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Out of the Vault – The Solution

Yeah, yeah, more Ultraverse. And I think this one might kill my enthusiasm for continuing the project for a while. The Solution by James Hudnall and the usual Ultraverse line-up of revolving artists was a book that just never seemed … Continue reading

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Out of the Vault – Solitaire

Having so much fun going through old Ultraverse titles that I’m going to keep pushing the streak. I first heard of Gerard Jones, co-writer of Prime and writer of this week’s title, when he was doing a series of very … Continue reading

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Out of the Vault – Prime, Part 2

After last week’s post, I went through and read the entire Prime series (through number 26, the last Malibu issue and the last issue I have). And I remembered the things that the Ultraverse didn’t do so well. The first … Continue reading

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Out of the Vault – Prime

As mentioned in last week’s Vault, in 1993, Malibu Comics started an ambitious project: a new line of comics featuring a new universe of interrelated characters. Other companies were also doing the same thing at around the same time, like … Continue reading

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Out of the Vault – Firearm

In 1993, Malibu Comics launched an ambitious new project called the Ultraverse. ┬áThis was basically an attempt to hit the ground running with the type of dense, detailed interwoven world that had taken years to evolve at Marvel and DC. … Continue reading

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