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“New Warriors”: Terrax Returns

By | Aug 25, 2019 | Reviews

“New Warriors” has been a rollercoaster ride of events the last two weeks, with ‘Kings Of Pain’ and ‘Forever Yesterday’ shaking up the status quo, but now it’s time to return to regular scheduling. The Warriors are back in their own timeline and are back to facing threats both familiar and new. Let’s look at […]

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Saturday Morning Panels: Week of 8/21/19

By | Aug 24, 2019 | Columns

Welcome to Saturday Morning Panels! You know the drill. Each week the Multiversity staff lovingly scours the new releases to find you, our dear reader, our favorite panels and moments. And we have a fantastic line up for you this week! So kick-back, watch out for spoilers, talk about your favorites in comments section below, […]

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“Moon Knight” #11

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

In recent years, Moon Knight has been a recurring character at Marvel Comics, with different iterations of the character being frequent but short-lived. The most recent run of the series, by Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows, ended last October and the title has yet to be relaunched. For the next 12 weeks, in this summer […]

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“Magnificent Ms. Marvel” #6

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

Being a superhero isn’t as cool as it might look. It’s not all fun and games for the cape crowd, they definitely take their lumps time and time again. You would be hard-pressed to think of a superhero that hasn’t gone through some form of great turmoil or tragedy. Plenty even have to deal with […]

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“Strayed” #1

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

First time comic book writer Carlos Giffoni wrestles with themes of colonization, resource extraction, and human impact, even as he delivers an understated script that lets Juan Doe’s incredible artwork soar. (Warning: may contain minor spoilers.) Written by Carlos Giffoni Illustrated and Colored by Juan Doe Lettered by Matt Krotzer In the far future, a […]

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Exclusive Preview: “Angel” #4

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Previews

Since moving over to BOOM! Studios, the Joss Whedon Buffyverse has been totally reinvigorated. One of the spotlight titles, “Angel,” is the perfect example of this. Bryan Hill (“American Carnage,” “Batman and the Outsiders”) is one of the most talented writers in all of comics, and is having one hell of a 2019. Aided by […]

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“Pretty Violent” #1

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

When one of the creative minds behind the weirdly sweet and sweetly weird modern animated classic Adventure Time turns his attention to the comic book medium, it’s difficult not to pay attention. In Derek Hunter’s afterword, he details the moonlighting labor of love that is “Pretty Violent.” It’s not an uncommon refrain for creators of […]

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“Year of the Villain: Black Mask” #1

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

“Year of the Villain: Black Mask” does not do much to draw readers into the Year of The Villain but does offer some insight into the pathology of Black Mask. Warning: spoilers ahead. Written by Tom Taylor Illustrated by Cully Hamner Colored by Dave Stewart Lettered by Wes Abbottt Black Mask was one of Gotham […]

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“Ghost-Spider” #1

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

“Ghost-Spider” #1 is the kind of slice of life, low-key, seemingly non-threatening Spider-Man story that would be right at home on a spinner rack in a 1970’s drug store. It’s a throwback to the kind of stories that made Spider-Man the most popular character Marvel ever published, only this time it’s with Spider Gwen. Written […]

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Force Ghost Coast to Coast, Season III, Episode VII: Solo with Greg Matiasevich

By and | Aug 23, 2019 | Podcasts

There’s been an awakening… have you felt it? [Audio clip: view full post to listen] This week, Brian welcomes Robots From Tomorrow co-host Greg Matiasevich to discuss the second, and final ‘A Star Wars Story’ film thus far. Among the topics discussed: droid/human sex, the lack of pointing, and a certain Lucasfilm connection. Follow Greg […]

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The Rundown: August 23, 2019

By | Aug 23, 2019 | 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, Marvel revealed that “Star Wars” will end with issue #75 and Dynamite announced “KISS: Zombies” and a second “Red Rising Sons of […]

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“Monster” Perfect Edition, Vol. 9

By | Aug 22, 2019 | Reviews

Do you know what it means, to destroy a human being’s basic sense of right and wrong? What happens when you wake up the monster within a human heart?! A human being. . .a human being needs to enjoy the taste of food, to look forward to picnics on the weekend, to relish a beer after a day’s work. A human being. . . a human being. . .needs to grieve from the bottom of his heart when his child dies.

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Exclusive Preview: “Captain America” #13

By | Aug 22, 2019 | Previews

Before we get started, does anyone want to get out? Because our exclusive preview of next week’s “Captain America” #13, written by Ta-Nehisi Coates with art by Sean Izaakse and Jason Masters, does spoil the “post-credits” scene of last month’s issue. Written by Ta-Nehisi Coates Art by Sean Izaakse, Jason Masters Colored by Matt Milla […]

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“Bad Reception” #1

By | Aug 22, 2019 | Reviews

Social media is one of the most hotly debated ideas of the modern age, with plenty of pros and cons that keep each other very carefully balanced. Horror fiction like Black Mirror hasn’t been afraid to capitalize on that fear, as the real-life uncertainties continue to grow each day. Let’s see how creator Juan Doe […]

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Pick of the Week: “Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: Saturn Returns” #1

Mike Mignola teams up with veteran Mignolaverse artist Christopher Mitten, along with new colorist Brennan Wagner and letterer Clem Robins, for a spooky new miniseries that takes Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. into the woods of New Hampshire in 1975. Some Spoilers Ahead! Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie Illustrated by Christopher Mitten Colored by […]

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The DC3cast, Episode 183: “Justice League Odyssey” Gets Interesting, The Shade Returns, and ‘Rebirth’ Titles, Round 164

By , and | Aug 21, 2019 | Podcasts

The DC3cast is Multiversity’s weekly podcast digging into all things DC Comics. Each week, hosts Vince, Zach, and Brian dig into new releases, film and TV adaptations, and all the news that has broken since the last episode. They highlight five new books to review in depth each episode. Strap in, the DC3’s got this! […]

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Saturday Morning Panels: Week of 8/21/19

By | Aug 24, 2019 | Columns

Welcome to Saturday Morning Panels! You know the drill. Each week the Multiversity staff lovingly scours the new releases to find you, our dear reader, our favorite panels and moments. And we have a fantastic line up for you this week! So kick-back, watch out for spoilers, talk about your favorites in comments section below, […]

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The Chronicles of Shazam: “The Final Night”

By | Aug 21, 2019 | Columns

The first major crossover since “The Power of Shazam” started, ‘The Final Night’ is an anomaly among big crossover events, as there isn’t a villain at the core of it. The Earth’s sun is engulfed by some sort of naturally occurring ‘sun-eater’ which has wiped out lots of other civilizations before. There’s no negotiating, there’s […]

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Robin Williams, Comic Book Fan

By | Aug 11, 2019 | Longform

[Header image by Bill Sienkiewicz] It’s been five years since Robin Williams passed away. I think about him often because, to put it plainly, he was, and remains, my favourite comedian of all time. I grew up watching him in great (and not-so-great) family films like Aladdin, Hook, and Jumanji, and, as I became old […]

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The Origin(s) of Superman

By | Jul 2, 2019 | Longform

“Doomsday Clock #10” described the ever changing DC Universe as a “metaverse” based around Superman. It uses a frequent writer fascination with retelling this well known story combined with a new explanation of the evolving hero. No longer were different origins on different Earths or wiped out by time traveling, universe ending crises! It’s all […]

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“New Warriors”: Terrax Returns

By | Aug 25, 2019 | Reviews

“New Warriors” has been a rollercoaster ride of events the last two weeks, with ‘Kings Of Pain’ and ‘Forever Yesterday’ shaking up the status quo, but now it’s time to return to regular scheduling. The Warriors are back in their own timeline and are back to facing threats both familiar and new. Let’s look at […]

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“Moon Knight” #11

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

In recent years, Moon Knight has been a recurring character at Marvel Comics, with different iterations of the character being frequent but short-lived. The most recent run of the series, by Max Bemis and Jacen Burrows, ended last October and the title has yet to be relaunched. For the next 12 weeks, in this summer […]

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“Magnificent Ms. Marvel” #6

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

Being a superhero isn’t as cool as it might look. It’s not all fun and games for the cape crowd, they definitely take their lumps time and time again. You would be hard-pressed to think of a superhero that hasn’t gone through some form of great turmoil or tragedy. Plenty even have to deal with […]

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“Strayed” #1

By | Aug 23, 2019 | Reviews

First time comic book writer Carlos Giffoni wrestles with themes of colonization, resource extraction, and human impact, even as he delivers an understated script that lets Juan Doe’s incredible artwork soar. (Warning: may contain minor spoilers.) Written by Carlos Giffoni Illustrated and Colored by Juan Doe Lettered by Matt Krotzer In the far future, a […]

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Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV Bring [Redacted] and [Redacted] Into the Pages of “Justice League” #30

By | Aug 21, 2019 | Interviews

Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV, along with Joshua Williamson, Dan Abnett, and Adam Glass, launched the ‘New Justice’ line of titles well over a year ago now. The promise made at the time was that these stories would be big, bold, and offer something totally unique and unexpected. They’ve come through in spades, and […]

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Alitha Martinez Draws Depth and Builds Worlds in “Omni”

By | Aug 19, 2019 | Interviews

Coming from Humanoid’s new H1 Ignition line of realistic, super-powered heroes, last week saw the release of “Omni” #1. Alitha E. Martinez provides the gorgeous art for this unique new series, along with Devin Grayson’s script, Bryan Valenza’s colors, and A Larger World Studios’ letters. “Omni” features a unique premise. A Médecins Sans Frontières doctor […]

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Postal Notes Vol. 6

By | Aug 12, 2019 | Annotations

Welcome to Postal Notes, a critical read through of the series “Postal.” This series of columns will be done in a mixture of essays and observations of various lengths. I will be using the seven core trade paperbacks that collect issues #1-25 and the various one shots for a total of 28 issues overall. In […]

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Postal Notes Vol. 5

By | Jul 23, 2019 | Annotations

Welcome to Postal Notes, a critical read through of the series “Postal.” This series of columns will be done in a mixture of essays and observations of various lengths. I will be using the seven core trade paperbacks that collect issues #1-25 and the various one shots for a total of 27 issues overall. In […]

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