DC's Millennium involved superhero's supporting cast members turning out to be secret Manhunter agents. See which cast members were chosen!
There has been a multitude of Green Lanterns in Sector 2814 since Abin Sur entrusted the ring with Hal Jordan. But who came before Abin Sur?
See Venom's journey from outright villain to lethal protector back to villain back to anti-hero back to villain and, well, you get the idea.
Jack Kirby worked with many inkers in his early years on the Fantastic Four, and a result, the Thing's look evolved from inker to inker!
Learn about the independent film that Neal Adams made in the early 1980s that starred his kids and a group of comic book creators as actors!
Black Panther was recently named the chairperson of the Avengers, but did you know that this is actually the second time he's held the position?
The great Marie Severin was always very playful with her fellow Marvel staffers. Check out a hilarious 'feud' she had with Don McGregor in the 1970s!
During his run on Sgt. Fury and His Howling Commandos, writer Gary Friedrich put together a series of spotlight issues now known as the 'The' Series
As the regular colorist for EC Comics during their heyday, Marie Severin had a huge influence on the look and style of those classic horror comics.
Gary Friedrich cleverly decided to set an issue of Sgt. Fury within the film, Casablanca, but Stan Lee squelched it, leading to a hilarious 'fix'
Perhaps the most famous bubblegum pop song of all-time, 'Sugar, Sugar' is famous for being a hit song for a fictitious band. How did it come about?
Learn of Marvel's six supervillains named Malice!
In their latest look at recurring comic plot points, CSBG examines times that characters referenced Batman knocking Guy Gardner out with 'one punch'
John Byrne's first five issues of Sensational She-Hulk paid an amusing homage, of sorts, to the first five issues of Fantastic Four.
After Steve Ditko left Marvel, Steve Skeates wrote an issue of Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves that ended up looking like a lost Ditko Dr. Strange story!
Back in the 1970s, Marvel would sometimes have to do reprints when deadlines were missed. What do you do, though, if the late book is a NEW book?
Learn of the unusual way that the Ultraverse chose to launch their Firearm comic book series.