Kick Ass Comic Issue 1. Cover Variant by Steve McNiven. I thought the original cover was a brilliant drawing by Steve McNiven of a beaten up but not beaten Kick-Ass.
Nemesis is going to be one of the hottest comic book events of the new year and a bunch of people have been talking about it on the interwebs since they announced the series. What follows is an interview with Millar and McNiven about the series. Warning: The following interview contains adult language.
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When moviegoers finally get a chance to see director Matthew Vaughn's " Kick-Ass " this weekend, they'll leave the theater begging for another ass-kicking courtesy of the characters created by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. While another "Kick-Ass" outing isn't immediately on the horizon just yet, our esteemed Splash Page Guest Editor has the next best thing to satisfy your "Kick-Ass" fix — reading recommendations! Once you've regained consciousness from the roundhouse kick of awesome that "Kick-Ass" is sure to deliver, Millar recommends the following comic book reading experiences to keep your "Kick-Ass" cravings satisfied.
The publicity was launched in Octoberwith a teaser image containing the caption "What if Batman was the Joker? One of my friends at DC legal dropped me an informal email back in December saying that someone in editorial was a bit worried by the Batman and Joker mentions in an interview to promote a creator-owned book. Steve and I chatted after, wondering if the cover was a little too much too and we decided to ditch it and do another one.
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A warmup. What if the smartest, toughest costumed bad ass in the world was totally evil? Meet Nemesis.
Steven McNiven is a Canadian comic book artist. McNiven first came into prominence after he took over as a penciller of CrossGen 's Meridian title following the departure of Josh Middleton. He was named in August as one of Marvel's "Young Guns", a group of artists that, according to Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesadahave the qualities that make "a future superstar penciller".
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