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American Vampire Second Cycle #5 Featured Reviews
“American Vampire: Second Cycle” #5

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

As implied in The Red Book, “American Vampire” is not a typical story of vampires and the act of hunting them across the ages. With ‘The Miner’s Journal,’ the tale of monsters proves as much, using a book purported to have been once owned by Howard Phillips “H.P.” Lovecraft to delve deep into the author’s […]

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Advanced Review: “Bog Bodies” Chapter One

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

A missing woman, a young man estranged from the Irish mob, a story of survival in the dark mountains of Dublin. While you wait for the complete Image Comics’s graphic novel “Bog Bodies” arrives April 28, 2020 check out our advanced review of the first chapter! Spoilers For Chapter One Ahead! Written by Declan Shalvey […]

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Interviews
Mark Russell Uncovers “Billionaire Island” and “Second Coming”

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Interviews

In the past five years, writer Mark Russell has emerged on the comics scene with a distinctive wit and sensibility that has critics lauding his wide-ranging work, from DC’s “Prez,” “The Flintstones,” “Exit Stage Left: Snugglepuss Chronicles,” and “Wonder Twins,” to his turns on “Red Sonja” and “Lone Ranger” (Dynamite) and “Judge Dredd: Under Siege” […]

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News
Giovanni Romanini, Italian Artist, Dead at 74

By | Apr 2, 2020 | News

Global Voices reports that Bologna-based comics artist Giovanni Romanini died on March 20, 2020, following a brain aneurysm. He was 74. A public funeral will be held after the end of the COVID-19 quarantine in Italy. Romanini was born in Bologna on December 27, 1945. He began his career as a draftsman in animation, and […]

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“Batman: The Adventures Continue” Chapter 1

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

There are few bits of comics-related culture that are as widely beloved as Batman: The Animated Series. This isn’t the first comic sequel/companion to the series, but it is the first since the show really solidified its classic status, so it is a little tricky to attempt to continue those stories many years later.However, assembling […]

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Robots From Tomorrow: Episode 261 – Moving House, or, The Key Issues [Rebroadcast]

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Podcasts

This episode was originally broadcast on January 24, 2016. Mike’s preparation for an impending move starts this week’s free-range conversation with talk about how we store all these comics we buy & hang on to. Long boxes or shelves? Alphabetical or categorical? Sifting through a years-spanning collection always unearths forgotten treasure, which then begged the […]

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The Rundown: April 2, 2020

By | Apr 2, 2020 | 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 case you missed it, ComicHub is partnering with comic book shops offering new opportunities to sell comics digitally, “Fangirl” by Rainbow Rowell will get a manga […]

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A House Divided Featured Longform
Exclusive Preview and Essay: “A House Divided: The Accursed Inheritance of Henrietta Achilles”

By | Apr 1, 2020 | Longform

Next week, Graphic Universe will release “A House Divided: The Accursed Inheritance of Henrietta Achilles,” the first volume in a four part series by Haiko Hörnig and Marius Pawlitza. To celebrate the release, we’ve got both an exclusive first look at the book, as well as an essay from writer Hörnig about how Henrietta Achilles […]

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Columns
Art of the Week: Week of 04/01/20

By | Apr 1, 2020 | Columns

@elcome, 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 and manga artists out there and curate them here for your viewing pleasure. This week Michael Mazzacane returns a theme: The Three […]

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2000 AD Prog 2175 Featured Columns
Multiver-City One: 2000 AD Prog 2175 – Semi-Detached!

By , , and | Apr 1, 2020 | Columns

Welcome, Earthlets, to Multiver-City One, our “2000 AD” weekly review column! Every Wednesday we examine the latest offerings from Tharg and the droids over at Rebellion/2000 AD, the galaxy’s leading producers of Thrill-Power entertainment. Let’s get right to it! THIS WEEK IN 2000AD Judge Dredd: Hair of the Dog Part 2 Credits Ian Edginton (script) […]

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[SPOILER] Returns in “2000 AD” Prog 2175

By | Apr 1, 2020 | News

Warning: This article contains spoilers for this week’s “2000 AD” Prog 2175. Spoilers follow the cover of “2000 AD” Prog 2175. “2000 AD” Prog 2175 has revealed that Judge Barbara Hershey is alive as part of a new storyline called ‘Hershey: Disease’ by Rob Williams and Simon Fraser. The story will follow Hershey as she […]

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Pick of the Week: “Transformers vs. Terminator” #1

What happens when you merge two different robot-based science fiction franchises debuting in the 1980s, then throw them back in time to that very decade? Check out the result in the new crossover between Transformers and Terminator! Written by David Mariotte and John Barber Illustrated by Alex Milne Colored by David Garcia Cruz Lettered by […]

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Robots From Tomorrow: Episode 261 – Moving House, or, The Key Issues [Rebroadcast]

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Podcasts

This episode was originally broadcast on January 24, 2016. Mike’s preparation for an impending move starts this week’s free-range conversation with talk about how we store all these comics we buy & hang on to. Long boxes or shelves? Alphabetical or categorical? Sifting through a years-spanning collection always unearths forgotten treasure, which then begged the […]

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Art of the Week: Week of 04/01/20

By | Apr 1, 2020 | Columns

@elcome, 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 and manga artists out there and curate them here for your viewing pleasure. This week Michael Mazzacane returns a theme: The Three […]

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A House Divided Featured Longform
Exclusive Preview and Essay: “A House Divided: The Accursed Inheritance of Henrietta Achilles”

By | Apr 1, 2020 | Longform

Next week, Graphic Universe will release “A House Divided: The Accursed Inheritance of Henrietta Achilles,” the first volume in a four part series by Haiko Hörnig and Marius Pawlitza. To celebrate the release, we’ve got both an exclusive first look at the book, as well as an essay from writer Hörnig about how Henrietta Achilles […]

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Longform
My Comics Decade: An Uneasy Alliance

By | Jan 3, 2020 | Longform

It is incredible to think about to just how different comics fit into the cultural landscape in 2010 versus 2020. By January 3, 2010, exactly two entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been released, one of which was a meager success at best. It had been years since comics themselves, not adaptations, had been […]

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Liebestrasse Featured Longform
Greg Lockard on Germany and “Liebestrasse”

By | Dec 26, 2019 | Longform

Last month, comiXology Originals released “Liebestrasse,” a new original graphic novel by writer Greg Lockard and artist Tim Fish. The book takes place in Germany, and Lockard has twice been to Berlin; the experiences there acted as partial inspiration for “Liebestrasse.” Lockard wrote an essay about the experiences, which we are happy to exclusively share […]

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American Vampire Second Cycle #5 Featured Reviews
“American Vampire: Second Cycle” #5

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

As implied in The Red Book, “American Vampire” is not a typical story of vampires and the act of hunting them across the ages. With ‘The Miner’s Journal,’ the tale of monsters proves as much, using a book purported to have been once owned by Howard Phillips “H.P.” Lovecraft to delve deep into the author’s […]

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Reviews
Advanced Review: “Bog Bodies” Chapter One

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

A missing woman, a young man estranged from the Irish mob, a story of survival in the dark mountains of Dublin. While you wait for the complete Image Comics’s graphic novel “Bog Bodies” arrives April 28, 2020 check out our advanced review of the first chapter! Spoilers For Chapter One Ahead! Written by Declan Shalvey […]

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Reviews
“Batman: The Adventures Continue” Chapter 1

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Reviews

There are few bits of comics-related culture that are as widely beloved as Batman: The Animated Series. This isn’t the first comic sequel/companion to the series, but it is the first since the show really solidified its classic status, so it is a little tricky to attempt to continue those stories many years later.However, assembling […]

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Interviews
Mark Russell Uncovers “Billionaire Island” and “Second Coming”

By | Apr 2, 2020 | Interviews

In the past five years, writer Mark Russell has emerged on the comics scene with a distinctive wit and sensibility that has critics lauding his wide-ranging work, from DC’s “Prez,” “The Flintstones,” “Exit Stage Left: Snugglepuss Chronicles,” and “Wonder Twins,” to his turns on “Red Sonja” and “Lone Ranger” (Dynamite) and “Judge Dredd: Under Siege” […]

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Interview with a Webcomic: Zach Weinersmith on the Daily Grind, Nerdy Comics, and Being Around Since 2002

By | Mar 31, 2020 | Interviews

The webcomic creator is never far from their audience. Be it through social media, public email addresses, Discord servers, or simply the comments section beneath a page, there is a rapport and a conversation that is developed that is unique to the medium. We’re continuing those conversations here, albeit a little more formally, by interviewing […]

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Feature: Tales from Harrow County: Death's Choir #4 (variant cover) Interviews
The Harrow County Observer: “Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir”

By | Mar 19, 2020 | Interviews

Welcome to the Harrow County Observer, Multiversity Comics’ dedicated “Harrow County” column. It’s good to be doing this column again. I’ve missed it. In this latest installment we’ll be discussing ‘Death’s Choir,’ the first arc of the new “Tales from Harrow County,” with writer Cullen Bunn, artist Naomi Franquiz, and co-creator and letterer Tyler Crook. […]

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Hell Notes: Who Is Lady Baltimore?

By | Mar 16, 2020 | Annotations

By now I’m sure you’ve heard the news. The Baltimore / Joe Golem universe is about to expand with a brand new series: “Lady Baltimore.” But who is Lady Baltimore? And why am I so ridiculously excited about this series? Well, it turns out the titular Lady Baltimore is my favorite character from “Baltimore,” Sofia, […]

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Multiversity Manga Club: Jaco the Galactic Patrolman [Review]

By | Jul 30, 2015 | Columns, Reviews

Welcome back to the inaugural edition of the Multiversity Manga Club! This month’s reading was the delightful “Jaco the Galactic Patrolman,” written and illustrated by the legendary Akira Toriyama. Originally serialized in the pages of “Weekly Shonen Jump,” “Jaco” is a delightful action comedy that pays homage to “Dragon Ball” and various popular manga tropes. […]

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Counting Down Mignolaversity’s Favorite Moments of Hellboy’s First 20 Years

By , and | Aug 19, 2013 | Columns

Continuing our coverage of Hellboy turning 20 years old today, we have a Countdown in which some of our Mignolaversity staff chooses their five favorite moments from his history. It’s a long and storied history that rivals that of any comic character, with fun, small moments and historic, legendary ones meeting each other in our […]

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