We always tell you that you’ll find your favorites in every issue of CBG and that’s really true in CBG #1692 with the results of our first Favorite Finds contest. The response was tremendous and, as you can see from these early entries, spread wide across the comics field. Who won? You’ll have to pick up the issue to find out. It all starts with an outstanding cover designed by Al West with assistance by Duayne Kett of our design department.
Favorite Finds may be the main feature of this issue (taking the place of our regular letters column, which returns in CBG #1693), but there’s many more features to enjoy this issue.
Mr. Silver Age holds his annual Trivia Challenge. How well do you stack up against Mark Waid and a panel of fans?
Captain Comics looks at the latest wave of releases in DC’s “New 52.”
Michelle Nolan unearths what could be the most obscure comic book of 1960 — Going Steady.
Tony Isabella reviews the comics of today and looks at the releases of July 1963.
In Beautiful Balloons, Maggie Thompson reviews some of this year’s Free Comic Book Day offerings, while our review section rates others.
IDW’s Chris Ryall lists his Top 10 Favorite Comic Book Covers.
And, Peter David shares his Favorite Finds.
It’s all inside CBG #1692, available now!