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Sin City is the title for a series of stories by Frank Miller, told in comic book form in a film noir-like style. The first story originally appeared in Dark Horse Presents from April of 1991 to June of 1992, under the title of Sin City, serialized in thirteen parts. Several other stories of variable lengths have followed. All stories take place in Basin City, with frequent recurring characters and intertwining stories.
The Sin City graphic novels were reprinted with new covers and in a reduced size to commemorate the motion picture's theatrical release.
Sin City stories
in order of publication
- Sin City (The Hard Goodbye) (January 1993)
- A Dame to Kill For (November 1993–May 1994)
- The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories (November 1994)
- Silent Night (November 1994)
- The Big Fat Kill (November 1994–March 1995)
- That Yellow Bastard (February 1996–July 1996)
- Daddy's Little Girl , in A Decade of Dark Horse #1 (July 1996) and reprinted in Tales to Offend #1 (July 1997)
- Lost, Lonely, & Lethal (December 1996)
- Sex & Violence (March 1997)
- Just Another Saturday Night (August 1997)
- Family Values (October 1997)
- Hell and Back (a Sin City Love Story) (July 1999–April 2000)
|Sin City (The Hard Goodbye)||Episodes #1-13 of 13 from Dark Horse Presents issues #50-62|
|A Dame to Kill For||Issues #1-6 of 6|
|The Big Fat Kill||Issues #1-5 of 5|
|That Yellow Bastard||Issues #1-6 of 6|
|Booze, Broads, & Bullets||Various|
|Hell and Back (a Sin City Love Story)||Issues #1-9 of 9|
- Sin City page at Dark Horse Comics
- Sin City Introduction - Fan site containing detailed information about characters and locations
- Sin City Timeline, from the personal website of a Hero System game player
- Sin City, from an ad-supported website "devoted to the sophisticated study of comic books"
- Frank Miller: The Complete Works, The most comprehensive listing of all of Frank Miller's works. Includes very detailed information on each book as well as a discussion forum.
- Official Sin City movie website
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