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    Really enjoyed #1. I like that gritty modern western feel. Liked the writing and the art. Can't wait for more.

    Also I'm a newcomer hopefully I'm not breaking any rules posting. Just didn't see anything about this comic.
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    I love how well these small plot details are put together in a stunning story!

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    I read it last night. The dialog between the sheriff and the townspeople reminded me of Fargo. I suppose future issues will go more deeply into the sheriff's disturbing backstory. Anyway, now that they've established the setting in essentially a stand-alone issue, I look forward to seeing how they handle an extended story arc.

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    Was a really, really good first issue to me. I’m not sure what the plan for the season is...are we just visiting the world of these people or is there more of a direction?
    When I first saw them mentioning Breaking Bad I thought we’d be watching the sheriff crack...but some interviews seem to suggest he’s our anchor in this whole thing and we are just seeing it through his eyes.

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    Issue 2 just as good as the first. Welcome to my pull list, That Texas Blood.

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    I got the 'rejected movie pitch' feel from the first issue. Then I got to the blackmatter...

    It's funny to be like 'this was supposed to be a movie, but now I can't imagine it as anything but a comic' when all the panels are widescreen shots.

    Not a criticism, just an observation. But that kind of stuff bugs me a bit.

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