Long-time Comic POW! readers will remember our look at The Dark Knight Returns in which we examined, among other things, how it was shaped by the fact that it came out in the 1980s as 24-hour cable television was beginning its rise to prominence. At Baltimore Comic-Con this year Frank Miller was invited to speak about his experience of putting the classic book together. It was moderated by DC publisher Dan Didio and Mr. Miller was joined by inker Klaus Janson.

By Eric Mesa

Eric was an avid comic reader in the late 1990s. He then took a hiatus from comic reading until 2011 when he dove head-first back into comics. Back in the 90s Eric only read Marvel comics although he loved Batman: The Animated Series. After a 2 year dalliance (2011-2013) with Marvel and DC, Eric now almost exclusively reads Image Comics.

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