When you think about ancient Egyptian superheroes, there aren't a whole lot that come to mind. Apocalypse was around back then, right? And presumably there was some version of Moon Knight running around before the Fist of Khonshu was a dude who hung out with a French helicopter pilot, but really, that's all that comes to mind off the top of my head. But what if... what if... there were more?
That is the question that artist Josh Ln has answered in a series of prints called "Hero-Glyphics" that he "excavated and restored," presumably from a pyramid that was just full of pitfalls and tripwires connected to poison arrows. Check 'em bout below to see hieroglyphic-style reimaginings of some of our favorite characters! And also Kick Ass.
Mark Millar's earned a reputation as an aggressive self-promoter over the years, often using crass advertising to sell his projects -- a technique that's paid off in issues sold and titles adapted to feature films and other multimedia. In an interview posted at Comic Book Resources today, the creator has taken a new, but similarly brazen approach to peddlin
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
BitTorrent oracle TorrentFreak is reporting that Kick-Ass, the film based on the Marvel/Icon comic book by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr., was the second-most illegally downloaded film of 2010, "losing" out to Avatar. Perhaps surprisingly, the decently successful Kick-A
Hollywood: Lionsgate is making theirs Mega City by picking up the new 3D Judge Dredd movie, Dredd, starring Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby. That's right Liony of them, it is.
Gaming: If you were frustrated that the initial release of the mobile Kick-Ass videogame didn't live up to its name, a new update will supposedly change your mind on November 9 with improved graphics and gameplay.
Movies: Speaking ofLionsgate, their upcoming Conan film now
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
It may come as a surprise to you that "Kick-Ass," the film version of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s popular Icon comic book, was a pretty big hit. Indeed, the Matthew Vaughn film earned nearly 100 million doll
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
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
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