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Baturday

Baturday: Damian Returns and Endgame Heats Up!

So lots of crazy (but awesome) stuff happened in the pages of various Batman books this week.  All in all, it was another fantastic week to be a Bat fan.  Here are my quick (spoiler-free) run-downs of the excellent selections [...]

December 20, 2014 Reviews
DC Universe

So the DC Universe changes forever in March…

Convergence.  Crisis.  End.  These three words are being tossed around a lot at the DC offices (currently in New York City, soon to be in Burbank, CA) today.  So what does this mean for the DC Universe? Well, it means [...]

December 15, 2014 News
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Signals from the Multiversity #4

Pax Americana is a great riff on the seminal Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons classic Watchmen, but in a far more condensed and cohesive package. It works with similar grid-like structures, offers alternative modes of storytelling, and focuses on the Charlton characters [...]

November 28, 2014 Reviews
Multiversity

Signals from the Multiversity #3

On Multiversity: The Just The Just is unlike any of the other Multiversity books out right now, primarily because it reads more like a gossip magazine, and features semi-photorealistic art from Ben Oliver (someone you wouldn’t expect to collaborate with [...]

October 31, 2014 Reviews
Baturday

Baturday: Arkham Manor #1, Deathstroke #1, and more!

Another big week for Gotham fans, what with the show about Batman’s origin still going strong and a couple new debut Bat titles and all.  Lots of new directions, lots of twists and turns, and it’s never been a better [...]

October 25, 2014 Reviews
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Signals from the Multiversity #1

A primer: each month I will be writing an essay detailing a central topic featured within the issues of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity saga. This month I am detailing The Multiversity #1 and its exploration of the fandom’s approach to comic [...]

August 27, 2014 Features
Grant Morrison

Grant Morrison Introduces us to Multiversity

One of the most widely talked about and anticipated projects in recent comic book history is DC Comics‘ Multiversity by Grant Morrison. The Scottish creator’s project has been dubbed “his Lord of the Rings”, and is shaping up to be [...]

October 1, 2012 Reviews
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Humans are an Endangered Species in Enormous

Image Comics and Shadowline are rolling out Enormous, a graphic novella by Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour in July. Taking the Jurassic Park approach to the apocalypse, Enormous offers a glimpse of Earth overrun by dinosaurs as the few remaining [...]

May 23, 2012 Reviews