Awwww yeah... Miller is back, baby. And it's good.
I'm sure there have already been a few threads about this, but there isn't one right now.
So for those curious, those who haven't read it yet, and those who want to talk about it,
Let's do this.
I'm the Goddamn Frank Miller.
is Lara waifu material?
hehehehe. that made me "wat?" as well.
am I the only one who always screws up the street name captchas?
You don't shiv, spud.
new wallpaper, anyone?
love this one
That's it... I was worried about this project, but this issue has me very excited for the rest of the story. So far it has the potential to be better than DKII, I think. No one make's it as fun to be inside a hero's thoughts as Miller.
What did you guys think?
I know.. it was great seeing his line style again after so long. And I agree about the art... there was some gorgeous coloring in DKII, but the art got a bit out of control. I don't think people's faces are supposed to look like scrambled eggs.
I found The Atom one shot better in every aspect. Its a perfect character establishing one shot.
DKIII on the other hand? Ehhhhh, maybe itll be better read as ine because this issue was pretty slow and the art wasnt anything special
>Miller is back, baby
>phoned in art by Kubert instead of by Miller
>Azzarello clearly doing the majority of the writing
>blatant SJW propaganda within the first couple pages
Nah, son. Nah.
It's definitely incredibly un-Miller, which is a lot of strikes against it.
The main art, the writing style, it's just so off putting. It could be good, but there's an incredible unlikelihood of it ever being awesome, in the ways that anything else by Miller was.
"When they are threatened, we are there, and they name us saviors...
...Until they call us threats.
The same, a hundred times.
A hundred hundred times. We know that, and we still are there for them.
You taught us to be that way."
ok man, whatever you say.
>the art is unmiller
The layouts are completely Miller lots of grids that use the gutters and background to tell the story, I wouldn't be surprised if he did the layouts.
Its Kubert and Janson which looks more Miller than I expected
Web download... personally, I'd rather have the extra cover's in the back so I can enjoy them. I'm always too eager to get to the story and flip past them when they are in the beginning section.