This month I supplemented my position as news manager at Multiversity Comics while our senior editor was on vacation by overseeing previews on the website. Uploading images and writing up introductions is actually quite a bit of fun, like a game.
Welcome to Multiversity Comics, a web site written by people who love comics for people who love comics. Check in for…
This month saw the two TV shows I was recapping for the site — Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning — wrap up: you can read my write-ups of the season finales here and work backwards if you haven’t been following them.
Five Thoughts on Legends of Tomorrow's "The Good, The Bad And The Cuddly"
Almost everyone from this season (and Jonah Hex) came back for this smorgasbord of a finale, where the freed Mallus…
Five Thoughts on Black Lightning's "Shadow of Death: The Book of War"
Black Lightning 's season 1 finale saw our hero stuck in a coma after last week's brutal assault, the ASA hunting the…
This month I wrote one obituary for “Ponytail” creator Lee Holley, one of the last remaining members of the original Looney Tunes production.
Lee Holley, Looney Tunes Artist and Creator of "Ponytail," Dead at 85
The New York Times reports Lee Holley, the creator of the classic comic strip "Ponytail," died on March 26, 2018…
Last but not least was my monthly column We Want Comics, which turned its attention to the Marvel Cinematic Universe following the announcement of a prose novel starring Thanos, which made me more than a bit envious of those who can stare at words all day.
We Want Comics: The Marvel Cinematic Universe
Marvel Studios's Avengers: Infinity War will be with us very soon, and a young adult novel by Barry Lyga starring the…
Obviously Avengers: Infinity War was the big deal of the month, and you can read some of my thoughts on the movie here with my editors and colleagues:
Slackers: Our Editors and Managers Debate Avengers: Infinity War
Like many other websites, Multiversity uses Slack as a tool for making sure our editorial team is in constant…