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BySir Stevenon 22 March 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
Want your heroes to be smart? Want your heroes to be respected? Want you heroes to be in new adventures using their wits and weapons to clean up the west? Buy this and enjoy it . Moonstone got some of the great heroes of yesteryear and let people that know, respect and love the characters show what can be done when talented people are at work. Some might pooh pooh the heroes of an older age, too corny, too old fashion, too white. These writers showed us what could have been (might be someday I hope) done to show why the characters have stood the test of time, despite some dopes in the movie world. Check out the other Moonstone volumes of the Green Hornet and Zorro. The best of times is sometimes the oldest of times. Return with us now to the old west and one Lone Ranger and his faithful and smart companion Tonto.
ByJohn Smallon 18 September 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
This volume is a worthy addition to Moonstone's ongoing series of anthologies featuring well-known pop culture heroes of yesteryear. The highlights in this one for me were the stories by Matthew Baugh and Denny O'Neil, but there's not a bad one in the bunch. It's great to see the Lone Ranger getting his share of attention again; one can only hope that the writers of the upcoming film version may have taken the time to read this volume and Howard Hopkins' "Vendetta" to get an idea as to why fans love this character as much as we do.
ByLarry Spellmeyeron 4 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I am a very avide Lone Ranger fan from way back in the 40's. I will buy just about any book or story or other things of The Lone Ranger. He was my idol and still is. Except the new Johnny Depp version i will not buy.