Sin City, 300, Batman: The Dark Knight and The Spirit. What do these titles all have in common? They are all the product of the mind of Frank Miller, the trailblazing comic artist and writer who took comics to the next level. Elevating comics from the newsstand to the bookstore and, later, the world of film – serious film. Frank Miller created comics that were taken seriously.
If Frank Miller had employed his film-noir style of storytelling and his over-the-top style of artistic violence to major events of history, I’m confident that they would have been ten times more entertaining than the actual events that occurred. Here are some examples of Frank Miller-inspired history.
I know this is horrible, but I couldn’t help but lawl at Rosa’s comic.
BTW Andrew, I know commenting has been down, but I just wanted to let you know that the site still kicks ass, and I still love the ish out of it. You post stuff that I’d NEVER be able to find on Gizmodo or Engadget. Plus, you don’t sound like a smug douche like some of the writers for the other sites.
Seriously, keep at it. I’d be a very sad panda if anything were to happen to Gearfuse.