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The Rundown: May 29, 2017

By | May 29, 2017 | News

Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from over the weekend. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com. – In a series of tweets, artist Elsa Charretier (“Infinte Loop,” “Starfire”) made public that she will be leaving Marvel’s “Unstoppable Wasp” in August to work on […]

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Saturday Morning Panels (Week of 5/24/17)

By | May 27, 2017 | Columns

Hello, and welcome back to Saturday Morning Panels! It’s a very simple concept: since none of us are up to watching Saturday morning cartoons anymore, we are instead going to share with you our favorite panels from the week before. It’s a bit like Comics Should Be Cheap, except with more pictures and less reading. […]

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Five Thoughts On Attack On Titan’s “That Day”

By | May 26, 2017 | Television

It’s summer, and that means that pretty much every show worth watching is coming to an end. So we’re binge watching some old classics and favorites in the Multiversity Summer TV Binge. Although I’ve never been deeply into anime, the one exception has been Attack on Titan. Having already watched the first season with subtitles, I thought it […]

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“James Bond: Service” #1

By | May 26, 2017 | News

Kieron Gillen and Antonio Fuso pare Bond to the bone in “James Bond: Service” #1. If they cut any leaner, the most famous call sign at MI6 would become a standalone 7. What they leave behind is something of a post-Brexit exploration of the true service 007 provides. Written by Kieron Gillen Illustrated by Antonio […]

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“Rapture” #1

By | May 26, 2017 | Reviews

Finally the comic event you’ve been waiting for: Valiant crosses with The Leftove … oh, this is a different kind of Rapture story. Written by Matt Kindt Illustrated by Cafu Colored by Andrew Dalhouse Lettered by Dave Sharpe On a scarred landscape, two otherworldly armies prepare to battle one last time, vying for control of […]

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“Wonder Woman” #23

By | May 26, 2017 | Reviews

Fan-favorite writer Greg Rucka has only a few issues of Wonder Woman left to bring his story home. Rucka has limited space to wrap up the loose threads of the comic and tie up the greater mysteries of the series that have been dangling since the beginning of Rebirth. While Rucka has been spinning an […]

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“The Normals” #1

By | May 26, 2017 | Reviews

What if everything you thought you knew was a lie? That’s the question posed in Aftershock’s latest new series. Read on for our review of “The Normals” #1, which contains minor spoilers Written by Adam Glass Illustrated by Dennis Calero Colored by Adriano Augusto Think about your “life” for a moment…the people you’ve known, the […]

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The Rundown: May 26, 2017

By | May 26, 2017 | News

Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from the previous day. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com. – The trailer for Batman and Harley Quinn was released, the latest direct-to-video DC animated film. Bruce Timm will once again be directing, and the movie sees a […]

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Pick of the Week: “Venom” #150

Venom has been a fan favourite character with many incarnations over the years, but none are so iconic as the toothy, prehensile-tongued creeper that was everywhere in the 90’s. Now Marvel are bringing that AND original host Eddie Brock back into the limelight for this anniversary issue, with an all-star line-up of creators for three […]

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The DC3cast, Episode 69: ‘Rebirth’ Titles, Round 49, and a ‘Doomsday Clock’ Discussion

By , and | May 24, 2017 | Podcasts

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] ‘Rebirth’ is upon us, and so your fearless hosts are going to talk (at least) all the first issues of each ‘Rebirth’ title! The boys go on a rant about ‘Doomsday Clock,’ and somehow forget to mention Hypertime until well after an hour in. Follow our hosts on […]

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Saturday Morning Panels (Week of 5/24/17)

By | May 27, 2017 | Columns

Hello, and welcome back to Saturday Morning Panels! It’s a very simple concept: since none of us are up to watching Saturday morning cartoons anymore, we are instead going to share with you our favorite panels from the week before. It’s a bit like Comics Should Be Cheap, except with more pictures and less reading. […]

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This Week in Shonen Jump: May 22, 2017

By and | May 24, 2017 | Columns

Welcome to This Week in Shonen Jump, in which a rotating duo of Multiversity staffers take a look at two stories contained in each installment of Viz Media’s Weekly Shonen Jump. For the uninitiated, Weekly Shonen Jump is an anthology that delivers more than 200 pages of manga of all varieties. We hope that you’ll […]

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Art Of The Week: Week Of 05/24/2017

By | May 24, 2017 | Columns

Welcome, one and all, to Multiversity’s Art Of The Week! Each week, we scour the internet for the best artwork sourced from the blogs, tumblrs, twitters and instagrams of the best comic book artists out there and curate them here for your viewing pleasure. As ever, everything is collected down below so… enjoy! Miracle Monday […]

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Webcomics Worth Your While

By | May 16, 2017 | Longform

If I tried to count the hours I’ve spent reading webcomics, who knows how many days, months, or years it would find I’ve expended? From cats playing video games to the life and struggles of a former magical girl, there are so many comics that people have spent countless time and immeasurable effort working on, […]

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“Rapture” #1

By | May 26, 2017 | Reviews

Finally the comic event you’ve been waiting for: Valiant crosses with The Leftove … oh, this is a different kind of Rapture story. Written by Matt Kindt Illustrated by Cafu Colored by Andrew Dalhouse Lettered by Dave Sharpe On a scarred landscape, two otherworldly armies prepare to battle one last time, vying for control of […]

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“Wonder Woman” #23

By | May 26, 2017 | Reviews

Fan-favorite writer Greg Rucka has only a few issues of Wonder Woman left to bring his story home. Rucka has limited space to wrap up the loose threads of the comic and tie up the greater mysteries of the series that have been dangling since the beginning of Rebirth. While Rucka has been spinning an […]

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Priest on “Deathstroke,” ‘The Lazarus Contract,’ and Slade Wilson’s Character

By , and | May 24, 2017 | Interviews

“Deathstroke” has been the most pleasant surprise in all of ‘Rebirth,’ and that is due, in large part to its writer. Simply billed as Priest, or sometimes as Christopher Priest, the man formerly known as Jim Owsley had not written a DC comic since an issue of “Hourman” in late 2000. His return to DC […]

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Dispatches From The Frontier: “Manifest Destiny” And Ghosts Of The Past

By | May 16, 2017 | Annotations

Welcome back to Dispatches From The Frontier, Multiversity Comics’ “Manifest Destiny” annotations column. Following up on the last entry, we’re digging into issue 28 of “Manifest Destiny”, the Skybound Entertainment comic from Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts that follows Lewis and Clark on their journey to rid the Louisiana Purchase of great and terrible monsters. […]

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Five Thoughts On Attack On Titan’s “That Day”

By | May 26, 2017 | Television

It’s summer, and that means that pretty much every show worth watching is coming to an end. So we’re binge watching some old classics and favorites in the Multiversity Summer TV Binge. Although I’ve never been deeply into anime, the one exception has been Attack on Titan. Having already watched the first season with subtitles, I thought it […]

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Robots From Tomorrow – Episode 306: Dark Horse Anthologies, a Retrospective

By and | Jun 23, 2016 | Podcasts

Our month-long look at Dark Horse Comics continues with today’s overview of the publisher’s various anthology offerings. Yes, we’ve all heard of “Dark Horse Presents”…but what about “Mayhem”? Or “Deadline USA”? Or “Cheval Noir”? The lads dig deep on this one to give credit where credit is due for Dark Horse’s commitment to delivering many […]

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Exclusive: Michael Moreci Talks “Roche Limit: Clandestiny” and Shares 5 Pages [Interview and Preview]

By | Apr 7, 2015 | Interviews

“Roche Limit” was one of my favorite series of 2014 for good reason. Intriguing storytelling, gorgeous art, and dynamic colors made up a science fiction story that coaxed you into pondering deeper meanings while having a fun time. Writer Michael Moreci follows up the first part of his “Roche Limit” trilogy, “Anomalous,” with volume two […]

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A Crisis of Chronology: An Intro to Marvel

By | May 9, 2010 | Columns

Unlike DC, Marvel rarely revamps their heroes’ origin stories. While this can certainly be considered a good thing, as we don’t have to read the same story over and over again with a few touched up details, it doesn’t help bring in newer readers. No matter how amazing the classics are, it’s often hard for […]

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Robots From Tomorrow episode 171: “Judge Dredd – America” by John Wagner & Colin MacNeil [podcast]

By | Mar 5, 2015 | Podcasts

Thirty-eight years of continuous weekly publication has given Judge Dredd fans a huge back catalog of stories to choose from. Mike & Greg flex some Multiver-City One muscles in this episode and take an in-depth look at ‘America,’ the shattering tale by Dredd co-creator John Wagner and artist Colin MacNeil that makes absolutely clear what […]

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