Let me give a small section of this to you, for those of you who don't want to search through them. Basically
Miller proudly announced the title of his next Batman book, which he will write, draw and ink. Holy Terror, Batman! is no joke. And Miller doesn't hold back on the true purpose of the book, calling it "a piece of propoganda," where 'Batman kicks al Qaeda's ass."
The reason for this work, Miller said, was "an explosion from my gut reaction of what's happening now." He can't stand entertainers who lack the moxie of their '40s counterparts who stood up to Hitler. Holy Terror is "a reminder to people who seem to have forgotten who we're up against."
...Alright, but seriously, what the hell? The part of me that really loves more than the sequential action of comics and really digs the great humanity and amazingly complex stories that comics are able to offer is dying here. Frank Miller has done some great stories in the past, (Batman: Year One and The Dark Knight Returns) but this...
Basically it sounds like a piece of trash to me. A nostalgic look at propaganda comics, which will do nothing to explore the deeper reasons behind the war on terror such as religious rivalry and fanaticism which are found in both areas (the US AND the Middle East). What Miller seems to be doing is reducing his work back to the old days of the 'Hitler smack down' and completely ignoring that comics have been recognized as something more in the last 50 years.
I mean, at least it's not 'Batman Goes to Iraq to Fight and Find Weapons of Mass Destruction' but still...