Author Archives: Elias Rosner

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Soliciting Multiversity: Top 10 Manga for November 2022

By | Aug 31, 2022 | Columns

I’ve basically given up on trying to pick books that are released in the month I’m supposed to be highlighting. Half of them get delayed, half of them have dates that are so far out I have to believe it’s to underpromise and overproduce, and I have no guarantee either of these will reappear three/four months before they’re “supposed” to come out.

“Batman” #606-607

By | Aug 26, 2022 | Reviews

‘Fugitive’ is technically over but don’t tell “Batman” that. It still needs to spend two more issues dealing with the aftermath that really should have been happening in the pages of “Batgirl.” It’s also the most Geoff Johns-iest of Geoff Johns’ comics I’ve ever read.

Stephen Graham Jones on “Earthdivers,” Time’s Inexorability, and Loving Comics

By | Aug 22, 2022 | Interviews

Back in April, IDW announced a new line of originals to debut in 2022. Among those titles was one written by acclaimed horror novelist Stephen Graham Jones (“The Only Good Indians” and “Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices” #1), illustrated by Davide Gianfelice (“Daredevil: Reborn” and “Ghosted”), colored by Joana Lafuente (“Transformers”, “Eat and Love Yourself”) and […]


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