Barbed Wire on the Prairie

Barbed Wire on the Prairie

Morris René Goscinny / Apr 09, 2020

Barbed Wire on the Prairie Felps decides to plant lettuce on his property But rancher Cass Casey s herds ransack Felps grounds Furious he hires Lucky Luke for protection from Casey Felps wants to surround his property with bar

  • Title: Barbed Wire on the Prairie
  • Author: Morris René Goscinny
  • ISBN: 9781905460243
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Paperback
  • Felps decides to plant lettuce on his property But rancher Cass Casey s herds ransack Felps grounds Furious, he hires Lucky Luke for protection from Casey Felps wants to surround his property with barbed wire, which in the Old West is seen as a provocation And so, war is declared between the ranchers and the farmers.

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      • Morris René Goscinny

        The Belgian author Morris full name Maurice de Bevere is best known for his humorous cowboy character, Lucky Luke Morris started his career in 1945 in Le Moustique, creating various covers and illustrations By the end of the 1940s, Morris met his colleagues Jij , Franquin and Will These four artists would be called The Gang of 4 , because they all worked in Jij s studio at that time The first episode of Lucky Luke, Arizona 1880 , was published in L Almanach Spirou 1947, and was later continued in Spirou In his early Lucky Luke comics, Morris was greatly inspired by animated cartoons la Disney.In 1949, Jij took Morris and Franquin to the US, where Morris met Jack Davis and Harvey Kurtzman, whom he helped with their plans for Mad Magazine He also met Ren Goscinny in the US In 1955, Morris returned to Europe and collaborated with Ren Goscinny on Lucky Luke Goscinny wrote the scenarios of over 35 stories, which led to the great success of the series Lucky Luke is one of the best sellers i


    535 Comments

    1. Always a pleasure. Not quite as funny as, say, The Wagon Train, but entertaining nonetheless. The Cinebook sequence differs from the original published sequence, but I suppose with books like these it doesn't really matter. I'm just curious as to why this is the case.Anyway, as a spoof on the old west, the Lucky Luke series is pretty cool. The "spaghetti westerns" of comic literature, if you will. Fans of Asterix especially should take note, as René Goscinny is the writer of the Lucky Luke book [...]


    2. Decent. Interesting to see how any minor confrontational situation in the Old West can be used as the basis of an entire book, without seeming forced or draggy. I think the Lucky Luke series has just surpassed Red Dead Redemption as the definitive Western - it's brilliant. You get so immersed it's done for cowboys what Asterix did for what would otherwise have been a very unknown (or one-sided) period in history.


    3. Un épisode amusant de Lucky Luke qui repose sur la rivalité opposant fermiers et grands éleveurs de bétail pour le contrôle des grandes plaines.On trouve dans cette BD une réplique culte de Lucky Luke : "En tout cas, vous êtes moins coriace que vos steaks, Casey"


    4. i really love Lucky Luke comic magazine, it's been a long time since i read it, if i'm not wrong this series is telling about Lucky Luke with his horse Jolly Jumper are hire by Felps the Lettuce's farmer to protecting him from Cass Casey the rancher, who want to own Felp's land.


    5. αυτός μάλιστα, είναι Λούκυ Λουκ της προκοπής. Με υπέροχο χιούμορ, κοροϊδεύει όλα τα στερεότυπα που μπορεί να φανταστεί κανείς, ενώ δεν λυπάται ούτε τους υποτιθέμενους καλούς της ιστορίας. Οι ατάκες είναι η μία καλύτερη από την άλλη, ενώ το καλαμπούρι του υποσκάπτει κομψά τη [...]


    6. Je ne suis pas un grand fan de Lucky Luke mais je conserve en tant que "classique" ayant marqué l'histoire de la BD


    7. Lucky Luke is the sexiest cowboy, ever! I was fangirling over him for so many years, and well until forever. Hahaha



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