SCALPED DELUXE EDITION BOOK TWO
In these stories from SCALPED #12-24, on the morning after the opening of the Crazy Horse Casino, Dashiell Bad Horse learns that two women were murdered during the night. It’s up to...
Concluding a two-part story focusing on Shunka, Red Crow's mysterious right hand man! Red Crow sent Shunka to sort out a feud with a rival Native American casino, but now he's become embroiled in a murder mystery. He knows he should walk away, but something inside won't let him, which means things are about to get bloody.
Sharpen your shanks and get ready as SCALPED goes behind bars! Part 2 of "High Lonesome" is a special stand-alone issue spotlighting the renegade FBI agent known as Diesel, a tougher-than-nails fanatic and wannabe-Native American who can't seem to keep himself out of trouble – even when he's locked up in jail.
This sexy issue focuses on the torrid romance between Dash and Carol. In between their bouts of passion, Dash learns more about Carol's troubled past, including a revelation that's sure to shock you.
After years spent working the rez chasing Chief Red Crow and losing more and more of his soul along the way, FBI Agent Nitz now finds himself at a crossroads where only one thing is certain: someone must die.
Beginning a brand-new arc focusing on one of the reservation's most mysterious characters: Red Crow's right-hand man, Shunka. When Red Crow becomes embroiled in a feud with a rival Native American casino, Shunka is sent to sort out the mess…
Our steamiest arc yet comes to a close as more secrets of Carol's past are revealed, including why she so deeply despises her father, Red Crow. Also, Dash makes a dark and fateful decision that will forever affect his future on the rez.
A stand-alone issue focusing on tribal policeman Franklin Falls Down. After years spent being the one good cop on a dirty rez, Falls Down is considering retirement. But for a man who knows everything there is to know about policing in Indian Country, there's one thing he's never learned how to do, and that's "let go."