The Onion's AV Club does quite a good job examining the weird world of Frank "Dark Knight" Miller's view on the Occupy movement:
Comic book crank Frank Milller’s political philosophy has become as angry—and jagged, and messy—as his drawing style pretty much since 9/11, when Miller first began turning his grim, nihilistic viewpoint into an all-out war against terrorism, then put his money where his mouth was and boldly joined the front lines by drawing superheroes punching Muslims right in the face. And yet, while Miller puts himself out there, on the wall, every single day to defend our freedoms by making hyper-violent wish-fulfillment cartoons, there’s a whole generation of people who are wasting their time on meaningless, masturbatory exercises.
For example, Occupy Wall Street, which Frank Miller recently excoriated in an exceedingly Frank Miller manner via a lengthy blog post titled “Anarchy,” which takes OWS protesters to task for not contributing in any meaningful or intelligent way to solving the nation's problems. Like killing Muslims, or at the very least, drawing a guy with a giant fist killing a Muslim. And Frank Miller has had it with this pointless movement that has yet to kill a single Muslim. He's had it, he says!
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