Michael Moorcock's Multiverse (2020)

Michael Moorcock's Multiverse Michael Moorcock Walter Simonson Mark Reeve John Ridgway Michael Moorcock s Multiverse MICHAEL MOORCOCK S MULTIVERSE is a fantastical sword and sorcery tale that expands upon the universe of the Eternal Champion made famous through novels and short stories In a world of alternate univer
  • Title: Michael Moorcock's Multiverse
  • Author: Michael Moorcock Walter Simonson Mark Reeve John Ridgway
  • ISBN: 9781563895166
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
Michael Moorcock's Multiverse Michael Moorcock Walter Simonson Mark Reeve John Ridgway MICHAEL MOORCOCK S MULTIVERSE is a fantastical sword and sorcery tale that expands upon the universe of the Eternal Champion made famous through novels and short stories In a world of alternate universes and realities in which time and space often converge, the Eternal Champion is cursed to live multiple lives of eternal reincarnation Caught in the war between the forcesMICHAEL MOORCOCK S MULTIVERSE is a fantastical sword and sorcery tale that expands upon the universe of the Eternal Champion made famous through novels and short stories In a world of alternate universes and realities in which time and space often converge, the Eternal Champion is cursed to live multiple lives of eternal reincarnation Caught in the war between the forces of Law and Chaos, his allegiance often changes as he fights for the preservation of balance In three separate but intertwining tales of heroic fantasy, the Eternal Champion takes on the form of an enigmatic woman, a time traveling detective, and an albino sorcerer as he searches for the elusive Silverskin and the secret which could end his cosmic battle forever.
Michael Moorcock's Multiverse Michael Moorcock Walter Simonson Mark Reeve John Ridgway

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One thought on “Michael Moorcock's Multiverse

  1. Greg Kerestan

    The trouble with the Elric saga is the same as the trouble with mainstream comics if you read one series, you re gonna miss a lot of plots and allusions to events and characters that only make sense if you read all the sister publications As an Elric story, Multiverse shows promise, planting another incarnation of Elric in a variation on medieval Europe and the Middle East But as the scope expands, bringing in players from the rest of Moorcock s canon, the thread gets lost amidst an attempt to m [...]

  2. pax

    We have A rose The Rose Half plant, half woman A player A pilot between the planes of the multiverse Sorry Sam, did I scratch you she asks And you don t wanna know how scratched the poor guy looks A rose has thorns.Elric I mean ELRIC In a very sane phase for him With the sword and without Playing his own game A king as in chess not the strongest, but yet of infinite value And there is a beautiful variant of the final confrontation Not Elric against chaos Not Elric against order But Elric against [...]

  3. Phil

    Beautiful art, but this comic is for the hardest of hardcore Moorcock fans only I ve read about two dozen Moorcock books and have a decent grounding in his Eternal Champion mythos, and this series was still largely incomprehensible The idea of three parallel plot lines linking at the end of the story is an interesting one, but things never quite mesh, and the various threads don t seem to share equal relevance to the overall story In the end the reader is left with a host of mostly cipher like c [...]

  4. Shannon Appelcline

    A peculiar comic that s not exactly an adaptation of the Second Ether nor a preview of Elric The Moonbeam Roads Instead it s a weird testing ground for ideas that s in part fascinating and in part incoherent It s beautifully illustrated and it s great to see the origin of some of Moorcock s later ideas, but I think it s not as good as either the Second Ether series of the 90s or the Moonbeam Road stories of the 00s.

  5. Travis

    Starts out as just a cool fantasy anthology with three very different types of stories Then, slowly the stories start to overlap and eventually combine at the grand finale.You have to be a big Moorcock fan as a lot of characters from various stories show up with only the bare minimum of information about them given and a lot of story threads combine.Moorcock makes you work for it, but it is an amazing story with two very funny guest stars showing up at the finale.

  6. Axel M.

    Ich glaube, als Paperback kommt dieses Zusammenstellung dreier unterschiedlicher Erz hlstr nge zu linear her ber Als Miniserie, jeden Monat mit einer neuerlichen Wendung, war sie wahrscheinlich noch anregender Simonson und Moorcock passen hervorragend zusammen, kein Wunder, dass beide als reale Personen auftauchen dennoch Ihre andere Zusammenarbeit ist unschlagbar.

  7. Ray

    A twisting tale told from several different viewpoints in both time and space Very confusing, even for a fan of Michael Moorcock.

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