Sin City, Vol. 6: Booze, Broads, and Bullets
The Sin City graphic novels are among the most widely acclaimed comics in history, but Frank Miller is also a master of the quick and dirty yarn. Collected in this sixth volume of his crime-comic megahit are all of Miller's Sin City shorts and one-shots, newly redesigned with a brand-new cover by... show more
The Sin City graphic novels are among the most widely acclaimed comics in history, but Frank Miller is also a master of the quick and dirty yarn. Collected in this sixth volume of his crime-comic megahit are all of Miller's Sin City shorts and one-shots, newly redesigned with a brand-new cover by Miller, some of his first comics art in years! Collecting classics like "Just Another Saturday Night" and "Silent Night," both starring the iconic big lug with a condition, Marv; "The Customer Is Always Right," featured in the Sin City film; and "The Babe Wore Red," starring Sin City's most enduring hero, Dwight, Booze, Broads, and Bullets spans every kind of dark business you might encounter on a cold night in Basin City. It's sure to scratch your Sin City itch again and again, in just that way that makes you itch for more. With Miller and co-director Robert Rodriguez gearing up for Sin City 2, this third edition is being released at just the right time!
Publish date: April 6th 2005
Publisher: Dark Horse
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
, Short Stories
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, Graphic Novels
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Series: Sin City -7 boxed set (#6)
A collection of short stories by Frank Miller, connected or not connected to the general story of Sin City. Shows a bit of different drawing styles and text lay out and experiments with various characters and plots. One of the short stories is portrayed at the beginning of the Sin City movie, on the...
Just a collection of "yarn" tales that take place in Sin City.I see where the "Salesman" came from in the movies. Disappointed he didn't really take care of Becky like in in the movies, but the opening scene was well played. Also, funny how they basically made Becky "Blue Eyes." She would've been an...