Articles By Mark Millar
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Fri, September 13th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark runs the bases this week with thoughts on the nostalgia trend in comics, where the industry is in the 'twenty year rule,' defending DK2, Grayson and Fegrado kicking ass and much more.
Fri, September 6th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
It's been a year since the events of September 11th and Mark takes a look back on the year and how it's affected not only his writing, but comics publishing in general.
Fri, August 30th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark Millar shares a not-so-typical week in the life of a comic creator filled with meetings, hangovers, train trips, dirty Marvel T-Shirts and a look at what Mark's working on now that you'll be seeing in the future.
Fri, August 23rd, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
A very special guest columnist sits in for Mark Millar this week and makes the very bold statement, 'Why new Marvel sucks ass!"
Fri, August 16th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark's tracked down one of the most shocking instances of comic erotica online and let this be your warning: adult content inside!
Mon, August 12th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Updated A new look for Solar, Man of the Atom? Will there be a new west coast WizardWorld set to compete head-to-head with San Diego? Will Dark Horse reprint Windsor-Smith's 'Conan?' 'Heroclix' a threat to national security? Where were the big parties in San Diego? What does the future hold for 'Black Panther?' Much more!
Fri, August 9th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark takes a page from Rich Johnston's book, sharing some of those bits of gossip and rumour he's heard over the years.
Fri, August 2nd, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark Millar gives you the secret, in 11 easy steps, on how to make a fortune in comics. Or at least some good advice on what you can do to break into comics.
Fri, July 26th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books
Mark Millar asks the question, 'Is Superman screwed?' Can a new movie starring this icon attract big audiences? Why aren't the comics doing the business they should? Mark takes a look in issue one of his new weekly column.