Frank Miller’s The Spirit Gets a 3-Poster Poster

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“My city screams. She is my lover. And I am her spirit.” That’s apparently the tagline for Frank Miller’s upcoming live-action movie version of Will Eisner’s “The Spirit”. Over at SuperheroHype, they’ve got a brand spanking new poster for the movie, officially called the “Outdoor Posters”, because there are three in all, and once placed against each other, you get one mega image with the full tagline. Check it out below. Very cool. But then again, what would you expect from a Frank Miller movie?

Down these mean streets a man must come. A hero born, murdered, and born again. When a Rookie cop named Denny Colt returns from the beyond as The Spirit, a hero whose mission is to fight against the bad forces from the shadows of Central City. The Octopus who kills anyone unfortunate enough to see his face who has other plans. He’s going to wipe out the entire city. The Spirit tracks this cold hearted killer from the city’s rundown warehouses, to the damp catacombs, to the windswept waterfront all the while facing a bevy of beautiful women who either want to seduce, love or kill the masked crusader.

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The Spirit Movie Poster

The Spirit Movie Poster

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  • Dustin

    I assumed this movie was gonna be in color like the comic…Now I’m not so sure. Is he trying to imbue The Spirit with his own signature style? I guess that makes sense since it’s called Frank Miller’s The Spirit and not Will Eisner’s The Spirit. It would be crazy if he jump starts it like he did Batman and Daredevil.

  • Dustin

    I assumed this movie was gonna be in color like the comic…Now I’m not so sure. Is he trying to imbue The Spirit with his own signature style? I guess that makes sense since it’s called Frank Miller’s The Spirit and not Will Eisner’s The Spirit. It would be crazy if he jump starts it like he did Batman and Daredevil.

  • Dustin

    I assumed this movie was gonna be in color like the comic…Now I’m not so sure. Is he trying to imbue The Spirit with his own signature style? I guess that makes sense since it’s called Frank Miller’s The Spirit and not Will Eisner’s The Spirit. It would be crazy if he jump starts it like he did Batman and Daredevil.