Frank Miller Intends to Write "Nancy Drew"-Like Carrie Kelley Series

On the heels of announcing his plans for a fourth "Dark Knight" series, "Dark Knight Returns" scribe Frank Miller revealed he wants to write an all-ages comic book series starring Carrie Kelley.

"Well, to me, she always has had the potential for longevity," Miller told ComicBook.com. "I would love to do a series -- in fact, I intend to do a series of her and her alone that would be very much like a comic book 'Nancy Drew' series. It would be her detective stories. They would be smaller-sized, they would be designed to that they could be, even though they would be comic books, they would be comic books for children."

Miller and Brian Azzarello have co-written "The Dark Knight III," which was initially expected to be the finale of the saga that started with 1986's seminal "The Dark Knight Returns." Based on Miller's earlier comments, it appears that he plans plan to write any subsequent "Dark Knight" stories solo.

Featuring artwork by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson, "Dark Knight III: The Master Race" #1 is scheduled for release on Nov. 25.

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