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What comic book best represents the transition from The Golden Age to The Atom Age, pre-Silver Age — or whatever else you might call the mysterious post-war four-color limbo of the late 1940s and early 1950s? Michelle Nolan shares her opinion from CBG #1695! See More
All 64 (or 56, 48, 40, 32) Pages in Color for a Dime (Who was Who in the Four-Color Funnies, CBG #1694, Oct. 2012)
Getting the most bang for your comics buck has been an ongoing concern for decades and Michelle Nolan shares her early experiences in CBG #1694. See More
Michelle Nolan shares the history of Duckburg’s intrepid troop of explorers. See More
By Brent Frankenhoff Ask almost anyone who Spider-Man is and how he got his powers, and he or she will say something along the lines of Marvel’s own synopsis of The Wall-Crawler’s origins: “Bitten by a radioactive spider, student Peter … See More
Don’t be a knucklehead, you wiseguy! Read Today’s Comics Guide! You can help Peter David’s daughter realize a dream. Details inside! See More
CBG’s monthly talk with an independent publisher pays a visit to Terry Moore’s Abstract Studios in CBG #1671. See More
CBG #1671′s Unmasked (a series of questions posted to an industry professional) profiles NEC Art Director Bob Polio. See More
CBG‘s monthly visit with an independent publisher takes us to Massachusetts in CBG #1670 for a talk with New England Comics.
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