“Nothing ends, Adrian. Nothing ever ends.”

“Nothing ends, Adrian. Nothing ever ends.”


Jack Kirby’s NEW GODS (11 issues – 1970 to 1972), Aztek The Ultimate Man (10 issues – 1996-1997), Marvel’s The Thing (8 Issues – 2005-2006), these are just a few of the great comic book series that ended before they should have, and now we can add The Comics Multiverse Times Union Blog to that list.

This decision was not mine, but that of the Times Union to discontinue all Community Blogs on their site. As of 5 PM today, February 5, 2021, I will no longer be able to add new posts to the site, but all previous posts should remain visible and accessible (because who doesn’t need to know what happened in Season 6, Episode 5 of CW’s The Flash or want to read rambling about my thoughts on the Watchmen/DCU Connections).  

I would like to apologize for the fact that I have neglected and not posted as much of the past year, but hey Stupid Covid, right? 

I would like to take the opportunity to thank a few people that made this journey possible:

If I have forgot anyone than as my good freind and awesome indie creator Shawn Pryor likes to say: Blame my head, not my heart.

To the many creators I interview over the past 7 years thank you for taking the time to talk and I apologize for the awkwardness.  One of my goals when I began blogging in October of 2013 was to spotlight local comic creators and I hope that I did them justice. I look forward to continuing to talk with you in the future about your projects.

This is not to say that I am done blogging about comics, however I am still exploring my options for hosting the site. In the meantime you can still catch new and old interviews on the YouTube Channel I created for the blog, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, or follow all my other comic related writings at the links below:

My contributions to other comic book related sites:

This is not the end… merely a new beginning… and as soon as I figure things out I will be posting about it on the social media accounts above.

Thank you for sticking around to see what I had to say about a hobby near and dear to my heart.

Chad A. Burdette


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