COMICS: First Look At Mark Millar And Dave Gibbons' THE SECRET SERVICE #5

On sale next week, we have a first look at Mark Millar (Hit-Girl) and Dave Gibbons' (Watchmen) The Secret Service #5 for you right here! The series is currently being developed for the big screen by X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn. Check it out!

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By Josh Wilding - 1/4/2013
Gary's spy skills and confidence have blossomed. Now it's time to put them to use where it matters most: on the home front, where his violent stepdad will finally meet his match. Meanwhile, it's time for Jack to discover the truth behind the missing sci-fi celebrities. A grand conspiracy is revealed and illusions are shattered when a young entrepreneur unveils his secrets.

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Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Cover by DAVE GIBBONS

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Spideyguy94 - 1/4/2013, 4:38 AM
None of millars creator owned works are worth reading except kick-ass. Millars best work for me will always be the ultimates 1&2 an the authority. He has had his other good stories like old man logan and enemy of the state. But his creator owned projects with the exception of kick-ass are just foul and vulgar for the sake of being foul and vulgar, and his whole rape fetish really offensive.
dellamorte1872 - 1/4/2013, 6:08 AM
idk about any of that i tried to get into SUPERIOR or whatever but it was kinda boring, never read ANY of his creator shit fully, i always lose interest
dellamorte1872 - 1/4/2013, 6:52 AM
he crafted good MARVEL lore though, and he STARTED the ULTIMATES
Tomontherun99 - 1/4/2013, 2:05 PM
Secret Service is definitely one of Millar's best original series, it only relies a little bit on shock violence and the first time it does it's hilarious but there does seem to be some genuine heart to it and a solid emotional connection between the uncle and nephew.

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