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Miller & Mullet in Comics!
Miller & Mullet comic books star Miller & Mullet like you’ve never seen them before, in 2D! Here, Miller & Mullet explain their comic book conspiracy to Faze (the puppet) in episode something of Yakking with Faze.
Miller & Mullet in Space issue 1 is available now.
Scripts are written by Miller & Mullet Productions staff writer Allan Turner. "He's written for me before," says Mullet, "he doesn't suck."
Art is by Kameron Gates, a character animator whose resume includes King Kong, Hellboy, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Men in Black II, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, and, most famously, the Miller & Mullet animated production logo which appears before every Miller & Mullet video.
Miller & Mullet in Space #1 (of 4)
Miller & Mullet are vaudeville clowns in a seedy sci-fi future, hopping planets in search of stardom.
When a gig goes sour, Miller & Mullet are rescued by a new talent agent who sends them off to the gig of their dreams. But everything’s not what it seems and there’s something funny about the cargo they’re forced to bring along.
Funnier than Blade Runner and more action-packed than 2001, Issue 1 kicks off a 4-issue story arc which pits Miller & Mullet against gangsters, robots, monkeys and more! It’s science fiction as it was meant to be: fun, greasy, and stupid!
Format: B&W, 28 pages
“Glossy pages and cover all for the price of a standard Marvel/DC comic.”
Miller & Mullet in Space #2 (of 4)
Miller & Mullet arrive at Chandora’s Palace to discover the only gig waiting for them is trouble.
Issue 2 reveals the villainous Shark’s true motives and introduces new adversaries such as the indomitable Sid “The Squid” Bromstein, the unscrupulous Officer Bob, and the insurmountable Chesty Nurse.
Issue 2 promises to pick up where Issue 1 left off and leave off where Issue 3 begins. All this and more in Miller & Mullet in Space #2. Coming ... soon? This one's going to publishers so we'll see what the big wigs say.
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