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Chrononauts Ahead of Its Time- Heads to Second Printing

By Staff Reports

Bestselling writer Mark Millar (WANTED, Kingsman: Secret Service, Kick-Ass) and artist Sean Gordon Murphy (PUNK ROCK JESUS, The Wake) put a high-energy, thrilling new spin on the time-travel adventure story with CHRONONAUTS—a breakneck-paced new series about two adventurers making history with the world’s first steps back in time. 250 more words

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'Chrononauts' #1 Gets a Second Printing With An Awesome Variant Cover

CHRONONAUTS AHEAD OF ITS TIME
First issue of new Millar and Murphy time-travelling adventure series goes straight to second printing

Bestselling writer Mark Millar (WANTED, … 328 more words

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Episode 105 - Mark Millar Licks Goats

The ‘Spotters continue to discuss their hiatus including James’ new hobby of being lost in the world of tabletop gaming. And the habits of Mark Millar in his off time. 15 more words

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Millar’s MPH Gets Trade Paperback in April

Roscoe, Rosa, and their friends and family know what it’s like for the world to give up on you. They’re from Detroit, a city mired in debt, despair, and crime. 416 more words

Gabbing Geek Box Office Report- Home Is Where The Cash Is!

We’re getting closer to big movie season and after a slow February, March is starting shake off the frost and produce some nice hits. 214 more words

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Review – Jupiter’s Legacy Volume 1 by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely

Jupiter’s Legacy explores the daunting challenge faced by superheroes in their quest to use their abilities for the betterment of mankind. It’s one thing to combat intergalactic threats – a few optic blasts, a couple earth-shattering wallops with indestructible fists – but what about the other challenges facing humankind; the ones that can’t be solved with violence? 370 more words

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[Editorial] Is Universal purely jumping on the Millar bandwagon with Chrononauts?

About a week and a half ago, news broke that Universal Pictures obtained the cinematic rights to Mark Millar’s most recent comic book series, Chrononauts… 312 more words

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