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Saturday Showdown – Avengers Round-Up

By Matthew Meylikhov | Aug 21, 2010 | Columns

There are 7 Avengers titles on the market right now. No, seriously! There’s Avengers, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, Avengers Academy, Avengers: Prime, Ultimate Comics Avengers 3, and Avengers: Children’s Crusade – and that doesn’t even include all the mini’s that are planned (such as Avengers and the Infinity Gauntlet, out this week by Atomic Robo […]

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Sunday Showdown: The Harvey Off

By David Harper | Jul 18, 2010 | Columns

This past week saw the announcement of the 2010 Harvey Award nominations, and with any sort of award nominations you both get analysis of the nominees as well as talk about who didn’t make it that should have made it. The Harvey Awards are no different, and to discuss these nominations we’ve got myself and […]

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Sunday Showdown: Did Kick-Ass in fact, Kick Ass?

By Gilbert Short | Apr 18, 2010 | Columns

This last weekend, Marvel’s latest entry into the Theatrical arena hit screens across the country, and it has been nearly ubiquitous. On every comics-related website you go to, there are articles covering nearly every bit of it. Well, we here at Multiversity are no different, as we’ve discussed the movie from the script stages all […]

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Sunday Showdown: Eisner Choices

By David Harper | Apr 12, 2010 | Columns

Today we’re back with a delayed version of Saturday Showdown, now Sunday Showdown due my obsessive need for sociability and the horrors of alcohol consumption. On this week’s showdown, Walt and I go over all of the Eisner nominations and select who we think was the finest example in each category. In a year where […]

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Saturday Showdown: Will Kick-Ass Kick Ass?

By David Harper | Jan 2, 2010 | Columns

For this week’s Saturday Showdown, we have the hottest topic of debate around the Multiversity offices: will Matthew Vaughn’s adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.’s Kick-Ass be good or a new level of terrible for comic book movies? While some would say there is middle ground available here, as comic book fans we […]

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Saturday Showdown: Mouse Guard vs. Mice Templar

By David Harper | Nov 21, 2009 | Columns

On this week’s edition of Saturday Showdown, we have Matt and David once again (evidently they are argumentative) pitching their case as to which prominent mice warrior title is superior – David Petersen’s Mouse Guard or Bryan Glass and Michael Avon Oeming’s Mice Templar. We recently took a look at Mouse Guard in our Small […]

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Saturday Showdown: Steve vs. Bucky

By David Harper | Oct 31, 2009 | Columns

For the second edition of our Saturday Showdown series, Matt and I discuss one of the hottest topics in comics today: should Steve Rogers or Bucky Barnes be Captain America after Captain America: Reborn. Matt felt very passionately that Steve is the one and only Captain America, while I took a slightly different approach. Which […]

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Saturday Showdown: Matt Fraction’s Uncanny X-Men

By David Harper | Oct 24, 2009 | Columns

Look at Wolverine’s bicep! We have a new weekly feature for you starting today, it’s called Saturday Showdown, in which two of our writers will take a current event, title, concept, or whatever as long as it involves comics and provide two opinions that live in direct opposition of each other. Recently while doing reviews […]

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