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A New Captain America Contender

By | Mar 16, 2010 | News

And this will either thrill you or upset you. I don’t think there is any in between here. Along with Chris Evans, Garrett Hedlund and Wilson Bethel, you can now consider Ryan Phillippe a potential Steve Rogers. According to an exclusive at SplashPage conducted at SXSW. Splashpage was not the first group to report this, […]

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Image Pokes Fun At Marvel; Announces New Series?

By | Mar 15, 2010 | News

Take a look at that image from Image Comics. Looks great, doesn’t it? Notice anything … odd? You just might if you’re familiar with Marvels recent Avengers team announcement. Outside of whether or not this “ok”, you can’t help but chuckle at the marketing idea here. So what do we have? Well, we have Invincible, […]

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ECCC: DC Round-Up

By | Mar 15, 2010 | News

ECCC is now past us, and those of you who didn’t go are probably wondering: what happened? What news do we get out of it? Well, for your convenience, I’ve begun swooping around the internet, getting bits and pieces of what I can in order to share with you from all the various news outlets […]

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ECCC: Marvel Round-Up

By | Mar 15, 2010 | News

ECCC is now past us, and those of you who didn’t go are probably wondering: what happened? What news do we get out of it? Well, for your convenience, I’ve begun swooping around the internet, getting bits and pieces of what I can in order to share with you from all the various news outlets […]

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BOOM! Announces Three New Titles At ECCC

By | Mar 15, 2010 | News

BOOM! Studios is probably my favorite of the smaller publishers, especially when they’re putting out awesome titles like Irredeemable. They consistently put out really good work that I highly enjoy reading, and I’m excited because I now have new titles to add to my pull! As a note, please click the comic images to see […]

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Brandon and David Go To Emerald City ComiCon!

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

This weekend, Multiversity will be attending their very first comic convention as a site. Brandon and myself will be flying down from Anchorage, Alaska to take in the festivities and to do some interviews. It should be an amazing time and filled with rubbing elbows with some of the best in the business. I mean […]

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David Finch Draws the Dark Knight

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

Batman #700 is coming this June, and we knew DC would do something big for the cover of that milestone issue. Given that he’s been putting together all of their most premium covers lately, it’s unsurprising that they announced that David Finch would be illustrating that cover. It is perhaps a bit surprising how damn awesome […]

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From The Editor’s Desk

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

Another week, another round-up! Welcome to From The Editor’s Desk, in which I provide you a nice collective round-up of all the things we did this week. Well, at least since the previous round-up. It was a pretty busy week for us, so I’m more than pleased to have a nice concise way to bring […]

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"Comic Book Literacy" to Premiere at C2E2

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

In one of my older Multiversity 101 posts, I looked at using comic books as a literacy aid. In it, I spoke with a number of people affiliated with the movement including filmmaker Todd Kent. Kent was in the process of creating a documentary called Comic Book Literacy, in which he spoke to creators like […]

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Ferry Joins Fraction on "Thor"

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

With Matt Fraction taking over Thor with issue #611, many had wondered who the artist would be. After early rumors of John Romita Jr. were squashed, the truth is now out: Ultimate Iron Man 2 and Ender’s Game artist Pasqual Ferry will be taking over art duties on the same issue. This addition leaves me […]

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Finesse and Hazmat Join Avengers Academy

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

So there you have it. The final two members of the initial team of Avengers Academy. On the left we have Finesse, a rather fiesty looking character, and on the right is Hazmat, who looks like she might have some relation to former Thunderbolt Radioactive Man. This rounds up our team with a nice 6 […]

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Marvel Closes in on Hugo Weaving as Red Skull

By | Mar 12, 2010 | News

As the search for Captain America continues, it appears Marvel is closing in on their villainous lead. Everyone knew from the beginning that The First Avenger: Captain America‘s main villain would be the Red Skull, and now it looks like they are getting close to casting Hugo Weaving (The Matrix, Lord of the Rings) as […]

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Apple’s iPad Loves Comics

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

According to a report today from Forbes.com, comic fans have a little something to look forward to when the Apple iPad launches April 3rd. It seems that the iBookstore will include twenty different “top level” book categories, one of which is “Comics & Graphic Novels”, which also includes sub-categories such as “Manga.” What content will […]

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Pete Woods Leaps Into "Action"

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

Pete Woods has been a long time fan favorite artist, having put together a nice resume of work including work on Deadpool, Catwoman, and the recent Last Stand of New Krypton Superman story. With nothing lined up after that, Woods’ fans pondered what was next for him. Well, it looks like he’s returning to an […]

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"The Sword" Doubling Up for Finale

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

Multiversity Comics as a whole are huge fans of The Luna Brothers’ Image title The Sword. It’s created some fantastic new characters, some high concept and thrilling moments, and has been uniformly quality since its launch. Now the series is wrapping up soon, and Image Comics announced today that the finale will be a double […]

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Fortress is Attending Avengers Academy

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

Day 4 of the Avengers Academy teasers hits us with another new character: Fortress. This is perhaps the oddest character design we’ve seen yet, as he definitely looks rather robotic versus being some kind of kid (which begs the question: can’t they just install training?). That and his hands are rather large when compared with […]

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Nicieza to Replace Yost on Red Robin

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

A day after the release of Red Robin #10, DC has announced the series’ next writer to be Fabian Nicieza, beginning in July with issue #13. What does Nicieza have to say about his new duties? “It feels great to be back on Red Robin for the first time! Having the opportunity to close out […]

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Barnes & Noble "Sale" Coming Together

By | Mar 11, 2010 | News

Something very odd is going on in the world of comics. Now, as revealed by Rich Johnston of Bleeding Cool, Barnes & Noble.com is having a “sale” of some of their comic omnibuses quite like the Amazon one. This time, we have only three confirmed titles: an omnibus of Alan Moore and Alan Davis’ run […]

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The Amazon Saga Reaches It’s Final Act

By | Mar 10, 2010 | News

What a journey this has been. Over a short period, Amazon went from having the single greatest sale in the history of comics, to everyone finding out it was a glitch, to them canceling all of their orders and spurring a #notaglitch campaign by Gail Simone, to where we are now. Where are we now? […]

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