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14  mai     19h55
Marvel Announces Kang the Conqueror Series
Christopher Chiu-Tabet    Marvel Comics have announced Kang the Conqueror, a five-issue miniseries exploring the origin of the time-traveling warlord and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania villain. Written by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing ( Star Trek: Year Five ) with art by Carlos Magno ( Invaders ) and colorist Espen...
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Five Thoughts on Jupiter’s Legacy s Paper and Stone
Quinn Tassin    1. Another Mediocre Episode Damn you Jupiter’s Legacy I want to like you so badly but you refuse to let me. Paper and Stone is a lot like By Dawn’s Early Light in that it isn’t good despite having all the pieces in place to be at least compelling. In this episode, though, that lack [&]
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The Strange Ones
Brian Salvatore    We’ve all had a friend that we met randomly, or through bizarre circumstances. Sometimes, those friendships can seem pre-ordained or like destiny shoving two folks together. The Strange Ones tells a tale of such friendship, speckled with impeccable detail, real emotion, and some fantastic artwork...
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Reader Poll: Who Is Your Favorite Modern DC Live-Action TV Villain?
Kate Kosturski    If you watch Batwoman, no doubt you’re coming back week after week thanks to the antics of Beth Kane Alice, played by Rachel Skarsten. Whether its sadistic glee over staying one step ahead of Batwoman or her fierce love for her sister, Skarsten takes what could be a one-note character and elevates...
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Announcing the Multiversity Comics Summer Binges
Multiversity Staff    For the past few summers, we have filled the time between TV seasons and school years with our Summer Binges. We started with TV shows, adding comics after we saw how much fun the binges were. This year’s TV schedule is weird due to covid and approximately 594 new streaming platforms, so the summer...
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Exclusive Preview: Everything’s Archie #1
Christopher Chiu-Tabet    2021 marks 80 years since Archie Comics’ namesake, the one and only Archibald Archie Andrews, made his debut in MLJ Magazines’ Pep Comics #22 (cover dated December 1941). To celebrate, the publisher will be releasing several one-shots, beginning next month with Everything’s Archie #1. We are...
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Force Ghost Coast to Coast, Season III, Episode LIV: The Bad Batch Episodes 1-2
Brian Salvatore    There’s been an awakening... have you felt it? On May the Fourth, Disney launched The Bad Batch, a new spin-off series from The Clone Wars. Now, two episodes in, Liz, Matt, and Brian discuss the start of the series that has surprised and delighted them thus far. Plus, hear Brian rant about the...
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The Rundown: May 14, 2021
Henry Varona    Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from the previous day. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown multiversitycomics.com. In case you missed it, AWA Studios announced a sci-fi satire series called Not All Robots by Mark Russell and Mike...
13  mai     20h28
Not All Robots Are Toxic in Mark Russell and Mike Deodato Jr.’s AWA Satire
Christopher Chiu-Tabet    Via Syfy Wire, writer Mark Russell is teaming up with artist Mike Deodato Jr. at publisher AWA Studios for Not All Robots, a five-issue sci-fi satire, set in a future where an AI-driven robot workforce has made humanity largely redundant. Specifically, it will focus on Razorball, a robot who has...
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Exclusive Preview: The Trials Of Ultraman #3
Christopher Chiu-Tabet    Next week marks the release of Marvel’s The Trials of Ultraman #3, the midway point of Kyle Higgins, Mat Groom and Francesco Manna’s second miniseries reimagining the venerable Japanese superhero for a new audience. We are pleased to present an exclusive preview, which continues the battle...