Cursed, Frank Miller and Thomas Wheeler’s new book about the legend of King Arthur from the Lady of the Lake’s perspective, won’t be out until fall 2019—but an adaptation is already on its way to Netflix.
Though we all know the story of how King Arthur pulled Excalibur from the stone, comics heavyweight Frank Miller and writer Thomas Wheeler are teaming up to tell the tale from a new perspective.
DC Comics’ approach to handling its multiverse is distinct from most other comics publishers’ approaches because of the way it includes a set of iconic stories that, technically-speaking, aren’t considered canon. If you like that sort of thing, their new Black Label should excite you. And well, if you’re a comic fan,…
In Frank Miller’s original 300 comic, it takes the Persian king Xerxes and his army of thousands three days to destroy the small Spartan force led by King Leonidas and go on to successfully invade and conquer Greece. But 300 creator Frank Miller wants to make sure we know Xerxes’ story doesn’t really begin with the…
Yesterday, Donald Trump logged onto Twitter and ever-so-casually taunted Kim Jong-un with the threat of a nuclear war, which would result in the deaths of millions of people on both sides. It was the sort of ill-advised, dangerous thing that you’d expect from a supervillain, not a president.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Sunday’s actually the best day to attend Comic-Con. “But Charles,” you’re surely saying to yourself. “All of the explosive new stuff comes out on Saturday!”
Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One took the detective who made DC comics the powerhouse that it is today gave him one of the most character-defining origin stories in modern comics that’s gone on to color much of the way that we see Batman today. Now, Miller’s doing the same for Superman.
Even on the big screen, Sin City has always felt episodic, with its different characters in a variety of interconnected stories, all in the same gritty noir setting. Television seems like a natural home for Frank Miller’s world and that reality just got a little bit closer.
Frank Miller and Geof Darrow’s comic Hard Boiled has a story seemingly made for the big screen. And now the tale of a boring insurance adjuster who’s actually (unbeknownst to him) a killer cyborg poised to lead a robot revolution may have found its director and star: Ben Wheatley and Tom Hiddleston.
Over the years, Frank Miller has turned out a number of Batman stories, ranging from “essential” to “oh my god, no, my eyes, my eyes” But in a recent interview, Miller gave his vision for a Batman movie and, well, it actually sounds pretty great.
Season two of Daredevil will introduce Elektra, the Greek assassin who’s Matt Murdock’s lover and sometime adversary. Her creator, Frank Miller, has told interviewers that the show could never bring his vision of Elektra to life. And he’s right—because no one could ever match the mindbending absurdist nightmare that…
Later this month, we’ll see Batman v. Superman, loosely based on Frank Miller’s Batman comics. But we almost got a Batman film from Miller and Darren Aronofsky, based on Batman: Year One. In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Miller explained what that looked like, and it was very, very strange.
Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series has, for better or worse, been one of the most highly influential pieces of Batman media in decades—and a return to that universe is one that usually could be fraught with danger. But the first issue of The Master Race has some surprising twists to it that leave us wanting to know…
Tomorrow, Frank Miller’s wildly influential (and batshit crazy) Dark Knight series returns with the unfortunately-named The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Such an event has not escaped DC, and they’re putting out some spectacular variant covers to celebrate—over 50 of them, in fact. So much lovely Batman art!
Dark Knight 3: The Master Race isn’t even out yet, but co-writer Frank Miller has already announced that the trilogy has turned into a quadrilogy. Miller told Newsarama that “after he reads DK3 in full, he intends to create his own fourth chapter” which, frankly, is terrifying on about eight different levels.
Hello. This is an actual comic cover drawn by legendary comic artist Frank Miller. It’s the cover to a companion comic to Miller’s upcoming Dark Knight III: The Master Race series, and it appears DC is actually going to publish it despite the fact that 1) it is horrible, 2) it is laughable and 3) you can clearly see…
In 2005, DC teamed legendary Batman comic writer Frank Miller and equally legendary artist Jim Lee for what they clearly hoped would be the ultimate Batman comic. What they got was a comic in which Batman called Robin “retarded.” In short, they got the worst Batman comic ever made. And I love it.
This... this will not end well. DC comics has just announced that Frank Miller, one of comics’ greatest creators who has since devolved into one of the comics’ world’s weird crazy uncles, is creating a third volume in the saga he began with The Dark Knight Returns, to be titled The Dark Knight: The Master Race.
We’re awash in live-action adaptations of comic books lately, including several TV shows. But Netflix’s new Daredevil series still feels like something special. It pulls no punches, never winks at the audience, and perfectly captures the feel of the best Daredevil comics. Here’s our spoiler-free review.
Everybody loves Batman. After 75 years of saving Gotham City, the Caped Crusader has become an archetype. So it's not surprising that every comic needs its own version of Bats. And yet, Batman remains unique, and it's not so easy to copy him. Here are 9 Batman knock-offs that totally miss why Batman works.