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Green Lantern New Guardians 21 Featured Interviews
520 Weeks – Justin Jordan on “Green Lantern: New Guardians:” “Some of it Was Miserable and Some of it Was Awesome.”

By | Nov 8, 2021 | Interviews

On Tuesday, August 31, 2011, “Justice League” #1 dropped, officially beginning the experiment known as the New 52. DC Comics was not just relaunching all of its titles, it was doing so in a new, clean(er) continuity, in an attempt to revitalize and enthuse the fan base. It was an unprecedented move that bore good, […]

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The Flash Francis Manapul Interviews
520 Weeks – Francis Manapul on “The Flash:” “Moving Forward is Easy When You Don’t Know What Happened in the Past”

By | Nov 1, 2021 | Interviews

On Tuesday, August 31, 2011, “Justice League” #1 dropped, officially beginning the experiment known as the New 52. DC Comics was not just relaunching all of its titles, it was doing so in a new, clean(er) continuity, in an attempt to revitalize and enthuse the fan base. It was an unprecedented move that bore good, […]

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Feature: Tales from Harrow County: Fair Folk #4 Interviews
The Harrow County Observer: “Tales from Harrow County: Fair Folk”

By | Oct 25, 2021 | Interviews

Welcome to the Harrow County Observer, Multiversity Comics’ dedicated “Harrow County” column. In the latest installment we’ll be chatting about ‘Fair Folk,’ the second arc of “Tales from Harrow County,” with writer and co-creator Cullen Bunn and artist Emily Schnall. Even co-creator Tyler Crook chimes in for a bit. Cullen, you’ve often described “Harrow County” […]

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Batman the Dark Knight 1 Featured Interviews
520 Weeks – Mike Marts on “Batman: The Dark Knight:” “They Were the More Specialized, Standalone, Boutique Stories.”

By | Oct 18, 2021 | Interviews

On Tuesday, August 31, 2011, “Justice League” #1 dropped, officially beginning the experiment known as the New 52. DC Comics was not just relaunching all of its titles, it was doing so in a new, clean(er) continuity, in an attempt to revitalize and enthuse the fan base. It was an unprecedented move that bore good, […]

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Interview with a Webcomic: Mari Costa on Lesbian Love Triangles, Working for Yourself, and Past Comic Baggage

By | Oct 18, 2021 | Interviews

The webcomic creator is never far from their audience. Be it through social media, public email addresses, Discord servers, or simply the comments section beneath a page, there is a rapport and a conversation that is developed that is unique to the medium. We’re continuing those conversations here, albeit a little more formally, by interviewing […]

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Captain Atom 1 Featured Interviews
520 Weeks – Rachel Gluckstern on “Captain Atom:” “It’s Not Like We Weren’t Conscious of the Comparison.”

By | Oct 11, 2021 | Interviews

On Tuesday, August 31, 2011, “Justice League” #1 dropped, officially beginning the experiment known as the New 52. DC Comics was not just relaunching all of its titles, it was doing so in a new, clean(er) continuity, in an attempt to revitalize and enthuse the fan base. It was an unprecedented move that bore good, […]

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No One Left to Fight II issue 1 featured Interviews
“No One Left To Fight II” Fights On

By | Sep 27, 2021 | Interviews

With the title of “No One Left To Fight” and the cliff hanger the series ended on you might feel justified saying to yourself, ” it seems like there is someone left to fight! I need answers.” Well the team of writer Aubrey Sitterson and artist Fico Ossio are back with “No One Left To […]

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Wonder Woman Tony Akins Featured Interviews
520 Weeks: Tony Akins on “Wonder Woman” – “I Would Handle Anything That Was Especially Bloody or Gory”

By | Sep 13, 2021 | Interviews

On Tuesday, August 31, 2011, “Justice League” #1 dropped, officially beginning the experiment known as the New 52. DC Comics was not just relaunching all of its titles, it was doing so in a new, clean(er) continuity, in an attempt to revitalize and enthuse the fan base. It was an unprecedented move that bore good, […]

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