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Blue Beetle #6 Featured Previews
Exclusive Preview: “Blue Beetle” #6

By | Feb 20, 2017 | Previews

It had been almost five years since Jamie Reyes had an ongoing series, and twelve years since Ted Kord died at the hands of Maxwell Lord. Bringing both together under the “Blue Beetle” title makes a lot of sense, and the series has sort of become a microcosm of ‘Rebirth’ itself. We are thrilled to […]

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“Calexit,” from Pizzolo and Nahuelpan, Debuts in May at Black Mask

By | Feb 20, 2017 | News

The newest series from Black Mask Studios, “Calexit,” is coming from the creators of “Young Terrorists” writer Matteo Pizzolo and artist Amancay Nahuelpan. In a world where California has seceded from the United States following the election of a Trump-esque figure, “Calexit” seeks to be “a timely title about resisting oppression, punching Nazis, protecting each […]

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The Rundown: January 20, 2017

By | Feb 20, 2017 | News

Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown of comic news stories we missed from the previous day. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com. – Scalped, based on the Vertigo series of the same name, written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R.M. Guéra, continues to grow its cast and crew […]

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Karen Berger News
Karen Berger, Dark Horse, Launch “Berger Books”

By | Feb 17, 2017 | News

Karen Berger, the multiple-Eisner Award winner and one of the founders of DC’s Vertigo imprint, will edit and cultivate a new line of creator-owned comics, Berger Books, at Dark Horse Comics. This was announced today at the ComicsPRO retailer event, coinciding with Berger’s reception of the ComicsPRO Appreciation Award earlier today. Berger described the announcement […]

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God Country #2 Featured Reviews
“God Country” #2

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

This series kicked off last month in a suitably epic way, but can it continue that momentum? Read on for our review, which contains mild spoilers. Written by Donny Cates Illustrated by Geoff Shaw As Emmett Quinlan attempts to rebuild his family and his home after the devastating tornado that broke them, something otherworldly screams […]

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“The Forever War” #1

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

The Forever War is an influential sci-fi novel of the ‘70s that was critically acclaimed to the point that it was adapted over several mediums, including comics. Belgian artist Marvano brought it to our beloved format in 1988, and now we have a faithful translation of this series by original author Joe Haldeman’s wife, Gay, […]

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Batman 17 Featured Reviews
“Batman” #17

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

At this point, you probably have a good idea as to whether or not you’re a Batman fan or not. The most prolific comic book character has been interpreted in every conceivable way, in every conceivable medium. But then you get an artistic visionary like Tom King at the helm, and he turns what you […]

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Dead Inside #3 Featured Reviews
“Dead Inside” #3

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

The gyre that’s been churning and turning through two issues of John Arcudi and Toni Fejzula’s “Dead Inside” widens this week to engulf life outside the clink. The screws tighten, the mystery deepens, and gunshots ring out in the night. Will Detective Caruso finds herself one step closer to the killer or one step further […]

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Invader Zim 17 Featured Reviews
“Invader Zim” #17

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

Is this issue of Invader Zim a worthy continuation of the cult hit show, or is it a pale imitation? Read on for our review, which contains mild spoilers. Written by Danielle Koenig Illustrated by Warren Wucinich A perfect starting point for the Invader ZIM comics! ZIM’s latest doomsday device might actually work, and Dib […]

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Venom #150 News
The Rundown: February 17, 2017

By | Feb 17, 2017 | News

Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from the weekend. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com. – “Venom” is being given an oversized issue #150 this May. The series is returning to legacy numbering, whilst also bringing back original Venom Eddie Brock. The issue […]

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PICK OF THE WEEK

Pick of the Week: “Super Sons” #1

There’s nothing like seeing a young hero grow into their own, find their place in the comic universe, and forge friendships among their peers. Put an accomplished writer like Peter J. Tomasi behind it, combined with the artwork of Jorge Jimenez, and you’ve got a winning formula. So let’s see how the first issue of […]

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Art Of The Week: Week Of 02/15/2017

By | Feb 15, 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! Midnight Sons […]

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Multiversity Keeps It Real: “The Influencing Machine”

By | Feb 15, 2017 | Columns

Does the news control us or reflect who we are? It’s a question with wide-ranging implications, and one explored with wit and energy in the non-fiction comic “The Influencing Machine.” Written by Brooke Gladstone Illustrated by Josh Neufeld A million listeners trust NPR’s Brooke Gladstone to guide them through the complexities of the modern media. […]

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God Country #2 Featured Reviews
“God Country” #2

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

This series kicked off last month in a suitably epic way, but can it continue that momentum? Read on for our review, which contains mild spoilers. Written by Donny Cates Illustrated by Geoff Shaw As Emmett Quinlan attempts to rebuild his family and his home after the devastating tornado that broke them, something otherworldly screams […]

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“The Forever War” #1

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

The Forever War is an influential sci-fi novel of the ‘70s that was critically acclaimed to the point that it was adapted over several mediums, including comics. Belgian artist Marvano brought it to our beloved format in 1988, and now we have a faithful translation of this series by original author Joe Haldeman’s wife, Gay, […]

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Batman 17 Featured Reviews
“Batman” #17

By | Feb 17, 2017 | Reviews

At this point, you probably have a good idea as to whether or not you’re a Batman fan or not. The most prolific comic book character has been interpreted in every conceivable way, in every conceivable medium. But then you get an artistic visionary like Tom King at the helm, and he turns what you […]

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Who Watches the “Shitty Watchmen” – A Chat with Dave Baker

By | Feb 13, 2017 | Interviews

For many Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ “Watchmen” is considered one of the most ground break works in the history of the comic medium. Then there is “Shitty Watchmen.” Published by creators Dave Baker (“Action Hospital,” “Fuck Off Squad”) and Nicole Goux (“Fuck Off Squad,” “This is Not a Girl Band”) with Protein Press, “Shitty Watchmen” […]

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The Harrow County Observer: “Family Tree”

By and | Oct 18, 2016 | Annotations

Welcome to The Harrow County Observer, Multiversity Comics’ dedicated “Harrow County” column. This installment we’re looking at Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook’s processes from the the earliest breakdown to the finished pages. And as always, T.T. Wosker looks into the dark shadows and finds something looking back… You can read all about her discoveries below […]

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Hell Notes: Abe Sapien Alone

By | Jul 11, 2016 | Annotations

Welcome to Hell Notes, Multiversity Comics’ annotation column for the Hellboy Universe. Back in January 2015 I kicked off a three-part Abe Sapien piece. Given that “Abe Sapien Dark and Terrible” is about to come to an end next month, now seems like a good time to wrap that up. If you missed the previous […]

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‘Giant Days’ #1 is the Coming of Age Dramedy You’ve Been Waiting For [Review]

By | Mar 19, 2015 | Reviews

Allison and Treiman’s first issue is a heartwarming, authentic glimpse at university life. Laid back and understated? yes. But brilliant nonetheless. Written by John Allison Illustrated by Lissa Treiman Susan, Esther, and Daisy started at university three weeks ago and became fast friends because their dorm rooms were next to each other. Now, away from home for the […]

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Junji Ito’s Cat Diary: Yon & Mu

By | May 3, 2016 | Reviews

Cats are weird. I should know, seeing as how I live with three of ’em. They’re adorable little critters who love laps and claw at the curtains. I’ve sometimes imagined that it is a very real possibility that cats are actually some sort of low-level demons sent to live in our world. And, seeing as how […]

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Batman/Hellboy/Starman Featured Podcasts
The DC3cast, Episode 23: The DH3!

By , and | Jun 29, 2016 | Podcasts

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] To celebrate Multiversity’s Dark Horse month, the boys take a look at the undisputed king of DC/Dark Horse crossovers, “Batman/Hellboy/Starman.” Follow our hosts on Twitter, @VJ_Ostrowski, @sirfox89, and @BrianNeedsaNap. Special thanks to Eddie Argos and Art Brut for the use of “DC Comics and Chocolate Milkshake” as our […]

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