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Chat with creator of Kickass & comic writer Mark Millar

Mark Millar is a Scottish comic book writer. Millar was the highest selling British comic-book writer working in America in the 2000s. His best known works include The Authority, The Ultimates, Wanted, Marvel Knights Spider-Man, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Civil War, and Kick-Ass. In August 2007, he won the Stan Lee award at Wizardworld in Chicago. Millar announced a new British comics magazine anthology in early May 2010 to be launched in September with the name CLiNT. It will feature a sequel to Kick-Ass, as well as work from Jonathan Ross and Frankie Boyle. He'll be talking to Nemone about the Glasgow Film Festival

Tune in each day to hear tracks chosen by Super Furry Animals front man Gruff Rhys. Gruff Rhys checks in with third solo album, Hotel Shampoo, his most ambitious and fully realized yet. As well as the intentions above, Hotel Shampoo is inspired by, and takes its title from, Gruff's extensive collection of mini shampoo bottles and complimentary hotel products acquired whilst touring the world. "Having never kept a journal these items have become like diary entries, triggering memories of all those buildings and random people I've met and inspiring songs on the album.
Plus Video of the Week is She Wants by Metronomy, an electronic music group formed by Joseph Mount in Totnes, Devon, England in 1999. Their music consists of instrumental electronic music and more recently, with the release of Nights Out, vocal electronic pop music. Mount also releases remixes under the name Metronomy, and has remixed many artists including.

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Thu 17 Feb 2011 13:00