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Review: Superman: Red Son, by Mark Millar

Superman: Red Son by Mark Millar
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

OK, so I recalled reading this, but I think I got it confused with Last Son of Krypton…because there’s no WAY I wouldn’t have gushed about how awesome this book is. 321 more words

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Review: Hit-Girl, by Mark Millar & John Romita Jr.

Hit-Girl by Mark Millar
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a pretty solid addition to the Kick-Ass family. 3.5 stars…not quite 4.

Set between the end of the original and before #2 (though somehow published and written after #2); it follows Mindy (aka Hit-Girl, in her transference from Big Daddy to Estranged Mom and Cop Stepdad. 339 more words

Comic Review

MPH 4 (November 2014)

There’s quite a bit of talking in this comic. Not just the lead characters, who talk a whole bunch, but also the government guys out to catch the lead characters. 153 more words

Analysis: Writing Frank Castle, the Punisher

As a student I must make it clear that I am not a professional in any sense of the word. The opinions expressed in this essay are based on what I have learned in my studies and personal observations. 1,623 more words


NASA meets time travel in Mark Millar and Sean Murphy's 'Chrononauts'

What if we explored time the way we did space—with expeditions manned by our best and brightest as the whole world watches on live television? That’s the premise behind  469 more words


Preview: MPH #4

MPH #4

Story By: Mark Millar
Art By: Duncan Fegredo
Cover By: Andrew Robinson
Price: $2.99
Diamond ID: JUN140560
Published: November 12, 2014

After a taste of the high life, Rosa’s not sure she likes the changes powered by untold speed and wealth. 66 more words


MPH #4

Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Duncan Fegredo
Publisher: Image Comics

Previously: MPH #3

Okay, I’ve begun writing this post before I’ve read the issue. It’s early in the morning, I’m still waiting for Comixology to go live so I can buy the new comics. 868 more words

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