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This week we welcome "X-Men: The Animated Series" writers and Story Editors Eric and Julia Lewald to the Graphic Multiverse! We're talking comics, tv shows, mutants and an ancient artifacts known as... cassette tapes? Check out their amazing work @ https://xmentas.com/ "Eric and Julia Lewald are entertainment veterans. Having written hundreds of be…
 
In the early 90's all the hottest Marvel artists left the company to form Image comics. Each of those creators created their own studios and their own line of comics. Jim Lee created Wildstorm comics and one of the biggest books from that studio was "Stormwatch". Although not joining on until issue #37 many people consider Warren Ellis' time on the…
 
If you the title didn't give it all away.. we cover a lot on this episode! We discuss the new trailers for Mortal Kombat and the Snyder cut, we talk about the controversy surrounding Joss Whedon, and Andy Serkis playing John Mclane in a Die Hard remake? All this and more on today's edition of Multiversed!…
 
20 years ago the general population learned about learned about the existence of mutants thanks to Bryan Singer's 'X-Men'. The film would usher in a new century of pop culture frenzy with the popularity of the comic book film. This episode features Paul speaking about the birth of his love of comics thanks to 'X-Men' and his "Obi-Juan Kenobi" showi…
 
The 90's were a time of big pockets, glossy covers, and massive events. In this sea of spectactacle the X-Men reigned supreme. X-Men, X-factor, and X-force were selling millions of copies, and in 1996 Marvel introduced us to Onslaught. How does this big flashy crossover hold up 23 years later? Let's have paul walk us down memory lane in this very s…
 
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