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Five Thoughts on Dark‘s “Crossroads”

By | Jul 24, 2020 | Television

Welcome to this week’s installment of the Summer TV Binge of Netflix’s Dark, analyzing the seventh chapter of the twisted German time travel series, released December 1, 2017. “Crossroads (Kreuzwege)” Written by Jantje Friese & Marc O. Seng Directed by Baran bo Odar November 9, 2019 and 1986: Ulrich discovers reading Egon Tiedemann’s journal that […]

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The Rundown: July 24, 2020

By | Jul 24, 2020 | 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, Image announced Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s “Crossover,” and Legendary will publish Oscar Isaac’s first graphic novel, “Head Wounds: Sparrow,” written by […]

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SDCC ’20: Oscar Isaac Making Comic Book Debut With Brian Buccellato and Christian Ward on “Head Wounds: Sparrow”

By | Jul 23, 2020 | News

During today’s Legendary Comics Comic-Con@Home panel, actor Oscar Isaac appeared to announce his first graphic novel, “Head Wounds: Sparrow.” The book, created by Isaac, Bob Johnson, and John Alvey, will be scripted by Brian Buccellato (“The Flash”), with art by Christian Ward (“Invisible Kingdom,” “Black Bolt”), and tell the story of Leo Guidry, a cop […]

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Exclusive Preview: “Captain Marvel” #18

By | Jul 23, 2020 | Previews

Marvel’s cosmic crossover event ‘Empyre’ continues in several titles next week, including “Captain Marvel” #18, where Carol Danvers has become the latest member of the Kree/Skrull Alliance’s Accuser Corps. It’s another in a long line of fascinating transformations for Carol, and you can check out how she’s faring in our exclusive preview. Written by Kelly […]

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Art of the Week: Week of 7/22/20

By | Jul 22, 2020 | Columns

Welcome, one and all, to Multiversity’s Art of the Week! Each week, we scour the internet for artwork sourced from the blogs, Tumblrs, Twitters, and Instagrams of the best comic book and manga artists out there and curate them here for your viewing pleasure. This week’s recurring theme, aside from all the superheroes and villains, […]

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Radioactive

By | Jul 21, 2020 | Reviews

“Persepolis” creator Marjane Satrapi’s latest film, Radioactive, stars Rosamund Pike as pioneering French physicist/chemist Marie Curie, and releases on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, July 24. Based on Lauren Redniss’s 2010 graphic novel “Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout,” it is a bafflingly chaotic portrayal of Curie’s life that somehow […]

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Jeff Parker and Javier Pulido Relaunching “Ninjak”

By | Jul 20, 2020 | News

Valiant Comics have announced a new volume of “Ninjak” starting in 2021, written by Jeff Parker (“James Bond: Origin”) with art by Javier Pulido (“The Amazing Spider-Man”). The first storyline, ‘Daylight,’ will reveal what happens to former MI6 spy Colin King, aka Ninjak, when all his secrets are exposed to the world. “The entire criminal […]

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Z2 Announces “The Final Symphony: A Beethoven Anthology”

By | Jul 17, 2020 | News

Z2 Comics have announced “The Final Symphony: A Beethoven Anthology,” a graphic novel to mark the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven’s birth in December. Produced in association with Universal Music Group, the book will see writers Brandon Montclare (“Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur”) and Frank Marraffino (“The Dark Goodbye”) retell Beethoven’s story, with a […]

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Audible’s The Sandman

By | Jul 17, 2020 | Reviews

Audible’s audio adaptation of “The Sandman,” written and narrated by Neil Gaiman, and directed by Dirk Maggs, is a dramatic reading of the first 20 issues of the comic, with an all-star cast, Hollywood levels of sound design, and a superb score by composer James Hannigan — nothing more, nothing less. This is not a […]

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