Over the past few weeks, Comixology has done a pretty amazing job of staying on top of DC's Convergence event with a string of sales based on the different eras that were brought into Bottleworld to fight it out, and this week is no exception. Show More Summary
Grant Morrison and Ivan Reis' "The Multiversity" #2 is "entertaining" and "has a wicked sense of humor when it's appropriate."
The conclusion to Grant Morrison's survey of all the parallel Earths DC Comics has to offer is coming this week, and it's probably the comic I've looked forward to the most since I started foll...
MULTIVERSITY #2 brings to an end Grant Morrison's multiversal epic, and here is your first full preview.
It was Grant Morrison's favorite comic of 2013, my favourite comic of the 21st century, and it delighted even the most stone-hearted of comic critics. Ballistic, a five-issue series from Black Mask by filmmaker Adam Egypt Mortimer and blockbuster artist Darick Robertson, last hit the streets in 2014. Show More Summary
Q: Batman RIP: What's going on in this book? I like Morrison, but I do not follow the plot. -- @daingercomics A: My friend, you have come to the right place. I generally think Grant Morrison gets a bad rap for writing superhero stories...Show More Summary
Directed by: Jay Oliva; Runtime: 80 minutes Grade: B- During conversations about the writers behind Batman's comic-book runs nowadays, two names that'll frequently pop up in a positive light are Grant Morrison, responsible for Batman:...Show More Summary
The Crime Syndicate cross paths with Grant Morrison's Justice League of DC ONE MILLION in new CONVERGENCE tie-in.
Grant Morrison continues his epic study of the DC Universe with a perfect score for the latest issue of "The Multiversity" and more of last week's best.
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Doug Mahnke talks about his and Grant Morrison's MULTIVERSITY: ULTRA COMICS #1.
Grant Morrison and Doug Mahnke's "The Multiversity: Ultra Comics" #1 "is the oddest portion of 'The Multiversity' to date, but it's also quite possibly the best."
From consolidation to oversaturation, a look at comic con trends! Former detective reclaims long-lost comics! Interviews with Grant Morrison and Ken Niimura!
You are the superhero in this preview of Grant Morrison's Multiversity: Ultra Comics #1
The DC co-publisher and still superstar artist talks with us about bring Grant Morrison latest creation to life.
Chris Burnham and Ramon Villalobos present their alternate take on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's definitive X-Men run.
Reviewed By Eric Switzer. “Nameless” #2 is 20 pages of high-concept round table discussion of celestial warfare bookended by cannibalistic body horror…on the moon. I wanted to lead with that because like all Grant Morrison books you are either in or you’re out, and I am so definitely in. WRITTEN BY: Grant Morrison ART BY: […]
Grant Morrison continues his run on Image Comics "Nameless" #2, and DC debuts its month-long homage to movie covers plus many more new comics.
Image Comics' "Secret Identities" had a classic debut, while superstars Grant Morrison and Jim Lee visited DC's "The Multiversity" and more.
Superstars Grant Morrison & Jim Lee team up for a tale of DC's "The Multiversity" like no other -- featuring Adolf Hitler and a bulletproof child!