Kick-Ass 2 launches in CLiNT

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CLiNT is the brand new monthly magazine from Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar and leading entertainment publisher Titan Magazines, showcasing brand new comics alongside news, features and interviews, with a mix of celebrity contributors and hot new talent.

Launching this week, on Thursday 2 September 2010, the first issue of the new magazine boasts the first-look at Kick-Ass 2, Millar’s sequel to the best-selling series that inspired the blockbuster movie, plus the first part of Millar’s new series Nemesis, which was recently snapped up for a Hollywood movie adaptation to be directed by Tony Scott.

CLiNT issue #1 also sees two of the UK’s most outspoken TV personalities present their comic debuts! Jonathan Ross mixes vampires, aliens and gangsters in slick period thriller Turf, illustrated by acclaimed American artist Tommy Lee Edwards, while Frankie Boyle introduces “The Renaissance Man of Madness” in supervillain strip Rex Royd.

In among the features, this 100-page debut issue includes an exclusive interview with comedian Jimmy Carr, and a quick-fire Q&A with actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Red Mist in Kick-Ass)!

“I’ve worked on everything from Spider-Man comics to the Iron Man movie for Marvel in New York, but CLiNT really excites me” says Millar, whose genre-busting Kick-Ass scooped the number one movie spot in America and whose previous work includes Wanted, starring Angelina Jolie and Morgan Freeman. “I think CLiNT has potential to make an enormous impact, bringing a new type of magazine to a new generation. It’s edgy and irreverent, it’ll be the kind of thing guys will be passing around lunch-halls and common rooms.”

CLiNT #1
On-sale 2nd September
Available from all good retailers and specialist comic stores.

Jonathan Ross and Mark Millar will be signing copies of CLiNT on Thursday 2nd September at 4.30pm at WH Smiths in London's Victoria station.

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