Of late, Mark Millar seems quite interested in making movies. And I, for one, encourage him in this goal. But as his writing has skewed even more towards over-the-top action scenes and a number of his original titles have been turned into successful films, I can't help but get the sense that Millar has started to move past comics. And
I've got to admit, I was a little surprised when a review copy of "CLiNT," Mark Millar's new comics magazine, showed up in my mailbox. After all, I while I'm enjoying "Nemesis," I didn't exactly make a secret of the fact that I don't care for "Kick Ass," and the last time I got something to review from Titan Comi
Back when Marvel announced that the X-Men were going to be fighting vampires, it made a number of people upset. For the most part these were X-Men fans annoyed that their favorite heroes were getting dragged into a battle with flavor-of-the-moment monsters while the rest of the Marvel Universe was off having fun in the new Heroic Age. But one vo
Most folks would consider four issues of a comic a solid storyline. For Mark Millar, it's just another movie deal.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who's been paying attention to Millar's career to date (and let's be honest, it's hard not to pay attention to Millar these days), Bleeding Cool has announced that "Nemesis" -- his ultra-violen
If you're a disgruntled creator, the internet in 2010 has several outlets for you to vent your displeasure. Facebook has a personal and private feel, despite being open to several hundred thousand of your closest friends. That
Yesterday, Mark Millar (co-creator of "Kick-Ass" and "Wanted") announced not only that a comic book sequel to "Kick-Ass" is coming this September, but that the second movie -- "Kick-Ass 2: Balls to the Wall" -- is scheduled to begin production in 2011 and will be released in theaters in 2012. While there were few other details, Millar promised "fans of the movie can find out what happens
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Drama: After taking his irritation with the new Marvel X-Men/vampire storyline to the mattresses (and the internet forums) yesterday, Mark Millar has now taken down the post, apparently after a conversation with Marvel Publisher Dan Buckley.
am now in boozer but just off the phone with dan b
The big-screen adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s "Kick-Ass" hits movie theaters this weekend
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