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“Batman” #401

By | May 31, 2024 | Reviews

It would be impossible for me to remember the first comic I ever owned; as I’ve mentioned time and time again on this site, my dad would take me on Saturday mornings to a coffee shop called the Varsity in Closter, NJ. He would buy two cups of coffee in the classic blue ‘We are […]

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“It’s Jeff!” #1

By | May 31, 2024 | Reviews

As Multiversity Comics comes to a close, we’ve been given the chance to review any comic. So, for my final review here, what better choice than a look at Multiversity’s favorite land shark, Jeff? Written by Kelly Thompson Illustrated by Gurihiru Colored by Gurihiru Lettered by no one – there’s no dialogue JEFF THE LANDSHARK […]

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“The Amazing Spider-Man” #3

By | May 30, 2024 | Reviews

Spider-Man comes across his most dangerous foe yet in “The Amazing Spider-Man” #3! Written by Stan Lee Illustrated & Colored by Steve Ditko Lettered by John Duffy Peter Parker has been The Amazing Spider-Man for a fairly short time. He’s come up against some moderately tough baddies like the Vulture and the Chameleon, fought and […]

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“X-Men: The Wedding Special” #1

By | May 29, 2024 | Reviews

During the X-Men’s ‘Fall of X’ era Marvel’s Mutants have suffered great losses. Now with Orchis off the board, it’s finally time for Marvel to take a step back and celebrate the end of an era. “X-Men: The Wedding Special” #1 will serve as one of the final Krakoan X-Men comics for the line and […]

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“Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong” #7

By | May 28, 2024 | Reviews

Witness the conclusion of the crossover between the DC Universe and the MonsterVerse as Titans fight superheroes and supervillains both! Written by Brian Buccellato Illustrated by Christian Duce and Tom Derenick Colored by Luis Guerrero Lettered by Richard Starkings and Comicraft’s Tyler Smith THE BEST-SELLING SERIES REACHES ITS TITANIC CONCLUSION! Two worlds face annihilation in […]

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“Alan Scott: The Green Lantern” #6

By | May 24, 2024 | Reviews

As part of the three miniseries that cover classic JSA characters while Geoff Johns’s “Justice Society of America” comes out every few months, “Alan Scott: The Green Lantern” split the difference between its sister books “Jay Garrick: The Flash” and “Wesley Dodds: The Sandman.” While the Sandman book was totally set in the past the […]

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“Spider-Gwen: The Ghost Spider” #1

By | May 23, 2024 | Reviews

Spider-Gwen (or Ghost Spider, if you’re feeling nasty) fans rejoice! Our favorite What If? Spidey is back headlining her own ongoing series. Can Phillips & co. inject some much needed juice into her adventures or is this another false start to capitalize on the character’s popularity? I think the words “trapped in the 616...for good” answers that question quite succinctly.

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“Blood City Rollers”

By | May 20, 2024 | Reviews

Do you like your sports with a side of the spooks? Do you think that competitions of strength and skill could be improved with a splash of the supernatural? Well if the idea of Vampires and Witches playing Roller Derby sounds enticing, then “Blood City Rollers” could be for you! This inventive teen-targeted graphic novel […]

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“Monolith” #1

By | May 17, 2024 | Reviews

In the far off future, at the end of the universe, the last Hellspawn tries to head back to an Earth of the past, but finds himself on a prison colony just before making it home. Written by Sean Lewis Illustrated by Valerio Giangiordano Colored by Ulises Arreola Lettered by Andworld Design In the year […]

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“Precious Metal” #1

By | May 17, 2024 | Reviews

It’s been a pleasure and a privilege to write for Multiversity for the past few years. It’s exposed me to a lot of comic books that I would have never read and helped me become a better creator, and while I intend to continue writing and creating books, it seems that this will be the […]

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“Doom” #1

By | May 16, 2024 | Reviews

The villainous Doctor Doom is in a precarious situation. It appears the Fantastic Four villain is hurtling through space like cosmic debris. Acclaimed Marvel Comics writer Jonathan Hickman is tackling a brand new one-shot featuring the villain. What’s more interesting is acclaimed “Bitter Root” co-creator Sanford Greene is joining Hickman along for the ride. Recently […]

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“Blood Hunters” #1

By | May 10, 2024 | Reviews

Marvel’s vampire-packed event, “Blood Hunt,” has begun, and with it come the tie-ins. With vampires running wild over the world, there’s plenty of heroes who will have to fight them outside of the main event. Enter “Blood Hunters,” which provides snippets of various characters caught in their own fights, each with a different creative team […]

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“Suicide Squad: Kill Arkham Asylum” #4

By | May 9, 2024 | Reviews

Come around back to Captain Boomerang as we look in on him before the closing chapter of this video game tie-in comic. Written by John Layman Illustrated by Jesús Hervás Colored by David Baron Lettered by Andworld Design It takes more than a boomerang to survive a riot at Arkham Asylum, and all its super-powered […]

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“Crocodile Black” #1

By | May 9, 2024 | Reviews

Desperate times call for desperate measures, which is what young Danny takes to heart when a routine grocery delivery opens him up to a wider mystery that will change him irrevocably. Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson Illustrated by Som Colored by Patricio Delpeche Lettered by Becca Carey What makes someone turn to crime-especially in a […]

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“Lunar New Year Love Story”

By | May 7, 2024 | Reviews

At one point, I was just so grateful for Asian-American representation that almost any story would do. Thankfully, these days, with creators and media that are “East Asian things everywhere all at once,” we can dispense with the tired tropes that obscured the differences and vitality within our communities. Does the romantic notion of “following […]

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The Webcomics Weekly #282: Hoo Could it Be Now? (5/7/2024 Edition)

By | May 7, 2024 | Reviews

The Webcomics Weekly is back in your life! Flying in for a second week in a row, I have decided to really go out of my comfort zone and review a…shudders...comedy series. No serious dramatics or contemplation here. Just good old fashion goofs, gags, and guffaws. Also Owls in funny hats. Lo! Prithee praytell what goes on in the “Realm of Owls?” Forsooth, we shall discover readily.

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“Get Fury” #1

By | May 3, 2024 | Reviews

So Marvel MAX is back. For anyone who might not know, MAX was an imprint at Marvel that was started in 2001 for the purposes of telling stories for mature readers. While there may be some debate over what “mature” exactly means, in this case it was an excuse for Marvel to buck the long […]

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