2019 Year in Review

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2019 Holiday Wishlists Revisited

By | Dec 30, 2020 | Comics

Every year, we ask the three big shared universes – DC, Marvel, and Valiant – to listen to our harebrained ideas for how to improve their lines. While sometimes we step backwards into being correct, the point of these is more to express our ideas, frustrations, and hopes for comics that we absolutely love. That […]

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My Comics Decade and Tyler Crook

By | Jan 3, 2020 | Art Feature

When I think over the last decade of comics—the comics I loved and kinds of stories that clicked with me—one name pops up again and again: Tyler Crook. He burst onto the comics scene mid 2011 with “Petrograd” (a creator-owned OGN with Philip Gelatt), as a guest artist on “The Sixth Gun” #14 (created by […]

My Comics Decade: An Uneasy Alliance

By | Jan 3, 2020 | Longform

It is incredible to think about to just how different comics fit into the cultural landscape in 2010 versus 2020. By January 3, 2010, exactly two entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe had been released, one of which was a meager success at best. It had been years since comics themselves, not adaptations, had been […]

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My Comics Decade: Michael Mazzacane

By | Jan 1, 2020 | Columns

I really got into comics with the New52, I’d buy the random collection here and there but single issues were not really my thing up to that point. Even when they “were my thing” via Comixology it wasn’t a big pull list. I’d eventually fall out of habit with DC and Marvel, but with the […]

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In Memoriam: Luke Perry

By | Dec 27, 2019 | Columns

When Luke Perry suddenly passed away earlier this year, the acting world lost a kind light. I did not know Luke Perry personally, so that may seem like a bit of a projection but from all accounts, Luke embodied the kind of man he portrayed on TV: kind, loving, and above all else, a man […]

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2019 in Review: Multiversity’s Management Team Weighs In

By , , , and | Dec 27, 2019 | Columns

In years past, at the bottom of our Year in Review pieces, we would have an ‘editor’s thoughts’ section. Since the site has somewhat restructured this year, with folks taking on less editorial positions and more focused responsibilities, it seemed better to relegate these thoughts to a separate piece. So, senior editor Brian, social media […]

In Memoriam: Monkey Punch

By | Dec 26, 2019 | Columns

Kazuhiko Katō, I would venture to guess, is a name that not too many American comics readers are familiar with. Most of his works never made it stateside and information on how long each of his series ran is scarce. He had a prolific career, stretching from the 1960s until well into the 2000s, and […]

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In Memoriam: Kazuo Koike

By | Dec 25, 2019 | Columns

Late last year, I began a full reading of Kazuo Koike & Goseki Kojima’s “Lone Wolf & Cub.” It would be my first time fully absorbing the series from beginning to end, and my first time engaging with the series now as someone who has a stepchild. I knew early on in my reading that […]


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