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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Off The Shelf: Much The Millers Son

Much The Millers Son by Steve LeCouilliard
Click the image above for a preview of Much The Millers Son: Book II.

After storyboarding for Ed, Ed and Eddy for Cartoon Network from 2005-2008, Vancouver comic artist Steve LeCouilliard is taking on independent comic production. LeCouilliard is currently publishing a comic adventure set in Medival England, Much The Millers Son.

The book is LeCoulliard's own version of PG-13 version of Robin Hood featuring Much an obscure Merry Man in Robin Hood's gang. Much The Millers Son combines aspects of Groo The Wanderer and Sergio Aragones with Mad Magazine's art style and Monty Python's irreverence while nodding his feathered cap, monk's hood or armored helmet in the direction of animator Ralph Bakshi's raunchy and grim themes.

Much The Millers Son by Steve LeCouilliard

According to the latest from LeCouilliard's web sites Much The Millers and his blog the book series is currently in production and slated for release in 2010 or 2011.


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