I would think that after the first Sheriff got put under they would be smart enough to round up a a posse. And if one dead sheriff wasn’t enough you’d think two would be. I’m not sure this towns grasp of tactics; which seems to consist of “send sheriff in. He dies. Hire new one, repeat.” is a viable one.
At least that’s how it worked in the Lucky Luke cartoons : )
loving Virgil’s face/facial expressions.
It doesn’t seem like a big enough town to have enough armed gentleman about for that, or at least none with the stomach for it.
Although weird/interesting that the protagonist role has become a little murky…
Just wanted to add a historical note here. The Hollywood western presentation of unarmed panicked citizens is 90% bull. Most households and one or more guns.
Even more to the point, most of the “pioneers” were Civil war veterans. During the short-lived outlaw era the gangs kept getting bigger and got out of town real quick. Otherwise they’d be taking rifle fire from everywhere.
Also, panel 4 made me laugh.
Jasper’s outraged gesticulation tickles my funny bone in the best way.
I didn’t notice it before, but those light color holds are incredibly effective! I love how they look on the dark hats.
Just great. I love coming back and having a couple of new pages to get me by! Western Webcomics for the win.
Absolutely. Via con dios, my Western Webcomic brother.
I love your art style!
Thank you very kindly, Your Majesty
Three sheriffs within two days!….my, my, my….Our little heroine was plumed busy I see. Wonder what the hiring policy and appointment of Sheriffs in Sun Prairie is?…The benefits and wages must be damn good…I mean three (3) sheriffs in a row…They must have a damn good dental plan!
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