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Eternals

By | Nov 10, 2021 | Reviews

This will be a spoiler-free review. The latest film out of Marvel Studios is Eternals, which had a lot of hype and even more questions about who these new characters are to join the MCU or what they are doing on Earth in the first place. The movie’s premise is a group of immortal beings […]

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“Stranger Things Winter Special” #1

By | Nov 5, 2021 | Reviews

For many families, the last month of the year is chock full of holiday specials. Fun, light stories of the season that range from pithy romances, stop motion cartoons, or classic tales of redemption. If part of an established show, these specials tend to be stand-alone episodes, chances for the main characters to have a […]

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“Dark Knights of Steel” #1

By | Nov 4, 2021 | Reviews

A song of darkness and sun begins with a unique Elseworld as kingdoms rise amongst various heroes in “Dark Knights of Steel” #1! Written by Tom Taylor Illustrated and Colored by Yasmine Putri Lettered by Wes Abbot An entire medieval world will be forever changed when a spaceship crash-lands from a doomed planet. Monarchs will […]

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“Asterix and the Actress”, “Asterix and the Class Act”, “Asterix and the Falling Sky”, “Asterix and Obelix’s Birthday”

By | Nov 4, 2021 | Reviews

We’re continuing our charge into the heart of the Asterix and Obelix books. If you’re reading these reviews and think you’d like to pick up the books yourself (as you should, they are famously good) they are currently being published by Hachette Book Group. You can also find them at almost any self respecting book […]

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“A Thing Called Truth” #1

By | Nov 4, 2021 | Reviews

“A Thing Called Truth” #1 feels in turn both lighthearted and highly dramatic. This story twists and turns (both figuratively and literally), and while it has some dips, it never feels like it’s truly left us in the dust. The characters are strong, their motivations are clear (or purposely vague), and everything is simply left […]

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My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission

By | Nov 1, 2021 | Reviews

Note: This review is based off a screening of the English subtitled version of the film. By the third movie it is obvious there is a built-in audience for a product-franchise, even more so when it’s “My Hero Academia” who on the strength of its anime adaptation by Bones became one of the biggest Manga-Anime […]

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“The Harbinger” #1

By | Oct 29, 2021 | Reviews

I’ve made it no small secret on this site that I love the comic publisher Valiant. They’ve got a great roster of superheroes, a fantastically well planned and connected universe, and they’ve managed to attract some amazing talent over the years. Naturally the next step for the company was movies, which we started to get […]

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“Cross To Bear” #1

By | Oct 28, 2021 | Reviews

It is 1889 and the killer, publicly known as “Jack the Ripper,” has fled London, England, being able to escape capture and identifying after his bloody spree across Whitechapel. Spoilers Ahead! Written by Marko Stojanovic Illustrated by Sinisa Banovi Colored by Djordje Krajnovic with Aljosa Tomic Lettered by Taylor Esposito Jack the Ripper is on […]

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“Zero Hour:” A Crisis In Recapping, Part 10

By | Oct 28, 2021 | Reviews

Folks, we’ve reached the end. The REAL end. The Zero Hour. We’re at the end of the crossover after ten long weeks! We’ve seen time distortions, so many damn fade-to-whites, we’ve seen a cackling maniac clad in red try to prove to an older generation that he’s better than them, and then had said-maniac replaced […]

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“Asterix and Son”, “Asterix and the Magic Carpet”, “Asterix and the Secret Weapon”, “Asterix and Obelix All at Sea”

By | Oct 28, 2021 | Reviews

We’re continuing our charge into the heart of the Asterix and Obelix books. If you’re reading these reviews and think you’d like to pick up the books yourself (as you should, they are famously good) they are currently being published by Hachette Book Group. You can also find them at almost any self respecting book […]

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“The Darkhold: Blade” #1

By | Oct 28, 2021 | Reviews

“The Darkhold: Alpha” #1 was an enjoyable reading experience. Marvel is capitalizing on the success of their recent magic-based exploration of The Marvel Cinematic Universe via “Wandavision” with an event focusing on The Scarlet Witch and the magic-oriented Marvel machinations. This week we’re taking a look at the spin-off title featuring none other than Blade […]

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Mignolaversity: “Hellboy: The Silver Lantern Club” #1

By | Oct 27, 2021 | Reviews

Mike Mignola, Chris Roberson, Christopher Mitten, and Ben Stenbeck unite for “Hellboy: The Silver Lantern Club,” and in the process fulfill a hope for a series I’ve been harboring for years. Read on for my spoiler-free review. Written by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden Illustrated by Christopher Mitten and Ben Stenbeck Colored by Michelle Madsen […]

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Dune

By | Oct 26, 2021 | Reviews

After what seems like years of speculation and waiting, the release of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is finally upon us. Dune is one of those titles that seems to always show up on lists of impossible or difficult to film, and boy have there have been attempts. French filmmaker, Alejandro Jodorowsky, notoriously tried and failed to adapt […]

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Bookshelf Basics: “Skip”

By | Oct 26, 2021 | Reviews

All-ages graphic novels are more diverse and prolific than ever. With so much great content out there – and more arriving every week – sifting through it all can be a daunting task. Whether you’re a parent, caregiver, teacher, librarian or young reader, Multiversity’s #BookshelfBasics is here to help. By highlighting a blend of newly […]

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