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The MPAA has nixed the Eva Green poster for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," which depicts the actress in a loose-fitting semi-sheer robe.
Gail, Dwight, Marv and Johnny are the focus in "A Dame to Kill For" character posters featuring Rosario Dawson, Josh Brolin, Mickey Rourke and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The newest poster for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" features Jessica Alba's return to the franchise as Nancy, the stripper with a heart of gold.
Dimension Films has released six new animated images for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" featuring Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin and more.
Syfy Adapting Miller's "Ronin," Soule's "Letter 44," Hickman's "Pax Romana," Schulner's "Clone" & More
Syfy has announced adaptations of Frank Miller's "Ronin," Jonathan Hickman's "Pax Romana," Charles Soule's "Letter 44," and David Schulner's "Clone."
This summer, Dark Horse's signature anthology changes formats and welcomes the return of Geof Darrow and Frank Millers' "Big Guy," David Mack's "Kabuki" and more.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, Eva Green, Jessica Alba and more feature in a new trailer for Robert Rodriguez's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
For Daredevil's 50th anniversary, CSBG looks at DD's past and examines Miller and Romita Jr.'s red foil-covered retelling of Daredevil's origins.
Director Noam Murro discusses "300: Rise of an Empire," calling it a "companion piece" to Zack Snyder's original Frank Miller adaptation.
Director Noam Murro's "300: Rise of an Empire" brought in $45M, launching the sequel to Zack Snyder's Frank Miller adaptation to the top of the box office.
Zack Snyder discusses turning over the "300" franchise to director Noam Murro and bringing Frank Miller's vision to life.
Lena Headey, Eva Green, Callan Mulvey and Jack O'Connell talk about getting into character (and costume) -- as well as paying tribute to the first "300"
"Power is a fragile thing," warns the first trailer for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," due out Aug. 22.
Augie looks at the classic "Daredevil: The Man Without Fear" from Frank Miller and John Romita Jr., and Francois Schuiten's work returns to English!
Publisher Mike Richardson wraps our look inside Dark Horse's 2014 slate, emphasizing his commitment to expanding creator-owned comics in the coming year.
Klaus Janson discusses his role on the all-star "Superman" creative team with Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr., and shares a message to Frank Miller.
Warner Bros. shared brand new footage from its "300" prequel at an event in ten cities across the U.S., and CBR News was there to share the experience.
Augie reviews Frank Miller/Todd McFarlane "Spawn/Batman" - it's a lot of fighting. France has a winner and "The Fuse" is a promising new series!
Warner Bros. new "300: Rise of an Empire" trailer brings a new look at the naval conflict of the film, featuring Eva Green & Sullivan Stapleton.
In time for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Dark Horse will publish a hardcover collection of Frank Miller's entire series, and release new editions of two other books.
On the Christmas Eve installment of "DC All Access," DC co-publisher Dan DiDio unveiled Frank Miller's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
Frank Miller has yet to finish work on "300" follow-up "Xerxes," which won't be ready by the March release of "300: Rise of an Empire."
Warner Bros. has released the newest trailer for "300: Rise of an Empire" featuring a close look at Xerxes, Artemisia and lots of combat.
CBR News examines the Man Without Fear's best storylines and the reason they resonate, counting down the 10 greatest stories in Marvel's "Daredevil."
Tim rereads Frank Miller's often-overlooked "Elektra Lives Again" graphic novel and wonders why it seems to be forgotten by fans.
Reports indicate that The Weinstein Company wants to follow next summer's "A Dame to Kill For" feature with a "Sin City" television series.
Frank Miller failed to conquer Hollywood in 1990, but he did collaborate with some of the greatest talents in the comics industry.
Editor Mike Marts explains how Brad Meltzer's origin, Snyder & Murphy's future Robin and Frank Miller all play a role in "Detective Comics" #27.
Batman group editor Mike Marts discusses plans for the upcoming "Detective Comics" issue #27 anthology issue, featuring stories from Batman luminaries Frank Miller, Scott Snyder, Paul Dini and more.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder headlines the creative team for "Batman: Eternal" – a new weekly DC Comics series debuting in 2014, while joinign Frank Miller and others for "Detective Comics" #27.
The new international trailer for "300: Rise of an Empire" sets Greece and Persia on a collision course, as Rodrigo Santoro's god-king Xerxes pledges, "Nothing will stop the march of my empire."
CSBG's list of cool comic book moments includes this week's spotlight on Wolverine and the first time he encountered The Hand in Frank Miller & Chris Claremont's famed "Wolverine" miniseries.
Augie takes a look at the classic Chris Claremont/Frank Miller 'Wolverine' mini-series and realizes something about Miller's art. Also, coloring, storytelling, and planning for NYCC (already?!?)
According to a recent rumor, Warner Bros. and "Man of Steel 2" director Zack Snyder a shortlist of actors to play Batman for the "Superman/Batman" film, including Josh Brolin, Ryan Gosling and more.
Director Noam Murro and stars Eva Green, Rodrigo Santoro and Sullivan Stapleton discuss the challenges of creating cinematic mythology with "300: Rise of an Empire," the sequel to Zack Snyder's 2006 film.
The release of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" has been delayed nearly year from its original Oct. 4, 2013 release date. SPINOFF has more on the sequel.
Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for "300: Rise of An Empire," based on Frank Miller's "Xerxes" graphic novel. The film, directed by Noam Murro, is a sequel to Miller and director Zack Snyder's "300."
Designs for costumes, characters, the Batmobile and gadgets revealed for Darren Aronofsky’s proposed superhero film "Batman: Year One." SPINOFF has all the images of what might have been.
The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund has announced the members of its newly formed advisory board, which includes Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, DC co-publisher Jim Lee and more.
This week, is Frank Miller correct that the Batman TV series was the debut of Batman being a deputy of the law? Plus, how did history repeat itself with Peter David and a Goblin reveal?