Frank Miller is a writer, artist and film director of American origin. He is popular for his dark comic book stories and graphic works of “Ronin” and “Batman : The Dark Knight Returns”. Due to rising popularity of his comic series “Sin City”, he directed and produced an eponymous crime thriller film. He also wrote the script of Hollywood’s science fiction action films ‘RoboCop 2’ and ‘RoboCop 3’. He is against the idea of combining naturalism in comic art. Darker themes and stories were the noteworthy features of his work on Daredevil, a fictional superhero. During the publication of miniseries “Ronin”, he proved his ability as a multitalented person by acting as a writer, penciller, editor, designer and supervisor at the printer. The adult-themed “Ronin” became more popular than his Batman series. His four-part storyline “Batman: Year One” proves his ability as an innovative comics artist. His influential art style has been adapted into a sequence of an episode of ‘Batman: The Animated Series’. Inspired by the 1962 film ‘The 300 Spartans’, he created “300”, a comic book miniseries. Due to its popularity, director Zack Snyder adopted the story of “300” into a successful film.