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Multiversity Comics Countdown: Top Five X-Overs

By | Aug 3, 2010 | Columns

Welcome to our new weekly feature – Multiversity Comics Countdown – in which we’ll list some of our favorites, least favorites, and beyond every week for your reading pleasure. For the first edition, I knew immediately what would be the perfect topic. With Second Coming culminating with the recent X-Men: Second Coming #2, we saw […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Aug 1, 2010 | Columns

Another week where there weren’t a lot to choose from in my opinion but the #1 this week is one of the best covers to hit the shelves in some time ladies and gents. Who’s the artist? What’s the title? Why don’t you quit asking questions and step into my parlor to find out? Oh […]

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Saturday Recommendation: Mondo Urbano

By | Jul 31, 2010 | Columns

2010 has so far been a year filled with hotly anticipated titles, but for me, Oni’s Mondo Urbano may have been the one that excited me the most. Created by one of my favorite artists in Rafael Albuquerque along with his collaborators and countrymen Mateus Santolouco and Eduardo Medeiros, this book fancied itself a “sex, drugs […]

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Multiversity Casting Couch: S.W.O.R.D.

By | Jul 31, 2010 | Columns

We all L.O.V.E.D. S.W.O.R.D. Why is “love” an acronym? For effect really; but the book was one of our favorites, and we all lamented its demise. It sort of had the same life as a show on FOX. Great concept, brilliant execution, and a rabid cult following. But that cult following didn’t blossom as well […]

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Comics Should Be Cheap! (Week of 7/28/10)

By | Jul 28, 2010 | Columns

We’re back with another week of Comics Should Be Cheap!, our weekly column in which each of our writers select the books they would read if they only had $20 to buy all of their comics. Given that each of us spend more than that because we’re hooked on comics like Mel Gibson is hooked […]

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Multiversity’s Best and Worst of SDCC

By | Jul 27, 2010 | Columns

San-Diego Comic Con is the place to be for some of the biggest announcements regarding the comic industry, and even more not so big ones. We all have that project we want to hear more about, or the future of the characters we love, and with so many announcements you can bet that everyone has […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Jul 25, 2010 | Columns

Not a lot of covers that I really loved this week. There are two though that I enjoyed more than the rest. One is from a regular on this list and the other is from a title and artist yet to have been seen here. Both though I feel are solid covers. So check it […]

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Comics Should Be Cheap! (Week of 7/21/10)

By | Jul 21, 2010 | Columns

As we’ve talked about a lot of times on Multiversity, the world of comics is becoming an increasingly expensive one. With regular issues reaching $3.99 regularly now, your dollar is going less far with each passing week. But that doesn’t mean you still can’t get enjoyment out of the world of comics. Sure, you may […]

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Scott Pilgrim in Panels

By | Jul 20, 2010 | Columns

Today marks the release of the final Scott Pilgrim book from Bryan Lee O’Malley, as (non-Alaskans) bask in the glory of Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour. With such a momentous occasion coming, and one that is met with a mix of glee and sadness, it only made sense for me to look throughout the series and […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Jul 18, 2010 | Columns

Well, you knew it was bound to happen at some point. After a few weeks of new faces galore on the list we have the return of some mainstay list powerhouses. Who returns and who makes their first appearance on the list? Click the jump and check it out. 4. Strange Science Fantasy #1 by […]

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Sunday Showdown: The Harvey Off

By and | Jul 18, 2010 | Columns

This past week saw the announcement of the 2010 Harvey Award nominations, and with any sort of award nominations you both get analysis of the nominees as well as talk about who didn’t make it that should have made it. The Harvey Awards are no different, and to discuss these nominations we’ve got myself and […]

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Friday Recommendation: DMZ

By | Jul 16, 2010 | Columns

It seems that between David and I, we love recommending Vertigo books. We also love talking about the books in our free time. Lately, I decided that I wanted to start up a new book that I hadn’t read before. It was between two books – the previously recommended Scalped or DMZ. Both were by […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Jul 11, 2010 | Columns

While the books were really good this week I found the covers to be less appealing. Though I was able to easily choose three covers that I felt stood up the rest this week. Some old favorites grace this list as some of the industries elite dominate this list. Who do we have? Check it […]

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Friday Recommendation: Geoff Johns’ Morlocks

By | Jul 9, 2010 | Columns

Remember a time waaaayyyyy back in the day (AKA all of the 90s and most of the early 00s), when Marvel used their mutant line as a flimsy allegory for every single minority struggle in the world? Of course this recurring theme ended when mutants became an endangered species and their motive shifted to “survival […]

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Burpee’s Got You Covered!

By | Jul 5, 2010 | Columns

Welcome to another Burpee’s Got You Covered. It’s a 4th of July edition that has nothing to do with the 4th of July. That’s alright though as we have some excellent covers this week that aren’t quite as resounding as fireworks but all the same are rather brilliant. So click the jump and let’s see […]

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Friday Recommendation: Wonder Woman

By | Jul 2, 2010 | Columns

Wonder Woman’s recent costume change has sparked a lot of controversy, getting exposure on news sites such as FOX, The Washington Post, The Guardian and much more. The more I read through the comments on these various articles, the more I realize: most of the people who are making a big deal out of this […]

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Zuda Weekly: The Final Countdown

By | Jul 1, 2010 | Columns

Since I started writing for Multiversity, perhaps my favorite running article I came up with was Zuda Weekly. This column would find me talking with various Zuda creators, recent winners, and reviewing all of their monthly competitors. Not only was it a lot of fun, but it was also exciting to see the fresh voices […]

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