Copperhead, Vol. 3

  • Title: Copperhead, Vol. 3
  • Author: Jay Faerber Drew Moss Ron Riley Thomas Mauer
  • ISBN: 9781534302365
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copperhead Vol A man from Sheriff Clara Bronson s past shows up in Copperhead complicating her efforts to solve the bizarre murder of Copperhead s mayor Meanwhile Deputy Boo is made an offer he can t refuse COPPER
    A man from Sheriff Clara Bronson s past shows up in Copperhead, complicating her efforts to solve the bizarre murder of Copperhead s mayor Meanwhile, Deputy Boo is made an offer he can t refuse COPPERHEAD is Copyright 2017 by Jay Faerber Scott Godlewski Collects COPPERHEAD 11 14.

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    1. Pardon the pun, but I always come away from each new volume of Copperhead feeling like I was just on a blind date with a snake oil salesman. Like, everything seemed good while I was in it -- and then the thing is over, and I feel like I've been had. It's just that Jay Faerber seems more concerned with cliffhangers and punchlines than he is with actual story. I don't mind how goofy and simplistic Copperhead is -- the outlaw aliens, the Boss Hogg-esque villain, the sheriff-deputy rivalry, and even [...]

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    2. This one felt a bit short. The other two volumes each had a unique storyline that ended with a conclusion (view spoiler)[whereas this one didn’t finish it’s arch and also continued with the overlying story of the missing father. So the ending was unsatisfactory. (hide spoiler)]

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    3. Scott Godlewski did not make the art in this volume (issues 10# to #14). And it's a big loss. In Jay Faeber's own words, Copperhead is a co-creation of Godlewski. And comics are exactly made of visual art and text. Since some comic books don't have any text (classic examples are the beginning of Le Monde D'Edena by Moebius and some stories in Caza's The Age of Darkness) and are able to tell the story only through visual art, one might even say that this is the most important part. Can we imagine [...]

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    4. Still going strong. Engaging storyline, lots of interesting characters, and a hard as nails female lead to boot.

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    5. Another satisfying volume in this great series! The artwork isn't like fine art, but it's just right, just perfect to convey this storyif that makes any sense. Great characters and story lines, this is one of the coolest books going, in my opinion.

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    6. Science-fiction western saga continuesHaving read Volume 2 (but not 1), I enjoyed what is basically a Western set in a futuristic setting with many alien races. Clara Bronson is the red-headed sheriff in a small town called Copperhead bringing justice to all. There is of course corruption and political manipulation going on around her. This volume follows on directly from Volume 2 and will lead onto another volume.A good old-fashioned shoot-out type of comic, it’s engaging and fun. Well-writte [...]

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    7. Sheriff Bronson and her various frenemies investigate the murder of Copperhead's mayor, and a very surprising new mayor sits in City Hall. Meanwhile, the Sheriff's ex-boyfriend shows up in Copperhead, and her ex-husband has escaped prison, so not a great time to be Sheriff Bronson. There's not enough of Boo or Ishmael in this collection for my liking, and I'm not super happy about regular artist and co-creator Scott Godlewski being MIA, but Drew Moss does an admirable job pinch-hitting.

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    8. This trade was a slight step down from the two previous trades. With 20+ pages of process drawings and sketches, the trade read like 3 standard issues. In addition to the length, it seems like it was abbreviated across the board. As though we're reading at 1.5x speed, there are plot jumps that seem more drastic and unexplained than was the case in trades 1 and 2. It's still an interesting storyline with the search for Bronson from both exes and the plots related to both mayors. 3.5/5

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    9. The story continues in the best SyFy Western story I've read since FireFly was canceled by FOX. I really enjoy the character back grounds and the on going story of Sheriff Bronson. The graphic are just and good and the story line. I highly recommend this series and I'm looking forward to the next volume sooner than later.

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    10. This should be 3.5. The previous volumes are easily 4 stars but the change in artist didn't help and this story really could have used an extra issue to let it breath and let some chapters have their full impact.

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    11. A step down in quality art wise.There is nothing deep or complex about the plot. Just a quick, fun adventure.

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    12. 2.5 star.

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    13. space wild west with great fun !!!!

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    14. Glad to see the series continuing. I like the change in the art, though I still find the colours a bit too bright and clean for a dusty, backwater setting.

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    15. Probably the weakest in the series so far sadly. But it spent a lot of time building to what should be an interesting nest volume.

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    16. Another good volume.

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    17. Probably more a 2.5* this was pretty underwhelming. I don't really like the art changes, the sheriff especially.

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    18. Just keeps getting better.

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    19. The weasel businessman in town finally makes his move! This is the strongest volume of the series so far thanks to the more complicated plot.This series has consistent pacing and plenty of regularly-scheduled twists. I'm appreciating it more as I read more of it.Our heroine will live to fight another dayr now. And I will keep reading the series.Borrowed from the library.

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    20. Murder on page one!That's about the most exciting this volume of COPPERHEAD gets. What begins as a curious and exquisite dip into domestic fact-finding and the surreptitious navigation of local politics slowly and somewhat tediously winds its way to an ineffectual almost-conclusion. Volume Three isn't a strong or compelling installment of this comic book, but it gets the job done.Sheriff Bronson is just trying to do her job, after all. It's not her fault somebody wants the mayor dead. It's not h [...]

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