Tag Frank Miller

Writers

Honestly, I’m not even sure how valid my observation is this week. I’m doing it by feel, this is the way I feel about the subject and I’ve somehow morphed this feeling and lack of awareness into a full-blown summation…

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Week 4: Being Frank

So this whole post started off innocently enough, I liked this Frank Brunner splash and this Frank Cho splash so I thought I’d add one or two more Franks’s and give it a cute name like Being Frank. Whoa! There…

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Covered 365: Day 298

Wonder Woman #298, DC Comics, December 1982. Artist: Frank Miller. Frank Miller’s cover to Wonder Woman #298 is certainly attention-grabbing and wins the day for its shock factor. Kevin Nowlan gives us a stylistic cover to Hulk #298 that I…

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Covered 365: Day 285

Amazing Spider-Man #285, Marvel Comics, February 1987. Artist: Mike Zeck. Mike Zeck! I didn’t realize he had so many great covers, well he obviously had a thing for rooftops and I like the results on his cover to Amazing Spider-Man…

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Covered 365: Day 255

World’s Finest #255, DC Comics, March 1979, Artist: Jim Aparo. I’ve caught myself looking at your picks for the next day and felt they were swaying my decisions, it’s like I wanted to be nice to everybody. Well, it doesn’t…

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Covered 365: Day 241

Captain America #241, Marvel Comics, January 1980, Artist: Frank Miller. Frank Miller’s cover to Captain America #241 has always been a standout and its always been an in-demand book. The dream team of Neal Adams pencils and Bernie Wrightson inks…

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Covers 365: Day 223

Avengers #223, Marvel Comics, September 1982. Artist: Ed Hannigan. For you guys that follow the Undervalued Spotlight you might have suspected I would pick this. Ed Hannigan’s cover is awesome, Nuff said. Nice to see Andy Warhol do a cover…

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Covered 365: Day 203

Amazing Spider-Man #203, Marvel Comics, April 1980. Artist: Frank Miller and Jim Mooney. I clearly recall trying to hoard Amazing Spider-Man #203, I thought Dazzler was a character on the rise and a very early appearance embedded in the Amazing…

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Superman: Year One

I just picked up issue one of Superman Year One by Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. This is one of DC’s new Black Label imprint, which features stories outside of DC’s regular continuity and geared towards a more discerning,…

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Covered 365: Day 187

Avengers #187, Marvel Comics, September 1979. Artist: John Byrne. I lined up a bunch of great covers including House of Mystery #186 and Amazing Spider-Man #186 but none were as visually impactful as John Byrne’s great cover to Avengers #187. Superman…

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Covered 365: Day 179

Daredevil #179, Marvel Comics, February 1982, Artist: Frank Miller/Klaus Jansen. Frank Miller and Klaus Jansen combine to make this visually stunning, and alarming if you are a Daredevil fan, cover for Daredevil #179. Beast mode for Neal Adams on House…

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Fan Expo Toronto Sept 2018

I went to this year’s Fan Expo looking, as I always do, for some series that I either missed, or didn’t know existed, and this year was no exception. Now I am usually art driven first and story second. Jackson”Butch”…

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Born Again

So, I was looking through one of my bookcases full of graphic novels, artists profiles, Jack Kirby Collectors et cetera, for something to peruse and ran my fingers across the TPB of Daredevil Born Again. My finger stopped. My mind…

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