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Compared to this, the dark knight is like My Little Pony Holy fuck, noir This is dark, this is grit This is 150 shades of grey Layer upon layer of complexity and interwoven relationships It really is cranked up to 11 and then never stops You want some bad ass motherfuckers Try Red Crowguy is stone cold Takes out the Hmongs man, while on the phone with him Then tells him to come and get itthen takes a beating like Rocky fucking Balboa Saves the Rez, and still gets the last laugh Compared to this, the dark knight is like My Little Pony Holy fuck, noir This is dark, this is grit This is 150 shades of grey Layer upon layer of complexity and interwoven relationships It really is cranked up to 11 and then never stops You want some bad ass motherfuckers Try Red Crowguy is stone cold Takes out the Hmongs man, while on the phone with him Then tells him to come and get itthen takes a beating like Rocky fucking Balboa Saves the Rez, and still gets the last laughoh and the whole time Nitz and the FBI are on him like brown on riceoh, and he finds out there s a rat from the FBI in his inner circleoh and his daughter is a train wreck too, but he tried to save herCatcherfuuuuck.Dash is a Bad Bad Baaaaaad Horse Manages to get revenge on Diesel, evade being caught as the rat, stops another guy fro Ratting him out to Red Crow, and dodges Nitz, gets saved from Red Crow s 2 by Catcher, and still manages to come out positively on the karmic scaleI agree with Mike and Sam on their reviewsthere aren t enough wordsJason Aaronfuuuuck This volume alone gives you a decade of freedom for me to not ever disparage your work.READ THIS NOW [[ E-pub ]] ⇦ Scalped, Vol. 6: The Gnawing ↠ 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 There aren t enough superlatives for this review This being the sixth in the series, chances are you re as enamoured of these characters and their world as much as I am and are maybe wondering if this book is as good as the last book It s not it s better The Hmongs are coming to town to settle a score with Red Crow while Nitz finds what he needs to bring Red Crow to justice Carol Red Crow is in for a nasty surprise while Bad Horse faces down Diesel for the last time and dodges Red Crow s me There aren t enough superlatives for this review This being the sixth in the series, chances are you re as enamoured of these characters and their world as much as I am and are maybe wondering if this book is as good as the last book It s not it s better The Hmongs are coming to town to settle a score with Red Crow while Nitz finds what he needs to bring Red Crow to justice Carol Red Crow is in for a nasty surprise while Bad Horse faces down Diesel for the last time and dodges Red Crow s men to keep his undercover identity secret Meanwhile Falls Down finds Catcher s secret and the solution to the mystery of Gina Bad Horse s murderer.Suffice it to say, there is a helluva lot of action going on in this book which doesn t let up from the first page to the last The writing is top notch as always, the characters and their stories becomeandinteresting, especially Red Crow who is quickly becoming my favourite character for all his complexity If you re a fan, you ll devour this book in one sitting like me and if you re reading this and you haven t discovered Scalped yet, start reading this series, it s an incredible action drama story that deserves a wider audience According to legend, a wooden pole holds up the world When men sin, the Great Grandfather Beaver gnaws at that pole If he gnaws all the way through, the whole world will come crashing down Holy smokes, but you know things are going to get even bloodier when Dash Bad Horse says For the thing I got to do now, Momma I m sorry I continue to be riveted by this story, though it is certainly not for the faint of heart My review of the complete series can be found here According to legend, a wooden pole holds up the world When men sin, the Great Grandfather Beaver gnaws at that pole If he gnaws all the way through, the whole world will come crashing down Holy smokes, but you know things are going to get even bloodier when Dash Bad Horse says For the thing I got to do now, Momma I m sorry I continue to be riveted by this story, though it is certainly not for the faint of heart My review of the complete series can be found here From the first cover of this collection, I knew this read was going to be awesome With clear similarities to Swan s debut album, the very brutality of Michael s Gira s voice lyrics would fit perfectly into this tale of human depravity set on the rez I was not the least bit disappointed.All the puzzles pieces fit as the story progresses With harsh language to match physical lacerations, the story never seems to lose it s ethos nor energy When Red Crow performed an unlikely execution, an alr From the first cover of this collection, I knew this read was going to be awesome With clear similarities to Swan s debut album, the very brutality of Michael s Gira s voice lyrics would fit perfectly into this tale of human depravity set on the rez I was not the least bit disappointed.All the puzzles pieces fit as the story progresses With harsh language to match physical lacerations, the story never seems to lose it s ethos nor energy When Red Crow performed an unlikely execution, an already hazardous powder keg of gang level proportions truly explodes Now it s no longer the internal issues of the rez at the forefront but now faces an invasion by Hmong gangsters.However, what really makes this issue particularly potent is the flawless execution of plot twists Only exceeded in length by the rivers of blood that bathe most every other panel, innumerable twists and turns of plot delight first and then surprise us again and again Remarkably cohesive, the story grows and grows with each The characters and their developments are great The story itself only continues to grow and surprise with each and every page Stellar art provides a phenomenal adhesive to glue use to each and every panel However, it s level of verisimilitude that is the most amazing here Whether it s references to terrorism 9 11 happened nearly a decade before this series was completed or the incredibly detailed landscapes depicted within Powerful references to the real world in form and shape make this story feel unnervingly real Heck, even when silenced pistols are utilized in the series, they don t follow the typical puerile comic book onomatopoeias but well thought out, phut, phut The level of detail is insane here.The team of Aaron Guera clearly deserves to be in the ranks of Azzarello Risso, Moore Gibbons, Ennis Dillion, and innumerablePhenomenal read at every level My god This has got to be the most satisfying volume yet The intensity, action, blood and deaths in The Gnawing is way of the charts, it makes a Batman story a children s story Scalped cannot be stopped It is a huge Indian beast trampling down the hill, trampling and crushing anything which tries to stop it.Aaron is crazy genius He knows when and where to punch, to beat people up to a pulp, when to pull the trigger The build up towards the perfect retribution is cleverly executed I cannot My god This has got to be the most satisfying volume yet The intensity, action, blood and deaths in The Gnawing is way of the charts, it makes a Batman story a children s story Scalped cannot be stopped It is a huge Indian beast trampling down the hill, trampling and crushing anything which tries to stop it.Aaron is crazy genius He knows when and where to punch, to beat people up to a pulp, when to pull the trigger The build up towards the perfect retribution is cleverly executed I cannot grinning and something like f ck yeah in my mind Not that a major storyline s in Scalped has ended, we can now focus onpersonal and internal matters I don t fucking believe it How did Aaron pull of such a masterful tale The suspense, the amazing turns, the sheer inevitability of how this was going down Noir really is the best colour for a good story And his partner Guera has mastered the look of shitty, tramped on people who stare into the abyss and somehow keep on walking Red Crow is my absolute hero in all this, and that is a supreme accomplishment. I m running out of words to express how splendid this series is It s Shakespearean in every sense of the term I don t want to say too much because I don t know how to resume without spoiling at this point, but it s the best story I ve been reading in 2018. Phenomenal Volumes 7 10 can t get here fast enough Why didn t I order these all at once or, better yet, spring for the big deluxe HC editions So, I m just going to paste the following review to Volumes 5 through 8.If there s anything good about this enforced COVID social abandonment experiment we re all in the middle of as I type this almost into week five , it s the ability to binge read a series of graphic novels like one would normally binge a Netflix series.And this feels like a Netflix series This is the darkest parts of Breaking Bad or Better Call Saul, but set on a dying Native American reservation, where everyone is stretche So, I m just going to paste the following review to Volumes 5 through 8.If there s anything good about this enforced COVID social abandonment experiment we re all in the middle of as I type this almost into week five , it s the ability to binge read a series of graphic novels like one would normally binge a Netflix series.And this feels like a Netflix series This is the darkest parts of Breaking Bad or Better Call Saul, but set on a dying Native American reservation, where everyone is stretched to their limit, doing the most horrible things to just get through the day There s a corrosive bleakness and despair that runs through every page, and even when Aaron and company let a little light in, it s only so he can slam the door shut and cast the reader into an evendepressing darkness.These are probably the most real characters I ve ever read in a graphic novel series I m invested in every one of them, and I m desperate for someone to find some hope to cling to before this all wraps up, but I really doubt that s going to happen.This is one of the best pieces of fiction in any medium I ve ever experienced