Tag Archive: Frank Miller

Apr 25 2015

DC Comics confirms Frank Miller’s ‘Dark Knight III: The Master Race’ for Fall 2015

DC Comics confirmed today that Frank Miller will write the the conclusion to his Dark Knight saga, when THE DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE drops as an 8-issue mini-series beginning US Fall 2015. He will be joined by writer Brian Azzarello on the project. “Batman remains my favorite comic book hero and a sequel to Dark …

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Apr 08 2015

Where to Start Reading: Comic companions to Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ for Netflix

Marvel’s DAREDEVIL for Netflix is set to bring the Man Without Fear back to life, the first live action depiction of the character since 2003’s film with Ben Affleck. The 13 episode series stars Charlie Cox in the titular role of Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil), and launches the TV universe that will include AKA Jessica Jones, Luke …

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Sep 22 2014

Behind The Panels Issue 110 – Batman: Year One (Live at Oz Comic-Con Sydney)

Welcome to Behind the Panels, the comic book show that’s coming to you live from Oz Comic Con. In this issue, Supergirl might come to TV, writer and beard enthusiast Alan Moore writes a book and the new Batmobile is sighted. THEN Wolverine is still not dead, things get pretty ‘Fly’ and ‘Some Kinds of …

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Sep 03 2014

Film Review: Sin City – A Dame to Kill For

The long-awaited sequel makes a few sins of its own in a faithful yet uninspiring retread of Frank Miller’s classic series. It’s been almost a decade since Sin City burst onto our screens with a swagger that only comes from something truly original. In the development hell of the intervening years, countless imitators have come and …

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Jun 24 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 98 – The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot

In this issue, prepare for some pulp fiction Marvel teams up with the Florida Department of Citrus. THEN Grant Morrison enters a contest for the longest title of a DC comic as The Multiversity: The Society of Super-Heroes: Conquerors of the Counter-World. ALSO it’s Original Sin, Futures End and more in what we’ve been reading. PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick …

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Mar 10 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 91 – 300

Welcome to Issue 91 of Behind the Panels, the comic book show that tried to dine in Hell, but couldn’t get reservations. In this issue, Scarlet Johannson’s Avengers scenes get bumped because of baby news. Fox and Marvel are currently discussing joint custody rights. THEN it’s a new Batman game from Rocksteady, where you get …

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Mar 08 2014

Film Review: 300 – Rise of an Empire

The mostly unlikely sequel acts as a companion piece to 300, bringing with it more of Miller’s trademark broads, blood and blades by swapping Spartans for Athenians.  Zack “Snack” Snyder‘s adaptation of Frank Miller and Lynn Varley’s 300 was an almost literal interpretation of the graphic novel origins, a vision that could come from nothing else …

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Mar 07 2014

First trailer for ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’

“Just another Saturday night.” So begins our first glimpse at Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Robert Rodriguez’s long-awaiting follow-up to 2005’s Sin City, the visually stunning adaptation of Frank Miller’s series of hard-boiled and gritty slices of pulp heaven. Featuring almost all of the original cast, the official synopsis keeps the story simple: …

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Jan 27 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 85 – The Dark Knight Strikes Again

In this first issue for 2014, it’s the return of Chris Claremont! Expect a 12-part crossover series of his origin from Marvel. THEN, Ant-Man takes Batman Vs. Superman’s old release date. That’s a joke that writes itself. ALSO, what we’ve been reading, we get tongue twisted with the news headlines PLUS our Kick-Ass Pick of …

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Aug 25 2013

The History of Green Arrow Part 3 – Detectives and Dark Knights (1980 – 1986)

It was the best of times and the worst of times for Green Arrow in the 1980s. Entering his fourth decade of his publication history, he was still yet to see his own solo title. Firmly established as the radical left-wing voice of the DC Comics universe, the late 1970s saw him slightly more domesticated …

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Jul 23 2013

List of 5: Wolverine comics you should read

First introduced in 1974 in the pages of The Incredible Hulk, he was introduced to the X-Men in the pages of Giant X-Men #1 in 1975, and soon became a staple of Chris Claremont‘s historic run that followed. Now the character is quite literally everywhere, occupying several of his own monthly titles, along with various X-Men and Avengers …

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