Wednesday, 27 September 2017


Writer - Clayton Emery
Cover art - ...ehm... the colofon doesn't actually say who did the covers! How sloppy! But as mercury01 pointed out in the comics, the signature of Brom can be found on the back.
First released in August 2002

The Circle of Seven and Hazezon infiltrate Tirras in an attempt to kill Johan but they get captured. They are put to work building skyships, which Johan intends to use to conquer Efrava. They steal one to escape but crash on a Magnetic Mountain, forcing them to make a long trek to the sea in an attempt to escape.

Sunday, 10 September 2017


Hi there everyone

If you look at the right side of this page, you'll see I've not been very good at regularly updating this blog, and that there was a steep drop in content from oktober 2015 onward. Which just happens to be when I started a normal day job again. Prior to that I was doing part-time night shifts, which was pretty ideal for a blogger.

This lack of regular updates has been a thorn in my side for a while now. It just feels like I'm constantly late for deadlines, and the last thing I want is for this blog to start feeling like a chore. Having finally wrapped up the Weatherlight Saga, this felt like the right moment to take stock and figure things out. Thus Multiverse in Review is going on hiatus for a little while, to give me time to work ahead and figure out a good regular schedule for myself.

Don't worry, this project is far from over and I intend to see it through to the end. In fact, I'm quite looking forward to the reviews coming up, especially the nonsense in Onslaught block! I've already finished reading Dragons of Magic and am currently working my way through Johan. I think that when I'm done with the Legends I cycle I should have a pretty solid idea of the new schedule.

If you want to keep in touch in the meantime, I will be commenting on the replies on the blog itself, and you can also follow me on Twitter and Tumblr.

I hope you're all not too mad at me for the lack of reviews in the upcoming weeks, and that I'll see you all again when I return with my regularly scheduled programming!