The Master Race is something of a return to form for Miller, as long as you keep your expectations in check.
Chris Nicholls revisits Frank Miller’s much-maligned sequel to The Dark Knight Returns.
March 6th marked the late Will Eisner’s birthday, and yesterday US Googlers were welcomed by a rather splendid “doodle” – the logo above Google’s search bar that changes to mark events and anniversaries. The logo even linked to further information on the seminal comic creator when clicked. Eisner died in 2005, but his legacy continues […]
2001, DC Comics Story, Art: Frank Miller Colours: Lynn Varley Like Star Wars prequels and the fourth Indiana Jones, Frank Miller’s follow-up to his seminal The Dark Knight Returns was never going to live up to over 15 years of expectation. When the prestige format miniseries was announced around 2000, eager anticipation soon turned to […]
DC, 1986 Story: Frank Miller Pencils: Frank Miller Inks: Klaus Janson Colours: Lynn Varley Is there really anything to say about Frank Miller’s 1986 vision of the Dark Knight that hasn’t been said already? So… Robin’s a girl, joker dies, and a geriatric Batman beats the crap out of Superman with a pair of enormous […]