Last year, Batman artist Greg Capullo announced he’d be leaving the series to work on a new project with Kick-Ass co-creator Mark Millar. Yesterday, the star duo revealed the fruits of their labor. Reborn is a six-issue limited series that will begin this October. It follows 80-year old Bonnie Black, who ends up in a fantasy world after […]
Author Mark Millar (Kickass) has arguably worked with some of the greatest living artists currently working in the comics industry including Sean Gordon Murphy (Chrononauts), Frank Quitely (Jupiter’s Legacy), Goran Parlov (Starlight) and more. He’s even snatched DC’s Batman artist Greg Capullo (Spawn) for an upcoming project. Now the author is taking one of the most […]
by David Carter Greetings, sales charts fans! It’s time once again to look at Image Comics’s sales figures. Just a reminder that I’m not doing this as a permanent gig; just filling in until Heidi finds someone to take on the indy month-to-month chart. Please refer to July’s column for a preamble and explanation as […]
Mark Millar is at it again. Following a prolific period at Image with — Jupiter’s Children and sequel, Starlight, MPH and Chrononauts—he’ll have some new treats, having just sent out a teaser for a new book which will be announced, one presumes, at Image Expo next week. (Although he’s been blabbing about it on Twitter […]
Following Chrononauts, another Millar adaptation has been optioned
Writer: Mark Millar Penciller: Sean Gordon Murphy Colorist: Matt Hollingsworth Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos Writer Mark Millar is a polarizing creator, but with the recent critical success of Starlight, interested in his work has been reignited. Teaming the author with a killer creative team including both artist Sean Gordon Murphy and the excellent colors of Matt […]
Here’s your Friday round-up of all things Entertainment-related
How does the new Matthew Vaughn-directed Mark Millar adaptation fare?
Why are Vertigo comics so brown? The answer may surprise you.
The 10-month gap between issues might be deterrent for anyone who’s been following this series since issue one. However there’s enough in issue five to justify the wait. If we scored books this one would come in damn near perfect.