stranger rolls into Sin City in search of information about
a corrupt official known as Bruno. As he uncovers more and
more about Bruno's past, he is also gathering information
on one of the biggest underworld gangs in Sin City. Watching
his back is Miho, a roller-blading assassin who can cut down
a dozen men before they even know she's there. Between them,
they intend to get to the bottom of a larger mystery than
Values is another winner in the Sin City series.
It's probably also the most violent to be released so far.
The stranger in this collection is none other than Dwight,
who also appears in The
Big Fat Kill
Dame to Kill For.
This time he's entrusted with a simple mission - and making
sure he comes to no harm is Miho, a female Ninja with a vicious
this collection is not quite as engaging as previous instalments,
there is some serious mileage to be had thanks, in part, to
the character of Miho. The way she takes apart her victims
is quite unnerving. She can be quick and clean, but if she
is antagonised she plays with her prey like a cat with a mouse.
with other releases in this series, the black and white illustrations
help set the mood of the grim hell hole that is Sin City.
They are also quite sick, as we've come to expect, but also
incredibly complex. There's something quite beautiful in seeing
Miho kicking off the head of a bad guy. Now, I never thought
I'd say that about such violent act.
is a twist in the tale, which you won't be able to work out
until the final few panels - so don't even try. Family
Values is certainly worth picking up.
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