Man-Size (man_size) wrote,

Multiversity Comics asks 5 end-of-2020 questions

At the end of 2020, Multiversity Comics asked creators five questions including:

What Would You Like to Read More of in 2021?

I’d like to see the print anthology return in a more robust way. A weekly tabloid of serialized comix akin to Britain’s “Eagle,” or Mark Chiarello's “Wednesday Comics” (published by DC Comics years ago). I’d like to see more alternative-driven “Bizarro Comics” and “Strange Tales.” And, an American version of “2000AD.”

You can read the rest of my answers in these query links:

What Were the Comics That Got You Through 2020?

Whose Work Did You Become Aware of For The First Time in 2020?

What was Your Personal Comics Highlight of 2020?

What 2020 Comic Would You Recommend to Our Readers?

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