Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8 Summary

Marv is left standing, wiping his face, still holding the ax in his hand. Meanwhile, the rain starts. Marv heads back to the city, where the rain is pouring down. It seldom rains in Sin City, and most of the time the rain is just a drizzle. Every once in a while, though, there is a real storm. Most people hate the rain, but Marv loves it when it really starts coming down. Everyone runs off the streets, leaving the city to Marv, and he can walk and think. That's what Marv does now, walk the rain-soaked streets and think.

Marv tries to put together the pieces of the puzzle. He is thinking about the head cop that he killed. He heard the name again: Roark. When the priest mentioned Roark, Marv didn't believe it. Now he knows that it must be true. Because Roark is behind...

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