A week of news from the Mark Millar-backed UK convention wraps with word of a CLiNT magazine panel and portfolio reviews
Mark Millar's comic book magazine is relaunching, and we have an exclusive teaser for the new feature DEATH SENTENCE
The latest Seussical film adaptation fails to capture the magic of the book, and seems to forget it's supposed to be for kids.
BEFORE WATCHMEN has attracted plenty of controversy, but it's not the only infamous comic book prequel
The very fact that DC's WATCHMEN prequel exists is pretty surprising, but here's what raised our eyebrows
Stuart Moore talks about editing Marvel's new novel line, and writing the first book, a prose adaptation of CIVIL WAR
Trying decide what to pick up this week? Here's our look at 10 of the most noteworthy new comics and trades
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso talks about the newly announced line of prose novels, which start with CIVIL WAR
Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons are printing money - er - teaming up for a creator owned book next year.
Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s creator-owned series KICK ASS 2 is back on track, with a new issue in August.
With news of a new character taking over as Spidey post "Death of Spider-Man," Newsarama explains what it might mean
Take a break from Valentine's Day festivities for reviews on UNWRITTEN #22, ULTIMATE AVENGERS VS. NEW ULTIMATES #1 and more
You want quick reviews of this week's comics? You got it, including BATMAN AND ROBIN and a fateful AMAZING SPIDER-MAN
The latest glimpse of Marvel's DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN story comes in the form of an ULTIMATE SPIDER-MAN cover by Ed McGuinness
The last part of our big Mark Millar interview talks about creator-owned work, reuniting with Bendis and upcoming films
More from our conversation with the ULTIMATES writer, including his directorial debut, his magazine, and digital comics
Following DEATH OF SPIDER-MAN, Mark Millar will focus solely on creator-owned projects, the writer told Newsarama
There are a lot of comic book award ceremonies, but Millar tells Newsarama why his are not only different, but needed