DeMultiverse Debut Issues Spotlight: The Comic Source

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DeMultiverse Debut Issues Spotlight

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To celebrate the launch of the DeMultiverse Phase 2, Jace and Rocky talk about the debut issues for each of the four series that were a part of the first DeMultiverse campaign; Layla in the Lands of After, Anyman, Godsend and Wisdom, plus the bonus book The Edward Gloom Mysteries. The guys talk about each story in depth including the overall themes, visuals and story and then it’s time to rank them. Will they agree on the list or will they be completely different? You’ll have to listen to find out. Also be sure to check out the campaign for the second issues of these stories, if you missed out in the first issues, you will certainly want to catch up and get the second installments!


LAYLA IN THE LANDS OF AFTER is the story of a 13-year-old girl who finds herself transported to a magical land where trees read your thoughts, rivers sing, and animals talk. But Layla soon discovers that this isn’t Oz or Wonderland. She’s dead—and this is the Afterlife. Refusing to accept her fate, and with the help of a few friends she meets along the way — both old and new — Layla is determined to return to the land of the living and the loved ones she left behind. But will the creatures lurking in the darkness let her?


In the late 1960s, ANYMAN, a hero from millions of years in the past arrives to rescue a modern world in crisis. Over five decades, Anyman becomes the inspiring symbol of all that’s good in humanity, the superhero the entire world reveres. There’s just one problem… Everything we know about him is a lie! Who is Anyman really? (Or, perhaps, the better question is: Who are THEY?) And who is the savage doppelgänger intent on destroying Anyman and his mysterious creators?


GODSEND begins with the sudden appearance of a celestial being who might be a force for global salvation or global destruction. Who is this being? Where did it come from? And why is insecure and unremarkable junior high school teacher Eric Small so obsessed with it? Even Eric’s not sure. Maybe the half-turtle, half-man currently standing in Eric’s living room will have answers. GODSEND is a reality-shredding story with echoes of Jack Kirby’s New Gods, Philip K. Dick, and The Matrix.


WISDOM is the tale of Gabriel Wisdom: A devoted husband and father. Middling Shakespearean actor and magician. And, in time, a murderous gunfighter and formidable sorcerer, tasked with saving the planet from a supernatural war that could consume all of humanity. But Gabriel cares less about the world and more about the wife and daughter who have been kidnapped, and corrupted, by dark forces. It’s Deadwood meets The Lord of the Rings in an epic fantasy played out against the backdrop of the Old West.

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