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by R.M. Guera,Jock,Jason Aaron

  • Author: R.M. Guera,Jock,Jason Aaron
  • ISBN: 1401227171
  • ISBN13: 978-1401227173
  • ePub: 1414 kb | FB2: 1251 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Publisher: Vertigo (May 25, 2010)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Scalped Vol. 6: The Gnawing ePub download

Scalped Vol. 6: The Gnawing Paperback – May 25, 2010

Scalped Vol. 6: The Gnawing Paperback – May 25, 2010. by. Jason Aaron (Author). Jason Aaron is an Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated comic book writer whose best known work includes the Native American crime series Scalped for Vertigo and stints on series such as Star Wars, Ghost Rider, Punisher MAX, Wolverine, Incredible Hulk, Wolverine & The X-Men, Thor, and Avengers vs. X-Men, all for Marvel. Jason was born in Alabama but currently resides in Kansas City. He enjoys many things, but shaving is not one of them. Guera is a Serbian comic book author and illustrator.

Jason Aaron, the up-and-coming writer of the critically acclaimed series THE OTHER SIDE teams with gritty artist . Guera for an intense crime drama that mixes organized crime with current Native American culture. Fifteen years ago, Dashiell "Dash" Bad. Scalped, Vol. 10: Trail's End (Scalped,

Jason Aaron is an Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated comic book writer whose best known work includes the Native American crime series Scalped for Vertigo and stints .

Jason Aaron is an Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated comic book writer whose best known work includes the Native American crime series Scalped for Vertigo and stints on series such as Star Wars, Ghost Rider, Punisher MAX, Wolverine, Incredible Hulk, Wolverine & The X-Men, Thor, and Avengers vs. His work has been published in Spain, France, and the United States.

Scalped, Vol. 6 book. Jason Aaron & . Guerra deliver an action packed tour de force that goes full steam ahead this twisted story of Dash Bad Horse and his terrible life on the Rez. This volume might arguably be the most violent and that's an extreme statement. There are twists aplenty and the reader never knows who's next to experience something awful.

Scalped Vol. 6 : The Gnawing. Written by JASON AARON Art by . By (author) Jason Aaron. GUERA Cover by JOCK In this new collection featuring issues of the monthly series, Red Crow commits a murder in front of witnesses and the FBI thinks they can finally put him away. Meanwhile, Dash's loyalty is tested as his addiction to heroin intensifies.

Scalped is a 60 issue crime/western comic book series written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R. M. Guéra, published monthly by Vertigo Comics. Issue was published on January 3, 2007

Scalped is a 60 issue crime/western comic book series written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R. Issue was published on January 3, 2007. The series focuses on the Oglala Lakota inhabitants of the fictional Prairie Rose Indian Reservation in modern-day South Dakota as they grapple with organized crime, rampant poverty, drug addiction and alcoholism, local politics and the preservation of their cultural identity. 6: The Gnawing.

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Jason Aaron (born January 28, 1973) is an American comic book writer, known for his work on titles such as Thor, The Other Side, Scalped, Ghost Rider, Wolverine and PunisherMAX. Jason Aaron was born in Jasper, Alabama. His cousin, Gustav Hasford, who wrote the l novel The Short-Timers (1979), on which the feature film Full Metal Jacket (1987) was based, was a large influence on Aaron.

Fifteen years ago, Dashiell "Dash" Bad Horse ran away from a life of poverty and hopelessness on the Prairie Rose Indian Reservation in search of something better. Now he's come back home armed with nothing but a set of nunchucks, a hell-bent-for-leather attitude and one dark secret, to find nothing much has changed on "The Rez" -- short of a glimmering new casino run by a corrupt leader named Red Crow, and a once-proud people overcome by drugs and organized crime. In this volume, Red Crow commits a murder in front of witnesses and the FBI finally thinks they have the dirt they need to put him away. Meanwhile, Dash's loyalty to Red Crow is tested as his addiction to heroin intensifies.
Jox
This volume is primarily exposition and "world building," but it is still remarkable. The story is sad, beautifully drawn, and feels genuine. It's definitely noir, with all of the gritty action and darkness that the genre requires. In some ways it's a bit of Sin City meets the Rez, but I don't think that's a bad thing. Having spent a bit of time on the reservation that inspired the setting for this story, I think the bleak picture for the Rez inhabitants is (unfortunately) true to life.

Having read volume 2 as well, I can say this only gets to be even "more": more sad, more complicated, more infuriating, more interesting. Read it!
Gagas
I purchased Scalped Vol. 1: Indian Country when I saw the iFanboy guys talking about it. It sounded different, and interesting, and most of all it wasn't a traditional capes and cowls comic. This trade features the first 5 issues of the monthly comic. It took me until chapter 2 or 3 to really get into it and understand what was going on, once you do, it's a hell of a ride. The combination of writing, script, and art makes you feel like you're there on "The Rez" with everyone else, like you're right in the thick of it. I remember cursing aloud when Dash did something stupid when it was obvious he shouldn't have. The characters are written extremely well, by the end of Indian Country you pretty much know the main players and the histories between them. I had a feeling of knowing them intimately when I finished this book. Another great thing about this book is that the characters actually speak Lakotan to one another. Not being of American Indian descent, I don't know what the hell they are saying, but you can pretty much piece it together from the surrounding dialogue. The twists in this story are great too, 2 big ones in Indian Country. I'm just waiting to get through a few more books and I'll be checking out the 2nd trade, "Casino Boogie".
Rageseeker
Great series. Fantastic characters. Wonderful plot. Art is fine. I'm reading this ten years after it came out. It's aged very well.

Vertigo has put out a stunning number of excellent books.
Zahisan
I just got my copy of Scalped Vol 1: Indian Country last night and churned my way through it in one sitting. It was impossible to put down. The characters in this story are intensly messy on various emoitional levels and I have to say, that's the attraction really. I think a lot of readers can relate to non-perfect characters with equally intriguing, yet complicated, messy lives. The story in volume one is relentless in dragging you into this world. Add to this, the political and cultural elements of an indigenous culture in a white man's world and it's just unmissable reading. That is as gritty as it is real. I particuarly like the relationship between bad horse and his mother and want far more of this revealed. I can't wait to invest myself into this series.
Risteacor
This crime-noir story is so much fun, life on rez is so brought to life so well and the characters burst with awesomeness. I can't think of a writer in comics right now that does such a good job. Aaron keeps amping this story up. There are so many good storylines that run parrel to this. Along with the back story about the FBI and what happened on the rez forty years ago. Get into this if : you like a good writing, crime-noir, turning your page often, and fun art.

Just a small preview Bad Horse starts messing around with things that DARE told you never to touch. Maybe if his mom was around to smack some sense into him.
Sti
Smartly written and well-drawn, I really loved these books. Scalped gives you a look at an American socio-environmental that's only marginally fictionalized, and one very few Americans bother thinking about in this day and age; the reservations. The story manages to be compelling and interesting throughout the run, while side-stepping the cheesiness that seems to find its way into many comics. Most of the characters, while not all likeable, lend a great deal to the page and you may even get attached to one or two before long. Not many graphic novels are of quite the same caliber as this one.
Celen
This is definitely one of those books you have to be in the right mood for. It is a hard boiled cops and gangsters kinda book like "Donnie Brasco" meets "Thunderheart". Well written and decently drawn it has a very Vertigo feel that makes it a hard book to put down. I recommend this for folks who like The Punisher. For readers of traditional super hero comic fare, you can safely pass this one by.
This is one of my 3 favorite TPB series of all time. Just recently finished this along with Preacher and DMZ and none of the 3 will disappoint. Writing is top notch. Scalped in particular is amazing for the depth of emotion and nerves that it can strike. One section will have you cringing at the brutal violence and bloodshed while the next will leave you amazed at the tenderness that can be conveyed in this medium (The Old Couple's hard winter for example was extremely touching segment).
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