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Frank Miller

American comic book writer
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Net worth 2018: $45 Million
Industry: Writers
Residence: Olney, Maryland, U.S.
Country: United States
BirthDay: 27 January 1957
Sigh: Aquarius
Height: 1.86 m

Frank Miller was bornon 27 January 1957 in Olney, Maryland, U.S., American, is American comic book writer. Frank Miller is a writer, artist and film director of American origin. He is popular for his dark comic book stories and graphic works of “Ronin” and “Batman : The Dark Knight Returns”. Due to rising popularity of his comic series “Sin City”, he directed and produced an eponymous crime thriller film. He also wrote the script of Hollywood’s science fiction action films ‘RoboCop 2’ and ‘RoboCop 3’. He is against the idea of combining naturalism in comic art. Darker themes and stories were the noteworthy features of his work on Daredevil, a fictional superhero. During the publication of miniseries “Ronin”, he proved his ability as a multitalented person by acting as a writer, penciller, editor, designer and supervisor at the printer. The adult-themed “Ronin” became more popular than his Batman series. His four-part storyline “Batman: Year One” proves his ability as an innovative comics artist. His influential art style has been adapted into a sequence of an episode of ‘Batman: The Animated Series’. Inspired by the 1962 film ‘The 300 Spartans’, he created “300”, a comic book miniseries. Due to its popularity, director Zack Snyder adopted the story of “300” into a successful film.


$45 Million


After their divorce in 2005, he has developed a romantic relationship with Kimberly Halliburton Cox


Inspired by the 9/11 terrorist attacks, he created “Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again” in 2001


His “300”, a comic book miniseries appeared in 1999


In association with Darrow, his comics work appeared on “Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot” in 1995


In 1993, along with artist John Romita, he worked on a five issue miniseries of “Daredevil: Man Without Fear” under the publication of Marvel Comics


In 1990, together with artist Dave Gibbons, he published “Give Me Liberty”, sci-fi parable


In 1987, along with artist David Mazzuccelli, he published the four -part storyline “Batman : Year One” that earned him wide recognition


In 1986, his portrayal of Batman in his groundbreaking series “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” reflects his modern approach towards this fictional character


His self-created graphic miniseries “Ronin” for which he wrote the story and created drawing appeared between 1983 and 1984


Along with writer Chris Claremont, he created the miniseries “Wolverine” for September-December 1982 issue


In October 1981 issue of Marvel Comics, he authored and drew a solo Elektra story in “Bizarre Adventurers”


At that time, he made drawing for “Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man” for February-March 1979 issue


After joining Marvel Comics, he created comics work on the 17-page story “The Master Assassin of Mars, Part 3” in “John Carter, Warlord of Mars” for November 1978 issue

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