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“Onyx”

By Matthew Garcia | Feb 12, 2016 | Reviews

With roots in that sort of ’80s military science fiction action set, “Onyx” bursts on the scene with plenty of pyrotechnics, crazy monsters, rough heroes, and world-ending stakes. In 100 pages, creators Chris Ryall and Gabriel Rodriguez throw everything they can at the page, and the whole thing comes off as sort of . . […]

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“Ultimates” #4

By Stephenson Ardern-Sodje | Feb 12, 2016 | Reviews

The past couple of days everyone has been going crazy over the fact that Bryan Fuller, of Hannibal fame, has been confirmed to helm the new Star Trek TV series. While Abrams may have brought a version of the classic show to the big screen only recently, it seems fans are still pining for a […]

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Pick of the Week: “Batman” #49

By Keith Dooley | Feb 12, 2016 | Pick of the Week, Reviews

Realism and science fiction clash together wonderfully in “Batman” #49, giving us a new origin for Batman that retains the inspiring spirit of the character. Snyder and Tynion write a pivotal issue that adds to the current 21st century mythos of a character born of the 1930s. Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV […]

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Mignolaversity News Update – February 2016

By Mark Tweedale | Feb 12, 2016 | News

Welcome to Mignolaversity News Update, your monthly recap of Mignolaverse-related news. This month Nerdist posted the May solicitations, so let’s check them out… Hellboy in Hell #9 (Part 1 of 2) Written and Illustrated by Mike Mignola Colored by Dave Stewart On sale May 4, 2016 Hellboy faces demons furious about the fall of Hell […]

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The Rundown: February 12, 2016

By Greg Matiasevich | Feb 12, 2016 | 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. – Superman may fight the neverending battle for truth, justice, and the American way, but when it comes to his creators rights, that fight looks like it’s […]

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Art Of The Flash

By Alice W. Castle | Feb 11, 2016 | Art Feature

Welcome to Flash Day! Here at Multiversity Comics, we’re celebrating everything about our favourite Scarlet Speedster all day. This is Art Of The Flash where, much like Art Of The Week, we’re going to be showcasing some of our favourite pieces of art featuring The Flash. Obviously, this isn’t going to be an extensive list […]

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The Flash: Emergency Stop

By Alice W. Castle | Feb 11, 2016 | Reviews

The 90s were a weird time for comics, especially for DC’s heroes.. Batman had his back broken by a Luchadore on steroids. Superman died, came back and briefly turned in two red and blue electric variants of himself. Green Lantern got possessed by the yellow entity of fear, killed the entire Green Lantern Corps and […]

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A Young Scientist Is Exposed to Hard Water Fumes, You Won’t Believe What Happens Next

By Mike Romeo | Feb 11, 2016 | Annotations

Every superhero has an origin story. Murdered parents, destroyed home world, that sort of thing. Actually, come to think of it, DC’s (arguably) biggest heroes all have origins that relate to their parents.  Batman’s parents died in front of him. Superman’s parents (also dead) sent him to earth to escape their doomed planet. Wonder Woman’s […]

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Pick of the Week: “Batman” #49

Realism and science fiction clash together wonderfully in “Batman” #49, giving us a new origin for Batman that retains the inspiring spirit of the character. Snyder and Tynion write a pivotal issue that adds to the current 21st century mythos of a character born of the 1930s. Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV […]

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Art Of The Week: Week Of 02/10/2016

By Alice W. Castle | Feb 10, 2016 | Columns

You know who doesn’t get enough love? Power Girl doesn’t get enough love. Majority of the times I see people talk about her it’s either to condemn or defend the giant hole in the fabric of her costume right over her cleavage. But, y’know, she’s so much more than that. She’s an example of a […]

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Multiversity Manga Club: February 2016

By Zach Wilkerson | Feb 10, 2016 | Columns

Welcome to the latest edition of the Multiversity Manga Club! We at Multiversity Comics are huge fans of all kinds of comics, but our coverage admittedly skews toward American and European books. Nevertheless, manga, or Japanese comics, has a huge presence in the world of graphic story-telling, as anyone who has frequented a book store […]

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Multiver-City One: 2000 AD Prog 1967

By Greg Matiasevich | Feb 10, 2016 | Columns

Welcome, citizens, to this week’s installment of Multiver-City One! Every Wednesday we examine the latest offerings from Tharg and the droids over at 2000 AD, the galaxy’s leading producers of Thrill-Power entertainment! Between the weekly “2000 AD” itself, the monthly “Judge Dredd Megazine”, an extensive library of graphic novel collections, and new US-format one-shots and […]

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A Jessica Jones ‘Alias’ Conversation

By Matthew Garcia | Nov 18, 2015 | Longform

Marvel’s Netflix series Jessica Jones (dropping Friday, November 20th) has already generated significant buzz and anticipation, remarkable for a character whose name recognition was Wasp-sized two years ago.  But the attention has been galvanized by the quality of the Daredevil series, smart casting of lead Krysten Ritter, David Tennant as Kilgrave, Carrie-Anne Moss, Mike Colter, […]

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“Onyx”

By Matthew Garcia | Feb 12, 2016 | Reviews

With roots in that sort of ’80s military science fiction action set, “Onyx” bursts on the scene with plenty of pyrotechnics, crazy monsters, rough heroes, and world-ending stakes. In 100 pages, creators Chris Ryall and Gabriel Rodriguez throw everything they can at the page, and the whole thing comes off as sort of . . […]

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Ultimates 4 Featured Image Reviews
“Ultimates” #4

By Stephenson Ardern-Sodje | Feb 12, 2016 | Reviews

The past couple of days everyone has been going crazy over the fact that Bryan Fuller, of Hannibal fame, has been confirmed to helm the new Star Trek TV series. While Abrams may have brought a version of the classic show to the big screen only recently, it seems fans are still pining for a […]

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Pick of the Week: “Batman” #49

By Keith Dooley | Feb 12, 2016 | Pick of the Week, Reviews

Realism and science fiction clash together wonderfully in “Batman” #49, giving us a new origin for Batman that retains the inspiring spirit of the character. Snyder and Tynion write a pivotal issue that adds to the current 21st century mythos of a character born of the 1930s. Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV […]

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The Flash: Emergency Stop

By Alice W. Castle | Feb 11, 2016 | Reviews

The 90s were a weird time for comics, especially for DC’s heroes.. Batman had his back broken by a Luchadore on steroids. Superman died, came back and briefly turned in two red and blue electric variants of himself. Green Lantern got possessed by the yellow entity of fear, killed the entire Green Lantern Corps and […]

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A Young Scientist Is Exposed to Hard Water Fumes, You Won’t Believe What Happens Next

By Mike Romeo | Feb 11, 2016 | Annotations

Every superhero has an origin story. Murdered parents, destroyed home world, that sort of thing. Actually, come to think of it, DC’s (arguably) biggest heroes all have origins that relate to their parents.  Batman’s parents died in front of him. Superman’s parents (also dead) sent him to earth to escape their doomed planet. Wonder Woman’s […]

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Hell Notes: The Right and the Left Hand Paths

By Mark Tweedale | Jan 25, 2016 | Annotations

Welcome to Hell Notes, Multiversity Comics’ annotation column for the Hellboy Universe. This time I figured we’d take a look at the Right and Left Hand Paths. They keep popping up more and more frequently. Lately there’s scarcely a month that goes by without a reference to them. Spoilers ahead for… well, everything. You’d better […]

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MGA Study Hall: Issue #49

By Matthew Meylikhov | Dec 30, 2015 | Annotations

Hello and welcome back to MGA Study Hall, where all things “Morning Glories” are analyzed, dissected and poured over with the hope that we can figure out just what is going on! Today’s issue is issue #49, in which SPOILER ALERT. Join me as I discuss the issue, its story and the possible hidden secrets […]

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The Harrow County Observer: “Twice Told” [Interview/Exclusive]

By Mark Tweedale | Dec 14, 2015 | Annotations, Interviews

Welcome to The Harrow County Observer, Multiversity Comics’ dedicated Harrow County column. This installment we interview Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook as they discuss Twice Told (Harrow County #5–8), then T. T. Wosker explores newly discovered haints, then Cullen and Tyler talk about the covers Harrow County. Twice Told, the second arc of Harrow County, […]

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Mignolaversity News Update – February 2016

By Mark Tweedale | Feb 12, 2016 | News

Welcome to Mignolaversity News Update, your monthly recap of Mignolaverse-related news. This month Nerdist posted the May solicitations, so let’s check them out… Hellboy in Hell #9 (Part 1 of 2) Written and Illustrated by Mike Mignola Colored by Dave Stewart On sale May 4, 2016 Hellboy faces demons furious about the fall of Hell […]

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Superman Crying (Superman v1 423) by Swan & Perez News
The Rundown: February 12, 2016

By Greg Matiasevich | Feb 12, 2016 | 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. – Superman may fight the neverending battle for truth, justice, and the American way, but when it comes to his creators rights, that fight looks like it’s […]

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It’s Flash Appreciation Day!

By Brian Salvatore | Feb 11, 2016 | News

Every now and then, we get an opportunity to participate in something really cool, and today is one of those days. The Hero Initiative and Nothing But Comics have organized this very fun day in an effort to shine a light on the greatest speedster of all, the Flash. So, all day today, we are […]

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The Rundown: February 10th, 2016

By James Johnston | Feb 10, 2016 | 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. In news that is actually incapable of shocking you, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the screenwriters for this weekend’s Deadpool are writing a sequel. Next you’re […]

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