Author Archives: Joshua Mocle

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Haunted Trails: Issue #22

By | May 16, 2012 | Annotations

Welcome back, you scoundrels and crooks you, to Haunted Trails(!), your one stop shop for all the “behind the scenes of The Sixth Gun” shenanigans you can shove into your eye holes! Joining me once again is wordsmithee extraordinare Cullen Bunn to pull back some curtains, dust for a few prints and reveal some things you […]

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Interviews
Multiversity Turns 3 With: Kurtis Wiebe [Interview]

By and | May 4, 2012 | Interviews

Kurtis Wiebe is one of our favorite current writers for Image/Shadowline, having penned books like “Grim Leaper”, “Peter Panzerfaust” and “the Intrepids.” Now, with two new books coming out from Image/Shadowline soon (and more assuredly on the way), we chat with Kurtis about “Grim Leaper”, “Debris” and more. How did the concept behind “The Grim […]

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News
The Walking Dead #100 Cover Revealed

By | Apr 13, 2012 | News

The fine folks over at Robot 6 have procured (via USA Today) the above final, colored version of Charlie Adlard’s wrap-around cover to The Walking Dead’s 100th issue, and it is sure to please long-time fans of the book. To commemorate the monumental anniversary of the book, Adlard has assembled a collage of every significant […]

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Haunted Trails: Issue #20

By | Mar 21, 2012 | Annotations

Welcome back you assorted scoundrels to Haunted Trails, Multiversity’s exclusive behind the scenes look at Oni Press horror western epic The Sixth Gun! This month, the book takes more than a few turns as it reveals the secrets behind some long standing mysteries and plants seeds for some dangerous new ones as Becky continues her […]

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Columns
Friday Recommendation – Codeflesh

By | Mar 9, 2012 | Columns

I’ll admit, I had no idea that “Codeflesh” existed before I spied it on the shelf at a used bookstore a few weeks back. I had no idea Joe Casey wrote a story about a thrill seeking bail bondsman with a double life as an ass-kicking vigilante tracking down the very fugitives that he allows […]

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Interviews
Multiversity Comics Presents: Emma Rios

By | Mar 1, 2012 | Interviews

I’m sure I’m not the first writer to notice that a lot of comic art can look pretty damn similar despite being created by different artists. The medium has been around so long that there are simply established drawing quirks for comics that, while still good and fitting for the story, aren’t exactly the most […]

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Haunted Trails: Issue #19

By | Feb 22, 2012 | Annotations

Welcome back, you wily varmints, to Haunted Trails! Your behind the scenes look at Oni Press’ western epic The Sixth Gun courtesy of the man behind the curtain, Cullen Bunn! February brings us deeper into the story of the town of Penance and machinations of the morally gray (at best) Knights of Solomon. Twists and […]

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Reviews
Advance Review: Hell Yeah #1

By | Feb 8, 2012 | Reviews

Written by Joe KeatingeIllustrated by Andre Szymanowicz THE LAST GENERATION OF HEROES IS HERE!Twenty years ago, the first-ever superheroes debuted without warning and forever altered our global culture! Now, the generation born in their wake fight to claim their place in a world evolved beyond them! Written by Eisner & Harvey award-winner JOE KEATINGE and […]

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Columns
Before Watchmen: The Multiversity Response

By | Feb 1, 2012 | Columns

In the last few hours since the announcement of DC’s Prequel Series Before Watchmen, it has seemed like everyone and their mother has publicly stated an opinion on it, with more and more coming out of the woodwork as the day goes by. Is it a blatant cash grab or isn’t it? Is it sacrilege […]

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Haunted Trails: Issue #18

By | Jan 25, 2012 | Annotations

Welcome back, you cretins and dames, to Haunted Trails! Your one stop shop for a behind the scenes look at the Oni Press smash hit The Sixth Gun! Each month, we’ll sit down with Mr. Cullen Bunn, the mastermind behind the book, to look deeper into each page and each panel and discover what juicy […]

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Columns
Friday Recommendation – Nothing Nice to Say

By | Jan 20, 2012 | Columns

Comics and Punk Rock are not strangers in any sense of the word. In fact, there are a myriad of intersections between the two and more developing each year (thanks, in no small part, to Image Comics). However, one of those intersections that holds a particularly fond place in my heart is Mitch Clem’s Nothing […]

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Reboot Nation #6: Omega the Unknown vs Omega the Unknown

By | Jan 20, 2012 | Columns

One of the strangest editions of Reboot Nation, perhaps not coincidentally, focuses on one of the strangest characters even seen in Marvel’s canon: Omega the Unknown. Debuting in his own self-titled series in 1976, the character’s journey lasted for 10 issues before his death and cancellation. That is, until 2007 when renowned novelist Jonathan Lethem […]

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