twilightthunder's Sin City: The Hard Goodbye #1 review

Goldie... She says her name's Goldie...

There's no wonder why this story arc became pretty famous after the Sin City movie premiered in 2005. Mickey Rourke portrayed Marv in a great way, a man who didn't stop his search for the men who killed Goldie, even in the face of impending doom. Some people complain about Frank Miller's artwork, which i love, because it helps to set the mood of the book. A noir epic of romance, death and redemption. I'm sure a lot of people has already heard about Miller's run on Sin City. Back in the 90s when he was in tip-top shape and did a lot of amazing stuff for Dark Horse Comics. The Hard goodbye, is one of those great series he wrote and did draw for'em in those olden days. Although it does have a pretty graphic violence and foul language we know Dark Horse has no boundaries when giving creative freedom to their attached creators, so check it out when you have the chance. I really recommend it.


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