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If you ever hear a comics fan whine about “the good old days,” CBG gives you permission to swat them with a copy of The Standard Catalog of Comic Books. Being a comics fan just keeps getting better and better, as evidenced by the big stories of 2012. Here is an expanded version of the story from CBG #1698 of some that caught our eye: See More
Part of our salute to Stan Lee’s 90th birthday in CBG #1697 includes an overview of the writer and editor’s career by our own Captain Comics and his Legion of Superfluous Heroes. See More
So many deserving comics, so few awards. So let’s give ’em out wholesale! See More
Think Archie’s life was just teen-age shenanigans? Check out Mr. Silver Age’s examination of Life with Archie. See More
Captain Comics explores two viewpoints on the financial aspects of the hobby in his column from Comics Buyer’s Guide #1696 (Dec 12). See More
Ramblings About Comics and Stuff Convention Special #7 Detroit Fanfare 2012 After experimenting with a move to downtown Detroit last year, the third annual Detroit Fanfare returned this weekend to the venue where it originally launched, at the Hyatt Regency … See More
The launch of DC’s “The New 52” in September 2011 was a huge gamble and a huge controversy. Arguments will rage on about various aspects of “The New 52” until we’re all old and gray, but there’s one thing that few fans question: It worked. Captain Comics has more inside. See More
JLA members closely guarded their secret identities. Sometimes. Who knew whose? Mr. Silver Age has a scorecard in CBG #1695. See More
These guys wanted to be super-heroes in the worst way — and that’s the way they did it! See More
2012 has been a pretty good year so far in comics. But what’s coming in the next few months may put what’s come before in the shade. A number of publishers were enthusiastic enough to answer our call for a roundup, so here we go … See More