Tim Pendry's Reviews > Sin City, Vol. 1: The Hard Goodbye

Sin City, Vol. 1 by Frank Miller
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Oct 03, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: five-star, graphic-novels, horror, north-american, popular-culture, twentieth-century

Ultra-violent 'classic' from Frank Miller (1991). The story of a not very bright and severely disturbed misfit with a perverted sense of honour set in a dystopian city ruled by a prelate of the church with a decidedly sick theology.

Certainly not for the squeamish. However, the graphics are spectacular. The film derived from this series and with the same name ('Sin City') is also a masterpiece of art direction and skewed morality. As they say, only in America ...

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