This character was created by Steve LeCouilliard. It is essentially a coming of age series in which “Much” leaves the family household to seek his fortune in Nottinghamshire. He quickly falls afoul of the King’s Men, is rescued by “Robin Hood” and becomes involved with the “Merry Men” and enamoured with “Maid Marion” who is of course enamoured with “Robin Hood”. The series of stories follow “Much’s” misadventures and how they affect the plans and efforts of “Robin”, “Maid Marion” and the rest of the band. LeCouilliard in his humourous tales uses the characters from the “Robin Hood” legend but not their characteristics.


BOOK GRAPHIC:                                                                                                              All self published by Steve LeCouilliard.

Content serial & Cover book front:

Much the Miller’s Son, v. 1: the good, the bad, and much. Car., Steve LeCouilliard. 2007.

Much the Miller’s Son, v. 2: The Archery Contest. Car., Steve LeCouilliard. 2009.

Much the Miller’s Son, v. 3: Robin’s Seven or “Nobody’s Vault but Mine. Car., Steve LeCouilliard. 2011.

Much the Miller’s Son, the Doomsday Book. Car., Steve LeCouilliard. 2020. This book collects vols. 1-3 and adds vols. 4 & 5 plus a Guest Gallery, which includes portraits and stories by: Rebecca Dart, Ben Caldwell, James Lloyd, Anthony Furtado, Chuck Whelan, Colin Jack, Mike Myhre, Becky Driestad & Frank Gibson (story), Tom Pajak (story), Jonathon Dalton (story) Scott Underwood (story), Kelly Erwin, Mr, Esty, and Kenny Park..


Content story:

Historyonics: Stories Drawn From The Past. Cloudscape Comics, Nov. 2008: “Much Miller’s Son.” Car., Steve LeCouilliard: 4-8


C:\Users\Robert\Documents\CARTOONING ILLUSTRATION ANIMATION\IMAGE BY CARTOONIST\L\LECOUILLIARD Steve, Much The Miller's Son, 2009, fc.jpgMuch Miller’s Son, v. 2. 2009: Front cover. Left to Right: Maid Marion, Friar Tuck, Much, Sheriff of Nottingham.