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ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner looks back at the career and works of Frank Miller, offering guidance on why he's important to comics and showing new comics fans where to start reading.
Learn whether the Monkees were offered "Sugar, Sugar" before the Archies! Did Frank Miller break into comics drawing Hostess fruit pie ads?! Plus, discover the strange origins of Dominic Fortune and Devil-Slayer!
Check out Frank Miller's first two comic book stories in this new month-long feature from CSBG ans be sure to hit the archives for the first stories by George Perez, Jason Aaron and Alex Maleev!
In the latest of CSBG's month-long series of polls, we want to know what you think was the best Marvel comics run of the 1980s! Byrne's FF? Miller's Daredevil? Claremont/Byrne X-Men? Come here to decide!
Warner Bros. has reportedly offered "Xerxes," the follow-up to Zack Snyder’s 2007 hit "300," to "Sherlock Holmes" director Guy Ritchie. SPINOFF looks into the reasons Warners may be turning to RItchie over Snyder.
Tim begins a lengthy look at Daredevil with the help of CBR reviewer Ryan K. Lindsay. From Stan Lee to Ann Nocenti and Ed Brubaker, they discuss the essentials of the Man Without Fear in "The Daredevil Dialogues."
ROBOT 6's newest contributor Chris Arrant looks at the influence Frank Miller's comics have had on films and lists six of his comics that should be movies.
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson spoke with CBR News about the flagship anthology's April relaunch for #1 with names like Miller, Adams and Chadwick and shares the exclusive full lineup and art.
Dark Horse has announced Howard Chaykin will join the list of A-list creators involved with the relaunch of "Dark Horse Presents" with "Marked Man," a story the acclaimed creator will write and illustrate.
Dark Horse has released covers for the first issue of "Dark Horse Presents." Launching in 2011, the first issue features the return of Paul Chadwick's Concrete and a look at Frank Miller's Xerxes. UPDATED with "Concrete" story pages.
DC Comics Co-publisher Jim Lee was the focus of a special NYCC spotlight panel on Saturday where the creator discussed his work and career, offered advice and presented his new book "ICONS" to attending fans.
Chris Hemsworth on "Thor's" fighting style. Spielberg to produce "Locke & Key" TV series. Eric Powell on "Goon" voices. Also, further "First Class" talk, an "Authority" movie rumor and more.
Karl Urban confirms he will be The Law! Jaime Alexander talks Lady Sif. Warren Ellis writing new tale for "Gravel" film. Also, "Cowboys & Aliens" set pic, Frank Miller's commercial and more.
The countdown of the most memorable moments in DC history as voted on by you, the fans, continues with moments from Alan Moore, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Marv Wolfman, Dave Gibbons, George Perez and more!
Frank Miller says that "Holy Terror," which was announced in 2006 as a Batman project, will be released in 2011 with a new character, The Fixer, taking the Dark Knight's intended role. ROBOT 6 has details.
SPINOFF ONLINE reports that "300" director Zack Snyder has begun work on the prequel "Xerxes," based on a forthcoming comic book also created by Frank Miller. Click here for all the details.
PRESS RELEASE: World Record Frank Miller Daredevil Original Cover Art Brings $101,575 to Lead $3.2+ Million Heritage Comics Auction
The long-anticipated "300" prequel sees its first official art hit the web in the form of an October-shipping lithograph before the legendary cartoonist's Persian epic hits in 2011.
This week, Tim looks at a tale of two titanic talents, as a post-Sin City Frank Miller once took on the New Gods' origin story of Orion, Darkseid's son, giving the world his version of Jack Kirby.
With he and Frank Miller's Batman serial set to return as a monthly in 2011, superstar artist and DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee opened up to CBR about the delays, the title change and his creative future.
IDW has announced that "Jurassic Park: Redemption" will launch in June, written by Bob Schreck, illustrated by Nate Van Dyke, with covers by Frank Miller and Tom Yeates, with other luminaries providing future covers.
June sees the release of the softcover edition of "The Life and Times of Martha Washington in the 21st Century," collecting the entire Frank Miller & Dave Gibbons saga. We spoke with Gibbons about the landmark series.
As the end of the decade fast approaches, Tim reflects on Frank Miller's apocalyptic "Dark Knight Strikes Again" and Grant Morrison's also-apocalyptic "Final Crisis," and explains why one is so much better than the other.
This week, Tim cracks open the immense, oversized collection by Frank Miller and Dave Gibbons, "The Life and Times of Martha Washington in the Twenty-First Century," and considers - among other things - the trouble with Martha.
Sparked by the recent release of a book of interviews, this week Tim ponders the Q&A format while recalling the best interview books of the past, featuring the likes of Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and many more.
With Frank Miller's screen adaptation of "The Spirit" opening this week, CBR looks at the life and loves of the classic Will Eisner creation, from his origins as a newspaper strip to his reinvigoration by Darwyn Cooke.
Central City isn't the only thing screaming. Frank Miller's intensely stylized screen adaptation of Will Eisner's comic book classic, "The Spirit," leaves Eisner fans with much to be desired, but Gabriel Macht's performance will win over neophytes.
Everyone has that first love, be it their first car, the first time they saw Star Wars or good old Cindy Warnerson from fourth grade. But some are a lot easier to get over and forget about than others.
Frank Miller, Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Sarah Paulson, Eva Mendes and Dan Lauria talk about their work in "The Spirit," the new film adaptation of Will Eisner's classic comics series.
With 2009 just around the corner, this week Tim shares with us his undeniably eclectic picks for the Top Twenty Collected Editions of the Year with the first half of his two-part look back at the Best Comics of 2008.
This week, Timothy cracks open his copy of "Absolute Ronin" and finds a wild and innovative work from Frank Miller. Even if you've read "Ronin" before, Tim promises you - you've never seen anything quite like this.
Augie digs into the Marvel archives and finally reads Frank Miller's "Daredevil." He covers everything from Murdock's frightening romantic actions to Will Eisner's influence to an attempt at a belated No-Prize regarding Elektra's sais.
Lionsgate has released a short featurette promoting "The Spirit" by Frank Miller, featuring numerous new clips from the movie, as well as Miller discussing his creative direction while writing and directing the movie.
CBR Staff Photographer Pinguino Kolb was on the red carpet at Spike TV's 2008 Scream Awards, where she grabbed shots of comics luminaries like Frank Miller, Stan Lee, Brian K. Vaughan, and Mike Mignola.
CBR News attended Spike TV’s third annual Scream Awards at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, where comics and comic book movies reigned supreme, with "The Dark Knight" taking home 12 trophies.
In this week's Pipeline, Augie gives you an in-depth guided tour of his new bookcase, filled to the brim with trades, hardcovers, and memories. Also, a look at the state of comic book movies twenty years ago. Very little has changed.
In a special Tuesday edition of LYING IN THE GUTTERS, Rich follows-up on word that "All Star Batman" #10 has been pulled from shipping this week for offensive language in the issue, and Rich has the scans of the pages.