- Written by Niam Suggitt on Thursday, January 12 2012 and posted in News and Satire
The writer behind Kick-Ass and the artist behind All-Star Superman unite for the biggest Millarworld project yet, Jupiter's Children!
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Mark Millar has been teasing his upcoming project with Frank Quitely for what seems like years now, but we finally have some deets. The Authority
co-conspirators are re-teaming for a new epic Millarworld series entitled Jupiter's Children
. It launches in September 2012, and sounds amazing.
The series will follow the listless, unambitious, spoiled children of the world's first generation of superheroes, so think Paris Hilton but with laser eyes. The trappings of success are wasted on these kids. Millar promises the series will tackle real-world issues, and has also compared it to the likes of Star Wars
and Lord Of The Rings
, and a mega-event with 1000s of characters like Civil War
, but without any of the endless back-story.
Exciting huh? Here's our first look at Frank Quitely's art for the series, and all I can say is, bring on September!
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