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Dredd at 10

By | Sep 21, 2022 | Longform, Movies

“America is an irradiated wasteland,” a voice gravely intones, as the camera swoops over the dystopia of Mega City One. This is the striking opening to Pete Travis and Alex Garland’s vicious, gritty and violently over the top Dredd. Set in a dystopia, fascist future where supercops function as judge, jury, and executioner, and gangs […]

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Blade II 20 Years Later

By | Mar 22, 2022 | Longform

In May 2002, Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man would see release, becoming the first film to open to a $100 million dollar box office in one weekend. The film industry would never be the same. Superhero movies in the mold of Spider-Man would go on to dominate the industry. Marvel would soon become the biggest name at […]

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Flip of a Coin: A Two-Face-Inspired Playthrough of Batman: The Telltale Series

By | Feb 22, 2022 | Longform

Two-Face has always been my favorite Batman villain: I’ve been fascinated by his asymmetrical appearance since childhood, and moreover, he was the Dark Knight’s friend. To mark Tuesday, February 22, 2022, and the upcoming 80th anniversary of his first appearance in “Detective Comics” #66 (published June 20, 1942), we thought it would be a fun […]

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Imagining a Return to “Who’s Who”

By | Jan 25, 2022 | Longform

Last year, DC published the first of two planned “Who’s Who” omnibuses. For those unfamiliar, “Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe” was released, originally, across 1985 and 1987, providing encyclopedia-like entries for the heroes, villains, and normies of the DC Universe. Obviously, not every last character was included, but DC went to […]

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Hulk is Roundest Table of All: Discussing “Immortal Hulk” #50

By , , and | Oct 15, 2021 | Longform

With perennial Multiversity favorite “Immortal Hulk” coming to a close this week, we thought it’d be fun to grab a few contributors and have a good old fashioned roundtable about the series, it’s end, and the horror and beauty within. Join us as we say goodbye, more or less, to a series that wormed its […]

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The Mass Effect Movie Conundrum

By | Aug 5, 2021 | Longform

During the recent press tour for the Legendary Edition of the Mass Effect trilogy, series lead writer Mac Walters stated a movie version of the games never materialized at Universal and Legendary Pictures, because “it felt like we were always fighting the IP. What story are we going to tell in 90 to 120 minutes? […]

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Star Wars: The Selfless Force

By | Jan 1, 2021 | Longform

Before we bid 2020 a final farewell, we share some of our favorite writing from the past year.  We wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year, with the hope for brighter days in 2021.   What makes someone strong with the Force? After all, it surrounds us, penetrates us, and binds the galaxy […]

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On Ahsoka Tano

By | Dec 17, 2020 | Longform

Ahsoka Tano was first introduced in 2008’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars. And from this appearance alone, I hated her. She was meant to be the Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, a huge part of his life who he had never mentioned in any of the movies. Young Ahsoka had a real plucky attitude. She didn’t […]

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The Surprising Success of Stargirl

By | Aug 10, 2020 | Longform

In a lot of ways, Stargirl should have been anathema to my tastes. James Robinson’s “Starman” is my favorite comic series of all time, and I have a deep, deep love for the way that Robinson, David Goyer, Tom Peyer, and Geoff Johns took the inactive Justice Society of America and brought them back to […]

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