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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - It's Hell on Earth as John Arcudi reveals what he and Mike Mignola are planning for Dark Horse's B.P.R.D.; writer Joshua Hale Fialkov reflects on the sins of the father in Image/Top Cow/Minotaur's Echoes; writer Sean Michael Wilson discusses culture clashes and personal relationships in The Story of Lee, the first in his East meets West graphic novel trilogy for NBM; and Paul Cornell talks about co-writing Stan Lee's Soldier Zero in collaboration with the living legend BOOM! Studios calls the Grand Poobah. Also included is a feature on DC's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents revival. Contributors include: John Arcudi, Mike Mignola, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Sean Michael Wilson, Stan Lee, and Paul Cornell.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - It's Hell on Earth as John Arcudi reveals what he and Mike Mignola are planning for Dark Horse's B.P.R.D.; writer Joshua Hale Fialkov reflects on the sins of the father in Image/Top Cow/Minotaur's Echoes; writer Sean Michael Wilson discusses culture clashes and personal relationships in The Story of Lee, the first in his East meets West graphic novel trilogy for NBM; and Paul Cornell talks about co-writing Stan Lee's Soldier Zero in collaboration with the living legend BOOM! Studios calls the Grand Poobah. Also included is a feature on DC's T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents revival. Contributors include: John Arcudi, Mike Mignola, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Sean Michael Wilson, Stan Lee, and Paul Cornell.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Frank Quitely looks back at Flex Mentallo; David Lapham delves back into history for Caligula then comes right up to date for a second Avatar title, the post-apocalyptic Crossed: Psychopath; Garth Ennis talks dangerous housewives and his new Dynamite series Jennifer Blood; Greg Pak and artist Stephen Segovia discuss their take on the Silver Surfer; Fall of the Wolfmen scribe Dave West converses on werewolves in 1960s London and the UK's burgeoning indie/small press scene; Mark Waid goes behind the scenes on Marvel's revival of CrossGen's Ruse; and newcomer Ross Mackintosh reveals how a family loss led to his new com.X graphic novel, Seeds.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Frank Quitely looks back at Flex Mentallo; David Lapham delves back into history for Caligula then comes right up to date for a second Avatar title, the post-apocalyptic Crossed: Psychopath; Garth Ennis talks dangerous housewives and his new Dynamite series Jennifer Blood; Greg Pak and artist Stephen Segovia discuss their take on the Silver Surfer; Fall of the Wolfmen scribe Dave West converses on werewolves in 1960s London and the UK's burgeoning indie/small press scene; Mark Waid goes behind the scenes on Marvel's revival of CrossGen's Ruse; and newcomer Ross Mackintosh reveals how a family loss led to his new com.X graphic novel, Seeds.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Ian Edginton, D'Israeli, Ian Culbard and other writers and artist chat about contributing to SelfMadeHero's H.P. Lovecraft Anthology; Mystery Men artist Patrick Zircher and editor Bill Rosemann discuss the creation of Marvel's new pulp heroes; writer Andy Luke reveals how his lifelong struggle with epilepsy led to the autobiographical Absence; Kurt Busiek, Mark Waid and others explain why they got involved in IDW's new anthology dedicated to The Rocketeer, Dave Steven's high-flying 1930s crimefighter; and 50 Girls 50 writer Doug Murray and artist Axel Medellin talk Image's new SF mini and girls, girls, girls!
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Ian Edginton, D'Israeli, Ian Culbard and other writers and artist chat about contributing to SelfMadeHero's H.P. Lovecraft Anthology; Mystery Men artist Patrick Zircher and editor Bill Rosemann discuss the creation of Marvel's new pulp heroes; writer Andy Luke reveals how his lifelong struggle with epilepsy led to the autobiographical Absence; Kurt Busiek, Mark Waid and others explain why they got involved in IDW's new anthology dedicated to The Rocketeer, Dave Steven's high-flying 1930s crimefighter; and 50 Girls 50 writer Doug Murray and artist Axel Medellin talk Image's new SF mini and girls, girls, girls!
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Valiant chief executive officer Jason Kothari talks about the plans to relaunch the 1990s powerhouse; the new Ghost Rider creative team of Rob Williams and artist Matthew Clark discuss their incarnation of Marvel's Spirit of Vengeance; and com.X's Bluespear co-writers Andi Ewington and Eddie Deighton and artist Cosmo White offer an insight into their spin-off from last year's Forty-Five while writers Brian Michael Bendis, Nick Spencer and Jonathan Hickman provide an insight into Marvel's reboot of its Ultimate Comics line. Also featured are two further exclusives: Scott Snyder, Paul Levitz, Jimmy Palmiotti and Peter Milligan are among the writers offering their thoughts on the nuDCU while Levitz joins Roy Thomas, Marv Wolfman, Denny O'Neil and others who discuss comics then and now and their work on the DC Retroactive titles.
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Every 52-page issue includes Multiverse's regular news and reviews sections together with Mike Conroy's long-running comics-to-movies column, Frame to Frame. Multiverse also includes exclusive interviews with established creators as well as up-and-coming talents, many accompanied by rarely seen art. Exclusive interviews - Valiant chief executive officer Jason Kothari talks about the plans to relaunch the 1990s powerhouse; the new Ghost Rider creative team of Rob Williams and artist Matthew Clark discuss their incarnation of Marvel's Spirit of Vengeance; and com.X's Bluespear co-writers Andi Ewington and Eddie Deighton and artist Cosmo White offer an insight into their spin-off from last year's Forty-Five while writers Brian Michael Bendis, Nick Spencer and Jonathan Hickman provide an insight into Marvel's reboot of its Ultimate Comics line. Also featured are two further exclusives: Scott Snyder, Paul Levitz, Jimmy Palmiotti and Peter Milligan are among the writers offering their thoughts on the nuDCU while Levitz joins Roy Thomas, Marv Wolfman, Denny O'Neil and others who discuss comics then and now and their work on the DC Retroactive titles.
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