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Into the Fancave #4

By | Dec 20, 2010 | Columns

Wow can you believe we actually made it to four? I can’t! Though, to give credit where its due, its thanks to the immense outpouring of interest and support from YOU, the readers, that we can celebrate our first month of Into the Fancave. One such supporter was Mr. Balls himself, Joey Heflich. This Jersey-based […]

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David’s Got You Covered (Week of 12/15/10)

By | Dec 19, 2010 | Columns

This week on David’s Got You Covered, we’ve got a very small week – I only picked 3 books to make the covers list this week because I really didn’t find the selections available that exciting. In fact, if it weren’t for one very, very wonderful cover, this article might not even be happening whatsoever. […]

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2010 in Review: Best Cover Artist

By | Dec 17, 2010 | Columns

When we look back at 2010 as a whole, there was a lot of greatness. In particular, we saw a lot of artists pack a lot of punch in a small space. That space? The cover. Comics covers are an artform unto themselves, and for some, they can make the spot sing. For others, it […]

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2010 in Review: Best New Series

By | Dec 16, 2010 | Columns

In today’s 2010 in Review entry, we’ve got a look at the best new books comics had to offer this year. While the year was absolutely loaded to the gills with great new books, only five could make the cut. So that means our apologies to “American Vampire,” “Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors,” “Avengers Academy” and […]

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Fund It! – #LoisLaneSeries by Greg Rucka

By | Dec 15, 2010 | Columns

A few days ago, the Twitter comics community was all abuzz about a hypothetical Lois Lane series. Now, there was no indication that this was being considered by the kind folks at DC editorial; rather, some devoted Lois fans talked about how great such a series could be, spread a #LoisLaneSeries hashtag, and eventually got […]

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2010 in Review: Most Overlooked Title

By | Dec 15, 2010 | Columns

In the next segment of 2010 in Review, we’ve got a look at the most overlooked title of the year. This year has been filled with a lot of really passionate fans out there that were truly upset about the conclusion of one of their favorite series prematurely. Of course, they were cancelled because of […]

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Comics Should Be Cheap! (12-15-10)

By | Dec 15, 2010 | Columns

This week at Multiversity, we here at the MC Offices are all hustle and bustle with the various articles that we aim to bring to you by the end of the year, including a brand new column and some look backs! Because of this, CSBC accidentally took a back burner this week in that we […]

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2010 in Review: Best Original Graphic Novel

By | Dec 14, 2010 | Columns

Next on our 2010 in Review series, we have the Best Original Graphic Novel category. 2010 was a great year in OGN’s, and there are a lot of top OGN’s not represented here simply because we’re not a heavily OGN reading site. Books like Charles Burns’ “X’ed Out” and Chris Ware’s latest entry to “Acme […]

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Into the Fancave #3

By | Dec 13, 2010 | Columns

How’s it going, you fancave spelunkers you?! Ready for our wicked awesome third edition? This week we’ve got Adam Mcllwee, a Pennsylvanian musician that has been reading comics for thirteen years! Click below and enter his fancave! Joshua Mocle: Tell us a little (or a lot) about yourself? Adam Mcllwee: Hahaha okay! I’m 21, a […]

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2010 in Review: Best Publisher

By | Dec 13, 2010 | Columns

In the first category of our 2010 wrap up series, we’ve got a look at the publishing side of things. This year featured a lot of greatness in the industry from a wide variety of publishers, as we didn’t just see top works from the Big Two. Image had a big year with a lot […]

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David’s Got You Covered (Week of 12/8/10)

By | Dec 12, 2010 | Columns

This week on David’s Got You Covered, we’ve got a small week of great covers, but they are all pretty damn fantastic. What made the cut and what was the best cover of the week? Find out after the jump. 4. Justice League: Generation Lost #15Art by Dustin Nguyen Why It’s Awesome: Dustin Nguyen has […]

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Friday Recommendation – Revolver

By | Dec 10, 2010 | Columns

2010 proved to be a blockbuster year for Vertigo in terms of original graphic novel output. It seemed they were cranking these things out almost on a weekly basis and the only thing they had in common other than being largely fantastic (such as the Joshua Dysart penned adaptation of Neil Young’s Greendale, or Peter […]

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Comics Should Be Cheap! (12-8-10)

By | Dec 8, 2010 | Columns

This week of comics brings a ton of REALLY expensive options, which makes our job as readers on a budget (or at least theoretical readers on a budget) even more difficult. With that said, sometimes a book has to be bought even if it is absurdly expensive (I’m looking at you Fables). Find out what […]

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Into the Fancave #2

By | Dec 6, 2010 | Columns

Welcome back, you voracious viewers you, to Into the Fancave, the article about YOU the fans. This week’s star is new friend of Multiversity, aspiring writer and eggplant parmesan connoisseur Matthew Boren! Click below and delve into his fancave! Joshua Mocle: So Tell us a little (or a lot) about yourself. Matthew Boren: Well. My […]

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