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Entertainment Weekly posted this Map of the Multiverse for Grant Morrison’s new maxi-series, Multiversity. Not sure who the designer was (maybe it was done in-house?), but it’s pretty cool. David Uzumeri is, as usual, providing great commentary on it so far over on Twitter.

Rian Hughes. Credited bottom right corner.

Meanwhile, if you need a break from the map, check out what Google says are "visually similar" images.

graemem:

guttersnipercomics:

Entertainment Weekly posted this Map of the Multiverse for Grant Morrison’s new maxi-series, Multiversity. Not sure who the designer was (maybe it was done in-house?), but it’s pretty cool. David Uzumeri is, as usual, providing great commentary on it so far over on Twitter.

Rian Hughes. Credited bottom right corner.

Meanwhile, if you need a break from the map, check out what Google says are "visually similar" images.

Actual headline and opening paragraph of Deadline’s coverage of today’s Thor announcement. Fleming ends his hissy fit saying the change “is certainly a hammer blow to this comic book traditionalist”, which is a weird thing for someone to call themselves when they don’t know that Mjölnir is the name of the hammer. I suppose he just needed a way to say “gender traditionalist” without sounding entirely too much the sexist jackass.

Actual headline and opening paragraph of Deadline’s coverage of today’s Thor announcement. Fleming ends his hissy fit saying the change “is certainly a hammer blow to this comic book traditionalist”, which is a weird thing for someone to call themselves when they don’t know that Mjölnir is the name of the hammer. I suppose he just needed a way to say “gender traditionalist” without sounding entirely too much the sexist jackass.

The writer can’t be a tyrant, ordering characters around on a set. The writer has to be an invisible creep, hiding in a private room where he is not welcome, listening to conversations he shouldn’t hear and watching people do things they would be appalled to know he saw. Then the creepy writer must betray those people and write down their private lives and print it for the world to see.