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Sin City, Vol. 7: Hell and Back - Frank Miller
Sin City, Vol. 7: Hell and Back
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Hell and Back, the final volume of Frank Miller's signature series, is the biggest and baddest Sin City of them all! This newly redesigned edition features a brand-new cover by Miller - some of his first comics art in years! It's one of those clear, cool nights that drops in the middle of summer... show more
Hell and Back, the final volume of Frank Miller's signature series, is the biggest and baddest Sin City of them all! This newly redesigned edition features a brand-new cover by Miller - some of his first comics art in years! It's one of those clear, cool nights that drops in the middle of summer like a gift from on high. If it weren't for the rent, Wallace wouldn't have a care in the world. Then he sees Esther, about to throw it all away - and throw herself off a cliff. Wallace jumps in after her, saves her life, and falls in love, but before he can find out what she was running from, she's gone again, kidnapped. But Wallace isn't the kind to lose his head. He's calm. Like a monk. Like an executioner. And he'll find her. With a new look generating more excitement than ever before, this third edition is the perfect way to attract a whole new generation of readers to Frank Miller's masterpiece!
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781593072995 (1593072996)
ASIN: 1593072996
Publisher: Dark Horse
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Sin City -7 boxed set (#7)
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PillowByRiver
PillowByRiver rated it
5.0 love the story.
digitaltempest
digitaltempest rated it
Out of all 7 books, this was probably my favorite. I'm glad that I saw the movie before reading these because I would've been so disappointed not to see this one (and Family Values, which is my 2nd favorite). The story is titled Hell and Back, but its subtitle is "A Love Story." And it is just that....
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it
2.0
There are elements of misogyny in all of Frank Miller's work, but in Hell and Back it starts to get close to Cerebus levels. The hallucination sequence is almost like late period Robert Heinlein revisiting his greatest hits like a snake swallowing it's tail.
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