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Chapter 1: Black Eyed Susan
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Chapter 1: Black Eyed Susan [Kindle Edition]

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Meet Frank Valance, a former outlaw who has just opened the first Private Detective Agency in the wild west. He and his partner, an Apache named Maba, aim to redeem their outlaw pasts by helping the citizens of a podunk town called Shepard's Plateau. Supposing anyone will accept the help of a couple of former desperados!

Chapter 1: Frank Valance has just opened his Private Detective Agency and already he's met with hostility in the small town of Shepard's Plateau. It's beginning to look like he won't get any work at all when his first client comes in. But what seemed at first like a simple job might be more complicated then they'd suspected...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1007 KB
  • Publisher: MangaMagazine (July 21 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005E0CCZM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting...but not enough work here to decide whether I like it or not Jan. 27 2012
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This is a single chapter of a manga comic entitled Black Eyed Susan. So far, the story is about a young PI and his Native American sidekick who are hired by a young boy (or potentially girl disguised as a boy), to find the child's missing brother.

I found the story interesting, but the pencils were somewhat inconsistent. At times they were well-done other times a bit rushed with character faces poorly drawn.

Overall, it is an interesting taste of what might be in the full-length comic, but without a bit more, I find it difficult to decide whether this would be something I'd really want to read more of.

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