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With this month's latest issue, Mark Millar's newsstand comics magazine "CLiNT" will wraps its run as both Millar and Titan Comics prep plans to focus on monthly comics and digital offerings moving forward.
Two of the UK's biggest comedians, Frankie Boyle and Jimmy Carr, enjoyed a chat at Kapow Comic Convention about "Rex Royd," insane British children's comics and a strong dislike of Tony Stark.
Dave Gibbons opens up on his new project with Mark Millar, explaining why "The Secret Service" is an espionage tale better for being British, what exactly Mark Hamill is doing in it and how a movie doesn't impact him at all.
Wrapping our look at Mark Millar's relaunching comics mag, the editor and Titan share a massive look inside "CLiNT" from new stories of "Rex Royd" and "Death Sentence" to interviews with Robert Kirkman, Dave Gibbons and more!
The story of one billionaire scientist fighting against an iconic superhero gets twisted beyond belief as comedian Frankie Boyle spins Biblical murder, cosmic antibodies and holographic basketball into the "CLiNT" strip "Rex Royd."
Newcomer talents Monty Nero and Mike Dowling explain the ins and outs of their incoming "CLiNT comic "Death Sentence" from the idea of an STD that give you superpowers to being discovered by Mark Millar at Kapow! Con.
The creator behind "Kick-Ass," "Superior" and more, Mark Millar kicks up the comics content of his monthly magazine "CLiNT" with a relaunch set to draw new readers into comic shops with new serials, characters and violnce.
In advance of its May relaunch, Mark Millar's comics magazine "CLiNT" goes political with a new promotional video just ahead of a week of CBR interviews covering everything from "Supercrooks" to "Rex Royd."
With five new series, his first film production, a new phase for "CLiNT" magazine in the wings and more, Mark Millar and his all-star collaborators are looking to carve their creator-owned corner of the industry in 2012.
Mark Millar and Leinil Francis Yu kick off a week of exclusive MillarWorld previews and news, revealing the opening of their heist comic "Supercrooks" as well as details of the series' cast and movie.
Mark Millar's plan for industry domination hits on two fronts in 2012 as the writer teases a full slate of new Millarworld art and exclusively debuts the live-action trailer for the "CLiNT" "Supercrooks" story.
For his "CLiNT" magazine now enjoying simultaneous U.K./U.S. release, Mark Millar has signed "Death Sentence," the story of S.T.D. empowered super-celebrities with a ticking time clock, as a new comic feature, and CBR has the first look.
From the original, slightly embarrassing letter a young Mark Millar sent to Dave Gibbons after "Watchmen" to Gibbons' new sketchbook work, the creators give CBR the exclusive early details of their new series "The Secret Service."
From the end of "Superior" to a simultaneous comic /movie plan for "Supercrooks" and from Dave Gibbons to Frank Quitely as collaborators, Mark Millar is going full steam ahead with creator-owned comics. Plus, exclusive art!
Frank Miller provides more details on "Holy Terror"! U.K. newspaper targets "CLiNT" magazine comic! Friends of Lulu is "pretty much dead"! Warren Ellis on Marvel's digital strategy! Plus more!
Courtesy of Titan Magazines' "CLiNT," CBR News has an exclusive first look at Mark Millar, Nacho Vigalondo and Leinil Francis Yu's upcoming super villain-centric story, "Supercrooks."
UK talk show star and writer behind Image's "Turf" Jonathan Ross will be on hand at Mark Millar's Kapow! Comic Con to host a creator vs. fan quiz which will be simulcast on the web for all to see.
Chad Nevetts looked at Mark Millar's "CLiNT" #1 and gave the new anthology magazine 3 stars, saying "Not everything lands and not everything is new, but the magazine is still a slick periodical with a lot to offer."
For the launch of his UK comic mag "CLiNT," best-selling writer Mark Millar is putting the call out for aspiring creators to pitch short sci-fi tales and iconic characters to run alongside "Kick-Ass 2," "Nemesis" and more.