frankmillerGeoff Boucher of the LA Times does the journalistic thing, and calls Frank Miller for comment on the ALL-STAR BATMAN #10 controversy:

The issue was written by Frank Miller who didn’t even know about the dustup until we called him. “This is the first I’ve heard of it. I have no idea how this awful thing happened. It’s just one of those terrible and glorious things that happen time to time in publishing.”

Miller, caught as he was about to jet to Germany to promote THE SPIRIT, wants to get three copies for his own personal collection.

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  1. “It’s just one of those terrible and glorious things that happen time to time in publishing.”

    Terrible AND glorious?

    As a fan of the pulps, I appreciate Frank’s Shadow-inspired look.

  2. Yes … indeed great names (and minds) … arf arf …

    Frank knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men. Or Hollywood.

  3. That Fox channel’s report actually wasn’t too bad. They got somebody from an LCS to comment, and allowed her to make the point that ASBAR isn’t a kids book in the first place. I’m pleasantly surprised.

  4. Holy crap.. er.. Batman. That Fox News report was at one of the local comic shops. Doesn’t look like the closer one I called about hunting down a copy (to no avail). Maybe Harvard Square? Anyway, nice to hear the comic shop clerk pointing out that Miller’s comic isn’t for kids anyway.

    And, yes, Frank is looking kinda awesomely like The Shadow.

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