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|Named Person:||Frank Miller; Frank Miller|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frank Miller; Milo George
|Description:||131 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction / Elvis Mitchell --
Interview 1. 'I almost wish I was doing Gotham City instead of New York because then I would have total freedon' / 1961 conducted by Dwight Decker --
Interview 2. 'I've often thought what a delight it would be to do a graphic novel, maybe a hundred pages long in black-and-white' / 1985 conducted by Kim Thompson --
Interview 3. 'As far as I know the comics industry has never done a fucking thing for the First Amendment' / 1987 main interview conducted by Gary Groth --
Interview 4. 'To me now it would be strange to write and draw a comic book that took it for granted that somebody could fly' / 1998 conducted by Christopher Brayshaw --
Interview 5. 'To me it's wasteful to take geniunely original talent and apply it to old, work-made-for hire- material, if you've got a choice about it' / 1998 conducted by Gary Groth --
Interview 6. 'Seriously for at least the forseeable future September 11 is the whole point of my work. I'm going to play around with doing some propagandizing'/ 2003 conducted by Gary Groth --
Essay: New blood: a Frank Miller Career Overview / Larry Rodman.
|Series Title:||Comics journal library, 2.|
|Responsibility:||[edited by Milo George].|