Shortly thereafter, Miller was offered the regular penciling slot on Daredevil's own book. Soon after, Miller took over the writing chores on the title and, during a run of several years, in collaboration with inker Klaus Janson, he created the ninja assassin-for-hire, Elektra. In the early 1980s, Miller attracted further attention as one of the first comic freelancers who braved the field outside the comfortable world of company-owned characters with the creation of Ronin, a futuristic high-tech samurai pop adventure. It was the first of many collaborations with Lynn Varley.
Since then, Miller has added a number of notable projects to his repertoire, including Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, with Janson and Varley; Batman: Year One, illustrated by David Mazzuchelli and colored by Richmond Lewis; Elektra: Assassin, illustrated by Bill Sienkiewicz; Elektra Lives Again, again with Varley; the award-winning Martha Washington miniseries Give Me Liberty, illustrated by Dave Gibbons; and Hard Boiled, illustrated by Geof Darrow.
The Sin City books have garnered numerous awards, including two Harvey awards for Best Graphic Album of Original Work in 1998 and Best Continuing Series in 1996; and six Eisner Awards, including those for Best Writer/Artist, Best Graphic Novel Reprint, Best Cartoonist, Best Cover Artist, Best Limited Series and Best Short Story. Currently, Miller is set to write, direct and produce parts two and three of his feature Sin City.
Frank Miller Facts
|Birthday||January 27, 1957 (62)|
|Birthplace||Olney, Maryland, USA|
|Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For|
|Just Add Rose|
|Just Add Dogs|
|The Pink Conspiracy|
|In Plain Sight|
|On the Town|
|Comix: Beyond the Comic Book Pages|