Nemesis by Mark Millar & Steve McNiven

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CIVIL WAR? Nothing. KICK-ASS? A warmup. What if the smartest, toughest costumed bad ass in the world was totally evil? Meet Nemesis. He's systematically been destroying the lives of every police chief in Asia, and he's now set his sights on Washington, DC. Between you and me, the police don't have a chance. Do not miss the book that EVERYONE will be talking about!
 

About Mark Millar & Steve McNiven

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Dropping out university in his final year, Mark Millar pursued a writing career through ventures at 200 A.D. and Bristish television before finding success-and Eisner Award nominations- on DC's SUPERMAN ADVENTURES and THE AUTHORITY for Wildstorm. Millar has since scribed many bestselling titles, including Marvel Comics Civil War. The Ultimates and Ultimate X-Men, while creator owned works such as Wanted and Kick-Ass have been made into motion pictures. The Scotland-born and bred author resides in Glasgow with his family.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by Titan Publishing Company. 112 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels.

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An Alumni of San Diego State University, he spends his time juggling his own projects, providing for his wife and daughter while still reading every book that comes across his desk.

Apr 13 2010 | Read Full Review of Nemesis

Examiner

Millar and McNiven have worked together on several books including the likes of Wolverine: Old Man Logan and Civil War.And now they have set their eyes onto Nemesis, which they both created together.

Mar 24 2010 | Read Full Review of Nemesis

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If this issue has any charms, and it does, they belong to a few images drawn by McNiven: the antiseptic lair of Nemesis, the arrogant posing, the steam floating off the laser blade as Nemesis climbs out of the water.

Jun 11 2010 | Read Full Review of Nemesis

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For one of the pages, Millar’s script simply tells McNiven to “keep this to four panels, each one just being a love-letter [to] violence as [Nemesis] does things to these cops we’ve never seen before.” Millar clearly trusts McNiven to execute the scene with skill, energy, and some pretty ...

Sep 22 2010 | Read Full Review of Nemesis

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I'm not a fan of Millar when his comics turn into a series of increasingly ludicrous moments, but I actually found myself yearning for something crazy in "Nemesis" #1.

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