The Steve Yeowell cover – featuring his and Grant Morrison’s Zenith, of course – to X-static #1, the fanzine in which the first of Martin Conaghan’s “interviews” with Morrison and Millar appeared.

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The Steve Yeowell cover – featuring his and Grant Morrison’s Zenith, of course – to X-static #1, the fanzine in which the first of Martin Conaghan’s “interviews” with Morrison and Millar appeared.“The Best Thing Since Dark Knight, Possibly Better”: Shameless? Part 23

Continued from last week. Despite years of cold shoulders and rejection letters, Millar’s determination to write for the major players in the American comics industry never seems to have wavered. In particular, he continued to long… [more]

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SHOWN ABOVEThe Steve Yeowell cover – featuring his and Grant Morrison’s Zenith, of course – to X-static #1, the fanzine in which the first of Martin Conaghan’s “interviews” with Morrison and Millar appeared.Steve Yeowell’s cover to 1996’s Legends Of The Dark Knight #79One of those fiendish American operatives so beloved of Millar’s stories in the period, here pointing a very big gun at Robohunter’s harmless mom. The art’s by Anthony Williams, from the 8th chapter of the interminable Escape From Bisleyland, which appeared in 2000AD # 757.From the first episode of Steve Yeowell and Millar’s Maniac 5, from 1993’s 2000AD #842.