This week, based on your suggestions, our artists release the 'Snyder Cut' version of TV shows and movies!
In their feature showing how comic writers reversed seemingly permanent changes, CSBG sees how Steve Rogers dropped his Nomad ID for Captain America!
In their latest spotlight on weird Silver Age letters to the Superman editor, CSBG sees Mort Weisinger take a bright outlook on the future.
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG reveals who was the first comic book supervillain to return from the dead!
In their latest spotlight on clever shared comic universe continuity, CSBG shows how Mr. Mxyzptlk tied the DC and Marvel Universes together!
In their latest look at inexplicable comic book plots, CSBG examines how Storm's powers took a bizarre turn when the X-Men went to space!
What is the longest that DC Comics went between appearances of their most famous supervillains?
In their feature spotlighting 'test runs' of characters & plots, CSBG shows how the Ultra-Humanite was Lex Luthor before Luthor!
In their latest look at long-resolved comic book plots, CSBG reveals why Doctors Druid and Strange have such similar origin stories!
In their feature spotlighting examples of heroes breaking the fourth wall, CSBG shows how the villain Black Hand always talked to the readers!
In their feature spotlighting interesting back-up stories, CSBG looks at the last time Stan Lee and John Romita featured Gwen Stacy!
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG reveals when the Hulk first killed someone in the comics.
In their latest look at how movies and TVs impact comics, CSBG shows how Lois and Clark marrying on their TV show sped up the comic book wedding!
In their latest spotlight on bizarrely awesome comics, CSBG looks at one of the strangest ways Spider-Man ended up teaming up with another superhero!
In their feature providing the context behind famous out-of-context comic panels, CSBG reveals just why Batman seemingly hates chocolate!
In their feature seeing times where characters are cleared out for new stories, CSBG shows how Mark Gruenwald set up Mark Waid's Cap run.