Scalped

Scalped

Indian Country

Graphic Novel - 2007
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Dash Bad Horse ran away from the Prairie Rose Reservation at age 13. He returns as an undercover FBI agent to take down casino owner and crime boss Lincoln Red Crow.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2007
ISBN: 9781401213176
1401213170
Characteristics: 124 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: Indian country

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Cody7279
Jul 07, 2017

Kind of a slow start, but, it's Jason Aaron and I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt. I can definitely see the potential in this story and look forward to reading more. The art is very 90s style, which normally turns me off, but, Aaron is a master storyteller and can keep me coming back for more.

JCLEdwardR Oct 11, 2016

Great for fans of shows like True Detective or Breaking bad. This comic series is gritty and grim and I devoured the entire 10 volumes in two days. This writer also has a series called Southern Bastards, highly recommended as well.

Mark_Daly Oct 03, 2013

Starts as the most cynical and violent type of noir, then adds depth with its focus on family ties and personal regrets. Meanwhile, the dark, Dickensian plot, fueled by revenge and betrayals, keeps ratcheting the tension upward. Unforgettable.

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ThomasLove
May 15, 2013

Compelling read, though I couldn't really relate.

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jdsharpnack
Dec 05, 2010

This is a fantastic graphic novel series in Vertigo DC line. This is perhaps the best collection of writing and illustrations I have ever read. Definitely for mature audiences due to adult themes. The Dead Mothers storyline is phenomenal espcially leading to the last panel of this arc.

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RussNeverSleeps
Sep 27, 2009

Uncompromising hard-boiled noir set on the rez. Violent & visceral. A great read.

sit_walk Aug 11, 2009

Very dark and very violent, but with a surprisingly engrossing and intricate story that emerges over several volumes. Well worth sticking with, even if this first volume doesn't quite win you over.

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Sep 06, 2016

tommyv7326 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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