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    C Entertainment is about to become a little more crowded, with Grant Morrison launching a new line of graphic novels based on the alternate worlds he created for his critically acclaimed The Multiversity series, it was revealed during his San Diego Comic-Con panel Saturday.

    The new series, which will be published under the umbrella title Multiversity Too, will draw from the Multiversity Guidebook Morrison wrote for the earlier series, which featured introductions to 52 different Earths, each filled with superheroes inspired by core DC characters like Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. The series will launch with The Multiversity: The Flash in 2016, although the identity of that speedster — whether it's the regular DC version Barry Allen, Earth 2's Jay Garrick or Earth 16's Wally West, to name but three — remains a mystery, as does the artist for the project.

    Multiversity Too wasn't the only new line of graphic novels Morrison announced with DC during the panel; he's also be returning to the company's Dark Knight for a new series titled Batman: Black and White, which will pair the writer with a rotating cast of artists for an anthology in which he'll explore different facets of the Caped Crusader.

     

     

     

    Grant Morrison To Fly Through Endless Universes for ‘Multiversity Too’ and ‘Batman: Black and White’ in 2016

     

    by Steve Morris July 11, 2015 5:15 PM

     

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    At San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, DC announced that writer Grant Morrison has two new projects launching with the publisher in 2016. The first is a sequel to this year’s acclaimed Multiversity. Called, of course, Multiversity Too, the new book will take the form of a series of graphic novels throughout next year. For the second project, Morrison will take the lead on a series of Batman: Black and White graphic novels working with various artists.

     

    Read More: Grant Morrison Announces New DC Projects for 2016 | http://comicsalliance.com/grant-morrison-multiversity-too-batman-black-and-white/?trackback=tsmclip

     

     

     

    Grant Morrison To Fly Through Endless Universes for ‘Multiversity Too’ and ‘Batman: Black and White’ in 2016

     

    by Steve Morris July 11, 2015 5:15 PM

     

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    At San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, DC announced that writer Grant Morrison has two new projects launching with the publisher in 2016. The first is a sequel to this year’s acclaimed Multiversity. Called, of course, Multiversity Too, the new book will take the form of a series of graphic novels throughout next year. For the second project, Morrison will take the lead on a series of Batman: Black and White graphic novels working with various artists.

     

    Read More: Grant Morrison Announces New DC Projects for 2016 | http://comicsalliance.com/grant-morrison-multiversity-too-batman-black-and-white/?trackback=tsmclip


  2. Thanks guys, hopefully I can get a nonstop flight from boston for a good price if I book soon

    EDIT: looks like I should just buy a round trip flight and not use the return flight. weird.

    Edit: and they fixed it so I'm in the fiction track like I applied for

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  3. Dear Max ******,

     

    This is an unofficial note to let you know that the Creative Nonfiction faculty have read your work and recommend accepting you into the creative nonfiction track of the ****** Graduate Program in Creative Writing at ** University in Israel. Congratulations! We are glad to have you. It looks like your secondary genre is meant to be fiction, and you have been approved here, as well. You will receive an official acceptance through the mail with information about registration for classes.

     

    Please note that at this time, we can only offer one creative nonfiction workshop a year, which means that you will need to take a workshop in a secondary genre, either poetry or fiction.

     

    During the course of your two-year degree, you will need 3workshops and 3 literature courses, the Jewish Arts Seminar, and two Jewish Studies courses (or general studies courses).

     

     

    Classes begin October 18. We will plan an orientation for all students the week before. Here is a link to the academic calendar.

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