That Texas Blood, Vol. 1

That Texas Blood, Vol. 1

Sheriff Joe Bob Coates questions his effectiveness as the aging lawman of Ambrose County, Texas as chaos descends following an explosive highway confrontation and the mysterious death of local rogue Travis Terrill. Michael Lark (LAZARUS, Daredevil) calls the series "The best damn comic I've read in years."

Title:That Texas Blood, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
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    That Texas Blood, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Sam Quixote

    Despite Ambrose County, Texas being a small town, it has more than its fair share of violence! And it seems violence only begets more violence, as a man returns to identify his estranged brother’s d...

  • L. McCoy

    Holy fuck! This is the author’s first comic? Well, I’ll definitely be looking for more of his work.What’s it about?There’s this guy who’s brother dies. The main character goes back to his ho...

  • Frdric

    Good rural noir. Imperfections but I have great expectations for the next volume. After an excellent first issue that made me think of No country for old men all the way and which introduced laconic a...

  • James DeSantis

    Obviously Chris grew up reading Brubaker's worth because...this is Brubaker-Lite. That's not a bad thing. In fact more comics that feature brutal crime stories is a good thing to me. When a brother co...

  • Kyle Dinges

    I came into this expecting I'd like it quite a bit. I didn't. It was okay. It's probably unfair to compare this to Criminal just because a member of the Phillips family is drawing, but it looks and fe...

  • Rory Wilding

    As the aging sheriff of Ambrose County, Texas, Joe Bob Coates questions his effectiveness in his lawful position following a highway confrontation involving a casserole dish and the mysterious death o...

  • Robert

    Bleak, lonely, and desolate, like the best of Cormac McCarthy. ...

  • Kaiulani

    A gritty and pulpy descent into madness that somehow feels very fresh. I loved it top to bottom. ...

  • Chris Thompson

    What an awesome story. This reads like a mix of Ed Brubaker and Cormac McCarthy, though less wordy than Brubaker. This is tightly written and highly engaging - it will suck you right in and won’t le...

  • Jake Nap

    A real page turner. I think it tries a bit too hard to emulate the feel of a Brubaker/Phillips book but it as a damn good copy. I think there’s merit to this beyond the obvious Brubaker/Phillips com...