Scalped #29 (Ongoing)
Eng | RS & MU | CBR | Vertigo (DC Comics) | June 3, 2009 | 25 Pages | 18.1 MB
Scalped is a ongoing comic book series written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by R. M. Gura, published monthly by Vertigo Comics. Issue #1 was published on January 3, 2007. Right away the series' style can fairly be described as a fusion of film noir and western elements in a modern setting; concerning organized crime on the (fictional) Prairie Rose Indian Reservation in South Dakota. The artist, R. M. Gura, uses the colour brown predominantly, with blue and green monotones to emphasize starkness and aiming for a grimy, dirty look. Shadows, the desert and the glaring sun are used to emphasise a sort of stifling atmosphere. Aaron for his part intersperses many allusions to noir prose authors and to the western genre in the names of his characters and in his titles, in a sort of pop homage. How the visuals dovetail with Aaron's narrative approach is never more illustrated than in issue #29, the conclusion to the story arc, "High Lonesome." Graphic and violent.
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