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Frank Miller's Sin City Gets Deluxe 30th Anniversary Collections and Frank Miller taps Concept Art House and Gala Games for 30th anniversary Sin City NFT collectibles

Frank Miller's Sin City Gets Deluxe 30th Anniversary Collections and Frank Miller taps Concept Art House and Gala Games for 30th anniversary Sin City NFT collectibles. Frank Miller taps Concept Art House and Gala Games for 30th anniversary Sin City NFT collectibles and Frank Miller's Sin City Gets Deluxe 30th Anniversary Collections.
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Best Shots review: Tom Taylor's Batman: The Detective #1 is reminiscent of how blunt Frank Miller can be

Batman: The Detective #1 kicks off with an opening vista from Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson of a plane attempting to chart a course through a thick plumage of dark clouds. It's an ominous image, suggesting there are no clear skies on the horizon any time soon, a fact which is certainly true for that flight's passengers – en-route to London from Gotham – who find their journey being hijacked.
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Exclusive: Watch Robert Kirkman Interview Frank Miller About His Career, From Batman to Hollywood, on Collider Connections

If you’re a comic book fan, you know Frank Miller’s name. Over the course of his decades-spanning career, Miller’s work on Daredevil, Elektra, Batman (especially The Dark Knight Returns), Wolverine, Sin City, 300, and too many other things to mention here have influenced countless people around the world and brought in tons of new readers to the medium. In addition, it wasn’t just Miller’s hard-boiled storytelling that inspired readers, he’s also a brilliant artist and inker whose unique style has helped bring mainstream acclaim to comic books. You really can’t overestimate Miller’s influence on comic books.
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74-year-old Frank Miller throws out the first pitch at Bulldogs’ game

Frank Miller displays the ball. Last month, 74-year-old Frank Miller was looking for somebody to throw a baseball with, and his wife Alice put a notice on social media. The Bulldogs baseball team was among the people who responded and several players spent time throwing with Miller one afternoon at Cole Park.
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Boys Varsity Baseball· Mar 4 74-year-old Frank Miller to throw out first pitch at Bulldogs game on Friday

The Bulldogs baseball team and Frank Miller were invited last month by the Texas Rangers for a game of catch at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Frank Miller, the 74-year-old man who was looking for somebody to pitch with and drew a huge response from the community, including the North Dallas baseball team, will throw out the first pitch at Friday’s game against Thomas Jefferson at Higgins Field.
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Alan Moore's surprisingly positive thoughts on Frank Miller, from 1983

Alan Moore and Frank Miller are perhaps two of the best known comic book creators—or at least, two with the most notable personalities. They've both had their properties—creator-owned, and otherwise—adapted into hit movies (for better, and for worse). And they've both been known for expressing, erm, shall we say, unpleasantries and other controversial opinions.