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ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca goes deep on a sequence from one of the all-time greatest Batman stories, Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's "Batman: Year One."
From Frank Miller and Roger Stern's Doctor Strange to the completed and never to be published Alan Grant and Frank Quitely Lobo mini, CBR wraps our list of infamous comic book no-shows with the final 15 titles.
Alan Moore reacts to Frank Miller's recent remarks about Occupy movement! A report from Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival! Kieron Gillen talks Kickstarter and Indie Go Go! Plus much more!
In light of Frank Miller's comments on Occupy Wall Street, Ron Marz examines political opinions and the slippery slope of fans not being able to separate a work from the person making it.
Augie offers up a couple of business ideas to Diamond Distributors to keep up with the times. Plus, Norm Breyfogle returns to Batman, and a word of consolation for Frank Miller fans.
The decidedly left-leaning Mark Millar steps up in defense of Frank Miller's anti-OWS stance while ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose points out it may have been the tone more than the sentiment that riled up the comic industry.
Frank Miller has entered the political arena, this past weekend raging against Occupy Wall Street, prompting strong reactions from comic book pros, fans and mainstream media outlets. Kevin Melrose breaks it down.
Emmy Award-winning star of "Breaking Bad" Bryan Cranston told CBR how taking on the role of Jim Gordon in Warner Animation's "Batman: Year One" rewired his thinking on comics and animation.
In their inaugural New York Comic-Con panel, Legendary Comics editor-in-chief Bob Schreck, Frank Miller, Paul Pope and other artists reveal new details on current releases and tease a few new projects for the future.
After the success of "Kevin Smith's Green Hornet" and "Frank Miller's Robocop," are there more hit comics in Hollywood's recycle bin? CBR News investigates the most likely candidates.
ROBOT 6's Matt Seneca dives into a page from the classic Chris Claremont/Frank Miller "Wolverine" miniseries, noting "the directionality of this page is like a thesis on effective flow."
This month, see comic book creators critique the work of other creators in the pages of the comics, like Frank Miller's Marv beating up Jim Lee's Deathblow or Joe Kelly "defending" Superman against the Authority!
The last thing you want to read is a boring comic, and Augie finds "Holy Terror" anything to be anything but. Also, which books were worth reading from the final week of DC Comics' New 52 launch?
Tim runs through a week of reading with discussions about Kate Beaton, Marv Wolfman, George Perez, Hamlet, Craig Thompson, Frank Miller and the Trouble with Intent.
DC Comics has created the internet's new comic book water cooler. Augie explains what he means by that while looking at seven more of those first issues after a preview of next week's "Holy Terror" review..
Warner Bros. Animation has released the first clip from the animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzuchelli's iconic Batman story "Batman: Year One"
Screenwriter William Monahan will write a new draft of the "Sin City" sequel. The writer has plenty of experience adapting work like "The Departed" into films, but can he adapt Miller's distinctive style?
Joe Keatinge and Frank Cho ink three-book deal with Delcourt! comiXology rolls out 100 online storefronts! Cover prices vs. minimum wage! How Frank Miller built a better Batman! Plus more!
Legendary Entertainment has premiered the poster and print ad for "Holy Terror," the long-awaited graphic novel by Frank Miller. ROBOT 6 has the image and details.
WB Games has announced a half-dozen new skins for the upcoming "Batman: Arkham City" release, allowing gamers to play as Frank Miller's Dark Knight, Bruce Timm's animated Batman and more.
At the Legendary Comics panel, EIC Bob Schreck welcomed Frank Miller to discuss "Holy Terror" while Paul Pope and Matt Wagner also announced new projects for the publisher.
Legendary Entertainment has released a 5-page preview of Frank Miller's highly anticipated graphic novel "Holy Terror."
Legendary Comics has premiered a trailer for Frank Miller's long-awaited graphic novel "Holy Terror," set to be released in September to coincide with the 10th anniversary of 9/11. ROBOT 6 has details.
Warner Animation and DC Entertainment have announced plans to debut the animated adaptation of Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's "Batman: Year One" with a screening at Comic-Con International.
Warner Bros. has released the official trailer for "Batman: Year One," the animated adaptation of the acclaimed 1987 storyline by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.
Frank Miller provides more details on "Holy Terror"! U.K. newspaper targets "CLiNT" magazine comic! Friends of Lulu is "pretty much dead"! Warren Ellis on Marvel's digital strategy! Plus more!
Frank Miller's long-gestating superhero vs. al-Qaeda comic will finish its march from Batman book to graphic novel as Legendary Pictures gives "Holy Terror" an official release date three days after the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
A behind-the-scenes featurette, providing a first look at the next direct-to-video project from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series, "Batman: Year One," has made its way online. SPINOFF has the video.
Fox has hired "Fringe" writer-producer Brad Caleb Kane to pen the David Slade-directed "Daredevil" movie, based on the "Born Again" story by Frank Miller & David Mazzucchelli. SPINOFF has details.
In the wake of death of Al Quaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, ROBOT 6 wonders what effect the news will have on Frank Miller’s long-gestating graphic novel "Holy Terror?"
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."