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Absolute Ronin - Frank MillerA samurai in New York (274 words)
by daemonicragnorak - written on 26/04/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Frank Miller is regarded as one of the best comic writers of all time and all of us have come across his work, even if only in films. He is the writer responsible for the 300 and Sin City graphics novels, as well as the revolutionary Dark Knight Returns. In Ronin he teams up with Lynn Varley, after working with her to produce the Dark Knight books, to produce this rather obscure piece of work about a master-less samurai fighting to kill a demon called Agat. The first part of the story is set an Japan's history which results in the Ronin and Agat being held captive inside a magic sword. It then propels us into the future, in the middle of New York, where it has become ...
Ronin Comics in GeneralSwords, Honour & Sci-Fi (140 words)
by Biscuit_Head - written on 16/02/01, updated on 16/02/01 (Useful, 57 readings)
While Frank Miller is perhaps best known for "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns", I found Ronin to be at least as entertaining, perhaps even more so, though sadly it is far less publicised. I found the story enthralling from start to finish, and interspersed with plenty of unpredictable twists. Miller’s bleak ...
Sin City Comics in GeneralFilm noir on paper (169 words)
by TimothyC - written on 16/07/00, updated on 16/06/05 (Useful, 54 readings)
when compared to Frank Miller’s other works that have full colour, but strange as it may seem it works. The story is very film noir where you will find dames not women and all the men are gritty and tough and the plot, as is the artwork, is simple. It is about Marv who as ugly as he seems gets to go to bed with the ...