Issue 31: Frank Miller’s “SIN CITY” (Comics vs Movies)
“Walk down the right back alley in Sin City, and you can find anything.” – Marv
Erik rides solo for a deep dive into the corrupt, blood soaked, streets of Basin City with a review of Frank Miller’s “Sin City” graphic novels, and how they compare / contrast to the Robert Rodriguez movie adaptation, and it’s sequel, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”…
Click here for Erik’s original reviews of the Sin City comics for visual references:
- Vol 1 – “The Hard Goodbye”
- Vol 2 – “A Dame to Kill For”
- Vol 3 – “The Big Fat Kill”
- Vol 4 – “That Yellow Bastard”
- Vol 5 – “Family Values”
- Vol 6 – “Booze, Broads, and Bullets”
- Vol 7 – “Hell and Back” (coming soon)
Check out our blog at ComicZombie.net for more!
And you can buy Erik’s new sci-fi / noir novella, “2299” here!
(Episode edited by Erik Slader)
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