Author Archives: Matthew Meylikhov

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Incredible Hulk Featured Podcasts
Marveling at the Movies Episode 3: the Incredible Hulk (or, The More Incredibler Big Thing Guy)

By | Apr 4, 2018 | Podcasts

Welcome to Marveling at the Movies, a new podcast for Multiversity with Alexis Perry, Matthew Meylikhov, and future internet superstar Matt DiChiara. In this show, Alexis and Matthew (two people very fluent in movies, comics, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe) make their friend Matt (who has never seen any of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films […]

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Iron Man Featured Podcasts
Marveling at the Movies Episode 2: Iron Man (or, How Much Money Did Audi Pay for That Movie?)

By | Apr 3, 2018 | Podcasts

Welcome to Marveling at the Movies, a new podcast for Multiversity with Alexis Perry, Matthew Meylikhov and future internet superstar Matt DiChiara. In this show, Alexis and Matthew (two people very fluent in movies, comics, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe) make their friend Matt (who has never seen any of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films […]

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Wonder Woman featured Longform
Why The World Needs More Wonder Women

By | Jun 27, 2017 | Longform

Back when I used to be a regular contributor to the site, one of the things I liked to crusade about was that the world needed more Wonder Woman. Whether this was by making snide remarks about her not having her own secondary ongoing in-continuity solo title, insisting everyone read her existing comics or just […]

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Wonder Woman #13 Featured Reader Poll
Reader Poll: Who is the Quintessential Wonder Woman Writer?

By , , , and | Apr 14, 2017 | Reader Poll

Earlier this week, Greg Rucka confirmed that he is departing “Wonder Woman” with issue #25, wrapping up his second stint of writing Diana stories. While we are very excited about his (albeit temporary) replacement, we will miss Rucka, who was undoubtedly one of the most important writers to ever write Diana. So, we started putting […]

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Steve Dillon RIP Columns
In Memoriam: Steve Dillon

By | Dec 27, 2016 | Columns

I was in college when I first read “Preacher.” At this time in my life, you could say I was in the typical “rediscovering comics” phase: someone who had read comics as a kid, bounced out due to bullying (back in the days before superheroes were a cultural norm — remember that?) and then came […]

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Beowulf Featured Reviews
“Beowulf”

By | Dec 15, 2016 | Reviews

Finally making its American debut, Rubin and Garcia’s iteration of “Beowulf” makes its way to a new audience, with less Angelina Jolie than you may remember but a lot more Grendel dick. And that’s the only humor you’ll get out of me for the next 1000 or so words. Written by Santiago Garcia Illustrated by […]

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