Vir gets embroiled in one too many plots, some hot, steamy, tasteless flarn is shared between two more-than-friends, and this show from the 90s about two and a half centuries into the future is painfully prescient in our ability to not be total shits to each other.
Turns out, when Previews World says “New Series Only” they mean volume 1’s only, and not all new books. Look, the site is hot garbage and I would like to not have to wade through a sea of reprints to find out which books are actually new, and not just the first volumes, but if I must suffer for my art, then so be it. Sorry about last month folks, I promise to have a more balanced catalog this time. Only nine vol. 1’s.
Welcome to the weirdest “The Question” issue yet, and that’s saying something. Remember how we had a sad clown issue? Or the recurring character of Junior who wasn’t really recurring? Yeah, this beats all that. Probably because it’s contingent on both the excellent event “52” and the less excellent but still fantastic “Blackest Night.”
In this month's Make Mine Multiversity Book Club, we're taking a time machine back to the mid-2000s to see what Marvel thought teens sounded like, what the youts wanted to see, and why the digital coloring in those years makes Elias sad.
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Capping off 3-years of storytelling, “The Question” #33-36 manages to do something I didn’t think possible with this series -- it left me unsatisfied and disappointed. Not much, mind you, but enough to close the run on a bit of a sour note.
Two one-shots follow the final two issues of “Myra wakes up from her coma to find the city is totally in shambles and she’s gotta do something about it with a ridiculous idea” arc. We’re in the home stretch now and there’s no sign of things slowing down.
Welcome back to Make Mine Multiversity: A Marvel Podcast! Each episode we’ll be looking at Marvel books, old and new, and bringing you our takes on those books, Marvel news, Marvel history and, sometimes, we’ll even have lists! Lots and lots of lists. We really love ranking things. Make Mine Multiversity is a twice-monthly podcast […]