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"Sin City" (2005) Opening sequence monologue

Robert Rodriguez’s movie adaptation of Frank Miller comic of the same name, stays true to the character/s monologue throughout the movie.  An underestimated skill in script writing and also story telling as a precursor to character interactions.


10 Reviews for Succedaneum - Living Like A Vampire on Amazon.com!

Hooray! I have ten reviews for my first book, Succedaneum – Living Like A Vampire, on Amazon.com! Slowly but surely we’re getting there. I also have three on Amazon.au, three on Amazon.co.uk and two on Amazon.nl., so I have eighteen in total. 530 more words


Comic: The Dark Knight Returns

Για σήμερα σας έχουμε ένα comic σταθμό, που μαζί με το Batman Year One και  το The Killing Joke θεωρείται η αγία τριάδα των ιστοριών του Batman. 36 more words


Sin City, Volume 1: The Hard Goodbye

by Frank Miller
Paperback EditionRead August 5, 2015

Original Release Date: June 1992

Length: 208 pages

Official Description:

The first volume of the crime-comic megahit that introduced the now-infamous Marv and spawned a blockbuster film returns in a newly redesigned edition, with a brand-new cover by Frank Miller-some of his first comics art in years! 372 more words


Review: The Dark Knight Returns

Irgendwann ist es einfach genug. Als Bruce Wayne eines Abends beim Zappen zwischen den Kanälen von einer Verbrechensmeldung zur nächsten gerät, zerbricht das sorgfältig gepflegte, immer poröser gewordene Mantra von der angeblichen Überwindung seines Alter Ego bereitwillig in tausend Stücke. 1,334 more words

Wie Ich Es Sehe

The Dark Knight Returns Collector’s Edition Box Set

The anniversary celebration of Frank Miller’s epic interpretation of the Dark Knight’s future continues with this new slipcase edition at DC’s Deluxe Edition trim size that reprints each issue of the original Dark Knight Returns miniseries in its own hardcover volume, all in a beautifully designed slipcase. 106 more words

Comic Books

The Dark Knight Returns Sketch

Frank Miller’s 1986 “The Dark Knight Returns” was the comic that made me love comics. It has influenced countless amounts of people since its release. This morning I sketched one of my favorite panels from memory.