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Multiversity 101: Waiting For Trade

By | May 16, 2010 | Longform

We’ve all heard or used this phrase before. “Are you reading Chew?” “No, I’m waiting for trade.” It happens. In today’s economy, a lot of people find that buying comics on a weekly basis is simply not feasible. It’s unfortunate, but it happens. This is one of the reasons why companies release collected versions of […]

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Multiversity 101: The Bat Man

By | Mar 21, 2010 | Longform

Apparently it’s Batweek at Multiversity Comics for the first time in our history! Last week we published a lot of Bat-related material, which is usually against what I want for the site (save it for the God damn Batblog!). However, just as earlier this week Gil tackled the misunderstanding of Batman, I too am going […]

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Multiversity 101: Comic Book Pirating

By | Feb 21, 2010 | Longform

With this weeks Multiversity 101, I take over for David to talk to about something I’ve been nudging him to talk about for quite some time now. As we move into the digital millenium of entertainment, it is impossible these days not to experience something through piracy. Movies, music, TV shows, even books fall prey […]

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Multiversity 101: Character Loyalty

By | Jan 3, 2010 | Longform

In this week’s edition of Multiversity 101, I’m going to take a look at one of the greatest crimes we all as comic book fans are guilty of – character loyalty. While as fans of genre fiction, it’s to be expected that we as fans would develop a modicum of devotion to our favorites. However, […]

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Multiversity 101: Best of 2009

By | Dec 20, 2009 | Longform

With our look at the past decade in comics wrapping up, I can get back to my Multiversity 101 column. Thank god! Of course, with the year wrapping up I’m going to take this time to put together an entirely different retrospective list – my Best Comics of 2009. 2009 was an excellent year in […]

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Multiversity 101: Comic Book Literacy

By | Nov 23, 2009 | Longform

In this week’s edition of my industry analyzing column Multiversity 101, I wanted to take a look at two trends in comics: the increasing age of the average reader and the increasing legitimacy of using comic books as a tool to promote literacy and learning in schools. These two subjects, if properly managed by the […]

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