Frank Miller’s Whores


I don’t know where this came from.  Anyone?

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    5 Responses to Frank Miller’s Whores

    1. Elektra wasn’t a complete whore.


    2. Aah, natakamus, therein lies the catch: The strip says to write one “without a whore in it,” so it doesn’t necessarily have to be the lead; if I’m not mistaken, wasn’t it Miller who wrote Karen Page as a drugged-out porn star at one point? I could be wrong, but it was around issue #227, when she gives up DD’s identity to the Kingpin for some drugs. So if Karen Page appears in any Elektra comics (I have a feeling she does) then technically it’s still a whoreful story.

      Goddamn…I just read my comment and it turns out I’m a geek, and an old one to boot.

      But 300 doesn’t have any, does it?


    3. The queen gives it up to that guy because she thinks he will then support her in the council. And… Xerxes tent is full of leper bitches.

      I realize now you might have been attempting to be sarcastic… *shrugs*


    4. In the Miller book, the Queen doesn’t do anything except say goodbye to Leonidas. There are 2 depictions that could be argued to be Whores. The Oracle at Delphi and the Persian women that seduce Ephialtes. Story-wise they aren’t “exactly” whores, but they look exactly like his Sin-City whores to the nth.


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