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Part of the series. You'll either really like it or hate it. I like Miller's graphic style.Published 7 months ago by -JP
Clearly written after Frank Miller lost his damn mind post 9-11. Not his best work, but worth reading to finish the seriesPublished 9 months ago by Becky
I think this is an excellent addition to the Sin City series. Really enjoyed the story and the art, with the new characters.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Other Sin City yarns are more enjoyable. I don't recall the names off hand, but the stories that were in the movie. I like Marv, Dwight McCarthy, and John Hartigan. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert M Allen
If you're a Miller's fan you just must have it!
Paperback is great and the ink is perfectly dark!
I just love it, it is exactly as I expected it!
One Story that introduces new characters and atmosphere, one that stands on its own, if you like these Sin City Graphic Novels then it would be a must-Have.Published 23 months ago by excellent
Beware, these editions are about 30% smaller size L X W" than the original editions from early 90s that i still have to compare with. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Taylor
"Hell and Back" is the seventh and final volume in Frank Miller's superb Sin City series and while it's his longest Sin City book it's also his most underwhelming. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Sam Quixote