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Frank Miller

Biography
Frank Miller has been working professionally on comics since 1976, when at the age of 19 he moved to New York City from his hometown in Vermont to be closer to the publishers he hoped to work for. Within eight years, Miller had revamped Marvel's Daredevil and was bringing literary respect to a genre of comics that was almost entirely boiled down to imitation. And a few years later, with the haunting and titanic Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Miller unwittingly revitalized the superhero genre and launched himself toward creative superstardom.

Five years later Miller became one of modern comic's first talents to publish a comic book that he created, crafted, and owned. That book was Sin City, which grew from the wellspring of Miller's passionate desire to create a comic book with two distinct qualities -- it wouldn't be a superhero comic, and it had to be a crime comic.

More recently, with a series called 300, Miller crafted a rich, bold, fictionalized retelling of one battle of the Persian-Greco war, and brought his love for ancient Greece and its caped Spartan heroes to the forefront of a medium where capes are too often accompanied by tights and X-ray vision. 300 has been a phenomenal success, both inside the comics industry and with mainstream audiences.

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Available Titles

 Frank Miller's 300
 Sin City: The Hard Goodbye (vol. 1)
 Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (vol. 2)
 Sin City: The Big Fat Kill (vol. 3)
 Sin City: That Yellow Bastard (vol. 4)
 Sin City: Family Values (vol. 5)
 Sin City: Booze, Broads & Bullets (vol. 6)
 Sin City: Hell and Back (vol. 7)

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