First published in 1998, Sin City Volume 6: Booze, Broads, & Bullets is the 6th graphic novel edition of Frank Miller’s phenomenal comic noir series Sin City. The book is the direct sequel to the 5th volume: Family Values. It is a great collection of some previously released individual stories known as “yarns.”
Sin City Volume 6: Booze, Broads, & Bullets present eleven yarns that bring out the iconic characters of the series. Readers will meet their favorite bulky anti-hero with excessive brute force, Marv, in “Just Another Saturday Night” and “Silent Night.” Meanwhile “The Babe Wore Red” is another story of Dwight McCarthy, Sin City’s most enduring hero.
Here’s the complete list of the stories (a.k.a. yarns) included in the volume:
- Just Another Saturday Night
- Fat Man and Little Boy
- The Customer Is Always Right
- Silent Night
- And Behind Door Number Three. . .
- Blue Eyes
- Daddy’s Little Girl
- Wrong Turn
- Wrong Track
- The Babe Wore Red
Preview of Sin City Volume by Frank Miller (from Dark Horse Comics)
The most diverse volume of Sin City material available, Booze, Broads, & Bullets showcases Frank Miller’s vignettes and color experiments from throughout the years of his groundbreaking crime series, and includes art created especially for the original collection. A good entry point for new readers wondering what Sin City is all about-or longtime readers who can’t get enough-Miller has painted a gritty, decadent, and gloriously dirty portrait. Have a taste of the city. . .just one little taste. Just one.