Tag: MARK MILLAR

MPH #1

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Duncan Fegredo Publisher: Image Comics This issue opens in 1986, where we learn that “the world’s first and only superhuman”, known only as Mr. Springfield, went on a superspeed run through several states, causing massive destruction before he finally stopped, his powers having ran out. The only clue the authorities found…

JUPITER’S LEGACY #4

Written by Mark Millar Drawn by Frank Quitely Published by Image Comics Previously: Jupiter’s Legacy #3 This issue jumps ahead to 2022, where Hutch and Chloe have been living in secret ever since Walter and Brandon murdered Chloe’s parents. They live with their nine-year old son Jason, who has inherited superpowers like his mother and…

JUPITER’S LEGACY #3

Written by Mark Millar Drawn by Frank Quitely Published by Image Comics Previously: Jupiter’s Legacy #2 After agreeing to join together last issue, Walter and Brandon put their plan into motion. First we get a glimpse of Utopian in his secret identity of Sheldon Sampson, owner of an auto-repair shop. He invites Hutch over to…

JUPITER’S LEGACY #2

Written by Mark Millar Drawn by Frank Quitely Published by Image Comics Previously: Jupiter’s Legacy #1 We open with Brandon and some of his superfriends trying to “help” a cruise ship get across the ocean faster, even though it’s clear that the Captain doesn’t actually need or want their help. But since Brandon and his…

JUPITER’S LEGACY #1

Written by Mark Millar Drawn by Frank Quitely Published by Image Comics Okay, now that Millar has wisely changed his tune about digital distribution, he’s no longer waiting 3 months to release his creator-owned comics digitally after they’ve been published in print. So let me catch up on his latest alleged epic. With open with…

STARLIGHT #1

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Goran Parlov Publisher: Image Comics So here’s Mark Millar’s latest creator-owned comic. I haven’t tried anything of his since SUPERIOR, but I found this concept intriguing. This is the story of Duke McQueen, a former Air Force pilot. Decades ago, Duke was somehow sucked through a wormhole in space (we don’t…

MY 5 FAVORITE SUPERMAN COMICS

5/SUPERMAN VS. THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Written by Gerry Conway &; drawn by Ross Andru (with some help from Neal Adams and John Romita Sr.), released in 1976, this was the 1st official crossover comic between DC Comics and Marvel Comics. There have been many crossovers in the decades since then, some better written and drawn…

SUPERIOR #4 BY MARK MILLAR AND LEINIL YU

This issue opens with Tad Scott, the actor who has portrayed Superior in 5 movies meeting with some executives from the movie studio that produces those movies, They tell him that they’ve canceled production on the next Superior film because of this real-life Superior who has appeared. They don’t know if they still have the…