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Miller talks DARK KNIGHT STRIKES BACK
By Christopher Allan Smith
June 25, 2001
Source: Entertainment Weekly
Batman, the aged avenger, in the 1986 classic The Dark Knight Returns
In the new issue of Entertainment Weekly comic book legend Frank Miller, while being chosen as one of the magazines It creators of the moment, talked about two upcoming BATMAN projects: the sequel to his groundbreaking 1986 mini-series BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and adapting his BATMAN: YEAR ONE to the big screen with director Darren Aronofsky (REQUIEM FOR A DREAM).
© 1986 DC Comics
"I see BATMAN as a Wagnerian character," Miller told the magazine. "I take the words larger than life very seriously which is why I draw BATMAN seven feet tall."
He also hinted at future aspirations in film. "The fan in me would love to write a Clint Eastwood movie."