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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
|Awards||Eisner Award, 1999
Harvey Award, 1999
Comics Buyer's Guide Award, 1986, 1999, 2000
Varley provided the coloring for Miller's Ronin (1984), an experimental six-issue series from DC Comics that proved that comics in unusual formats could be commercially successful, and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (1986), a four issue mini-series that went on to become a commercial and critical success. In a special edition, Miller notes that Varley was also the one who helped create the futuristic slang that Carrie Kelly and other characters use.
Subsequently, Varley colored other Miller books, including Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again, 300, Elektra Lives Again, Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot (with Geoff Darrow), as well as a number of covers for the Lone Wolf and Cub series. She also colored the backgrounds for the 300 movie (2007), produced by Miller.
Varley has received recognition in the comics industry, particularly in 1999, when she won the Harvey Award, the Eisner Award, and the Comics Buyer's Guide Awards for Favorite Colorist. (She also won the CBG award in 1986 and 2000.)
- "Icon: Frank Miller", GQ.com, by Johnny Davis, 27 April 2012, originally published in the February 2009 issue of British GQ, p. 2
- Manning, Matthew K.; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). "1980s". DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. Dorling Kindersley. p. 219. ISBN 978-0-7566-6742-9.
It is arguably the best Batman story of all time. Written and drawn by Frank Miller (with inspired inking by Klaus Janson and beautiful watercolors by Lynn Varley), Batman: The Dark Knight revolutionized the entire genre of the super hero.
- 1999 Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees Winners at the Comic Book Award Alamanc
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