…Hello? …Y’all still there? *taps on mic* Is this thing on? Good. Good. Ahem. Welcome back all you Riverdale fans! It’s been a while since last we chatted. I know time is fake and 2020 has collectively proven that it’s a malleable construct such that in the 8 1/2 months that have passed since the […]
Welcome back to Make Mine Multiversity: A Marvel Podcast! Each episode we’ll be looking at Marvel books, old and new! We’ll be discussing those books, and also talking Marvel news, Marvel history and today we will be putting an exclamation point on the sentence that was 2020. Make Mine Multiversity is a twice-monthly podcast that […]
March is another light month but even in light months, I struggle to pair these lists down. Thankfully, I’m getting more ruthless. Unfortunately that also means I’m more likely to break the rules and add an extra. I really should just make this a Top 11.
Before we bid 2020 a final farewell, we share some of our favorite writing from the past year. We wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year, with the hope for brighter days in 2021. “X-Men” comics have challenged us politically, existentially, and more recently, spiritually. A lot of us have been talking […]
Before we bid 2020 a final farewell, we share some of our favorite writing from the past year. We wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year, with the hope for brighter days in 2021. In the end, there was darkness; a great yawning maw that filled the heavens with nothing but an […]
Before we bid 2020 a final farewell, we share some of our favorite writing from the past year. We wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year, with the hope for brighter days in 2021. I recently caught up on season one of Harley Quinn, thirteen episodes of hilarious TV-MA comedy that focuses […]
I love comics; I have found that out over the last few years. I mean, it’s always been true, thanks to my dad and finding superheroes on Kids WB or Fox Kids or Cartoon Network, but since the middle of the last decade, it’s been more true than ever. I love the community and the […]
[Header image from Cory Turner and Malaka Gharib’s COVID-19 comic for NPR’s Goats and Soda] The COVID-19 pandemic was the top story of 2020, and will certainly continue to be at the forefront in 2021. No industry was spared the effects of this global pandemic, including comics. From postponements and cancellations of series to the […]
The horror of “Redfork” is both obvious and not, eldritch and all too human. It is a story of hope in a place that feels hopeless, but reminds us that the world is a cruel place made crueler by our indifference and greed. It’s a book by Brit writing about a swath of rural America […]
Excelsior, true believers! It's time to dig into the book that catapulted Marvel to the tops of the Manhattan skyline: "Amazing Spider-Man" by Lee & Ditko. That's right, after a bit of a mix up last episode thanks to ol' Excited Elias and Jovial Jake, we're discussing the web-slinging, rooftop swinging, definitely-not-murder-plotting Spider-Man and the many, MANY villains in the first 12 issues of his solo series, his debut in "Amazing Fantasy" #15, and his very first Annual.
Multiversity is no stranger to Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ recent comics. From “Criminal” to their first OGN “My Heroes Have Always been Junkies” to their last OGN “Pulp”, it’s safe to say we’re big fans so we are very excited to bring you an interview with Brubaker about their newest, and most ambitious project […]