As I mentioned last time, I love the concept of an unlimited Multiverse. The exploration of alternate histories makes for a plethora of interesting stories. This installment of Exploring the Multiverse looks at one of my favorite stories from DC's Elseworlds series, Superboy's Legion.
A new wave of DC Multiverse figures started hitting stores last month including one of my favorite characters, Batman Beyond! I got a hold of one of these figures so read on to see what I thought of him.
People love lists and so we're going to try a swing at doing one, sparked by this week's issue of Multiversity, which I was going to review but thought this was a more proper way to address it. For the Top 10 Alternate Earths, the only definition is that they have to be designated as an "official" Alternate Earth, either by their appearance or reference in a comic book story. That's it. Because they've done much more exploration of their respective multiverses, all of the list is from DC and Marvel, but nearly making the list was This Savage World from Savage Dragon, the world of Tomas Stone from Tom Strong, as well as DC's Earth-Prime, The DC Television Universe, aka the Arrowverse, and the pre-Crisis Earth-2. What made the list? Read on.
Spoiler Alert! There is absolutely no way to review this comic without spoiling certain aspects of its story. I'm also going to take the opportunity in this review to explore the facts about the DC Multiverse that this comic reveals. I won't talk too much about the actual story involving two Batmen fighting for their lives, but more about the worlds revealed.
Amazon has posted listings, and marked as IN STOCK from a 3rd party seller, some of the DC Multiverse Batman: Arkham City Figures. These include the following figures: Batman Robin Scarecrow Red Hood Two-Face These figures aren’t scheduled until later this year for release so expect to pay a tad more than normal. Batman comes in at