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Review – Geoff Johns’ Avengers Run

By | Nov 17, 2009 | Reviews

This past week in Amazing Spider-Man, Deadpool showed up in what is quite possibly his most enjoyable cameo in a good long while. As he and Spider-Man ran around the city fighting and bantering, Deadpool did at one time remark that he had Blackest Night themed toe nails, at which point a word bubble popped […]

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Doctor Who – "The Waters Of Mars" Review

By | Nov 16, 2009 | Reviews

The Doctor is probably the single most charming Brit in all of history. There are people who will die without ever knowing who Margaret Thatcher was, but they’ll most likely remember the Doctor (Ok, that’s presumptuous). He’s a character that’s been in all forms of media for over 70 years, from television to novels to […]

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Guest Review: Stitches, A Memoir

By | Nov 16, 2009 | Reviews

It is with great pleasure I present to you a guest review of David Small’s Stitches, A Memoir. We love to promote lesser known works and those that help expand the art of comic-based literature, so the opportunity to present more reviews is definitely something I personally promote seeing as David is the only person […]

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Review – Suburban Glamour

By | Nov 10, 2009 | Reviews

A while ago we ran an article on a book called Phonogram. It was written by a good friend of mine who unfortunately did not have the time to able to keep writing for the site on a regular basis. Since then, I’ve been looking for it at comic shops around me on a regular […]

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Smallville Review: "Kandor"

By | Nov 10, 2009 | Reviews

Someone has the windswept look down. On Friday’s Smallville, we had one of the oddest but most fitting episodes of the season. In this episode, Clark learns of the Kryptonians on Earth, and also learns that his father, Jor-El, is on Earth as well. How did it work? Well, let’s see. Mostly, I would say […]

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Review – The Nobody

By | Nov 9, 2009 | Reviews

If you had asked me a month or two ago who Jeff Lemire was, I would have given you a blank look. “A comic writer?” I would’ve responded, assuming you were asking me based on my love of comic books. You might’ve smiled and patted me on the shoulder, and I would’ve been confused over […]

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Review – Pride of Baghdad

By | Nov 8, 2009 | Reviews

There are a few writers here at Multiversity Comics who are synonymous with not only good writing, but great writing. Writers who we as fans are more than willing to put blind faith under any endeavor. For me this means writers like Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Mark Millar, or Ed Brubaker. However, one name I […]

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Smallville Review: "Crossfire"

By | Nov 2, 2009 | Reviews

Must be nice to eternally have fresh breath… God I’m sorry this is so late. Halloween really messed with my schedule, but hopefully this will still be of use to you guys. Cheers! Tonight, in the episode “Crossfire,” we had a few interesting things. It was the THIRD episode featuring Oliver as the lead role, […]

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Review: The Mystery Play

By | Oct 31, 2009 | Reviews

Oh my God! Matt reviewing ANOTHER obscure Grant Morrison title? No! Unheard of! He never does that! Seriously though, folks. A while back I was doing research on Morrison for a (as of yet to be released) Author Retrospective on the man. I mean, I did pull the title for the website out of his […]

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Wednesday Is New Comic Book Day! (10-28-09)

By | Oct 29, 2009 | Reviews

I apologize. Normally I provide a humorous New Comic Book Day image for you to enjoy, but this week I was swamped. So enjoy this thing I got off Google, courtesy of necessarycool.com. BOOK OF THE WEEK: Blackest Night #4 Matt’s Thoughts: I feel like everyone else will give you long explanations about this issue. […]

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Review – Justice

By | Oct 26, 2009 | Reviews

I can still remember the day I picked up Kingdom Come. I had heard about it, but never really gravitated too much towards it. On a rainy day, I found myself a copy and read it. I couldn’t put it down. Not only was the writing phenomenal (Mark Waid), but the art blew my mind. […]

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Smallville Review: "Roulette"

By | Oct 25, 2009 | Reviews

This is EXACTLY why you don’t wear white after Labor Day. In Friday’s Oliver-centric episode, we see him head further down into the pits of his own psyche. Guilt can be a powerful enemy. The strongest character on the show lately has been Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, so was this serviceable to his character? Well, see […]

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Heroes Season 4 Review: "Tabula Rasa"

By | Oct 21, 2009 | Reviews

Another week, anot-… oh, you get it. I’m really not that great at creating an intro paragraph to my articles all the time, especially when it comes to just reviewing Heroes. However, upon seeing this article I’m sure you can figure out that there is going to be a review of the latest episode of […]

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