Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye Characters

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Marv is a huge, hulking man, with a disfigured face that's nothing but scars, as if it's been severely burned. Always self-deprecating, Marv calls himself stupid, ugly, and macho, someone that no woman would ever want. He also "gets confused." Marv has a mental illness that sometimes causes him to hallucinate. He refers to fighting in war and wears a military-looking coat. He also refers to himself as a two-time loser, which means he's spent a couple of stints in jail. Marv went to a Catholic school as a child, and his problems with violence go back to his youth. He wears a cross around his neck and talks of heaven and hell, though he seems to have no desire to practice his religion.

Marv is involved in the story when Goldie, a high-class prostitute, picks him up at a bar and seduces him. Marv later realizes that...

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