Seven years after the release of the first film based on the popular and award-winning Dark Horse graphic novel series by Frank Miller, we now have an official release date for the long-awaited sequel. Sin City: A Dam
"Gayness is built into Batman. ... Batman is very, very gay. There's just no denying it. Obviously as a fictional character he's intended to be heterosexual, but the basis of the whole concept is utterly gay
Just a week after Robert Rodriguez confirmed that he and Frank Miller would finally re-team for a second Sin City movie, the director has been talking about what to expect from A Dame To Kill For, including the structure, the actors who'll return for a second outing, and why it's taken so long to start wor
Sin City fans waiting for a followup to Robert Rodriguez's 2005 live action adaptation of Frank Miller's acclaimed crime comic can officially activate their impatience engines. Rodriguez has officially
Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez told a crowd at SXSW this week that he will begin production of Sin City 2 this summer. Rodriguez's statement is just the latest of many such predictions since the original Sin City movie he co-directed with graphic novelist Frank Mil
Presented by an uncharacteristically reverent Harlan Ellison, Masters of Comic Book Art is a documentary film that offers insightful on-camera remarks from some of the medium's most gifted artists: Neal Adams, Steve Ditko, Will Eisner, Jean Giraud aka Moebius, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Frank Miller and Bernie Wrightson, all of whom muse on their most famous works and the medium that they love. Released on video in 1987, the film is something I'd always heard about but had never seen until it reappeared on YouTube earlier this week. It's especially interesting to listen to the creators
Auctions: Heritage Auctions has some of Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns art you can bid on... if you've got Bruce Wayne money.
Industry: Fantagraphics co-founder Mike Catron and original staffer Preston White have returned to the publisher in editorial and art department positions, respectively.
By now, you've almost certainly heard about the statements about the Occupy protests by legendary comic book creator and hat enthusiast Frank Miller, in which he referred to the protesters as "louts, thieves and rapists" and suggested that they "go back to your mommas' basements." They are undoubtedly pretty polarizing statements, but we here at ComicsAlliance have been a little perplexe