Occupation: Assassin (formerly), Politician (current)
Gender: Male
Comic Appearances: Family Values
Affiliation(s): Wallenquist
Bruno was a low rent killer until the Kraut made him a high-rent assassin. During his career, he murdered a "stoolie" while in bed with Andrea Vittoria Magliozzi; not knowing who the prostitute really was, Bruno killed her in order not to leave any witnesses.

Family Values

The Kraut, wanting a city councilman to control, put him into politics. During this career he became a champion for family values, while Giacco Magliozzi tortured and murdered people to learn who killed his niece. The Kraut did anything to cover Bruno's traces from that event, but Bruno's wife, Angie, who posed as a woman turned on with bloody stories, learned everything about Bruno's past.

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Bruno shot by Vito

A day after Angie sold the evidence to Magliozzi, Bruno went to the Olympian Palace; it was a Greek holiday but he convinced Poppa to serve his favorite pastitsio. While there, Vito came and shot him.

The next day, Dwight McCarthy was sent by the girls of Old Town to investigate his murder.

Sin City
Films Sin City - Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Main Characters Miho - Dwight McCarthy - Gail - Marv - Ava Lord - Wendy - Goldie - Johnny - John Hartigan - Nancy Callahan - Bob - Mort - Marcie - Sally - Joey Canelli - Becky - The Colonel - Customer - Lucille - Manute - Shellie - Senator Roark - Wallenquist - Dallas - Delia - Wallace
Groups Girls of Old Town - Basin City Police Department - Roark family - Irish mercenaries - Magliozzi Family - The Bikers - Wallenquist Organization
Locations Basin City - Old Town - Sacred Oaks - The Projects - The Pits - Kadie's - The Docks - Mimi's - Farm
Music Sin City (soundtrack) - Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For (soundtrack)
Comics The Hard Goodbye - A Dame To Kill For - The Babe Wore Red and Other Stories - The Big Fat Kill - Silent Night - That Yellow Bastard - Daddy's Little Girl - Lost, Lonely & Lethal - Sex & Violence - Just Another Saturday Night - Family Values - Booze, Broads, & Bullets - Hell And Back
Short Stories And Behind Door Number Three? - The Customer is Always Right - The Babe Wore Red - Fat Man and Little Boy - Blue Eyes - Rats - Wrong Turn - Wrong Track
Original Yarns The Long Bad Night - Nancy's Last Dance
Important Articles Chronology - Fan Art - Sin City - Sin City Comics to Film Differences - The Truce - Yarns
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