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Review: Huck, Book 1: All American by Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque

There is a unique sweetness and optimism to Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s Huck so rarely seen in superhero comics these days. It makes for a refreshing change of tone from what we’ve become accustomed to, and besides Albuquerque stunning artwork, is what makes this otherwise fairly old-style superhero caper truly shine. 461 more words

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Civil War #1 - Comic Review

Writer: Mark Millar
Penciller: Steve McNiven
Inker: Dexter Vines
Colorist: Moory Hollowell
Published by Marvel Comics on July 2006 481 more words

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Empress #5 Review (Icon/Marvel Comics)

Publisher: Icon/Marvel Comics
Author: Mark Millar
Artist: Stuart Immonen
Release Date: 10th August 2016

So Empress #5 hits comic stores far and wide this week, and it continues the ever exciting and bar-raising story of our heroes who just can’t seem to catch a break. 466 more words

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Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #2 Review

Last issue didn’t necessarily convince me that this was the Jupiter’s Legacy story I needed to read; however, after reading this issue, I believe in Mark Millar. 208 more words

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Mark Millar Announces Date For 2016 Talent​ Search Guidelines

Mark Millar is the writer and co-creator of such excellent comic books like Jupiter’s Legacy (with Frank Quitely), Kick-Ass (with John Romita Jr),  Chrononauts (with Sean Gordon Murphy) and… 177 more words

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Jupiter's Legacy Volume 2 #2 Review (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Author: Mark Millar
Artist: Frank Quietly
Release Date: 26th July 2016

If you, like me, were itching for more of Mark Millar’s and Frank Quietly’s epic superhero story after the cliffhanger at the end of issue 1 in this second volume, then you will be happy with this issue. 388 more words

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A Decay in Green

It’s been too long, hasn’t it? After spending much time reading and analyzing, I’ve found my next project here. Two words: Swamp. Thing. I’ll be taking a look into the deep roots of Swamp Thing. 49 more words

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