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    Now with more story pages than ever! More bang for your buck, more pow for your pesos, and more rock-'em, sock-'em action for your rupees! "Violent Marv" has a price on his head and the police on his tail--all because he's blamed for a murder he didn't commit. Frank Miller's Sin City continues its multi-issue run, and Miller provides another stunning cover. Meanwhile, over in Homicide, creator John Arcudi and legendary artist Gray Morrow introduce private detective Oxel Karnhus, affectionately know as "The Creep." Rounding out the issue, cartoonist Nina Paley babysits a friend's cat with disastrous results in "Kute Kitty Kartoon."


    • Sin City - Episode 4
    • Secret Places of My Shameful Past
    • Kute Kitty Kartoon
    • Earth Boys - Wheel to Power
    • The Creep


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    Sin City: Episode FourAnother great episode from Merv's life. I really liked how Miller put inner monologue outside of the panels, it felt like I really picked up some random book about hard-boiled detective but with illustrations. And the monologue itself was well-written, which is a very important detail in noir. Miller tries to create the image of the Sin City as an entity which is also interesting. Merv is picking up steam in finding the killer and I think it's going to be only more action f...

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