Sin City: Silent Night - Frank Miller Reviews
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Sin City: Hell and Back - Frank MillerA Sin City Love Story (425 words)
by daemonicragnorak - written on 26/04/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
and he doesn t let anyone get in his way, not even when assassins appear. The scene of colour is because he ends up getting drugged up which allows Frank Miller to have some real fun with the artwork. Along with hallucinating a dinosaur he manages to run into a few familiar faces; expect cameos from Captain America, Rambo, Clint Eastwood, Zorro and all of your favourite Miller characters. Other than this world of colour the artwork is the same as the previous six Sin City books where the only colours are the occasional blue eyes, red lips and blonde hair. After just reading it again for this review I have remembered why I read this one first, not only is it the best ...
All Star Batman and Robin - Frank MillerAll Star? Nope. Try Two Star (1157 words)
by SWSt - written on 08/12/09, updated on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Frank Miller: the man who redefined Batman s early years in Batman: Year One. Frank Miller: the man who redefined the end of Batman s career in The Dark Knight Returns. Frank Miller: the man who seriously misses the mark when it comes to redefining the origins of Batman s partnership with Robin, the Boy Wonder. The All-Star series of titles takes a fresh look at key moments in the lives of well known DC heroes and gives them a fresh spin. Whilst the basic facts familiar to comic fans around the world are adhered to, the authors have a great deal of freedom to add their own ideas and interpretation. I was really excited about the title - Year One and The Dark Knight ...