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‘Michael Moorcock’s Multiverse’
Michael Moorcock’s Multiverse
New York: DC Comics outsized paperback, 1999 (November); by Michael Moorcock, Walter Simonson, Mark Reeve & John Ridgway; original price: $19·95; 287 pages; I.S.B.N.: 1-56389-516-1; cover artist: Simonson (also interior [along with Reeve & Ridgway]); colourist: Tatjana Wood; letterer: John Workman; introduction by Captain Oswald Bastable (a.k.a. Moorcock); no other edition.
Michael Moorcock’s Multiverse is an original graphic novel, although it might also be viewed as three novels combined, ultimately weaving its separate narrative strands (each illustrated by a different artist) into one cohesive whole. It was first serialised in twelve parts (1997/’98) — see below — before being published as a single-volume omnibus. The script of one of the three strands (Duke Elric, textual form) was later collected in the Duke Elric omnibus (2009).
Serialisation preview, August 1997, 8 pages, comprising 5 of black-&-white extracts.
Serialisation by Michael Moorcock (scripts), Walter Simonson (‘Moonbeams And Roses’), Mark Reeve (‘The Metatemporal Detective’) & John Ridgway (‘Duke Elric’); $2·50; 36 pages (including letters pages, unconnected advertisements, etc.); covers by Simonson.
OMNIBUS, with contents resequenced (i.e. not in strict comic-book order).