Frank Miller’s BIG DAMN SIN CITY Omnibus Released Just In Time For The New Movie

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frank millerThis August the long awaited Sin City sequel, A Dame To Kill For, will be released. Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller have reassembled their cast, along with a few new faces, to revisit the world of everyone’s favorite sleazy city. To help get you ready for the film, Dark Horse announced that they will publish a huge omnibus hardcover collection of the entire crime saga this coming June. The omnibus (as you can see above and to the side) will be called “Frank Miller’s Big Damn Sin City.”

sin cityCBR had the details for the new collection as well as the news that Frank Miller: The Art of Sin City will see print again as well as a new hardcover for 1993′s A Dame to Kill For, the basis for the new movie. Big Damn Sin City will collect Miller and Lynn Varley‘s seven stories: The Hard Goodbye, A Dame to Kill For, The Big Fat Kill, The Yello Bastard, Family Values, Booze, Broads, & Bullets, and Hell and Back. That clocks in at 1,344 pages. What do you think about the new collections? Will you be picking any of the three up?

AS DAMN BIG AS THEY COME!
Frank Miller’s Big Damn Sin City HC
Frank Miller (W/A/Cover) and Lynn Varley (C)
On sale June 25
b&w/FC, 1344 pages
$59.99
HC, 7” x 10”
The biggest, baddest Sin City ever is here, just in time for Fall’s Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For! This imposing volume, suitable for home defense, contains all seven of Frank Miller’s landmark Sin City yarns! In these tales of Marv, Dwight, Gail, Miho, Hartigan, Nancy, and the Yellow Bastard, no corner of Basin City is left unturned, and no bloody deed is left undone. Written with unmatched intensity and drawn in the starkest black and white imaginable, the Sin City books make up the greatest crime saga in comics history, and Big Damn Sin City is the best way to rediscover it!
• Every blood-soaked page of Sin City to date!
• Over one million Sin City books in print!
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