LJ Talks to Comics Legend Frank Miller

“I really fell in love with him because he was the hero who had to work the hardest. He couldn’t fly or lift cars over his head or anything like that. He had to do combat and everything else the old-fashioned way. I liked him because he was an effort character.”

Graphic Novels from Claveloux, Miller & Co., and Scott & Others | Xpress Reviews

This explicitly adult pop-art fantasia delivers emotional insight and imaginative visuals; Miller and company have brought their best work; this will still certainly satisfy those who want more of the short-lived Ninth Doctor

Graphic Novels from Darrow & others, Fialkov & Infurnari, Hanshaw, & Pérez & Co. | Xpress Reviews

Knock-down, drag-out fights on a mammoth scale; a riveting series that draws you in; Wonder Women Omnibus showcases a great anthology of storytelling and collaborative efforts

Graphic Novels: Chambers & Culbard, Conner, MacLean, Miller & Janson, and Reed | Xpress Reviews

An adaptation of Chambers’s work, stick around for Harley Quinn, MacLean’s work is refreshing and unique, Batman enthusiasts will love his story in black and white, Ms. Marvel will keep die-hard fans happy

Fraction/Zdarsky, Knisley, Kon, Miller/Varley & Others | Graphic Novels Reviews, March 15, 2015

An award-winning rarity from Fraction and Zdarsky, Goetzinger takes us inside the House of Dior, Kon is accomplished and complex, Miller and Varley’s Ronin is mature, ingenious, and dazzling, Padua’s extravaganza delights.

Geeky Friday: Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Mad Max Reboot, Universal Monsters Blu-ray

Geeky Friday: Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Mad Max Reboot, Universal Monsters Blu-ray