The Fixer is the name of the Batman-replacement lead in Holy Terror. I got in an argument about that book in Phoenix Comic Con. I believe that it’s a remarkable modern day comics work that plays with the medium to its full extent to deliver an incredibly impactful story. Not everyone agrees.
But what I didn’t know was the origins of The Fixer. Long before Holy Terror, long before Dark Knight or Year One, Frank Miller drew a strip for his high school newspaper.
Here are a couple from 1972, uploaded to Reddit and reassembled by Bleeding Cool…
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