Sin City: A Dame to Kill For #1

    Sin City: A Dame to Kill For » Sin City: A Dame to Kill For #1 released by Dark Horse Comics on November 1, 1993.

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    In Sin City, it's easy to hide from the present, but impossible to forget the past. Frank Miller makes a return trip to Sin City and brings eager readers along for the ride. On the way, meet Dwight, a photographer who specializes in hard-to-get shots... the incriminating kind. The kind that lead to messy, expensive divorces. Dwight's doing his best to forget the past, and was doing a pretty good job until the phone rang. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For #1 is another no-holds-barred, chiaroscuro excursion to the favorite city of Frank Miller, winner of the National Cartoonists' Award for Best Comic Book of 1992. This premiere issue features cover-to-cover story and a special mystery guest.



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    I read this series after the movie came out and found what the past of Dwight was like. First of all, he's a great character. By far, one of the greatest in the Sin City Universe. He roams the streets of Basin City a broken man, taking pictures of sordid happenings in town. We get to see he's kind of sad because of a woman (women...) Named Ava. Who's a runaway girl that ended up living with a rich man in the outskirts of the city. Then Dwight meets her in a bar and they have a noir-esque convers...

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