This Biography is about one of the best Writers Frank Miller including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Frank Miller|
|Real Name||Frank Miller|
|Personal life of Frank Miller|
|Born on||27 January 1957|
|Born in||Olney, Maryland, U.S.|
|Net worth||$40 million|
|Awards||1995 – Eisner Awards for Best Short Story
1991 – Eisner Awards Best for Finite Series/Limited Series
1991 – Eisner Awards for Best Graphic Album
1993 – Eisner Awards for Best Graphic Album
1991 – Eisner Awards for Best Writer/Artist
1991 – Eisner Awards for Best Artist
1986 – Kirby Awards for Best Single Issue
1987 – Kirby Awards for Best Graphic Album
1986 – Kirby Awards for Best Writer/Artist
1996 – Harvey Awards for Best Continuing or Limited Series
1998 – Harvey Awards for Best Graphic Album of Original Work 1997 – Harvey Awards Best Domestic Reprint Project
2005 – Palme d’Or
2006 – The Comic-Con Icon Award
|Personal Fact of Frank Miller|
Frank Miller is a writer, artist and film director of American origin. He is popular for his dark comic book stories and graphic works of Ronin and Batman : The Dark Knight Returns. Due to rising popularity of his comic series Sin City, he directed and produced an eponymous crime thriller film. He also wrote the script of Hollywood’s science fiction action films RoboCop 2 and RoboCop 3.
He is against the idea of combining naturalism in comic art. Darker themes and stories were the noteworthy features of his work on Daredevil, a fictional superhero. During the publication of miniseries Ronin, he proved his ability as a multitalented person by acting as a writer, penciller, editor, designer and supervisor at the printer. The adult-themed Ronin became more popular than his Batman series.
His four-part storyline Batman: Year One proves his ability as an innovative comics artist. His influential art style has been adapted into a sequence of an episode of Batman: The Animated Series. Inspired by the 1962 film The 300 Spartans, he created 300, a comic book miniseries. Due to its popularity, director Zack Snyder adopted the story of 300 into a successful film.