Frank Miller's Sin City: That yellow bastard

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Dark Horse Books, Feb 9, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 240 pages
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Frank Miller changes the game in the fourth volume of his signature crime series, introducing the only truly heroic figure in Sin City's world of vice, Detective Hartigan. A highlight of the series, and the inspiration for one of the segments of the blockbuster Sin City film, That Yellow Bastard returns in a newly redesigned edition, with a brand-new cover by Miller - some of his first comics art in years! The worst thing to be in Basin City is an honest cop, but it's Hartigan's last day on the job, and he plans to go out with a bang. Little Nancy Callahan, age eleven, has been kidnapped by a psycho who likes to hear children scream, and Hartigan's going to find her no matter what it takes. Hell of a way to start retirement . . . 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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A good yarn, but excessively long. - Goodreads
Up until then, the plot kind of drags. - Goodreads
And the artwork, as always, was excellent. - Goodreads
The plot takes a long while to get going. - Goodreads

Review: Sin City, Vol. 3: The Big Fat Kill (Sin City #3)

User Review  - Carmen - Goodreads Dwight's the MC again, and I don't like him. Also, I have some questions: 1.) Why didn't Dwight take care of the men BEFORE Shellie got beaten? 2.) Why didn't Shellie tell him Jackie-boy ... Read full review

Review: Sin City, Vol. 6: Booze, Broads, and Bullets (Sin City #6)

User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

A ramshackle collection of barely related tales unworthy of further expansion, with perhaps one exception Read full review


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Miller exploded on the comics scene in the late 1970s. He devotes time and energy to fight censorship wherever it arises.

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