Mike Miller: He’s not all about Christianity anymore:
Five secular comic book series that were left out in the cold when Alias Comics decided to concentrate on the Christian bookstore market (see “Alias Refocuses Efforts“) have found a new home at Abacus Comics, a new company headed by Alias Comics’ Executive Director Mike S. Miller. Three of Miller’s own titles, Imaginaries, Lullaby, and Sixgun Samurai will move to Abacus along with two Mortal World Entertainment books, Kord and Harley, and Soulless.
Abacus already has a website, with some interesting ground rules for what they’ll publish:
Comics have to be ongoing series. Mini-series come and go, and no-one cares a year later. With our ‘ongoing only’ policy, we give fans time to care about the characters we create.
“Mini-series come and go, and no-one cares a year later”? Isn’t that almost as if they’re admitting that they can’t do good mini-series? I mean, if the mini is good, people will still care a year later…