In their feature showing where characters are cleared out for new series, CSBG shows how Green Arrow was set up for his Hard Traveling Heroes era.
In their feature looking at how superheroes have revealed their secret identities, CSBG shows how Captain America unmasked to the world!
In their feature looking back on comics from 10/25/50/75 years ago, CSBG spotlights the breakup of Batman and Robin!
In their feature on notable comic book contests, CSBG reveals the winners of a Hulk fan contest where they meet 'Mean Joe.'
In their latest look at old cultural references in comics, CSBG explains how Archie briefly tried to do a comic book like the TV series, Laugh-In!
In their feature showing where characters are cleared out for new series, CSBG shows how Hawkeye's leg was broken to clear the way for his first mini!
In their latest look at how movies and TVs impact comics, CSBG shows how the Archie cartoon led to Sabrina being integrated into the comics!
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG reveals when Captain America's shield officially went from blue outer rings to red.
It's CSBG's annual Top 100 poll! This year, your vote is for the top comic book writers and artists of all-time! It is the final two weeks of voting!
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover a tragic comic book produced by an artist during the most horrific time imaginable.
In their latest spotlight on bizarrely awesome comics, CSBG sees the time that the Flash failed because he was too busy with his wife...in bed.
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG tries to figure out which character was the first one to be killed in a Marvel comic!
In their feature discussing Avengers history, CSBG has Eileen Gonzalez & Brian Cronin spotlight Hawkeye's love breaking Black Widow free!
In their latest spotlight on notable comic firsts, CSBG tries to figure out when the Collector first became a cosmic being in the Marvel Universe!
In their latest look at notable comic book retcons, CSBG shows how Professor Phineas Horton just couldn't stay dead...until he was, of course.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover whether Joe Simon and Jack Kirby are really the sole creators of the Red Skull.