In their latest look at creators talking about comics in their comics, CSBG shows an odd joke about the New Teen Titans in the pages of Spider-Woman!
In their latest look at superhero resurrections, CSBG spotlights how Spider-Woman came back from being dead and forgotten by everyone!
Marvel artist and colorist, Marie Severin, who started in comics for EC Comics in the 50s and co-created Spider-Woman in the 70s, has passed away.
In their latest look at unresolved comic book stories, CSBG explores how Spider-Woman's bounty hunter career was never actually explained.
In their latest look at recurring comic plot points, CSBG examines how many times Spider-Woman was tied up in just the first year of her comic series!
CBR delves deep into the Marvel hero roster to find 15 heroes that Marvel would rather forget.
Sex sells, but sometimes the reaction to it can be scandalous! Here is a look at the most scandalous comic book art of all-time.
She's tangled with super villains in her time, but is she prepared for a Goblin? Marvel Comics' Spider-Woman #17 by Dennis Hopeless & Veronica Fish.
“SCARE TACTICS” PART 4! SPIDER-WOMAN VS. HOBGOBLIN! FINAL ROUND, WINNER TAKE ALL! Marvel Comics' Spider-Woman #16 by Dennis Hopeless & Veronica Fish.
Jessica Drew is going to be saying R.I.P.P.…(the extra P stands for PORCUPINE!) Marvel Comics' Spider-Woman #15 by Dennis Hopeless & Veronica Fish.
In their latest look at notable comic book retcons, CSBG looks at just what, exactly, is Spider-Woman's origin nowadays?
Jessica Drew is in the fight of her life against THE HOBGOBLIN! Marvel Comics' Spider-Woman #14 by Dennis Hopeless & Veronica Fish.
The always deadly villain's arrival leaves a trail of destruction and grief in the wake of his goblin glider, as [SPOILER]'s fate seems sealed.
Is Jessica Drew prepared her for her toughest challenge yet – the Hobgoblin? Marvel Comics' Spider-Woman #13 by Dennis Hopeless and Veronica Fish.
Porcupine and Jess go on a whirlwind adventure! Marvel's Spider-Woman #12 by Dennis Hopeless and Tigh Walker.
Jessica Drew puts her private investigator gloves on in Denis Hopeless and Veronica Fish's Spider-Woman #11.
Dennis Hopeless explains how Jessica Drew finds herself looking into the visions at the core of Captain Marvel and Iron Man's ideological battle.