The recent news that Zak Snyder plans on shooting "Xerxes," the "sort of sequel" to Frank Miller's "300" in 3D is a gentle reminder that the innovative "Sin City" and "The Dark Knight Returns" creator has never let a little thing like historical accuracy get in the way of a good story. It's a good thing too, because as demonstrated by the imagination of Coll
While most fans acknowledge that there's at least a little discrepancy between the Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City" and Miller's solo "The Spirit" films, few can argue that Miller lacks skill in crafting striking cinematic visuals. In keeping with
Way back in aught-six, legendary creator Frank Miller announced to Nerdom that his next Batman project for DC Comics would find the Caped Crusader taking on the very real threat of Al Qaeda in a visceral, 120 page graphic novel titled "Holy Terror, Batman!." Cut to today -
A new Frank Miller lithograph has just been offered for pre-order on the Dark Horse website, featuring Xerxes, the Persian God-King from Miller's "300," a testosterone-laced reinterpretation of the Battle of Thermopylae that was adapted into a 2006 film by Zack Snyder.
Miller has commented before about a new "300" related comic ca
It's been nearly a decade since Frank Miller's noir comics classic "Sin City" wrapped in print - and five years since the cinematic adaptation debuted in theaters, but despite some time away from the series, Miller's remained on hand to deliver brand new artwork for three new reprinted collections
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"Holy Terror, Batman!" may be dead, but "Holy Terror!" isn't!
Ace ComicsAlliance writer Nick Nadel reported that Frank Miller was no longer working on the long-awaited Batman graphic novel. From the Gr
Frank Miller attended the annual MoCCA Fest in New York City (it's like SPX or Stumptown, but with more Michel Gondry sightings) over the weekend, and spoke on a panel about "the art of superheroes" along with Kyle Baker, Paul Pope, Dean Haspiel, and Jamie Hernandez. (Hollywood, I think we found your new A-Team.)
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At Wondercon today, DC Comics announced that the long-delayed All-Star Batman and Robin is officially over -- but that the story will continue in a new series titled "Dark Knight: Boy Wonder." And rathe