David E Kelley's incarnation of Wonder Woman isn't the only version likely never to see the light of day. Recently an image from a never-before-seen Bill Sienkiewicz and Frank Miller pitch was unearthed entitled, simply Wonder Woman: Bondage. It was never sent to DC and was actually never meant to be posted anywhere online either.
Original comic book art has seen jawdropping prices set in recent auctions, but those record-breaking number are usually reserved for covers from Silver Age crusaders like Superman and Spiderman, and rarely anything from the modern era. But that all changed last night.
Before Zack Snyder's 2006 film version of 300, there was Frank Miller's 1998 comic-book version of 300. And before that, there was ... what? Turns out there was a 15-year-old kid who couldn't resist doodling gladiators.
An animated version of the comic book classic Batman: Year One is about to become a reality—and lucky for us, some BIG names are stepping up to lend their voices to the film.
While the Dawn of the Dead remake was the film that first made us take notice of Zack Snyder, his visceral adaptation of Frank Miller's legendary graphic novel 300 made him a Hollywood heavyweight. So why isn't he getting behind the camera for Xerxes, based on Miller's ancient Greek follow-up?
Frank Miller's been talking up taking on Al Qaeda for years. Or at least he's been talking up having the Dark Knight do the job for him, in a 120-page graphic novel that was going to be called Holy Terror, Batman! But now that he's almost done with his years-in-the-making revenge tale, it turns out Batman won't be the star of it.
If you didn't get enough amped-up, dining-in-hell action from 300, then prepare your appetites for the follow-up film, Xerxes. According to Zack Snyder, Xerxes isn't quite a prequel and isn't quite a sequel, but promises to be every bit as stylish as the original.
Frank Miller will be returning to the world of 300 in a six-part comic-book series which could lead to another feature film.
Check out new art for Miller's upcoming Sin City reissues.
Isaac Asimov, Harlan Ellison and others get namechecked by the series about FBI profilers.