|panel by Morrison, Millar, Porter et al from 1997'S JLA Secret Files & Origins|
Having recently discussed the serious problems with Mark Millar's first stab at writing the Batman, this week's Shameless? turns to more successful endeavours. Admittedly - as is often case with Millar - controversy is rarely very far away. Yet his uses of the Batman in the second half of the Nineties show how quickly and impressively he improved as a writer over the period. Of course, many of these tales were written in collaboration with Grant Morrison, which raises a whole host of mysteries and debates. How anyone could write a book about Millar's work and sidestep confusion and dispute while doing so is quite beyond me ..
You can, if you choose, reach the latest post in the Shameless? series over at Sequart via here.