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Top Five Best Apocalypse’s Deaths

One of Apocalypse's best tricks is to take characters and turn them into his Horseman of Death. CSBG spotlights the top five Apocalypse Horsemen of Death.

Cover Theme Game for 9/2

What connective theme do Dr. Doom, Joker and Vector from the U-Foes share? Let us know!

Top Five Best Apocalypse Deaths

For a villain who is always going on about the "survival of the fittest," Apocalypse sure has died a lot. Here are his top five best deaths.

Trade paperbacks, older editions, and miscellaneous for July and August 2015

I do these fairly haphazardly, don’t I? Oh well – that’s the way it is! Bacchus volume 1 by Eddie Campbell (writer/artist/layouter), Ed Hillyer (finisher), Pete Mullins (artist), Woodrow Phoenix (letterer), and Wes Kublick (writer). $39.99, 557 pgs, BW, Top Shelf. Top Shelf is going to release two large volumes of Bacchus, collecting all of […]

Sunday in My Head

Okay, this is kind of nerdy and silly, but apparently this dumb habit of mine is shared by enough other people that there’s actually a name for it now. Mark Evanier had the BEST name for it, I think– he called it “Krypto-revisionism.” But that never really caught on. I gather that the current name […]

Knowledge Waits: 20 Rejected X-Men Covers

In CSBG's latest look at interesting pieces of comic book history, they take a look at 20 rejected X-Men covers!

The Wrong Side: Batman vs. Carnage

In their latest look at "bad" superhero fights, CSBG looks at the surprisingly maximum carnage that Batman delivered on Carnage when they fought.

What I bought – 26 August 2015

“Wherever you will find empty land, there are men who try to get closer to God.” (Don DeLillo, from The Names) New Mgmt #1 by Matt Kindt (writer/artist), Ian Tucker (assistant editor), and Brendan Wright (editor). $3.99, 25 pgs, FC, Dark Horse. This is Mind Mgmt #36, really, and Dark Horse seems stupid for releasing […]

The Abandoned An’ Forsaked – No,Really, HOW Did Storm and Black Panther First Meet?

In their latest spotlight on notable comic book retcons, CSBG looks at how Storm and Black Panther REALLY met...

Vote for the Top 100 DC and Marvel Characters of All-Time!

It's time for CSBG's Annual Top 100 poll! This year it is the Top 100 DC and Marvel Characters! Come cast your vote for your favorites!

Foundationed Deep – Wolverine Knows EVERYone, Even Spider-Man’s Parents!

In their latest spotlight on retroactive connections between characters, CSBG looks at the time that Wolverine met Spider-Man's parents.

Our Lives Together – That Time The Entire Marvel Universe Suffered a Summer Blizzard

Watch as the entire Marvel Universe reacted to blizzards in August 1984 due to events in that month's issue of Thor!

Sue Storm Celebrates Jack Kirby’s Birthday!

Phil Horton celebrates Jack Kirby's birthday with the Invisible Woman!

Comic Book Legends Revealed #538

This week, learn just who decided to kill off Gwen Stacy - Gerry Conway or John Romita. Plus, was the action figure for Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves just a repainted Green Arrow, right down to the G on his belt?

The Line it is Drawn #255 – Jack Kirby Birthday Tribute

It's Jack Kirby's birthday today! The Line it is Drawn artists all pay tribute to the King this week!

The Abandoned An’ Forsaked – Can Cyclops Not Control His Powers Because of a Head Injury?

In CSBG's latest spotlight on notable retcons, learn the tale of Cyclops' head injury as a child and its effect on his mutant powers!

Top Five Characters Retroactively Empowered by Apocalypse

The X-Men villain Apocalypse has been known to work in the shadows. Here are the top five characters he retroactively powered!

Comic Book Six Degrees: George R.R. Martin to Larry Niven

Can you connect George R.R. Martin to Larry Niven in six moves or less using just their comic book writing credits?

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