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While best known to American comics fans for his work as a designer of such logos as The Invisibles, Batman and Robin and Flex Mentallo, Rian Hughes is admired among British readers for the comic book artwork he created earlier in his career. Among the most popular of that ma
Fresh Ink! Online: Host Blair Butler returns for this week's episode as she and guest, writer Jay Faerber (Dynamo 5, Near Death), share their picks from last weeks comics including Batman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Wolverine, Cold War, Birds of Prey, Fear Itself, and Key of Z.
Movies: Mark Millar and Tony Harris' still unfinished War Heroes comic is being looked at by Universal.
The Secret Service, the long-teased collaboration between Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Nemesis) and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen, The Originals) will come to fruition in February 2012 at Icon, as revealed today at CBR and in the pages of Millar and Leinil Yu's Superior #6. The announcement comes in the form of
Movies: Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn has purchased the rights for Mark Millar's Superior. Millar is allowing National MS Society to use the character to promote MS awareness and research funding.
Health: A Star Trek fan says hi
Welcome to Digital ComicsAlliance, your headquarters for digital comics news and recommendations. This week, we're taking a look at Jim Rugg's absurd Rambo 3.5, Mark Sable and Paul Azaceta's surprising Graveyard of Empires, and Mark Millar and John Romita Jr's run on Wolverine, which is about as great of a Wolverine story as you'll ever read.
1. Name: Rambo 3.5
This week, Marvel Comics brings back the Ultimates - no "new", no numbers like Ultimates 2 or Ultimates 3, just a regular ol' ongoing series - with Ultimates #1 by Jonathan Hickman, Esad Ribic and Dean White. Building off of plot points in Ultimate Fallout and Mark Millar's last arc in Ultimate Avengers vs. New Ultimates, this
Just a little under a year ago we wrote about the lazy narrative of the box office flop, a phenomenon by which entertainment journalists and other pundits race to judge a film as either a financial success or failure as quickly as possible and justify their existences as pop culture prognosticators. Movies based on comics are the subject of their own subplot in this grim story, and the same analysts wond
Comic book writer Mark Millar completed this week what he claims was his final script for Marvel Comics, presumably an issue of Ultimate Comics Avengers Vs. New Ultimates. Millar has enjoyed uncommon commercial su