Mark Millar's latest collaboration with Netlflix is King of Spies, for which Millar will team with an artist to publish an original graphic novel at Image.
And Bleeding Cool now has a longer preview for the first issue of the new series of Jupiter's Legacy: Requiem, the twelve-issue series intended to end the comic book series, by Mark Millar and Tommy Lee Edwards, published by Netflix, Millarworld and Image Comics A new preview just issued, along with the one from Image[...]
Fans will be able to catch the first glimpse of this highly anticipated series at the Annecy Festival this June." Here's a look at Millar's post from earlier today finalizing the news about the chapter in the "Jupiter's Legacy" universe: Some big news from us on what's coming up next in live-action from Millarworld, peeps! pic.twitter.com/usEuwVNHei —[...]
20th Century Studios' film adaptation of Mark Millar's Starlight has found its director in Attack The Block helmer Joe Cornish.
This year that means announcing artists who will be working on new, unknown Millarworld books, owned by Netflix, published by Image Comics, in 2021 and 2022. As well as Mark Millar's own notebooks for The Magic Order vol 3 and 4, based on the TV series he created for Netflix and drawn by Olivier Coipel, Millar[...]
This weekend's Scottish Mail On Sunday splashed with a feature on a new comic book creator with quite the legacy. Emily Brooks Millar, whose father is
Clearly, both he and his wife/Netflix Millarworld CEO are impressed with what they're seeing from the cast (though we could think of 2-3 superhero-based streaming series that could challenge the claim of having a cast with the most "strong actors"): New Jupiter's Legacy edit every week while the FX are being finished & we just watched[...]
Mark Millar has seen a number of people talking about upcoming Netflix/Millarworld TV series/films as being adaptations of his comic books published through Image Comics But on Twitter, he wanted to set the record straight and, basically explain it all Anyway, he laid it all out on Twitter. Netflix logo over Millarworld characters. No shows/ movies created[...]
It seems that Netflix is leaning in hard on film adaptations of comic books that most people haven't heard of. The Old Guard did exceptionally well for them, so it's not surprising that they are finally taking advantage of that Millarworld purchase that they made in 2017 Reborn isn't the only adaptation that they are working[...]
Ellis continues, I'm helping out another publishing partner with a new initiative – we're calling that PROJECT GENEVA, and the contracts have been exchanged — but my hoped-for happy few years alternating tv work with releasing streams of new original comics material into the world is not to be. Something like a Warren Ellis Millarworld, America's Best[...]
Jupiter's Legacy by Mark Millar, Frank Quitely and Peter Doherty began as Jupiter's Children, until a trademark fight saw them rename the book Jupiter's
The sequel to one of my most beloved Millarworld projects since the dawn of time The twist is that you don't know what it is so you're in for a nice surprise on December 18th Can you guess what Santa's going to bring? pic.twitter.com/TaoBFEIUDG — Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar) 18 September 2019 Teased as 'The sequel to one[...]
Mark Millar sold his Millarworld publishing imprint to Netflix in the summer of 2016 Since then he has been a (very well paid) employee of Netflix, working on TV shows and new comic books, published by Image Comics but owned by Netflix As a result, he has also been restricted from working on Kingsman, Kick-Ass[...]
Ahead of its July release, Millarworld has released a preview of the upcoming zany space buddy-comic, Space Bandits, via media partner Comic Book Resources, alongside an EX-X-XCLUSIVE interview with writer Mark Millar himself Unsurprisingly, CBR didn't ask Millar about the perceived visual similarities between Space Bandits and Kim & Kim, as that's really not the[...]
Netflix of course owns the MillarWorld comics imprint, and The Magic Order was the first comic published after the acquisition. The series follows five families of magicians that protect the world, but a sinister force is picking them off one by one Violent and snarky, it has been a modest hit with comic readers and features[...]