The Multiversity

The Multiversity

The Deluxe Edition

Book - 2015
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"The biggest adventure in DC's history is here! Join visionary writer Grant Morrison, today's most talented artists, and a cast of unforgettable heroes from 52 alternative Earths of the DC Multiverse! Prepare to meet the Vampire League of Earth-43, the Justice Riders of Earth-18, Superdemon, Doc Fate, the super-sons of Superman and Batman, the rampaging Retaliators of Earth-8, the Atomic Knights of Justice, Dino-Cop, Sister Miracle, Lady Quark, and the latest, greatest Super Hero of Earth-Prime: YOU! THE MULTIVERSITY is more than a multipart comic-book series. It's a cosmos spanning, soul-shaking experience that puts YOU on the frontline in the battle for all creation against the demonic destroyers known as the Gentry! Featuring artwork by Ivan Reis (JUSTICE LEAGUE), Frank Quitely (ALL-STAR SUPERMAN), Cameron Stewart (BATGIRL) and many others, THE MULTIVERSITY tells an epic tale that span 52 Earths. Collects THE MULTIVERSITY #1 and 2, THE MULTIVERSITY GUIDEBOOK #1, and these MULTIVERSITY issues: THE SOCIETY OF SUPER-HEROES #1, THE JUST #1, PAX AMERICANA #1, THUNDERWORLD #1, MASTERMEN #1 and ULTRA COMICS #1"--Provided by publisher.

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mammothhawk229e
Mar 04, 2017

Big giant deja-vu tease of a book with x universes undiscovered.
Individual stories were nice as with art.
However, no page of supervillain defeated in battle. What a downer.

mvkramer Jan 25, 2017

I feel like Grant Morrison is just retreading old ground. There's some cool stuff here. I like meeting all the different superhero teams of the 52 Earths, like Captain Carrot! - but in the end, I'm left wondering what the point was.

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MathiasNorthwind
May 20, 2016

Very informative of the New
52 universes!!! though I DO NOT like the New Earth 2 origin of the J.S.A.!!

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Keogh
Feb 11, 2016

This may be a book that appeals more to readers who like Grant Morrison's work. I'm not one of that number, and so the end result of this book, following a threat to multiple universes and an unlikely set of characters, didn't work for me. Morrison's writing style comes across as if he's crazy or on drugs or both, and that seems taken to extremes here.

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rswcove
Dec 09, 2015

Grant Morrison is trying to enlighten the world through comic books. He started with The Invisibles, and he hasn't stopped since. This is his most up beat and accessible attempt to explain his multiversal leanings in a long time. The story is big and broad and rollicking, it loves comics and it loves happy endings and it believes in hope. This isn't as good as Morrison's best, but it is very good for Morrison, and well better than most of the current writers getting praise in comics press.

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