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Frank Miller Crystal NFT Joins Town Star Play-to-Earn

This original article appeared in the Town Star on October 26, 2021.

Have you seen the limited edition crystal sculpture NFT at It’s absolutely stunning, and it thinks outside the box as an NFT. When you buy one, you’re paying for a physical polycarbonate printed crystal, but you’ll get a lot more than that. Inside the crystal is etched a unique code to redeem for an exclusive art NFT created by Frank Miller and Concept Art House.

Today, Town Star is sweetening the deal by bringing this NFT into #TSP2E.

That’s right. Not only will you have a physical piece of Frank Miller history that will adorn your most well-lit shelf for years to come, but you can use the NFT within to earn TownCoin daily in Town Star.

As of now, there are still plenty of “The Noir Hero” available, but we have a sneaking suspicion that with this new announcement of added Town Star utility, the remaining copies of this piece will go extremely quickly.

Just to recap, when you purchase “The Noir Hero” with either USDC or a credit card on, you will receive a beautiful and virtually indestructible crystal sculpture of some of Frank Miller’s finest work.

Once you have held the crystal in your hand and redeemed the unique code within, you’ll also receive a limited edition NFT that will be usable in Town Star Play-to-Earn.

Where Does Town Star Come In?

Sin City’s signature character, Marv, will watch over your Town Star town, ensuring that it will always uphold the ideals of justice and reminding you that things aren’t always as they seem.

In the game, the NFT will take the form of a beautiful statue, reimagined within Town Star by our talented art team led by Art Director Warren Marshall. It will stand as a beacon of hope and support for the underdogs, the oppressed, and the down on their luck. Most importantly, as long as you’ve completed your Daily Challenge and have the Gala Power level to support it, this NFT will earn you 50 TOWN each day (subject to change).

The Town Star team is excited to offer another example of what play-to-earn can do, adding utility to an already amazing and groundbreaking piece of art. We are proud to support the Sin City 30th Anniversary NFT Series in this way, and we hope you all have a chance to hold one of these exquisite crystal sculptures in your hand to feel the magic for yourself.

Learn more about Town Star Play-to-Earn


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About Frank Miller's Sin City 30th Anniversary NFTs

In celebration of 30 years of Sin City, Frank Miller has teamed up with gaming art studio Concept Art House and industry-leading blockchain gaming platform Gala Games to produce a set of nonfungible token (NFT) collectibles based on the Sin City franchise. Check out this interview with Frank Miller and Gala Games or learn more at

About Concept Art House

Since its founding in 2007, Concept Art House (CAH) has provided art for some of the most popular and successful game companies in the world. In its storied history, CAH has helped ship over 1000 games, many of which became smash hits and achieved top ratings in iTunes, Google Play, Steam, and console marketplaces alike. CAH has created art for such notable gaming franchises such as: Call of Duty Mobile, Fortnite, Game of Thrones: Conquest, Hearthstone, League of Legends, Magic: The Gathering, Marvel: Contest of Champions, NBA 2K series, ROBLOX, PUBG and many more. CAH is headquartered in San Francisco, CA with offices in Shanghai and Chengdu, China. Visit us at

About Gala Labs

Gala Labs is a group of creative technologists from around the globe who enjoy exploring, stretching and bringing to life ideas that complement the ecosystem built by Gala Games. We are motivated to find new and exciting ways to creatively use blockchain technology to engage and reward the Gala Games community. We also help brand and IP owners get ready for a decentralized future!


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