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Or some crap like that. Dwight is the same kind of jerk who insults people who are helping him. The whores get him a car. As soon as he starts driving away, it's all, "Dumb, dizzy whores! Why didn't they fill the tank! She frickin' saves his life and he's all like, "Thank you. But if you just got here a little earlier, we'd have what we needed and the bad guys would be dead! Ungrateful prick. I hate him. Miho should have let him die. Not to mention - he's still a woman-beater. Yeah, nothing's changed from Volume 2 when he punched Ava in the face.
In this one he backhands Gail when she gets in an argument with him. And of course, she loves it or it makes her respect him or something, and the next thing you know they're making out. One good thing I can say about this book: The pictures are wonderful.
My review for volume. The girls all know the score.
No escape. No surrender. No mercy. We got to kill every last rat bastard one of them, every last one.
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Sharp, awesome artwork in simple black and white! Crime-noir with a lot of action scenes and gun fights!
Breathtaking gang wars! Hardass hookers and a crazy male lead! Tons of quotable lines! Sassy dialogues and a dark sense of humor! Deadly little Miho doing her super-cool ninja thingy! What more can I ask for? You're an angel. You're a saint. You're a blessing from above. You're Mother Theresa. You're God. The story of this volume was amazing! Thrilling and full of badass action!
So far, my favorite volume! Of course, the artwork is mesmerising, as always! Dec 28, Ill D rated it really liked it Shelves: comic-reviews , reviewed , comics. Others prefer those rosy tinged glasses tinting everything with saccharine nostalgia. Swooning one way or another, the Frank Miller canon should include a heavy dose of both. And his seminal Sin City, is no exception. The virulently stark pencil-work remains phenomenally unique as it is painfully effective, to readers and those within the story alike. Piercing those within and without, the chosen duo-chromaticism actually works to its favor, bringing evoking the intrinsic details that awash a deceptively complex tale demanding the eyes to linger.
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Drinking in all aspects of the seen, the visuals do, as they certainly will continue to, stun decades down the road. The story for better and for worse is of a far more jumbly level of excellence. However, sweet the baits my seems, their ephemeratic happenstances become run over by a story that roars with a speed that never revs up enough tension to make it last. Which to be fair is to be expected from something as ostensibly lowbrow as a comic. Distilling the essence of its predecessors, the action lever becomes cranked to maximum, while its other more high-brown and thoughtful related analogue is throttled to a far lower level.
So even when the middle ground between which hits a decent medium, it quickly loses its balance in favor of a ClockWork styled approach to ultra violence. Just keep in mind this is a shot glass type of affair, in lie of something more cerebral and sophisticated. Bottoms up! Sin City volume 3 is as dark, bleak, and violent as the Sin City series can be.
Despite the few color pages in the front, the darkness of the black and white art permeates it. Noir as a graphic novel. It'll burn us both. It'll kill us both. There's no place in this world for our kind of fire. Always and never. It keeps up the high quality, both in art and script. Maybe it hasn't the same spark to it as the first one, but still, it's far better than most neo-noir comics out there. By a great margin.
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Feb 01, Liz Whitehouse rated it it was amazing. This graphic novel has all the grit and darkness expected from a Miller Sin City book, but for me, it has an extra level that wasn't in the first 2 volumes. In the previous stories, the protagonist has influenced how much I liked the volume, and the story is almost solely focused on their plight.
In The Big Fat Kill, I feel like the dynamics and politics of Old Town, the prostitutes, the mob, the police, are at the forefront and make for a fascinating dimension to the otherwise stella This graphic novel has all the grit and darkness expected from a Miller Sin City book, but for me, it has an extra level that wasn't in the first 2 volumes. In The Big Fat Kill, I feel like the dynamics and politics of Old Town, the prostitutes, the mob, the police, are at the forefront and make for a fascinating dimension to the otherwise stellar graphic novel. I really need to actually buy the other volumes, I am going to struggle without them.
Oct 27, Tom rated it it was ok Shelves: comics.
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More of the same I'll probably finish the series just to satisfy my inner completionist, but Frank Miller 's style can grow tired after a couple of these. His characters aren't complex or rich enough to make this series something special. Oct 03, Michael Benavidez rated it really liked it.
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While I do enjoy this volume, it seems less focused on the characters and more on the action filled plot. Where as the last two were focused on the character's state of mind, this one seems merely content to let the action push them forward. That isn't to say it isn't a good part, the best moments come when there is no action and merely reflection on the events that are taking place.