Legendary artist Frank Miller opened a noir opus in Sin City. This critically acclaimed triumph - honored by both an Eisner Award and the prestigious National Cartoonists' Award - combines the pulp intensity of writers like Spillane and Cain with the gritty graphic storytelling that only Miller can deliver. Sin City is the place - tough as leather and dry as tinder. Love is the fuel, and the now-infamous character Marv has the match ... not to mention a "condition." He's gunning after Goldie's killer, so it's time to watch this town burn!
The Hard Goodbye is the very first Sin City story and first published as Sin City in Dark Horse Presents issues #51-62 and 5th Anniversary Special (June 1991–June 1992), and reprinted as Sin City (The Hard Goodbye) (January 1993). Frank Miller wrote and drew this neo-noir comic. The comic was also adapted into the 2005 film Sin City.