Author Archives: Multiversity Staff

1 98 99 100 101 102
Columns
Character Spotlight: Rulk Redemption

By | Aug 31, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Patrick Mitchell He’s screaming because nobody sees that he is the greatest character in the history of comic books. Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating but he’s certainly not the worst. I know many of you reading this will gasp at the notion and say “Pat, how can you say something so horrible?” […]

MORE »
Columns
Capes & Corsets: Week of June 23rd 2010

By | Jun 29, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall Welcome to yet another edition of Capes and Corsets: Another Perspective. This weeks issues goes from the dream realm to the deep sea. Our ladies are keeping busy, so let’s hurry and see if they’re worth it! This issue was probably a big influence on some buyers. We’re now […]

MORE »
Columns
Small Press Spotlight: Exit Wounds

By | Jun 22, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo When do you let someone into your life and when do you let someone go? These are the questions at the heart of Exit Wounds, Rutu Modan’s 2008 Eisner Award winner for Best Graphic Novel. This simplistic and beautiful masterwork tells the tale of Koby Franco, a young taxi […]

MORE »
Columns
Capes & Corsets: Week of June 16th 2010

By | Jun 22, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall Welcome to the first installment of Capes and Corsets: Another Perspective. This will hopefully be a weekly or bi-weekly installment of women-centric titles where I give a more female perspective then the other reviewers. This article will offer WHY and WHY-NOT you should buy a specific title. First up […]

MORE »
News
New Marvel vs Capcom 3 Trailer

By | Jun 16, 2010 | News

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall Straight from the amazing E3 conferences and floor news, the anticipated fighter Marvel vs Capcom 3 has been given a new and longer trailer. Although the video is an extension of the first trailer launched after the title was announced, there are many surprises still in store. This new […]

MORE »
Reviews
Avengers Academy #1: Familiar Feeling

By | Jun 10, 2010 | Reviews

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall Today Marvel’s Avengers Academy #1 hit comic shops. Christos Gage (X-Men/Spider-Man, Wildcats) fills the role as writer while Mike McKone continues his work for Marvel by providing the art. Fresh into the Heroic Age, Avengers Academy picks up from Avengers: The Initiative series with the telling of powered teenagers […]

MORE »
Columns
Can Batgirl: Year One Rise From the Ashes?

By | Jun 8, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall Recently, an Internet petition has been hitting many different websites in support for an animated Batgirl: Year One film that will likely not see the light of day. Countless websites have promoted the petition in an attempt to get Warner Brothers, DC comics and Bruce Timm to rethink its […]

MORE »
Columns
Can Stephanie Brown Fill the Batgirl Boots?

By | Jun 6, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Jasmine Hall We’re slowly approaching the year mark anniversary of the relaunched and rethought Batgirl title. As a market to add to the new atmosphere post Bruce Wayne, DC has given the Batgirl mantle to Stephanie Brown (a former crime fighter known as Spoiler and shortly Robin). Steph has been a […]

MORE »
Columns
Small Press Spotlight: Night Fisher

By | May 25, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo R. Kikuo Johnson’s debut graphic novel, Night Fisher, is a compelling yet unsentimental coming of age story. It’s a portrait of awkward adolescence on the cusp of adulthood illustrated with the darker, more realistic tones of teenage life. Night Fisher is filled with bold artwork, psychological intricacies, and mature […]

MORE »

1 98 99 100 101 102