I found out today how the scripting for Morrison & Millar's
VAMPIRELLA issues was broken down between the pair (care of an ancient
Usenet post from Mark Millar himself), which makes SKRULL KILL KREW the
last M&M collaboration (at least of their US stuff) where I don't
know for sure who wrote what.
Apparently all of their stuff was
plotted together (in the pub...) and then each issue was scripted solo
by one of the two - they don't seem to have collaborated at all on the
Morrison scripts #140 and 142, Millar scripts #141 and #143. I've got the first few pages of the scripts for #140 and 141 which
confirm those two, the other two are an educated guess based on one
being a interesting Clive Barker-esque horror issue and the other being
a nonsensical rip-off of Terminator 2...
SKRULL KILL KREW
re-read this tonight (it's still rubbish) and I'd guess that Morrison
scripted #4, possibly #5. I'd say definitely Miller scripts for #1, 2
Morrison scripted #1, 5 and 6; Millar scripted
#2-4 and 7-10. I'd be very surprised if Morrison didn't write the
'Citizen Vane' text piece in issue #3. Issue scripts confirmed by Mark
Millar in a (long deleted) Millarworld post from 2004.
Millar scripted #1-3, Morrison scripted #4, Steven Grant scripted #5
and 6 from a Morrison 'plot' (which, for issue 6 at least was one sentence of
solicit text according to SG). Nobody knows who scripted #7 (Millar and
Grant both say it wasn't them, and it's very unlikely to have been Morrison).
#8-9 were written by Steven Grant with no involvement from Grant or Mark beyond their original outline document (all
confirmed by Steven Grant/Mark Millar on Usenet).
'Emergency Stop' in #130-132, Millar wrote the three done-in-ones in #133-135,
Morrison took over again to write 'The Human Race' in #136-138. Millar
gets a solo credit for #139-141 even though it's likely the Black Flash
was a co-creation (again, confirmed by Mark Millar on Usenet).
So there you go, you need never accidentally read a Mark Millar comic ever again. You're welcome :)