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Discussion Review: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

By | Jul 30, 2010 | Reviews

Yesterday you saw my review of Edgar Wright’s Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, and today we’re bringing you Matt and I’s takes. Given that Matt and I are very, very different when it comes to both comics and movies (for the most part), odds are this was going to provide highly disparate takes. Or would […]

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WINCBD – Burpee’s Stack (7-28-10)

By | Jul 30, 2010 | Reviews

This week I make my return to reviews. While it’s more of a fly by than a comeback it’ll still be nice to return to WINCBD. This week my selection of books consists of X-Men: Legacy #238, Justice League: Generation Lost #6, Green Lantern Corps #50, and Wolverine: Origins #50. Which books will I give […]

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WINCBD! – Walt’s Stack (7-28-10)

By | Jul 29, 2010 | Reviews

Let’s cut to the chase: you want your reviews now and I’m not feeling particularly full of banter, so I’ll tell you what comics I’m reviewing and you’ll follow the cut to see what I have to say. Sound good? I thought so too. This week I’m reviewing Wonder Woman #601, Secret Avengers #3, Green […]

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Review: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World

By | Jul 29, 2010 | Reviews

Sure, Edgar Wright’s adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim series isn’t coming until August 13th, but that doesn’t mean we won’t have features about the film itself ahead of time. While we’re not part of the cool kids who saw it at SDCC, the sneak previews around the nation last night did give a […]

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WINCBD! – Matt’s Stack (7-28-10)

By | Jul 29, 2010 | Reviews

After a week off for celebrating the fantastic day of my birth, I have returned to bring you your favorite set of reviews. After a week away, I felt the only thing appropriate was to focus on some smaller titles that I feel needed some love – or possibly some hate! But before we start […]

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WINCBD! – Gil’s Stack (7-28-10)

By | Jul 29, 2010 | Reviews

Hello all! It’s that time again. I’m back a different banner, one I like better. I’m also posting reviews with a decidedly DC theme, with three DCU proper titles (Green Lantern #56, The Flash #4, Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #4) and a Vertigo title (American Vampire #5). Am I showing a bias? NAH! […]

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Book of the Week: Uncanny X-Men #526

By | Jul 29, 2010 | Reviews

Written by Matt Fraction with art by Whilce Portacio with a back up by Allan Heinberg and Olivier Coipel. “THE FIVE LIGHTS” After the events of SECOND COMING, the X-Men’s world has changed. We can’t tell you much without spoiling the crossover, but here are some words to whet your appetite: Hope, Emma, Namor, Sebastian […]

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Advance Review: Hotwire: Deep Cut #1 (of 3)

By | Jul 28, 2010 | Reviews

HOTWIRE: DEEP CUT #1 (1 of 3)Created by: STEVE PUGH and WARREN ELLIS Writer and Illustrator: STEVE PUGHLetterer: STEVE PUGHCover Artist: STEVE PUGH$3.5032 PagesFull Color Detective Exorcist Alice Hotwire is back! After the events of Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead, the city’s only supernatural investigator is taking some much needed R&R. But when a Blue […]

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Advance Review: Artifacts #1

By | Jul 28, 2010 | Reviews

Artifacts #1 (of 13)Writer: Ron MarzArtist: Michael BroussardCover: Top Cow’s Finest, John Tyler Christopher, Dale KeownFull Color32 pages$3.99limited series The Event FIVE Years in the Making!Thirteen mystical Artifacts, including the Witchblade, the Darkness and others, guide the fate of the Top Cow Universe. For centuries, it’s been whispered that bringing together all 13 Artifacts would […]

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Batman: Under The Red Hood Review

By | Jul 27, 2010 | Reviews

In the world of the animated, Marvel and DC have very different plans of attack. Marvel tends to shy away from adaptations and focus on original interpretations (although they do do them) whereas DC, for the most part, has been strictly adaptations, especially with their last couple of movies. To be honest, it’s probably the […]

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Futurama – "Lethal Inspection" Review

By | Jul 24, 2010 | Reviews

We were feeling kind of down on the first set of commentary based episodes, but with last week’s episode focusing on a parody it began to feel a tad more natural. Cue this week’s episode, where we finally have a full homegrown tale that was quite akin to classic Futurama story telling — no overt […]

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WINCBD! Gil’s Stack (7-21-10)

By | Jul 23, 2010 | Reviews

Welcome to another edition of Gil’s Stack! This week I tackle a rather eclectic mix of books, ranging from licensed property to Marvel to DC. I’ll be reviewing Avengers #3, Power Girl #14, True Blood #1, and Legion of Super-Heroes #3. I hope you enjoyed these reviews as much as I enjoyed writing them! If […]

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WINCBD! David’s Stack (7-21-10)

By | Jul 22, 2010 | Reviews

Awwww yeah! After a week off from reviews, I’m back with a slew of new reviews. It was an exciting week, as one of my favorite books celebrated a momentous occasion, there were two new releases I was pumped for, and a refitted series in The Heroic Age kept its run of quality going. Before […]

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Book of the Week: Amazing Spider-Man #638

By | Jul 22, 2010 | Reviews

Written by Joe Quesada and featuring art from Quesada and Paolo Rivera, Amazing Spider-Man #638 had the potential to be an all-timer for one of the best comic characters ever. Especially considering the fact that this was going to be “O.M.I.T” (aka One Moment In Time), the story we’ve “all” been waiting for, as we […]

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WINCBD! Walt’s Stack (7-21-10)

By | Jul 22, 2010 | Reviews

Another week, another grab bag comics. Thankfully, this week was mainly good to me, as I reviewed Streets of Gotham #14, X-Factor #207, Supergirl #54 and New Avengers #2. As usual here’s our rating scale for those that are new to the site: 0: Uwe Boll will direct the adaptation of this comic0.1 – 1: […]

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Review: Scott Pilgrim’s Finest Hour

By | Jul 20, 2010 | Reviews

In 2004, a little book came out that managed to take the entire comic community by storm. Mixing Japanese manga style comics with a clear videogame/general nerd style, the book managed to capture readers with it’s playful dialogue, humorous characters, and epic love story all wrapped up in a simple premise: in order to truly […]

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Spider-Girl #1 Launches in November

By | Jul 19, 2010 | Reviews

Coming in November, we have a new Spider-Girl title from Marvel Comics starring Araña of Young Allies fame. This news comes directly from Rich Johnston of Bleeding Cool (respectfully, he informed us of this at an earlier juncture), and doesn’t give us much more detail than the fact that this book will exist and that […]

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Review: Inception

By | Jul 19, 2010 | Reviews

While only related to comics in an ancillary way (in that a comic prequel was made and that creator Christopher Nolan is the god of the Batfilms), we at Multiversity found that we’d be remiss in our duties as genre fans to not take a look at Nolan’s new film Inception. This film came out […]

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Futurama – "The Duh-Vinci Code" Review

By | Jul 17, 2010 | Reviews

This week’s episode of Futurama strayed from our previous set. For the first time since the first episode of the season, we have a show without an agenda! Well… to an extent, anyway. See, where the other episodes of this season have been mostly about commentary on all the things that Futurama hasn’t been able […]

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WINCBD! – Gil’s Stack (7-14-10)

By | Jul 16, 2010 | Reviews

Welcome to another edition of Gil’s Stack! This week I have a lot of big titles coming. And I’ll get them all reviewed as quickly as possible, but I’m fighting a particularly nasty bug, so they’ll be a little slow this week (sorry!). But we have Superman #701, Daredevil #508, Avengers Academy #2, and Chew […]

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WINCBD! – Walt’s Stack (7-14-10)

By | Jul 15, 2010 | Reviews

Man, what a great week. With all sorts of interesting announcements and tons of great comics, I can’t remember a week where I have been this happy to be a comics fan. But enough about that, you want reviews, don’t you? As usual, here’s our scoring system: 0: Uwe Boll will direct the adaptation of […]

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