Author Archives: Drew Bradley

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Columns
Tradewaiter: Thief of Thieves Volume 1 – “I Quit”

By | Sep 10, 2012 | Columns

The Kirkman-created, Spencer-scripted, Martinbrough-illustrated noir tale has been collected after receiving multiple postive reviews during it’s monthly run. Will this story of deception hold up in trade? Written by Nick Spencer Illustrated by Shawn Martinbrough Conrad Paulson lives a secret double life as master thief, Redmond. There is nothing he can’t steal, nothing he can’t […]

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Interviews
Artist Alley: Attila Futaki [Interview]

By | Sep 7, 2012 | Interviews

The success of August Artist this year has led us to keep that train a-rollin’, so welcome to our new Artist-centric interview series, Artist Alley! As always, our lovely logo is designed by the wonderful Tim Daniel. Attila Futaki is known for his work on the Percy Jackson book series and the limited series “Severed” […]

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Columns
Reboot Nation: Guardians of the Galaxy

By | Sep 4, 2012 | Columns

The concept of relaunching an established comic book series has undergone a bit of an evolution over the course of the medium’s history. Whereas once a relaunch was a matter of necessity (a book was cancelled and had to wait until a hole in the publishing schedule enabled it to try again), these days it […]

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Columns
Tradewaiter: Irredeemable Volume 10

By | Sep 3, 2012 | Columns

“Irredeemable” began almost four years ago with a premise based on questions. The final trade is out, and it’s time to see if those questions were answered. Written by Mark Waid Illustrated by Diego Barreto Thanks to one last desperate attempt to defeat the Plutonian, the world has begun to choke on radiation. The Paradigm […]

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Annotations
Minding MIND MGMT: Issue #4

By | Aug 28, 2012 | Annotations

Welcome back to Minding Mind MGMT, the monthly column focused on the Dark Horse series “Mind MGMT” from Matt Kindt. Why a special column instead of a regular review? Because each issue is crammed with story, requiring no less than two reads to fully absorb everything Kindt packs into it. Each month, we try to […]

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Columns
Tradewaiter: Severed

By | Aug 20, 2012 | Columns

When this horror comic was being printed monthly, it took effort to resist every issue. I could tell by its reception Scott Snyder, Scott Tuft, and Attila Futaki were crafting a story I’d want to read in full and repeatedly, so I buckled down and forced my self to trade wait. Or hardcover wait, as […]

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Interviews
Artist August: Rahsan Ekedal [interview]

By | Aug 15, 2012 | Interviews

Rahsan Ekedal is the artist of one of my personal favorite books, “Echoes”, and the current Image series “Think Tank”. He was kind enough to participate in our month long tribute to artists by answering some questions about his previous and current projects. For those who are unfamiliar, what is Echoes about? Rahsan Ekedal: Echoes […]

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Interviews
Artist August: Koray Kuranel [Interview]

By | Aug 13, 2012 | Interviews

“Point of Impact”, the new book from Jay Faerber and Koray Kuranel was first announced almost a month ago, and the Multiversity crew is pretty excited about it. This will be most people’s first exposure to Koray, and he was kind enough to answer some questions for us about his upcoming mini-series. I understand English […]

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Interviews
Artist August: Joshua Luna [Interview]

By | Aug 10, 2012 | Interviews

Joshua Luna is the creator, writer, and artist of the bi-monthly Image series “Whispers.” The first issue garnered a “Buy it” rating of 7.0 from Walt, and the series has only gotten better from there. Josh was kind enough to participate in Artist August and answer some questions for us. For those who don’t know, […]

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Interviews
Artist August: Simone Guglielmini [Interview]

By | Aug 9, 2012 | Interviews

Over the past year, Image’s “Near Death” has regularly been recommended by Multiversity. It’s eleventh issue is out this month, to be followed by a second trade in September and an indefinate hiatus. Series artist Simone Guglielmini was kind enough to answer some questions for us, so I’ll let him convince you to check this […]

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