Tag Archives: Kick-Ass

Mark Millar and John Romita Jr put me on the back cover of Kick-Ass #3!

I’ve been up to my eyes in it the past couple of weeks and never got the chance to scan in the supercool news that I made it on to the back cover of Kick-Ass #3. I wrote up a … Continue reading

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Review of Kick-Ass #3 by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr

Stone me. If you’re one of those geeks who flick to the final page of a comic first then Kick-Ass #3 will make your head explode. All over your comic shop. A nice bloke called Michael Horwitz, who’s an editorial … Continue reading

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Mark Millar interview in The Herald

Teddy Jamieson of The Herald has a cracking interview with a rather dapper Mark Millar in today’s paper that perhaps inadvertently reveals a couple of tidbits about the upcoming big-screen adaptaion of the writer’s Kick-Ass comic. It’s been an open … Continue reading

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Kick-Ass Wednesday! Issue 2 review!

Visually stunning and unstintingly brutal, the second issue of Kick-Ass is a blood-soaked, ingeniously choreographed homage to old-school Marvel that packs a solid emotional whammy amid the ultra-violence. Just when you thought every possible superhero story had been uncovered and … Continue reading

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Kick-Ass: A Coatbridge special about the new comic from Mark Millar and John Romita Jr

Mark Millar comes from Coatbridge. Some of the people that helped out with the viral campaign for his new comic, Kick-Ass, come from Coatbridge. I live in Coatbridge. The writer’s MillarWorld website had a special Kick-Ass Wednesday celebration yesterday when … Continue reading

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Viral video, a comic book first from Mark Millar?

On the same day that I stumbled across a 14-year-old article about comic book writer Mark Millar in the archives of the paper I work for, the man in question reveals he has created a viral marketing campaign to generate … Continue reading

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