They’ve worked together before. But never like this.
The mini-comic in Dark Knight III: The Master Race is not drawn by Geof Darrow as solicited. Turns out Geof never agreed to it. Instead it’s with artist John Romita Jr who worked with Frank Miller on Man Without Fear. But has Miller finishing John’s breakdowns. Which looks like this…
With the next chapter of DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE, readers will learn more about the plans of the newly-freed Kandorians in the main story, but this 12-page supplemental tale sees an alien-looking (for details, check out Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Strikes Again) Hal Jordan’s otherwise idyllic life interrupted by a distress call from Earth. On his arrival, Hal is greeted by three strangers, looking for a God to worship…
This third mini-comic is co-written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello, with art breakdowns by John Romita Jr. and finishes by Frank Miller. In addition to the Book 3 periodical version (scheduled for late February), the Collector’s Edition hardcover publishes both the main story and the mini-comic in a same-size “prestige” format approximately 2 weeks after the periodical hits retailer shelves.
For more information on DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE, visit the website at www.dccomics.com.