The Dark Knight Returns Graphic Novel Sales Soar

When Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns graphic novel was released, it was a revelation to superhero fans. I can still recall when it came out back in the eighties and it was the hottest thing since sliced bread for comic freaks everywhere. I also felt this was the beginning of the darker Batman we eventually saw in the first Tim Burton film, and of course the Christopher Nolan films that followed. 

Review: The promises of The Dark Knight Returns

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns is based on the Frank Miller graphic novel by the same name (actually four books, starting with The Dark Knight Returns), which is set in the same version of Gotham as Frank Miller's Batman: Year One.

Dark Knight Returns clip rushes the bat

Warner Bros. has released a clip teasing the upcoming conclusion to its animated Batman adventure.

Video: Dark Knight Returns is the law

Warner Bros. and DC Comics have released a clip for their upcoming animated Batman film.

Dark Knight Returns clip hangs back

Warner Bros. and DC Comics have released a clip for their upcoming animated Batman film.

Dark Knight Returns trailer goes gray

Warner Bros. and DC Comics have released a teaser trailer for their upcoming animated Batman film.

Alan Moore vs. Harry Potter

Some time back we reported that Alan Moore, famed creator of The Watchmen and V for Vendetta, and Frank Miller, father of the Dark Knight graphic novel, had gotten into a heated exchange of words over the Occupy movement.

Sin City sequel is starting to take shape

Last month it was announced that the sequel to the 2005 hit comic book adaptation was out of development, and would begin shooting this summer.

Daredevil film gets new writer

Last summer, the upcoming Daredevil adaptation recruited Brad Caleb Kane, the writer-producer of Fringe, to start on the screenplay. Now they appear to have started over with a new writer, David James Kelly.

OccupyWallStreet hits the comic world

Unless you're living in a cave, you just can't avoid reports of the OccupyWallStreet (OWS) movement. 

It's also inflamed two major graphic novels superstars: Alan Moore (V for Vendetta,  Watchmen), and Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns, 300, Sin City).

Miller's terrorist fighter finds a new home

Frank Miller, writer of some of the best comic books and graphic novels of the last thirty years, infamously penned a work which DC would not touch.

Daredevil film gets writer, plot synopsis

The new ‘reboot, but not really a reboot’ Daredevil film will be written by Brad Caleb Kane.