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A house advertisement for Doctor Strange appeared in Marvel Comics cover-dated February 1981.
Miller and artist Bill Sienkiewicz produced the graphic novel Daredevil: Love and War in 1986.
Frank Miller (born ; Maryland, USA).During this time, Miller (along with Marv Wolfman, Alan Moore and Howard Chaykin) had been in dispute with DC Comics over a proposed ratings system for comics.He has since been romantically linked to New York-based Shakespearean scholar Kimberly Halliburton Cox, who had a cameo in The Spirit (2008).Miller and Sienkiewicz also produced the eight-issue miniseries Elektra: Assassin for Epic Comics.In 2007, 300 was adapted by director Zack Snyder into a successful film.Miller was involved in a few unpublished projects in the early 1980s.Frank Miller is an American writer, artist, and film director best known for his dark comic book stories and graphic novels such as Ronin, Daredevil: Born Again, The Dark Knight Returns, Sin City and 300.Other commitments prevented him from working on the series.However, sales on Daredevil did not improve, Marvel's management continued to discuss cancellation, porno lecher une chat and Miller himself almost quit the series, as he disliked McKenzie's scripts.Other fledgling work at DC included the six-page "The Greatest Story Never Told by writer Paul Kupperberg, in that same issue, and the five-page "The Edge of History written by Elliot.
1982 inked by Josef Rubinstein and spinning off from the popular X-Men title.
And so I lobbied for the title and got it".However, this proposal was not accepted.The series was a critical success and further cemented Miller's place as an industry star.Neither was critically well received.The Grand Comics Database does not list this job; there may have been a one-page DC story, or Shooter may have misremembered the page count or have been referring to the two-page story, by writer Roger McKenzie, "Slowly, painfully, you dig your way from the.The Terminator, with art by Walter Simonson.His first published work was at Western Publishing's Gold Key Comics imprint, gotten at the recommendation of comics artist Neal Adams, to whom a fledgling Miller, after moving to New York City, had shown samples and received much critique and occasional informal lessons.
In 1991, Miller started work on his first Sin City story.