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Mark Millar MBE (/ˈmɪlər/; born 24 December 1969) is a Scottish comic book writer and television producer who first came to prominence with a run on the superhero series The Authority, published by DC Comics' Wildstorm imprint. Millar has written extensively for Marvel Comics, including runs on The Ultimates, which has been called "the comic book of the decade" by Time magazine and described as a major inspiration for the 2012 film The Avengers by its screenwriter Zak Penn,[1] X-Men, Fantastic Four and Avengers for Marvel's Ultimate imprint, as well as Marvel Knights Spider-Man and Wolverine. In 2006, Millar wrote the Civil War mini-series that served as the centrepiece for the eponymous company-wide crossover storyline and later inspired the Marvel Studios film Captain America: Civil War.[2] The "Old Man Logan" storyline, published as part of Millar's run on Wolverine, served as the inspiration for the 2017 film Logan.[3][4]

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In addition to his work as a writer, Millar serves as an executive producer on all film and television adaptations of his comics. Between 2012 and 2016, he was employed by 20th Century Fox as a creative consultant for adaptations of Marvel properties.

In 2002, Millar and artist Bryan Hitch further expanded Marvel's Ultimate line with The Ultimates, a reimagining of the company's Avengers team.[61] The title also proved highly successful, although it suffered from delays in shipping due to Hitch's personal issues.[62] The Ultimates was eventually cancelled after 13 issues and two years of publication with the aim of relaunching the title so that more issues could be produced in advance.[63] The Ultimates 2 launched shortly thereafter[64][65] and also suffered from delays, this time due to Millar's newly-diagnosed chronic condition and increased workload at Marvel.[66][67] The second volume as well as the creative team's run on the title ended in 2007 with another 13th issue.[68] Millar and Hitch's work on The Ultimates inspired two Marvel Animated Features titled Ultimate Avengers[69][70] and the subsequent 2012 Marvel Studios feature film The Avengers, directed by Joss Whedon.[1] Actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who portrayed the character Quicksilver in the 2015 sequel film Avengers: Age of Ultron, stated that it also drew inspiration from the Ultimate comics.[71] 350c69d7ab


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