Frank Miller Presents

Frank Miller has been one of the biggest names in comics for the last forty years and he’s finally launching his own indie publishing label.

Miller has inspired so many artists over the years, he helped reinvent Batman and turned him into the Dark Knight. His self-created works such as Sin City and 300 have had major movie deals and now he’s taking up the mantle of Editor-in-chief at the new label.

Frank Miller Presents won’t only feature Millers’ new works but he’s also going to be curating his other artists’ work and will be mentoring them along the way which will keep his style going for another generation of artists and writers.

He’s not on his own either, he’s going to be working with Dan DiDio who was c-publisher at DC comics for over a decade. Both have huge amounts of experience and contacts to make sure the new publishing label has a running start.

Two titles have already been mentioned, one will be Sin City 1858 which will be wild west type series set in the city’s past.

The other will be a long-overdue sequel to Ronin which was one of Millers first creator-owned books originally published with DC.

It’s not yet confirmed if Miller will be writing and drawing both these titles himself or if he will be overlooking the production.

At the moment none of the new titles have release dates but we can probably expect the first to hit maybe Q4 of 2022 with any luck.

Although some of Millers’ work has caused some controversy over the years I’m sure the vast majority of comic readers will be very excited to see Miller returning to comics. Although this could mean the end of Millers’ Dark Knight comics which helped define the modern-day Batman.

 

Posted by Adi Mursec on May 1, 2022

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