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NYCC ’15: The Dark Knight 30th Anniversary w/ Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and more


For those who missed it on twitter, our intrepid leader Heidi MacDonald was on the ground at the anniversary panel for The Dark Knight, where The Dark Knight III: The Master Race was on everyone’s mind. The panel had a few surprises in store, including an appearance by Frank Miller himself.

Here’s the rundown:



A few other details that surfaced from that panel:

  • Jim Lee revealed that the second bound mini-comic will be illustrated by Azzarello’s long-time collaborator Eduardo Risso (a very exciting development for this 100 Bullets fan)
  • There will be another showdown between Miller’s version of Batman and Green Lantern. Possible shades of All Star Batman and Robin?
  • On the collaborative nature of Miller and Azzarello’s writing partnership, Miller said: “I’m not being modest; I’m consulting, this is Brian’s show.”
  • And how the two initially came to be as a team, Azzarello said: “Frank was interested in revisiting this stuff, and he was interested in me visiting with him. I went over to Frank’s studio, we talked about this story, and it sounded like a pretty fun project to be working on together.”

To say I’m very excited to get more Miller-Janson art in my life is an understatement. I don’t think it’s terribly controversial to say they’re one of the great artistic teams in the history of the medium. I may be more excited for The Atom mini-comic than even the main book itself, though I am interested to see Azzarello play in this toybox a bit.


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