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The Haul – January 28th, 2015

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Winter storm Juno hit the New York area this week — or, rather, was SUPPOSED to hit this week, as it turned out to not be so terrible in my neck of the woods.  We got around a foot and half of snow and my car ended up with a mysteriously busted rear window.  Day off of work in exchange for dealing with glass replacement = unfair trade-off.


In other local news, my comic shop, Collectors Kingdom, has relocated to a temporary spot near their old, now-burnt out, home.  Their IndieGoGo campaign is still ongoing and if you can spare something — anything — they would love and could use the help.  It’s a fantastic shop run by a great guy and it’s a place that is known throughout most of the area as the place for comics, pop culture stuff, and general “geekery”.

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AND, daily brown bag art for The Boy is STILL ongoing…

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God, I’ve never looked forward to the end of a school year more…

 

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The Weekly Haul – August 20th, 2014

We’re moving on up here at The Weekly Haul!  If you’ve been here before, you’ve likely realized that the site has a new look to it, thanks to a move over to a larger server and a site creator with bigger functionality.  I’m excited about the future of TWH — Remy and I are still hard at work on our Top 162 X-Men Countdown and we’ve got some more Before the Film articles coming your way soon (since seemingly the only super successful movies being made are based on comics), plus Remy texts me every day with ideas for new features.   The guy’s brain is strange, but at least it’s comics-oriented, right?

So, WeeklyHaulics, let’s get back to the thing that started off this site, huh?  Before we get to the comics, how about a couple of other new things that I got since the last update?

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Four Doctors from Ian Glaubinger (hasunow.com),

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Magik from Kyle Starks (reward from his Kickstarter campaign to fund the HILARIOUSLY AWESOME Sexcastle),

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a quartet of X-Men prints from the super-nice and super-talented Christopher Lee of The Beast is Back,

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and the kids made this on the iPad.

There’s also some more stuff, including art and some action figures, plus some new things on the way/in production, so stay tuned!

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New DC Multiverse – The Multiversal Vibrational Realms

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Oh, boy, this thing is not the easiest to read.  BUT, of course we’re going to give it try, right?  If you’ve got ANY clue as to what the missing words are supposed to be, PLEASE leave a comment below — let’s work together and get this thing!

First off, let’s take care of the left column, titled…

THE MULTIVERSAL VIBRATIONAL REALMS

New DC Multiverse – The Multiversal Vibrational Realms

multiversity-map

Oh, boy, this thing is not the easiest to read.  BUT, of course we’re going to give it try, right?  If you’ve got ANY clue as to what the missing words are supposed to be, PLEASE leave a comment below — let’s work together and get this thing!

First off, let’s take care of the left column, titled…

THE MULTIVERSAL VIBRATIONAL REALMS

New DC Multiverse

Holy cow — this is now a thing.  Finally, nearly 30 years after the destruction of the DC Multiverse in Crisis on Infinite Earths, Grant Morrison’s long awaited Multiversity is coming to the comics page next month.  EW.com has released a preview of the new DC multiverse in advance of the formal San Diego Comic Con panel later today:

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Not that I’m the biggest Morrison lover on the planet, but when the guy goes for something, he REALLY GOES FOR SOMETHING.  I’m going to try to decipher some of this stuff (the image isn’t the clearest), but in short, there are 45 known alternate Earths with 7 question mark worlds (adding up that good-ol’ 52 number that DC loves so much).   Past the speed force wall, there are 8 worlds (including Apokolips, supporting that there really is only one Darkseid and the like), 4 of which lead past the Source Wall — Heaven, Hell, Underworld, and Skyland (which is a thing I have NO clue what it is).

I’m going to try to figure out what some of the text says and see if the images on the alternate Earths lend some clues to their identities.