Frank Miller recently announced that he’s begun work on another Dark Knight Returns graphic novel. He’s already raised a few flags for readers and activists about the content of graphic novel, including racism, sexism, and class structure.
Looking at some of his more recent work, what should readers expect in Frank Miller’s anticipated, yet cautiously wary, Dark Knight Returns sequel?
While Miller was great in his prime when he wrote The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year one, now-a-days, his work of writing is really bad. Not only is his writing boring and unstructured,but his female characters are just become sex objects for him. Plus, it seems like he has no respect for other countries that are not America. Just look at his book Holy Terror for example. – Aaron Hatch6 years ago
I find it strange that they'd attempt another sequel when the first sequel The Dark Knight Strikes Again was a bomb. I imagine it has something to do with the fact Dawn of Justice will be borrowing from The Dark Knight Returns. – Cagney6 years ago