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The Spirit is a 2008 American neo-noir superhero film written and directed by Frank Miller and starring Gabriel Macht, Eva Mendes, Sarah Paulson, Dan Lauria, Paz Vega, Scarlett Johansson, and Samuel L. Jackson. The film is based on the newspaper comic strip The Spirit, by Will Eisner, and produced by OddLot and Lionsgate Films. The Spirit was released to theaters in the United States on December 25, 2008, and on DVD and Blu-ray on April 14, 2009.
Frank Miller (born January 27, 1957) is an American comic book writer, penciller and inker, novelist, screenwriter, film director, and producer best known for his comic book stories and graphic novels such as Ronin, Daredevil: Born Again, The Dark K. .
Presenting all of Miller's hand-drawn storyboard artwork for The Spirit-almost seven hundred individual pieces of.There are over 250,000 copies of Frank Miller's 300 in circulation! Hardcover (Horizontal Format), 11-in. 360 pages, full color.
Presenting all of Miller's hand-drawn storyboard artwork for The Spirit-almost seven hundred individual pieces of art in total-alongside his screenplay for the film, this volume is the most exhaustive exploration ever published of this comic-book legend's creative process. Witness the evolution from idea to page to screen as this exhaustive chronicle gives you a front-row view of a master at work.
Exclusive: Spirit Storyboard Sketches. Frank Millers' drawings of The Spirit. Miller storyboarded the entire film before it was shot, and we have two of his sketches, from the new "The Spirit: The Movie Visual Companion" book from Titan Books. Exclusive: Spirit Storyboard Sketches. By Helen O'Hara Posted 19 Dec 2008. The first picture shows the Spirit (Gabriel Macht) and the Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson) squaring off on the Central City mudflats in a major sequence early in the movie. The latter shows the Spirit alone on a rooftop.
of Frank Miller's earliest comics work. These are some very early stories in the career of a man who would eventually (elsewhere) come to redefine the comic book medium. Sure, Marvel is pushing this not only on Miller's name (and the furor over his Dark Knight Returns 2) but also because it's Spider-Man, for gosh sakes. But if you want to see where Miller's style (both writing and artistic) evolved from, this is the book. Thus these stories are not the timeless classics on the level of (or even close to) "Dark Knight Returns," "Batman Year One," "Sin City," or "300. In fact, in one case, you don't even get to read the entire story.
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Frank Miller - Batman Art - Fashionable and trending Batman Art - Frank Miller. Frank Miller's original sketch of the Carrie Kelly Robin and the aging Batman from The Dark Knight Returns. Fantasy Anime Batman Comics Batman Poster Heros Comics Bd Comics Batman Batman Superman Batman Comic Art Batman Artwork. His Dark Knight depictions of Batman were used for the recent Trilogy.
What maketh The Spirit? As Frank Miller's comic-book spectacular arrives in cinemas, wet your whistle with an exclusive gallery of behind-the-scenes shots, storyboard sketches and original Will Eisner artwork. Published: 9:28 AM. The Spirit: an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look. Frank Miller's adaptation of the antique comic strip by Will Eisner is brash, noisy and so alarmingly ill-paced that it should with a software package that allows viewers to recut it as they see fit. Published: 7:24 AM. The Spirit.