from 1999’s Superman Adventures #31, by Millar, Aluir Amancio, Terry Austin et al, which features Millar’s first undeniably widescreen epic.

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The Secret Origin of the JLA, and of “Mark Millar” Too: The American Superhero Comics of Mark Millar, Part 11

Continued from last week. It would be another seven months until Morrison and Millar’s next public collaboration on the Batman. In that time, the new JLA title would establish itself as a remarkably successful reboot. Its… [more]

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By Morrison, Porter, Dell et al, from 1996/7’s JLA #1By Morrison, Porter, Dell et al, from 1997’s JLA #5By Morrison, Millar, Porter, Dell et al, from 1997’s JLA Secret Files & OriginsSHOWN ABOVEfrom 1999’s Superman Adventures #31, by Millar, Aluir Amancio, Terry Austin et al, which features Millar’s first undeniably widescreen epic.