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Inventory: 13 times that comics characters met their makers

Comic books have a long history of real-life creators being thrown into fictional narratives, often in smaller cameo appearances, but also in grander ways that have a deeper impact on the narrative. This inventory looks at examples where...Show More Summary

Flatbush Zombies Get Deadpool Cover

Since last year, Marvel has been producing variant comic book covers that pay homage to hip-hop. The publisher has put out Run the Jewels-influenced covers of Howard the Duck, Deadpool, and Black Panther, a Kendrick Lamar-style cover of Guardians of Infinity, a Biggie-influenced Ant-Man cover, and plenty more. Show More Summary

Mindy Newell: Post-Denver Blues

Hey, guys, I’m home. I was going to tell y’all about my absolutely fabulous weekend at the Denver Comic Con, but besides bringing home great memories, super inspiration, and renewed zest to write a children’s book and some comics, I also brought home… Something not so pleasant. It started with a sore throat on Wednesday […]

The Guide to the Guide to Comics – WIZARD #77 (January 1998)

The JLA meet the Super Friends, and WIZARD reviews 1997’s Year in Comics! Plus, another Marvel book scores a “1” on the review scale. Find out which one…

Batgirl Is Getting Her Own Movie If This Notoriously Bloody Filmmaker Has His Way

The beloved comic book character Batgirl could be getting her own movie franchise, that is if everything falls into place for director Nicolas Winding Refn. There has been no shortage of superhero movies over the past few years, but Hollywood has been heavily criticized for focusing on male superheroes. Show More Summary

An Evening with Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Not content with being an NBA legend and columnist for the Washington Post, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is adding a new career to his resume: comic book writer, as he explores one of his lesser-known passions, the mythology of Sherlock Holmes, and particularly the career of Holmes' brother, Mycroft...

KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR COMES TO COMICS WITH “MYCROFT HOLMES”

Not content with being an NBA legend and columnist for the Washington Post, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is adding a new career to his resume: comic book writer, as he explores one of his lesser-known passions, the mythology of Sherlock Holmes, and particularly the career of Holmes' brother, Mycroft...

'DOCTOR STRANGE': Benedict Wong on the Different Take of His Character

It was interesting nearly six months ago when we learned that Benedict Wong would be playing the role of Wong, Doctor Strange's sidekick from the comic book of the same name. The strange part, however, wasn't the actual casting of Wong, but rather the idea that Marvel would actually have a DOCTOR STRANGE film with the role of Wong in it. Show More Summary

Why ‘Justice League’ Might Flop, Despite Being ‘Fun’ [OPINION]

First, let me start by saying I want Justice League to be fantastic. I do want this. I happen to be someone who enjoys great comic book genre movies regardless of who’s making them. Justice League or other DC-based movies don’t exist as a kind of exception. Show More Summary

12 Greatest Comic Book Alien Invasions

If "Independence Day: Resurgence" isn't your idea of fun, then settle in with CBR's rundown of the best alien invasions in comics.

Did Neal Adams Re-Write the Green Arrow/Speedy Drug Story's Ending?

Comic Book Legends Revealed looks at what was supposed to happen in the famed "Green Lantern/Green Arrow" story and just why it was changed.

The 6 Most Embarrassing Superhero Costume Updates

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Comic book authors are constantly trying to change things up, to keeping long-time readers interested and to give a new generation a way to relate to superheroes who have been around for decades. The backstories change, the characters them,selves changed, and for visual effects, those iconic costumes get changed. Show More Summary

"Does Deadpool Actually LIKE Chimichangas?" & More Comic Book Questions Answered

CSBG answers reader-submitted questions, including the surprisingly tricky question of whether Deadpool actually likes Chimichangas... or not.

Comic Book Questions Answered: Does Deadpool Actually Even LIKE Chimichangas?

In their latest comic book question answered, CSBG finds out whether Deadpool actually likes chimichangas in the comic books!

Comic Book Reviews: MARVEL ROUND UP

This week I try to find some diamonds in the rough of Civil War Ii mania! Can Power Man Luke Cage Fly? What happened to Banner after Amadeus became the Hulk? Is Hank Pym really back? All these questions answered and more! Got a bookShow More Summary

Rumor: Marvel Studios & 20th Century Fox Are Considering Some Kind of Crossover

Earlier this summer, Marvel Studios kicked off the blockbuster season with Captain America: Civil War. Not only was it a huge comic book flick because it featured a face-off between Iron Man and Captain America, forcing the rest of The...Show More Summary

‘The Walking Dead’ To Deviate From The Comics In Season 7 [Spoilers]

The Walking Dead has never been afraid to move away from things that happen in the comic books, or even change things so that the fate of one character happens to another character. An example can last season when Denise took an arrow the head, something that happened to Abraham in the comic books. Show More Summary

Cover Contest: Hit the Road, Jack!

Comic book characters forced (or choosing) to leave their homes, friends, teams, planets and more are the name of the game this week.

"Green Arrow Cheated on Black Canary and Blamed the Other Woman" & More Iffy Plots

CSBG has an archive of comic book plots that should be forgotten, like when Ollie cheated on Black Canary and then blamed the woman he slept with.

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