View Poll Results: Writer or Artist?

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  • I prefer his works where he writes and draws; equally talented in both fields.

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Thread: Frank Miller: Better Artist, or Writer?

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    agreed, but as a writer/artist..he is even higher in the ranks.

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    Can't argue with that.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TAURO DA GRIM LATIN View Post
    No one is saying Miller is a weak artist, it's just that there are much better comic book artists out there. But as a writer Miller ranks top of his field.
    just wanted to say this
    bring back begongo!!

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    Miller's artwork has gotten progressively more minimal and grungy---see the later Sin City novels, Dark Knight Strikes Again and his All Star Batman covers---I prefer when he works with other artists, Elektra Assassin, Big Guy and Rusty the Robot, Martha Washington, Batman Year One and All Star Batman would be far less appealing if he drew them.

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    He's my favorite artist. He works best as a writer/artist.







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