Bob Schreck was Frank Miller's editor on Sin City, when it was first puplished by Dark Horse Comics. He was also Frank's editor on All Star Batman And Robin The Boy Wonder for DC, and on Holy Terror for Legendary. And he turned up in Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For. And got […]
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By Devon Sanders I'm loyal to nothing, General—except The Dream. –Frank Miller's Captain America in Daredevil: Born Again (1986) With those eight words, at 14 years old, writer Frank Miller showed me what type of American I wanted to be. This Captain America was a steadfast believer in the American Dream and what it should […]
It didn't escape many people's notice that Frank Miller was looking more and more like some of the characters he's drawn in Sin City, when he made an appearance at San Diego Comic Con. With all sorts of rumours flying around, including that it was actually his brother posing as him (his brother was there, […]
San Diego Comic Con is the untackleable beast, and yet for Dark Horse, they seemed to have a very clearly defined strategy this year that I found other journalists and fans remarking upon, from their full slate of announcements concerning "12 Creator-Owned" books before the con itself, to a massive and imposing presence on the […]
The marketeers behind Sin City: A Dame to Kill for have innovated in bringing online a nice, official look at the 'standee' or cinema display for their movie. This is after they released GIFs in place of images a few weeks back – if, disappointingly, not exclusive GIFs but things we'd already seen in video. […]
This is short and not very sweet and it looks like Sin City.
That's Jamie Chung, who has inherited the role of Miho from Devon Aoki. She's holding... well, it ain't a lightasber, and that's the point. Shiny, though. And no doubt sharp as anything.
No sign of the titular Dame to Kill For as yet but here are some grimy, gritty, post-processed shots of other Sin City stars.
The October release for Sin City: A Dame To Kill For has been scrapped and the film will now be released on 22nd August next year. This makes it two Eva Green vs. green screen pictures to be punted out of the 2013 schedules and into 2014 after 300: Rise of an Empire. And both […]
Such is the chronology of Dwight's story this time around, we're seeing him with his first face, before he has plastic surgery to change his appearance entirely.
The casting for The Kraut is out.
Frank Miller described the character as "every man’s most glorious dreams come true, she's also every man's darkest nightmares."
Jessica Alba has a lot more dancing to do in the Sin City seque. She probably won't be shouldering whole whine-n-grin burden by herself, though, as Julia Garner has been added to the film's pole brigade.
Nobody had publicly said Willis was coming back, until now.
Production continues in Austin, Texas, with or without an Ava Lord.
They needed a pre-plastic surgery Dwight for Sin City 2, and now they've found him in the form of Josh Brolin. Is getting Clive Owen-ed a facial trade up or trade down? I'm not a very good judge of these things. Maybe "younger model" is going to be a thing for Brolin with this and […]
Keywords "cocky," "darker," and "foul."
Joe is Johnny because Johnny isn't. But he isn't Peter, and I doubt Johnny will be.
Is it just my imagination or are hats a bit of a fetish thing in the world of Sin City?
A new Manute.