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Mark Millar Interview

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Mark Millar MBE has had a long and incredibly varied career, creating a host of his own characters and franchises as well as writing for others, including Superman, Judge Dredd and The Flash.

As the creator and writer of the Kick-Ass comic book series, Mark had a hands-on role in both the original, and the sequel. We spoke to him to discuss the movie, one particularly interesting character in his comic career, and the general darkness of the Scots...

Kick-Ass 2 is out now

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