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 […]
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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.
§ So Mark Millar saw something shiny in the sky: i know this sounds mental, but did anybody else see that huge glowing object over Glasgow last night around 1am? Only 1 mention online. — Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar) January 1, 2015 And because he’s Mark Millar it became news You gotta love that guy. § DC Batman Editor Mark […]
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You know how sometimes people “Float an idea”? Well I think this idea is floating in a little leaky toy boat that will soon sink to the bottom of nightmare pool. According to Latino Review the Sony movie folks are now so flummoxed about what to do with the Spider-Man franchise that they are thinking about making a solo Aunt May movie. Now your first thought on this would be, “Oh like The Whales of August or Philomena? Well Helen Mirren and Judi Dench are always looking for good roles.” But the idea is young Aunt May as…a spy?
We missed yesterday’s Marvel teaser campaign entry, and it was a good one. The Infinity Gauntlet, originally by Jim Starlin, and one of the cornerstones of modern comics continuity and readership.
And today’s call out is Old Man Logan, by Mark Millar (him again!!!) and Steve McNiven, who draws this image. This one was revealed in a Tweet.