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This masterpiece of comics storytelling brings to life a dark world...and an even darker man. Frank Miller completely reinvents the legend of Batman in his saga of a near-future Gotham City gone to rot, ten years after the Dark Knight's retirement.
From the burning world of Krypton to the bucolic fields of Kansas, the first chapter of SUPERMAN YEAR ONE tracks Clark Kent’s youth in Kansas, as he comes to terms with his strange powers and struggles to find his place in our world. DC BLACK LABEL is proud to present the definitive origin of Superman as rendered by the legendary comics creators Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.!
In 1991, visionary creator Frank Miller continued his shakedown of the comics industry when he premiered his visceral and powerfully charged Sin City series. With Sin City, Miller sent a shock wave through the industry and beyond, stunning critics and amazing readers, the after-affects of which are still being felt today. While Miller is primarily praised for his outstanding stories, it is his breathtaking artwork that continues to shine on. To honor the artist and his groundbreaking work, Dark Horse Maverick is pleased to present Frank Miller: The Art of Sin City, a unique and handsomely bound hardcover coffee table book, containing pieces both published and unpublished -- some never before seen by the public. Printed on glossy 100 lb. coated paper stock and featuring items ranging from preliminary sketches to promotional pieces, this beautiful edition holds everything a Sin City fan, or connoisseur of fine art, could ever hope for.
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It is ten years after an aging Batman has retired and Gotham City has sunk into decadence and lawlessness. Now as his city needs him most, the Dark Knight returns in a blaze of glory. Joined by Carrie Kelly, a teenage female Robin, Batman takes to the streets to end the threat of the mutant gangs that have overrun the city. And after facing off against his two greatest enemies, the Joker and Two-Face for the final time, Batman finds himself in mortal combat with his former ally, Superman, in a battle that only one of them will survive. Frank Miller's BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS in collected here in his and Klaus Janson's gorgeous black and white pencils and inks.
A self-published anthology from Alan Moore's short lived Mad Love Publishing. AARGH! (Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia) was a 76-page one-shot, only Mirror of Love has been collected in reprint.This collection is currently out of print and has had a roster of top comic talent.
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The armies of Persia-a vast horde greater than any the world has ever known-are poised to crush Greece, an island of reason and freedom in a sea of madness and tyranny. Standing between Greece and this tidal wave of destruction are a tiny detachment of but three hundred warriors. Frank Miller's epic retelling of history's supreme moment of battlefield valor is finally collected in its intended format-each two-page spread from the original comics is presented as a single undivided page.
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Elektra Natchios was once Matt Murdock's first love. Then, her father was killed and something went cold inside her. She studied the deadly arts of ninjitsu under the Asian order of the Hand. Then, she betrayed them--and is now their prey. Elektra has become an assassin-fore-hire in New York City, and this has brought her into conflict with her former lover Matt Murdock a.k.a.--Daredevil, Man Without Fear. Will she have the strength to slay him should their paths cross--or will the Hand at last succeed in killing Elektra before that fateful encounter? The answers await...
Elektra. The first woman ever loved by the Daredevil, the man without fear. Her touch was warmth. Her simile was light. Then, her father was murdered., and a soft heart became as stone,. She left this country, driven by rage and grief, to study the many arts of killing with an order of ninja called The Hand -- until she betrayed them. Forced into exile, she came back to the land known as America; now as an assassin-for-hire. And for her crimes, thes tragic, haunted woman is hunted by the one man she has ever cared for, remembered through years of loneliness and denial -- Daredevil. When Elektra confronts her last love, only death can follow.
From that first issue of Dark Horse Presents to the most recent issue of Sin City, Dark Horse has been bringing you the finest in comics entertainment for ten years. To commemorate our 10th anniversary, we're serving up a special treat: an all-new, four-issue miniseries by the best of the best! From the most celebrated creator-owned work to the most popular of our licensed features, each issue is packed with the same kind of excitement that has been the hallmark of Dark Horse since 1986!
BATMAN NOIR: THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN continues writer and artist Frank Miller’s dystopian Batman tale in gritty black-and-white inks as it has never been seen before.It has been three years since the events of The Dark Knight Returns, and everything is just fine. At least on the surface. What the world at large doesn’t know is that it’s a total sham. A perfectly choreographed, pretty little world where everything that’s ugly, or even potentially disturbing, is all nicely wrapped up with neat little ribbons and swept under the carpet. Only he knows better. He’s watched it fester to near-breaking point, and it’s time for the only free man left who can effect any real change to bring it all down around their ears once and for all. The Dark Knight returns once again with a vitality unseen since the first years of his war on crime. Together with his army of Bat-soldiers, including Carrie Kelley—formerly Robin, and now the new Catgirl—the Dark Knight wages a new war on a diseased world that’s become completely lost. Collects Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again #1-3.
Frank Miller once again turns to The Dark Knight in this follow-up to classic Batman comic books The Dark Knight Returns and The Dark Knight Strikes Again.
We've given you thousands of stories. You've picked the best! Here come the 100 Greatest Marvels Of All Time! Heads up, True Believers! In honor of our fantastic 40th Anniversary, we're counting down the 100 best Marvel Comics ever -- and we're reprinting the Top 25 based on your votes! Over 50,000 ballots were sent in to The House, each one hand-counted and tabulated with tenacity by our very own boisterous Bullpen! The results were sealed and guarded by Lockjaw -- until now! What are the top titles that we've ever printed? The voting spanned every era of Marvel majesty -- but we're not saying who came out the winners just yet, gang! The only way to find out is to pick up these handsome reprint collections as we work our way down to what you, the mighty Marvel masses, have deemed the #1, hands-down champion -- the Greatest Marvel Comic Of All Time!
An untold chapter in the life of Elektra unfolds, as Marvel's most mysterious assassin begins her journey in an asylum for the mentally insane. Reality and dreams blur together, as Elektra's once-impenetrable mind buckles under the darkness of her past.
49 pages! Jason, a little boy who comes to realize his parents aren't his parents, and that he's part of a sterile experimental community. Originally produced as a strip for the British Edition of GQ, Bad Boy is now a powerful piece of graphic fiction as only Miller and Bisley can produce!
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Xerxes: The God King! Frank Miller returns to the world of 300 with this sprawling historical epic! Persian King Xerxes sets out to conquer the world to avenge his father Darius's defeat and create an empire, unlike anything the world has ever seen... Until the hardy Greeks produce a god king of their own, Alexander the Great. * Frank Miller writes and draws this long-awaited companion to his masterpiece, 300! * Colored by Alex Sinclair, the colorist for Miller's Dark Knight Master Race, third installment of his Dark Knight Returns master trilogy.
All three stories have appeared in quiet, little places where you probably couldn't find them, and all three are self-contained. For introducing new readers to the streets of Sin City, or for filling the weeks between issues of The Big Fat Kill, Sin City: The Babe Wore Red can't be beat.
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Note: Except for #165-166 that were co-written by Roger McKenzie and Frank Miller, this volume only reprints issues that feature the young "artist" Frank Miller. It wasn't until #168 when Frank Miller took over full writing duties (see Daredevil Visionaries: Frank Miller #2).
Martha Washington -- prisoner, runaway, lunatic, soldier, and now seditionist -- has seen the future. It looks great on paper, but it doesn't work. The U.S. government is controlled by power-hungry nutcases. The ecology is a shambles. Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it... nobody, that is, except PAX and the very expensive weather-control satellite, Harmony.
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He smokes, he drinks, he swears! He lies to women, and they love it! He's Lance Blastoff, and he says, "Get it while you can get it, then get going while the going's good!" Lance Blastoff: Role model for the next millennium! Plus "Daddy's Little Girl," the Sin City story from Decade of Dark Horse!
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