>Frank Miller did nothing wrong.
Well except that for the story he didn't place in a satisfying final boss. If this psudeo Batman story ended the way it should, with Batman pulling a full Marv and then beating the shit out of the corrupt globalists/banksters that back these types of groups or murdering a proxy for the Saudi Royal Family and/or the secret service of Pakistan, or murdering CIA agents for funding these guys in the first place, you'd have a more satisfying story. Which as I've mentioned before that's the normal story that Miller writes. And by pulling his punches his book doesn't offend, it just comes off a rather weak and semi limp wristed.
The problem is that Miller never grasped what most nationalists / libertarians in the past decades knew. That terror is sadly driven by old busted strategic operations that our entrenched military industrial complexes refuse to be shut off along with corrupt NGO's. And that's not getting into the bullshit so called "migrant crisis" where false refugees from sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East treat Europe as a dumping ground for their economic failures and backed by globalists dumping money into said fake NGO's.
The Miller of the Sin City/Martha/Washington Era (see the pages of 1 and 3 of Martha Washington Saves The World) would have bothered to address this shit, but the panicked old man who wrote Holy Terror after five years past it's due date, turned into a frightened stupid moron that thought the Patriot Act was good idea.
If Theo Van Gogh was alive the first thing he'd do is tell him to read Camp of The Saints first then write Holy Terror.
But then again, Miller is a later day libertarian and an FDR fan, so he'd probably not understand something like Camp of The Saints telling him that not all men are blank slates that can simply be molded by simply just being on the soil. But despite all of my complaints he didn't bend the knee to a little nobody shit whose works and books nobody buys nor will ever read, and that's far more important. But it will never be as badassed as the comic Pigman is, or it's artist Bosch Fawstin.