Anyone else read this?

#1 Posted by Raif (416 posts) - - Show Bio

I really enjoyed it, I grew up just outside of a rez and this reminds me somewhat of what happen when they opened a casino. It was much less bloody but the drugs and the corrupt cops were there. The tag line for the Wizard review or preview was that it is somewhat like the Sopranos but set with Indian characters etc... I have read the first two so far.

#2 Posted by Asymmetrical (23747 posts) - - Show Bio

I've started reading this...only the first issue so far but it seems like it could be really least I know why its called "Scalped" :D

#3 Posted by dan6433 (62 posts) - - Show Bio

I've read through the first few story arcs, and I'm completely enamored with this book. It's grade-A writing and artwork.

#4 Posted by DeathinFire (285 posts) - - Show Bio

I've read the first few trades and I love this book.  This has to be my favorite thing in print right now.  Loved Aaron's work on "the Otherside" also made for Vertigo.
#5 Posted by DarkMatter23 (90 posts) - - Show Bio

I picked up on this series when Vertigo re-released the first issue. The series was already on the 30th something issue, so I had a lot of catching up to do. My pocket book was unhappy, but after getting through a volume a week I had caught up to the monthly releases.  Oh. where did the time go? This title is filled with some of the best characters ever written. The dialogue always feels natural and true to the characters. There is a constant underlining social commentary going on. More people should be reading this. Jason Aaron and Guera are amazing together.

#6 Posted by Feliciano2040 (665 posts) - - Show Bio

Amazing series, got me into reading a lot of stuff done by Jason Aaron.

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