Steve and Mark Millar's Old Man Logan hardcover leapt onto the NYTimes list of best-selling comics this week, or "graphic books" as the Times likes to call them.
and the big news is all over the interwebs about Steve and mark's new project that will debut in March 2010 - Nemesis!
Read all about it here.
Saturday, September 19, 2009
This Wednesday, Sept. 23rd, will see the release of Giant-size Old man Logan! The final chapter in the Old Man Logan storyline by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven. For a preview of some of the interior pages, click here and scroll down a bit.
Steve will be signing copies of Giant-size Old Man Logan at Strange Adventures on Wednesday, Sept. 23rd from 5-6PM.
Posted by Calum Johnston at 1:19 PM
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Did you know Steve is one of the nominees in Spike TV's Scream awards? Well, he is!
Steve is one of several remarkable artists nominated for "Best Comic Book Artist", the nominees are:
Tony Harris & Jim Clark, Ex Machina
Steve Mcniven, Wolverine
Eric Powell, The Goon
Frank Quietly, All-Star Superman, Batman and Robin
Ivan Reis, Green Lantern
John Romita JR., Amazing Spider-man, Kick-Ass
"Old Man Logan" was also nominated in the "Best Comic Book" category along with "Green Lantern, Hack/Slash, Kick-Ass, Thor, and The Walking Dead. There are several comic book categories at the Scream awards. Here are a couple more:
Best Comic Book Writer
Brian Michael Bendis
Brian K. Vaughan
Best Comic Book Movie
Punisher: War Zone
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Voting is done by fans who submit their votes via the Spike TV website here.
Posted by Calum Johnston at 3:57 PM
Friday, April 3, 2009
Steve was nominated for outstanding artist for his work on Amazing Spider-Man #546-548 and Wolverine #66-70; and also outstanding cover for the variant cover to Kick Ass #1. More info on the Shuster Awards, named for Superman co-creator Joe Shuster, can be found here. Winners will be announced at a public ceremony in Toronto on June 27th, 2009.
Steve's hard at work on the last chapters of "Old Man Logan" right now and is contemplating what to do next. Any suggestions as to what you would like to see Steve next work on at Marvel?
and one last bit - here's a commission Steve did at Megacon. I saw this on the Jinxworld forums where there's a Steve McNiven section - check it out!
Posted by Calum Johnston at 4:57 PM