Netflix does not publish comics
Only a few months, the volcanic Mark Millar (Superman Red Son, Civil War) he sold his label Millarworld to the behemoth of streaming Netflix.
Of course, the details of the transaction were not revealed, and in addition to assume that exploitation in terms of media properties created by Millar – movie and TV series especially – had taken the body to the hypothesis that Netflix could go down in the crowded arena of the publications to the comics.
However, it was Mark Millar during the conference dedicated to him at C2E2 in Chicago to deny the item by confirming that the agreement does not provide in any way that Netflix is to publish directly to the comics.
A few weeks ago the same Millar had confirmed that the series Millarworld would continue to go out under the auspices of the Image with the new The Magic Order and the forthcoming U.S. debut, and that will be the first in the series to see the light after the agreement with Netflix.
The scottish writer then called the series a cross between the Lord of The Rings and The Sopranos: it will be a fantasy for adults that will meet the tastes of those who grew up in the ’80s with a certain type of cinema fantasy and sci-fi.
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