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“Star Wars: Darth Maul” #3

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

Through clever writing and engrossing artwork, “Star Wars: Darth Maul” #3 manages to stay compelling despite the near total lack of heroes. Written by Cullen Bunn Illustrated by Luke Ross Colored by Nolan Woodard Lettered by Vc’s Joe Caramagna An evil crime syndicate is auctioning off a Jedi Padawan…that Darth Maul plans to take – […]

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“Ultimates 2” #6

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

With the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, a spotlight is being shone once again on the intricate Marvel Cosmic characters. There’s a layered history with this corner of Marvel that is often overlooked, however it’s detail and charm mirror that of the mainstream Earth based content. Al Ewing’s “Ultimates” saga has been […]

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“Detective Comics” #955

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

For lots of people, Cassandra Cain is Batgirl. She headlined the first DC “Batgirl” ongoing series, which lasted for an impressive 73 issues. Then the New 52 happened and muddied a lot of waters. This series of stories in “Detective Comics” hopes to clear some of that up and bring the Bat-family back into the […]

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“There’s Nothing There” #1

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

Another exciting debut issue from Black Mask studios, this time looking at the vacuous nature of celebrity but with a distinctly Lovecraftian edge. Read on for our review of “There’s Nothing There” #1, which contains minor spoilers Written by Patrick Kindlon Illustrated by Maria Llovet Celebrity-socialite Reno Selleti doesn’t believe in very much beyond Instagram […]

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The Rundown: April 28, 2017

By | Apr 28, 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. – Alongside the release of two new Wonder Woman tv spots that showcase our first look at David Thewlis’ Sir Patrick Morgan, as well as his other […]

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“Regular Show” 2017 Special

By | Apr 27, 2017 | Reviews

Regular Show gets a Summer special, dudes! Check our review below, which contains spoilers. Written by Derek Fridolfs, Pamela Lovas, Sara Goetter, Kristin Kemper, Hannah Blumenreich, Alex Solis, and Ellen Kramer Illustrated by Terry Blas, Sara Goetter, Kristin Kemper, Hannah Blumenreich, Alex Solis, and Ellen Kramer Colored by Terry Blas, Jen Hickman, Kristin Kemper, Fred […]

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“Britannia: Who are About to Die” #1

By | Apr 27, 2017 | Reviews

“Britannia” is back and now that readers have a better understanding of what this series is, getting excited for the prospect of more is easier than ever before. Despite the hellish landscape of “Britannia” that protagonist Antonius Axia fought through in the last series, the character remained largely unscathed at the end of 4-issue mini. […]

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“The X-Files Vol. 2: Came Back Haunted”

By | Apr 27, 2017 | Reviews

Dana Scully and Fox Mulder are older, wiser but still mixed up in the unexplained. Read on for our spoiler free review of “The X-Files Vol. 2: Came Back Haunted.” Written by Joe Harris Illustrated by Matthew Dow Smith Colored by Jordie Bellaire For years, FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully toiled in the […]

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Exclusive Preview: “Spider-Man” #16

By | Apr 27, 2017 | Previews

Miles Morales is no longer a denizen of the Ultimate Universe, but is firmly ensconced in the ‘main’ Marvel continuity. That means that he’s able to interact with the various characters of the Marvel U, which has been one of the most fun parts of Miles’ post-“Secret Wars” adventures thus far. Next week, Spider-Gwen stops […]

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Robots From Tomorrow – Episode 393: April Previews, Part 2

By and | Apr 27, 2017 | Podcasts

Another “Previews” in the pullbox means another look into our comics future! With focus shifting to the Premier section, what forthcoming June 2017 releases and discussion pieces catch Mike & Greg’s attention from Diamond’s top-tier publishers? Dark Horse Horror (with or without Hellboy)! The multiplatform juggernaut known as Clue (a game, then a movie, then […]

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The Rundown: April 27, 2017

By | Apr 27, 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. – Following a successful debut pilot last year, the first season of Amazon’s The Tick is now confirmed to launch on August 25. The Tick, created by […]

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Pick of the Week: “Infamous Iron Man” #7

Dr. Doom as Iron Man… the idea seemed ridiculous at first. Why would Doom, of all people, try to be a legacy character to someone else? Doom forges his own legacy! He does not need to take another’s name, for he is Doom. But Bendis said he could make it work, and comic readers responded […]

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Robots From Tomorrow – Episode 393: April Previews, Part 2

By and | Apr 27, 2017 | Podcasts

Another “Previews” in the pullbox means another look into our comics future! With focus shifting to the Premier section, what forthcoming June 2017 releases and discussion pieces catch Mike & Greg’s attention from Diamond’s top-tier publishers? Dark Horse Horror (with or without Hellboy)! The multiplatform juggernaut known as Clue (a game, then a movie, then […]

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Pop Culture Hound – Episode 246: Comics & Sermons With Craig Thompson & Aaron Winowiski

By | Apr 25, 2017 | Podcasts

This week we welcome back Chris’ brother-from-another-mother, Craig Thompson, and his high-school best friend, Aaron Winowiski, to discuss the similarities and differences in preparing comics and sermons. They delve into Craig & Aaron’s history – growing up in Wisconsin – then explore how their lives, and their work since, has changed and shaped them. It’s […]

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This Week in Shonen Jump: April 24, 2017

By and | Apr 26, 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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Can Comics Matter to Our Politics?

By | Apr 25, 2017 | Longform

Don’t Miss a Single Issue! In the news today: campuses prepare for pitched battles over “hate”/”free” speech as partisan groups incite debate by booking provocateurs. The US Congress prepares for its own contentious bouts in impending budget battles over border walls, climate change, and life-and-death access to health care. Meanwhile, in other news: yet another […]

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Everyone is Right: Marvel, Diversity, and Fandom

By | Apr 10, 2017 | Longform

What a week this has been. Last weekend Marvel hosted their first retailer summit since they went bankrupt in the ’90s and allowed ICv2 to cover some of the events. Then this happened: In an interview with ICv2 about the market and Marvel’s current struggles Senior Vice President: Sales and Marketing David Gabriel let this […]

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Star Wars Darth Maul #3 Featured Reviews
“Star Wars: Darth Maul” #3

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

Through clever writing and engrossing artwork, “Star Wars: Darth Maul” #3 manages to stay compelling despite the near total lack of heroes. Written by Cullen Bunn Illustrated by Luke Ross Colored by Nolan Woodard Lettered by Vc’s Joe Caramagna An evil crime syndicate is auctioning off a Jedi Padawan…that Darth Maul plans to take – […]

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“Ultimates 2” #6

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

With the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, a spotlight is being shone once again on the intricate Marvel Cosmic characters. There’s a layered history with this corner of Marvel that is often overlooked, however it’s detail and charm mirror that of the mainstream Earth based content. Al Ewing’s “Ultimates” saga has been […]

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Detective Comics 955 Featured Reviews
“Detective Comics” #955

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

For lots of people, Cassandra Cain is Batgirl. She headlined the first DC “Batgirl” ongoing series, which lasted for an impressive 73 issues. Then the New 52 happened and muddied a lot of waters. This series of stories in “Detective Comics” hopes to clear some of that up and bring the Bat-family back into the […]

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“There’s Nothing There” #1

By | Apr 28, 2017 | Reviews

Another exciting debut issue from Black Mask studios, this time looking at the vacuous nature of celebrity but with a distinctly Lovecraftian edge. Read on for our review of “There’s Nothing There” #1, which contains minor spoilers Written by Patrick Kindlon Illustrated by Maria Llovet Celebrity-socialite Reno Selleti doesn’t believe in very much beyond Instagram […]

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Dispatches From The Frontier: “Manifest Destiny” And The Horrors Of The Fog

By | Mar 22, 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 27 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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Hell Notes: The Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra

By | Oct 2, 2015 | Annotations

Welcome to Hell Notes, Multiversity Comics’ annotation column for the Hellboy Universe. Sorry this one is a little late. I had something entirely different planned for September and it fell through. For now, I’m going to look at the Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra. Spoiler Warning. I’ll be discussing huge spoilers for Frankenstein Underground, the latest […]

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Lettering Week: Wrapping Up

By | Apr 25, 2014 | Columns

To close out our week-long look at lettering, it seems appropriate to evaluate the experience. As I said at the beginning, the ultimate goal of these articles was to get you to a place where you were informed enough to evaluate a letterer’s work. Hopefully, the history of the process was thorough enough for you […]

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