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There’s a deadly menace somewhere in Empire City and The Fixer only has until dawn to save his town – and civilization as we know it!

Legendary Comics presents an all-out, head-busting, bone-breaking, neck-snapping brawl of a tale from the one of the most celebrated storytellers of the medium, Frank Miller. Years in the making, Holy Terror features a desperate and brutal quest of a hero as he is forced to run down an army of murderous zealots in order to stop a crime against humanity.

From the bestselling, critically-acclaimed writer/artist Frank Miller, creator of Sin City, 300, and The Dark Knight Returns.

By Frank Miller

Price: $29.99
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Avg Rating: 2.4
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  1. Absolutely.

  2. finally.

  3. No.

  4. Only 36 people so far want to read more Frank Miller Batman. Guess All-Star really WAS that bad

  5. i’ll try it, but not this week, and only if i can get it on sale.

  6. this has been on stock at amazon for several days

  7. I got it in the mail today and just finished it.


    the messiest and roughest FM art to date. but still overwhelmingly beautiful.

    very bad writing. I rolled my eyes twice.

    soaking up all the art, I read it in about 50 minutes.

    every character (besides al-qaeda and the real-life political figures) is a substitute for a gotham character.

    does what Winwick just did in Catwoman, but a lot more brutally S&M.

    feels a bit incomplete, with fantastical revelations near the end which make you want more.

    and after all that, still pretty good. mostly cause of the art.

    get it used. or cheaper on amazon like i did.

  8. 30 bucks for a roll at the dice. I don’t know…

  9. The reviews so far from critics have made this sound like a TERRIBLE book. Even though a bad Miller is apparently still good in the art department.

    I’ll give it a try eventually but probably when it quickly goes into a bargin item bin.

  10. i am so excited for this book, and i have no idea why. maybe because it’s been in the works for ten years, maybe because its some new Miller, I’m just excited for this. and it NOT being Batman might make some of the crazy a little more forgivable.

  11. This screams “library” so loudly I can hear it with my headphones on.

  12. I want to read but not buy it, so the library or *cough* p2p *cough* may be my only options.

    Reason for not buying: It is about terrorism and propaganda. Mainstream news already does a lot of that.

  13. “Only 36 people so far want to read more Frank Miller Batman. Guess All-Star really WAS that bad”

    Ha, I will say, Frank is perhaps my favorite comics writer, and I honestly don’t want to read more Batman from him after Strikes Back and All-Star.

    But, this looks like it has potential, and Frank is the man so he’s earned a shot here. But yeah, it really has been maybe 10, 15 years since I’ve loved a Miller comic. Well, I’ve read his classic stuff for the first time in that time frame, but you know what I’m sayin’.

    This looks crazy enough to maybe work.

  14. Last week we got a New Teen Titans hardback for $25 that was packed with art and story and awesomeness.

    This week we get this book, $30 for an ultra-sparse book devoid of story and storytelling. I was beyond disappointed looking through this. There is no way in hell I’m paying $30 for this. Maybe $5 would have been a better price. What a shame.

  15. So I hear this pretty insanely racist…


  16. Ugh. Sounds like a waste to me. Then again, Year One notwithstanding, I’ve never been a huge fan of Miller’s writing. In fact, this book sounds like 300: great art at the service of an enitirely disposable story filled with unnecessary violence, Sigh.

  17. I don’t get why there such a fuss made about two people having sex and a woman in a string bikini, and no one seems to be pointing out shit like this stupidly racist hateful piece of crap (with some good art, sure).

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