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2018 in Review: Best Digital First Series

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Columns

This year, we split off webcomics and digital first series, as they are quite different beasts, and wanted to give both their moment to shine. Check out our inaugural coverage of this delivery system. 3. The Stone King Kel McDonald and Tyler Crook’s “The Stone King” is the last sort of comic I’d expect to […]

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“Bitter Root” #2

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Reviews

Last month the “Luke Cage” team of David Walker and Sanford Greene premiered a brand new series in the form of “Bitter Root” alongside writer Chuck Brown. The debut sported the same dark tone and off-brand humor that the best “Luke Cage” issues were known for. Getting the change to see Walker, Brown and Greene […]

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2018 in Review: Best Webcomic

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Columns

One of our goals, as a site, for the last few years has been to do more with webcomics. This is the first year it has felt like an integral part of our site, and we’re really proud of that. 3. O Human Star (tie) There are a lot of webcomics out there, all of […]

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“Hawkman” #7

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Reviews

As major revelations are displayed about Carter, his origins, and his overall mythology, Venditti, Hitch and team once again prove how “Hawkman” is one of the best series published by DC today. Written by Robert Venditti Pencilled by Bryan Hitch Inked by Bryan Hitch & Andrew Currie Colored by Jeremiah Skipper Lettered by Starkings & […]

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“The Magnificent Ms. Marvel” Launching Next Year with Ahmed, Jung

By | Dec 14, 2018 | News

Entertainment Weekly have revealed that “Ms. Marvel” writer and creator G. Willow Wilson is set to leave the title next year, with Kamala Khan’s title getting relaunched with writer Saladin Ahmed (“Black Bolt”) and artist Minkyu Jung (“Nightwing”) as “The Magnificent Ms. Marvel.” Kamala Khan first appeared in “Captain Marvel” #13, back in 2013, before […]

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Henderson and Starks Unite for Skybound’s “Assassin Nation”

By | Dec 14, 2018 | News

Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment have announced “Assassin Nation,” a “mega-violent action-comedy” series from artist Erica Henderson (“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl”) and writer Kyle Starks (“Rock Candy Mountain”) starting in March. The comics follows the World’s (Former) Greatest Hitman, who learns he has a hit out on him, and responds by hiring the 20 best […]

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2018 in Review: Best Publisher

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Columns

Despite webcomics and self-publishing, the comics industry is still based around publishers. While new ones keep popping up, the six represented here have all been in the game a little while, and have all adapted a bit in the current comics market. 5. First Second First Second publishes some of the most in-demand, most-read comics […]

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“Batman: Damned” #2

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Reviews

Batman and company become fully entrenched in the supernatural in the journey to save Gotham’s soul, but is any of this worth it? Written by Brian Azzarello Illustrated & Colored by Lee Bermejo Lettered by Jared K. Fletcher The search for the Joker continues. Although all signs point to him being dead, possibly at the […]

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“Silver Surfer: The Best Defense” #1

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Reviews

The Silver Surfer has always been one of the most poignant and interesting characters in the Marvel universe, serving occasionally as a point of view for readers, and at other times a Doctor Who analog. With Jason Latour writing and drawing this one-shot meant to bring the Surfer back to the Defenders, we seem to […]

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“Black Hammer: Chtu-Lousie” #1

By | Dec 14, 2018 | Reviews

In an effort to give us just a little bit more “Black Hammer” before the return of “Age of Doom” in March, Lemire, Lenox, Stewart and Klein have seen fit to bestow upon us this one-shot, focusing on the breakout character Cthu-Louise. Does it live up to the standards of the Hammerverse? Read on intrepid […]

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The Rundown: December 14, 2018

By | Dec 14, 2018 | 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, the “Border Town” art team has departed the book, in the wake of sexual assault allegations made against writer Eric M. Esquivel. […]

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“Hey Kids! Comics!” #5

By | Dec 13, 2018 | Reviews

The deeds are done, the secrets buried and the mythology intact. “Hey Kids! Comics!” #5 rounds out a packed run on the nitty gritty of the comics industry, with emphasis on the gritty. Written & Illustrated by Howard Chaykin Colored by Wil Quintana Lettered by Ken Bruzenak The innocent seduced… and the credulous corrupted. Stories […]

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“Border Town” Art Team Quits Title [UPDATED]

By | Dec 13, 2018 | News

Update, December 14, 2018: DC have informed retailers that issues #5 and #6 of “Border Town” have been canceled, and the previous issues are now returnable. Original story is as follows: Public allegations of sexual assault made against “Border Town” writer Eric M. Esquivel earlier this week have prompted the art team to leave the […]

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2018 in Review: Best Reprinted Edition

By | Dec 13, 2018 | Columns

As digital comics become more and more prominent and affordable, there are often cries of ‘what will happen to print comics?’ While it is understandable to worry that your monthly floppy might go away, as long as companies are reprinting material in exciting ways, there will always be comics to hold in your hands and […]

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“Detective Comics” #994

By | Dec 13, 2018 | Reviews

How many times do we need to see some version of the Wayne Murder? “Detective Comics” #994 says at least one more time. Written by Peter J. Tomasi Penciled by Doug Mahnke Inked by Jaime Mendoza Colored by David Baron Lettered by Rob Leigh Batman’s strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer […]

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Five Thoughts on Hilda’s “The Nisse”

By | Dec 13, 2018 | Television

We’re nearing the end of Hilda‘s first season and, true to modern form, there’s a lot “The Nisse” sets up with very little resolution. Like the first two episodes, this takes the “Hilda and the Black Hound” comic and splits it into two parts. Albeit with much more characters and subplots running through. Still, the emotions […]

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