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Multiversity Goes to ECCC: The Wrap Up

By | Mar 17, 2010 | Columns

As our readers know, this past weekend Brandon and I went to Emerald City ComiCon and had an absolutely fantastic time there. We met a ton of great creators, found some burgeoning stars, and managed to walk the length of a full marathon all over a period of two days at the Washington State Convention […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Mar 16, 2010 | Columns

This may be a little late but here it is all the same! ECC couldn’t even keep me from getting this done! So everyone are you ready for another inconsequential Burpee’s Got You Covered?! Fuck yeah?! Alright than click the jump and let’s get this show on the road! 6. The Mystic Hands of Dr. […]

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Small Press Spotlight: Three Shadows

By | Mar 16, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo Three shadows stand outside the house, watching and waiting. The once peaceful and joyous home of the hulking Louis, his wife Lise, and their son Joachim is now threatened by the spectral figures outside. The beings sit on the horizon, patient and unnerving. It soon becomes all too clear […]

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Hate Mail Vol. 1 Issue #02

By | Mar 15, 2010 | Columns

Wherein Our Hero is Surprisingly and Uncharacteristically Chipper (or how I learned to stop worrying and write a continuity rant) So, it was my birthday this week, therefore I was noticeably less spiteful and full of rage than I normally am…which of course makes churning out this column somewhat difficult. However after stretching my mind […]

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A Crisis of Chronology: Infinite Crisis

By | Mar 14, 2010 | Columns

Following the conclusion of Matt’s three part treatise on the crossover (parts one, two and three), I found it only appropriate to cover one of the most well known crossovers: DC’s massive Infinite Crisis. As today’s article is on a whole event rather than a long period of time, the layout of the list will […]

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Friday Recommendation: Secret Six

By | Mar 12, 2010 | Columns

Back before Infinite Crisis, there was a tie-in to the ramp up to that event called Villains United. Written by Gail Simone and drawn by current Fantastic Four artist Dale Eaglesham, it featured a rag tag group of also-rans who refused to bow to the whims of one Lex Luthor. Luthor in turn tried to […]

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Zuda Weekly: March Contenders

By | Mar 10, 2010 | Columns

This week on Zuda Weekly, I have a look at all ten of March’s contenders for the competition. It’s another hotly contested month with a lot of titles that have shown glimmers of quality, but there can only be one winner. Who do I think it will be? Well, you might find out after the […]

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Small Press Spotlight: The Lagoon

By | Mar 9, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo It’s a tale that is dark and murky, mysterious and beautiful, but it’s what lies below the surface that gives The Lagoon its true depth.Lilli Carre’s graphic novel debut tells the story of a family seduced by a mysterious creature’s song heard emanating from the lagoon near by. The […]

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Hate Mail Vol. 1 Issue #01

By | Mar 8, 2010 | Columns

Wherein Our Hero Alienates 96% of His Audience Right Off the Bat Welcome to the very first edition of Multiversity Hate Mail. First, a little disclaimer: I don’t like conventional thinkers. At all…even a little bit. As sad as this is to admit, my experience has taught me that a LOT of the comic reading […]

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A Crisis of Chronology: The JSA

By | Mar 8, 2010 | Columns

Before the Justice League, before the Avengers, America’s favorite superhero team was the Justice Society of America. Partially consisting of heroes whose legacies still shine bright today, such as Green Lantern or the Flash, and partially consisting of those who are not quite as well known anymore, the JSA was a team of the Golden […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Mar 7, 2010 | Columns

Superheroes, cowboys and chicks with guns. What do they all have in common? They all look fantastic and are on this list. It’s a range of cover styles and it also brings us some new titles and artists. We also get some returners. Also, to make this column a little more interesting I’ve decided to […]

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Zuda Weekly: The Monsterplex Interview

By | Mar 3, 2010 | Columns

February’s Zuda competition was quite the barn burner, as there were a ton of high class contenders and some really unique work involved. But there can only be one winner, and this month it was Monsterplex from Brock Heasley, David Schlotterback, and Michael DeVito. While they were behind in the competition to fellow competitor Island, […]

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LCBS Spotlight: Amazing Fantasy Comics

By | Mar 2, 2010 | Columns

If you’re ever in the Newport News area and need to keep up with your weekly comics, look no further than Amazing Fantasy Comics. Open since 1992, both of Amazing Fantasy Comics’ locations (located in Newport News and Yorktown, the latter of which opened in 2000) are great places to stop by for your weekly […]

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The Short Report: Twilight

By | Mar 2, 2010 | Columns

Welcome to the Short Report. As some of you may know, I started The Short Report with an addendum to the hot button topic about piracy (though that wasn’t the original intent). But with that behind us, I’m jumping into the deep end. This was the intended first post: I’m going to discuss the upcoming […]

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Small Press Spotlight: I Killed Adolf Hitler

By | Mar 2, 2010 | Columns

Article originally written by Steve Ponzo I Killed Adolf Hitler by Jason Eisner Award Winner, Best US Edition of International Material, 2008 Ignatz Award Nominee for Outstanding Story, 2008   “I just killed Adolf Hitler and I need to get rid of his body.” “Adolf Hitler?” “Yeah, it’s kind of a long story.” I Killed […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Feb 28, 2010 | Columns

I’m back from my vacation in Hawaii and just in time as tsunami warnings hit the islands. Last week David stepped in and gave us a taste of his own unique taste of covers and upped the cuteness factor here at Burpee’s Got You Covered by about 2000% with choices such as Tiny Titans. Well […]

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A Crisis of Chronology: Daredevil

By | Feb 28, 2010 | Columns

Despite the terrible, terrible movie of 2003, Daredevil has long been one of the best titles Marvel has been publishing. Matt Murdock is one of Marvel’s most intriguing characters, but the title once came dangerously close to being canceled, an action which would have robbed us of years of great stories. Follow the jump and […]

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