Sin City by Frank Miller
Hell and Back (Book 7)

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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 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 them. 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! * Over a million Sin City books in print! * New cover by Frank Miller! * With Miller and co-director Robert Rodriguez gearing up for Sin City 2, this third edition is being released at just the right time! * Hell and Back is planned for a future Sin City film, starring Johnny Depp as Wallace
 

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David D. Casalino, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Chief, Genitourinary Radiology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, IL Frank H. Miller, MD Professor of Radiology Chief, Body Imaging Section and Fellowship Medical Director, MR Imaging and GI Radiology Northwestern Memorial Hospital Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago IL Paul Nikolaidis, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Chicago, IL Nancy A. Hammond, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Northwestern University Feinberg School School of Medicine Chicago, IL
 
Published November 30, 2010 by Dark Horse Books. 240 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Arts & Photography. Fiction

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This is a typical Frank Miller story, crammed with operatic drama, passion and stark violence and clearly influenced by classic crime fiction masters like Raymond Chandler.

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Publishers Weekly

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Sparked by a mob hit gone wrong, car-obsessed, hulking Klaus Kinski-lookalike Dwight goes on a mission of revenge in this all-new Sin City adventure from popular graphic novelist Miller.

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BC Books

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Frank Miller’s graphic novels most have been monumental to be blueprint for this wonderful film, I am not a big comic book fan, but next time I go into a store that has them I might have to get a couple of his books.

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AV Club

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The Robert Rodriguez-instigated film Sin City doesn't so much adapt Miller's books as upload them.

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New York Magazine

If Raymond Chandler and Daffy Duck could have produced a child, Sin City would be their baby.

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CNN.com

(CNN) -- "Sin City," adapted from three hardboiled comic books by the renowned graphic novelist Frank Miller, is without doubt the most visually stunning live action transfer of the comic book format to the big screen ever made.

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Those are the bare-bones stories, but Rodriguez and Miller (who share co-director credit on the film, to the reported consternation of the Directors Guild of America) both understand that film noir is a matter of style and atmosphere rather than plot—even the best of classic films noir (Laura, Ou...

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ReadySteadyBook

Spanning seven books Sin City showcases Frank Miller's dark, violent and wholly, pathologically, noir universe.

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