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History-Themed Webcomics Wednesday
Red Plains, written by Caryn A. Tate

Red Plains is an authentic, ongoing comic book series that is centered on a town filled with murder, lust, and greed. The series deals with the West as it really was – violent and unpredictable – and doesn’t fall back on any tired tropes. And, just like reality, the actions of and decisions made by a single character have an impact on other characters and the world in which they live.
The series features a diverse cast of characters – the main characters include the wealthy Latino family the Escovidos; rancher Doug Stevens and his spoiled son, Jackson; struggling father/daughter farmers Isaac and Rose Templeton; and the local politicians, prostitutes, cowboys, and Sheriff Doles and his deputies, who are trying to keep a lid on things.

History-Themed Webcomics Wednesday

Red Plains, written by Caryn A. Tate

Red Plains is an authentic, ongoing comic book series that is centered on a town filled with murder, lust, and greed. The series deals with the West as it really was – violent and unpredictable – and doesn’t fall back on any tired tropes. And, just like reality, the actions of and decisions made by a single character have an impact on other characters and the world in which they live.

The series features a diverse cast of characters – the main characters include the wealthy Latino family the Escovidos; rancher Doug Stevens and his spoiled son, Jackson; struggling father/daughter farmers Isaac and Rose Templeton; and the local politicians, prostitutes, cowboys, and Sheriff Doles and his deputies, who are trying to keep a lid on things.

iFanboy has a great interview with writer Caryn A. Tate about the latest installment of her Red Plains western series, The Ballad of Double Ott, about an African-American cowboy.  
She talks about her passion for historical accuracy about the Wild West, especially with regards to diversity, and having a range of female characters (and not just prostitutes)
It sounds like a fantastic series and I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of it before. It looks like it’s only available digitally, so I’ll have to check it out after I get my tablet for Christmas :3
Click here for a preview and purchase link on Graphicly

iFanboy has a great interview with writer Caryn A. Tate about the latest installment of her Red Plains western series, The Ballad of Double Ott, about an African-American cowboy.  

She talks about her passion for historical accuracy about the Wild West, especially with regards to diversity, and having a range of female characters (and not just prostitutes)

It sounds like a fantastic series and I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of it before. It looks like it’s only available digitally, so I’ll have to check it out after I get my tablet for Christmas :3

Click here for a preview and purchase link on Graphicly

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