Frank Miller's impact on comics is legendary. After a successful run as writer/penciller on Daredevil (where he created Elektra), he reinvented Batman with "The Dark Knight Returns" and "Batman: Year One," which had a huge impact on the Batman we known today. His other creations including "Ronin," "Sin City," and "300." For his 1993 Comic-Con Souvenir Book cover, Miller demonstrates how comics can transport readers to new worlds. In a comment on the variant edition/collector mentality of the mid-1990s, his characters are engrossed in reading comic books, showing that comics are meant to be read and enjoyed.