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Digital ComicsAlliance: ‘Rambo’ for $0.99, ‘Wolverine’, and ‘Graveyard of Empires’


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...

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‘Ultimates’ #1 Puts The Series Back On Track [Spoiler-Free Review]


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...

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Mark Millar: ‘Green Lantern’ a ‘Blip’, Superhero Business Better Than Ever


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...

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An Era Ends as Mark Millar Leaves Marvel for Creator-Owned Work


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 success with many of his creator-owned properties, most notably Wanted and Kick-Ass, and he intends to pursue more work along those lines...

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Mark Millar’s Four New Series, Spencer & Rios on ‘Cloak & Dagger’ [Kapow!]


Mark Millar's inaugural Kapow! Comic Con was by most accounts a good time for professionals and attendees, and naturally came with some juicy announcements of new projects. Among them, Nick Spencer and Emma Rios on a new Cloak & Dagger series for Marvel, and no less than four new creator-owned series from Millar, including a Hit-Girl spinoff and a new superhero book with Frank Quitely.


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Mark Millar Valentines Make Every Other Valentine Look Like $#!+


Last year, the staff of ComicsAlliance regaled you with our Cerebus Valentines, a series of tender love notes based on the work of Dave Sim. As the most romantic of holidays inspired by the brutal murder of a priest drew near once again, we naturally turned next to the oeuvre of the superhero comics writer who has looked deepest into the fragile, complicated chambers of the human heart and explored the profoundly transformative experience of romantic love like no other creator before...

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‘The Death of Spider-Man’ Arriving Digitally and in Print Simultaneously


In what may be the publisher's most aggressive move in the courtship of digital comics, Marvel announced this week plans to release all chapters of its much hyped "The Death of Spider-Man" storyline as digital downloads the same days the print versions go on sale in retail shops...

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Mark Millar Launches Kapow! Comic-Con in London


Just as the first issue of his new comics anthology CLINT sells out, writer Mark Millar (Ultimates, Kick-Ass) has announced an expansion of his comics entrepreneurship in the form of Kapow!, a new convention that he promises will bring the San Diego Comic-Con experience to London...

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‘Kick-Ass 2′ #1: A Straight to Paper Movie [Review]


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...

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‘CLiNT’ Is Definitely a Magazine By Mark Millar [Review]


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 Comics, it didn't end well for any of us...

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