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The Line pays tribute to horror legend Wes Craven with superheroes mashed up with classic Craven films, like Wolverine vs. Freddy Krueger!
Doctor Octopus once tried to marry Aunt May. Learn the bizarre reason why!
A look at the space-faring, conflicted, self-defeating version of the Silver Surfer
“Sometimes I sleep, sometimes it’s not for days and the people I meet always go their separate ways; sometimes you tell the day by the bottle that you drink, and times when you’re alone all you do is think” Tony Sedani sent me his comic, Return to Rander, which is the first of at least […]
The 1990s were filled with superheroes wearing short-lived "battle armors." CSBG spotlights the top five silliest superhero battle armors from the 90s.
Will the great comic book cover homage streak hit week 154? Find out!
Celebrate Labor Day with the oddest superhero day jobs!
In CSBG's latest spotlight on comic book moments that are hilarious in hindsight, they take a look at Mephisto's obsession with marriages.
Writing the Sherlock Holmes column a couple of weeks ago reminded me of something we used to see in comics all the time and now we don’t. Detectives. Now, when I say that, I mean something very specific. I don’t mean crime-fighters. We have a plethora of crimefighters in comics, many in colorful costumes. Leaving […]
In their latest spotlight on comic plots best forgotten, CSBG looks at the time Professor X forced the X-Men to fight each other to the death for...reasons?
He might be a werewolf by night, but can he also kick the Hulk's ass at night, too? Find out in CSBG's latest spotlight on "bad" superhero fights!
After a gloomy silence, he told me a story: “I was sitting in a taxi, and the driver said to me, oh, we have to thank the whites for many things. They brought roads, bridges, tall buildings, things we didn’t know how to do. Before, we lived very poor lives. Well, I didn’t argue with […]
Perhaps the most iconic phrase in all of comics is "It's a Bird! It's a Plane! No, It's Superman!" It is SO iconic that it is perfect for other comics to make fun of it. Here are five examples of comics doing just that.
In their latest cool comic book moment, CSBG looks to the battle where Wolverine proved his honor in the Claremont/Miller mini-series.
This week, was DC Comics going to kill Jason Todd regardless of the 1-900 results? If Jason Todd WASN'T killed, what was his destiny in the Bat-books? Plus, learn which X-Men figure was used to make the very first Lara Croft action figure!
This week, in honor of Labor Day, our artists draw superheroes getting real jobs, like Spidey washing windows or Hulk working as a bouncer!
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.
What connective theme do Dr. Doom, Joker and Vector from the U-Foes share? Let us know!
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.
Will the great comic book cover homage streak hit week 153? Find out!