Learn of the Nick Fury story that Stan Lee hated so much that he said it would never be reprinted! See when it finally did get reprinted!
When Aquaman ended abruptly in 1971, Steve Skeates kept the series going twice in two different comics for two different comic book companies!
While Iron Man, Captain America and Thor are now the 'Big Three,' who was the first superhero trio to use that name?
We take a look at what happened when the ruler of Apokolips got a chance to wield the Infinity Gauntlet!
Let CSBG give you a sense of how the world was reacting to Michael Keaton playing Batman back in late 1988/early 1989!
It is hard to quite capture what it was like when Stephen Platt burst on to the scene in 1993, but we will give it a shot!
A tribute to the late Ken Bald, who currently has the record for the oldest artist to ever draw a comic book cover!
Discover the interesting connection between Walt Disney's Michael Eisner and Bob Iger and the Golden Age of Comics' Will Eisner and Jerry Iger!
The Dark Phoenix Saga is one of the most commonly reprinted stories, and as a result, Marvel has gone through a number of different covers for it!
In the collected edition of the 1988 History of the DC Universe, there was an epic 'jam' poster by 51 legendary DC artists! You must check it out!
In honor of National Pi Day, we look at the strange journey of the one Hostess Fruit Pies villain to become a regular part of the Marvel Universe!
The actor famously played a Marvel supervillain, but the origin of his stage name is also somewhat tied to Marvel Comics history!
Marvel has to publish Captain Marvel comic books to maintain their trademark. Let's see what they have come up with over the years!
What is the longest that Marvel Comics went between appearances of their most famous supervillains?