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Sang Kyu Ki Replacing Steven DeKnight as Showrunner on Mark Millar and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" For Netflix?

"Jupiter's Legacy": Mark Millar Updates Netflix Series: "It's Just Finished Filming"

Six months after production on the first season began and four months after showrunner Steven S. DeKnight (Marvel's Daredevil) left the series ("creative differences") and Sang Kyu Kim (The Walking Dead) joined, fans of the streaming service's upcoming series adaptation of writer Mark Millar and artist Frank Quitely's comic book series Jupiter's Legacy are in […]

Mark Millar, Frank Quitely, Netflix and Image Comics Have a Surprise Comic For Christmas

Mark Millar, Netflix and Image Comics Will a Have a Surprise Comic Out For Christmas

Well, that's an interesting one. Mark Millar and his employer Netflix are publishing a comic book through Image Comics just in time for Christmas, without telling anyone what it is. In a fashion slightly reminiscent of Robert Kirkman with DIEDIEDIE and Boom Studios with Angel, at least retailers know this one is coming. They just […]

Take the Shirt Off Frank Quitely's Back

Take the Shirt Off Frank Quitely's Back

Glasgow clothing label 1 of 100, has teamed up with Vincent Deighan – better known as Frank Quitely – for a limited edition t-shirt, featuring s design of a bag of snakes. The label specialises in creating clothing items limited to 100 pressings, just as one might a limited edition print or comic book. Previously […]

'Jupiter's Legacy': Josh Duhamel, Leslie Bibb, 5 More Join Netflix Series

Steven S. DeKnight (Marvel's Daredevil) and Netflix have found the heroes they want and need for their epic superhero generational conflict (literally) series Jupiter's Legacy. Based on the graphic novels of the same name by Mark Millar and artist Frank Quitely and published by Image Comics, the adaptation stars Josh Duhamel (Transformers), Ben Daniels (The Crown), Leslie […]

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Temple Of Art: The SDCC Panel You Didn't Know You Didn't Want To Miss

I'd been looking forward to the Temple of Art panel for a while, but I'm guessing that since it was at 8 p.m. on Saturday night at SDCC, most people did not have it on their radar. With a panel that included filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes, as well documentary subjects Bill Sienkiewicz, David […]

DC Comics To Publish Original Uncensored Authority By Mark Millar And Frank Quitely

In the year 2000, DC Comics started censoring The Authority by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, the flagship comic book from Wildstorm, the Jim Lee-started publisher that DC Comics had purchased. We recently looked at the Wildstorm Oral History account of what went down in those days. David Baron: They didn't quite like it. This was no […]

Playing With Toys – A Look At Jupiter's Legacy Vol 2 #1

Peculiarly, previews of Jupiter's Legacy Vol 2 #1 by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely  feature the final pages of this issue and, presumably, subsequent pages of issue 2. But it's one of the real opening pages of the new issue published today from Image Comics, that sets up much of what is happening, both in […]

Countdown To The Eisners 2015 – Best Single Issue Or One-Shot

Have you noticed how expensive comic books are nowadays? And when the events are happening the prices shoot-up even more. Nothing I just typed is news to the majority of readers, but it does remind us that when we plop down $4-5 on a single issue of something, it better be worth every cent. In […]

Will Jupiter's Legacy Prequel/Sequel Be Called Jupiter's Requiem Or Jupiter's Circle?

Yesterday, Mark Millar and Frank Quitely published the final issue of Jupiter's Legacy Book One. But will the second book have a different title? It already went through one, Jupiter's Children. But Millar and Quitely also applied for trademarks for Jupiter's Gift and Jupiter's Requiem. It looks like the prequel with Wilfredo Torres… …may have […]

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics Of 2014

By Rich Johnston, Hannah Means-Shannon, and Christine Marie Why 11? Building on our inaugural Bleeding Cool "best of" lists last year, we encourage you, dear readers, to dial it up to 11. It's no exaggeration to say that this has been an extreme year for the number of new and innovative comic series reaching readers […]

Deconstructing Morrison Part 3: All-Star Superman

By Adam X. Smith After Joe Colewood and I did a piece discussing the merits of Grant Morrison's Multiversity #1, it dawned on me that I was nowhere near as qualified to critique Grant Morrison's work as I had initially thought. As a result, I've decided it's high time I give some works of his […]

Greg Pak Just Killed Off Regan From All-Star Superman

Do you remember Regan from All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely? Her name was scattered through the book… Lots of people have written about this scene. Lots of people. In this week's Batman/Superman, three people are assassinated. One of whom, next issue we will discover is Glory Miau, a pop star originally known […]

In One Week, In Two Weeks – Django/Zorro, Unchained

On Wednesday, we get the launch of Django/Zorro, Grindhouse, Itty Bitty Mask, Resurrectionists, Kitchen, Bigger Bang, Drifter, All New Captain America, Captain America & The Mighty Avengers, Spider-Verse, Hawd Tales, Deep State,  and Victorian Secret Steam Queens. The week after? Batman '66: The Lost Epiosde, Frank Quitely on Pax Americana, Intersect, Sinergy and Spider-Woman.  DARK HORSE COMICS CLASSIC […]