7 thoughts on “A Guidebook Review of The Multiversity: Guidebook #1”

  1. I was a little hesitant about picking up this issue, worried that it would be a lot of money for very little story. I just read it and am very glad that I did. As the review points out,,Morrison does a fantastic job of blending information with narrative, filling in background without ever losing the momentum of the storytelling. The mixing of styles feels organic, never forced. An exciting issue, where we start seeing more of the pieces of the Mutliversity puzzle piece together.

    And yes great review Reed. Being inspired to create a new religion definitely counts as a rave review — I suspect that Morrison would be appropriately flattered . . . .

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