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Holy Shock, Batman! Spider-Man 2099 Meets Batman Beyond

Spider-Man 2099 meets Batman Beyond in this piece by David Branstetter!

The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #89 (January 1999)

Image collapses without Jim Lee, Lobdell/Charest will set the world ablaze, & who owns the original covers to WATCHMEN? Find out in The Guide to the Guide to Comics!

Comic Book Questions Answered – How Was Batman Able to Build the Batcave in Secrecy?

CSBG answers their latest reader-submitted question - how was Batman able to build the Batcave in secret?

The Lost Days of Gonzo

One of the things you notice, when you have been hanging around comics and junk culture as long as I have, is that there’s a lot of stuff that’s just…. gone. It’s a natural consequence of getting old, I suppose, but it’s also a symptom of something fundamentally different about today’s popular culture than the […]

If I Pass This Way Again – Green Lantern Created the MOON?!

In their latest look at comic book plots that were never referenced after happening, CSBG examines whether the Earth's moon was somehow created by...Hal Jordan?!

Comic Book Legends Revealed #589

In this week's CBLR, how did the Spider-Man movie lead to Spider-Man Unlimited cartoon being created? Did John Byrne originally intend to transform the Vision back into the original Human Torch? And how did Mike Grell being late give us the Rocketeer?

The Line it is Drawn #304 – Golden Age Versions of Modern Comic Book Characters!

The Line goes back to the Golden Age by drawing modern superheroes in the style of the Golden Age!

Boston Comic Con 2016: Cosplay Edition

Here’s a quick highlight on Boston Comic Con 2016’s cosplay scene as encountered this past Friday and Saturday.  There were so many con-goers in remarkable costumes, but only so much space and time to take photos. While the convention did have cosplay-specific guests such as Ivy Doomkitty and Spock Vegas, I find I always prefer […]

If I Pass This Way Again – So Reed Richards Just Gets a Pass For His Clone of Thor Killing Goliath?

In their latest look at ignored comic book plots, CSBG marvels at how Reed Richards has gotten a free pass for cloning Thor and that clone killing Goliath.

The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #86 (October 1998)

WIZARD “fixes” Superman, Kevin Smith arrives at Marvel, & WATCHMEN talk, all in The Guide to the Guide to Comics

Comic Book Questions Answered – Does Superman Have to Work Out to Have a Good Body?

How does Superman have such a great body if he doesn't have to exert effort to lift things? CSBG tries to figure out an answer to this question...

Saturday In the Actor’s Studio

Every so often a trivia question gets lodged in my brain and I can’t get it out. A couple of weeks ago I got to wondering about how the hell Superman changing in a phone booth got to be a thing. It annoyed me so much that I ended up emailing Brian about it, only […]

Abandoned Love – Remember When Hal Jordan Was Totally Okay With Coast City’s Destruction?

In their latest look at abandoned stories, CSBG looks at how Hal Jordan was originally okay with the destruction of Coast City...

Comic Book Legends Revealed #588

In this week's CBLR, what other classic X-Men member was going to be a founding member of Excalibur? Did Marvel really sue Dave Stevens and Disney over the name "The Rocketeer"? And did Marvel call Venom's current book "Venom: Space Knight" so that they could trademark the name "Space Knight"?

The Line it is Drawn #303 – Cross-Company Suicide Squads!

The Line it is Drawn envisions new Suicide Squad teams made up of villains from different comic companies!

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