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    DC Releases a Ton of Art for “The Multiversity,” Which You Can Now See Here on Multiversity

    By | July 29th, 2014
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    At Comic-Con, DC held a massive panel for “The Multiversity” (and, surprisingly, didn’t invite us to comment on it). During which, Morrison Cameron Stewart and Eddie Berganza gave fans a look at the series and discussed it, with Morrison implying that this is what everything he’s ever done at DC has led up to — that is, until the next series that is what all of his work at DC has been leading up to.

    Of course, while discussing “The Multiversity” is certainly interesting, with Morrison making comments that this has been in the works since the end of “52” and utilizing the publication method of “Seven Soldiers” (a one-shot setting up the plot, a series of slightly inter-connected stories and then another one-shot wrapping the series), what’s more interesting than reading about “The Multiversity” is seeing things from “The Multiversity.” This book has been a long time coming (clearly), but there’s a lot that has been built up for this series both in terms of hype and in behind-the-scenes content, and I’m very excited to share it all with you today.

    (If you do want to read more, there’s a big interview with Morrison up at Comic Book Resources.)

    We only showed you the map of the Multiverse before. Now prepare for something way more way intense, including covers, concept art and more.


    Morrison Concept Art

    Abin Sur by Grant Morrison
    Abin Sur by Grant Morrison
    The Atom by Grant Morrison
    Doctor Fate by Grant Morrison
    The Multiveristy #1 by Grant Morrison
    Thunderer by Grant Morrison
    Thunderworld Cover by Grant Morrison

    Artist Concept Art

    Blackhawk by Chris Sprouse
    Doctor Fate by Chris Sprouse
    Alexis by Ben Oliver
    Connor Hawke by Ben Oliver
    Donna Troy by Ben Oliver
    Offspring by Ben Oliver
    Billy Batson by Cameron Stewart
    Shazam by Cameron Stewart
    Dr. Sivana by Cameron Stewart
    Sivana's Children by Cameron Stewart


    Issue #2 - The Society of Superheroes
    Issue #3 - the Just
    Issue #4 - Pax Americana
    Unknown Issue # - Thunderworld

    Other Art

    Nix Uotan, assumedly from the first issue
    Pax Americana Interior Art by Frank Quitely
    Pax Americana Interior Art by Frank Quitely
    Shazam by Cameron Stewart
    Thunderworld Interior Art by Cameron Stewart

    The Map

    Map given away at the SDCC panel
    Map concept sketch by Morrison

    Channel 52

    Map of the Multiverse appearing on Channel 52
    The Multiversity Channel 52 Tease
    Matt in front of the Multiversity tease like a dummy

    Matthew Meylikhov

    Once upon a time, Matthew Meylikhov became the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Multiversity Comics, where he was known for his beard and fondness for cats. Then he became only one of those things. Now, if you listen really carefully at night, you may still hear from whispers on the wind a faint voice saying, "X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not as bad as everyone says it issss."