The Spirit

The Spirit The Spirit (Denny Colt) is a crime-fighting fictional character created by writer-artist Will Eisner. He first appeared June 2, 1940 in a 16-page Sunday supplement. In the 2000s, following Eisner's death, the Spirit returned in comic books published by DC Comics. A film adaptation of The Spirit, written and directed by Frank Miller, was released in theaters by Lionsgate on December 25, 2008. The film stars Gabriel Macht as the Spirit and Samuel L. Jackson as the Octopus. Universally panned by critics and fans alike, the movie underperformed at the box office and is considered a bomb.
Is it a bad thing that I'm rooting for Samuel L. Jackson's character more than the Spirit? - ToDandy
It's time for quiz #2, and we want to know how big a Frank Miller fan you are. If you get 100% on this one, you are entered into a prize drawing for The Spirit DVD! You can retake it as many times as you want till you ace the test. Good luck! - ComicBookMovie
This is a week old, but when I found it I laughed so hard that I just had to post it. For your consideration... - Powergirl
CBM contributor Superman4 reviews "The Spirit" movie. - Superman4
Here is all you need to know about "The Spirit" movie. The hardcore comic book movie fans have spoken... - ComicBookMovie
Miller needs to find some one else to direct. This movie did not know what time period it wanted to be in. the film is shot in a stylish 40's era movie but you see them using the latest nokia's. You see diet pepsi cola. - bigdogg263
"The Spirit" made like the Titanic over the holiday weekend... and NOT like the James Cameron movie, but the actual ship... Sinking... Without The Hope Diamond. - saintc
Olivia Munn and the gang at G4 parody "The Spirit" movie. - ComicBookMovie
If you go in looking for Sin City 2, you are not only dumb but will be very disapointed. The movie, is just great. - realfirstavenger
Ever wondered what the hell Sam Jackson was thinking? - Juiceman78
If you love Frank Miller comics, you will probably enjoy this movie ... for the most part. - CBMcontributor
You've heard all the professional critics give "The Spirit" movie some rough treatment over past week. Now it's time for the REAL comic book movie fans to weigh in and give movie-goers the serious poop. Send us YOUR opinion on the film! Click inside to find out how... - ComicBookMovie
A last look see before the movie's theatrical release. - ComicBookMovie
An early incarnation of the Spirit’s sidekick has been the center of controversy for many years. Here’s a look at the past issue the character faced. - TheUnknown
Saw the premiere on Wednesday. This is clearly a comic book on the screen. If you are expecting a film adaptation of a comic book property, you will be disappointed. This is like sitting in a comfy chair and reading the comic book without having to turn the pages. - CBMcontributor
Early reviews of Frank Miller's directorial debut are hitting the web--and they ain't good. - ComicBookMovie
Apparently Ron Henriques from Latino Review, saw "the Spirit". And guess what....he really hated it. - NoobMike
Frank Miller updates Sin City 2 and a 300 spin-off as The Spirit slowly comes crawling to theatres the Christmas. - crappybumbum
Lionsgate has released a third featurette on their film "The Spirit", plus three international TV spots. See them here! - ComicBookMovie
We've got two variant covers from Brazilian Hollywood mag "Set," featuring Gabriel Macht’s Denny Colt (aka The Spirit) and Scarlett Johansson’s portrayal of Silken Floss. Plus, a poster plastered on walls in Taiwan. - ComicBookMovie
Mike Relm put together an awesome Lionsgate movie mash-up video using Transporter 3, The Spirit, and Punisher: War Zone. Check it out! - ComicBookMovie
Lionsgate has provided CBM with the final poster for "The Spirit" --writer/director Frank Miller's directorial debut... - ComicBookMovie
We've added 15 all new pics to "The Spirit" pictures area! - NateBest
Lionsgate has let go a new Christmas themed trailer for "The Spirit." See it here! - ComicBookMovie
Though a legend in comic book circles, Frank Miller’s career in film seemed to be on the ropes following such flops as Robocop 3 (yep, Frank co-wrote it!). However, the successes of Sin City and 300 paved the way for Frank’s inevitable return to film. - bsprecher