Written by ThanosCopter
on Thursday, July 26 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
No word if he plans to incorporate the experience into a new comic book.
Source: The Sun
Mark Millar was bitten by a spider over the weekend, the Outhouse has learned. Millar, the writer of Wanted, Kick-Ass and Superior, was bitten in Paris during a family vacation and had his leg swell considerably, forcing him to go to the doctor and be prescribed a course of antibiotics.
We expect the experience will lead Millar to write a new
movie pitch comic book entitled Fucking Man Spider which will be about a boy is bitten by a spider in the real world and gains spiderlike powers after experiencing realistic EXTREME pain and lots of cursing. Although the series hasn't been conceived yet, the Outhouse has learned that it's a movie script has already been ordered by Fox.
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