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What's in Booze, Broads, And Bullets?

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i saw a list of it somewhere but i cant find it now. so can anyone give me the list of the short stories on BB&B in order. it would be great
 
Here ya go:
Just Another Saturday Night
Fat Man And Little Boy
The Customer Is Always Right
Silent Night
And Behind Door Number Three...
Blue Eyes
Rats
Daddy's Little Girl
Wrong Turn
Wrong Track
The Babe Wore Red
 
now i'm trying to figure out which short stories goes to which comics. i've figured out

"Just Another Saturday Night" comes by itself

"Fat Man And Little Boy"
"Rats"
"Blue Eyes"

comes in "Lost, Lonely, & Lethal "

"Silent Night" comes by itself

"The Customer Is Always Right"
"And Behind Door Number Three..."
"The Babe Wore Red"

is in "The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories"

and that leaves only

"Daddy's Little Girl"
"Wrong Turn"
"Wrong Track"


are these stories comes in "Sex & Violence"?
 
Hey did anyone notice in the film how the matchbook Hartigan picks up in Nancy's appartment has the Booze Brods and Bullets cover on it. They just removed the bullets part :D
 
now that you mentioned it, i did actually
 
has anyone seen BB&B in stores yet? because according to numerous sites it says it should be out by now.
 
Yeah, it will be really hard to find it. Here's my advice: Call every bookstore you know that has a Sin City Comic(1st or 2nd Editions) and reserve the ones that you would want. That's what i did at Barnes and Nobles.
 
Mr. McCarthy said:
Yeah, it will be really hard to find it. Here's my advice: Call every bookstore you know that has a Sin City Comic(1st or 2nd Editions) and reserve the ones that you would want. That's what i did at Barnes and Nobles.

Funny thing that, it was the first Sin City Book I bought
 

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