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Frank Miller

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2010-03-12 18:33:21 Uthor Suffix none
2010-03-12 18:33:21 Uthor Website http://moebiusgraphics.com/index.php http://frankmillerink.com/
2008-12-12 16:13:46 Bob173 Suffix none
2008-12-12 16:13:46 Bob173 Website http://moebiusgraphics.com/index.php
2008-09-27 14:19:18 DarthSkeptical Suffix none
2008-09-27 14:19:18 DarthSkeptical Bio Despite the fact that his skills have made him powerful enough to make him a virtual auteur force in the comics industry, Frank Miller's early career was pretty rocky. This is evident in his sporadic early work. A few pages here, just pencils there, an occasional inking. Miller's first work in comic books was probably in Gold Key's Twilight Zone in 1978, for which he did the inside art. His first work at Marvel was on John Carter, Warlord of Mars #18, in 1978 and his first work at DC was on Weird War Tales #64. The work that first established Frank Miller as a comic world force to be reckoned with, respected and recognized was his work on Daredevil. Besides being an accomplished and distinguished writer, artist and storyteller, Frank Miller is also one of a handful of creators who is known and recognized outside of the comic book industry. He is outspoken and does not hesitate to give praise to people who are putting out a good product. And as Marvel will testify, he is not afraid to speak out against people who he believes are hurting the industry. Miller has done work for all of the major publishers in the comic industry and has won many awards for his work. Please note that there are at least three Frank Millers who have worked in the medium of sequential art. This article is dedicated to the one most directly related to comic books, and the most modern "Frank Miller" working in the medium. Fortunately credits for the other "Frank Millers" generally predate this Frank Miller's birthday.
Despite the fact that his skills have made him powerful enough to make him a virtual auteur force in the comics industry, Frank Miller's early career was pretty rocky. This is evident in his sporadic early work. A few pages here, just pencils there, an occasional inking. Miller's first work in comic books was probably in Gold Key's Twilight Zone in 1978, for which he did the inside art. His first work at Marvel was on John Carter, Warlord of Mars #18, in 1978 and his first work at DC was on Weird War Tales #64. The work that first established Frank Miller as a comic world force to be reckoned with, respected and recognized was his work on Daredevil. Besides being an accomplished and distinguished writer, artist and storyteller, Frank Miller is also one of a handful of creators who is known and recognized outside of the comic book industry. He is outspoken and does not hesitate to give praise to people who are putting out a good product. And as Marvel will testify, he is not afraid to speak out against people who he believes are hurting the industry. Miller has done work for all of the major publishers in the comic industry and has won many awards for his work.
2006-06-29 09:25:43 condedemontecristo Suffix none
2006-06-29 09:25:43 condedemontecristo Birthplace Olmie, MD USA Olney, Maryland, USA


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