of the past, featuring the likes of Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and many more.
Mark Evanier, Gail Simone, Paul Levitz and many more friends, family and colleagues of the late Steve Gerber gathered in New York to honor the venerable creator and share memories and stories about his life.