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on 24 January 2001
Reading Lucky Luke always takes me back to my young years when I'd wait breathlessly for the end of the month and buy his latest adventures. His sworn enemies, the Dalton brothers offer great comic entertainment, joining evil schemes with an amazing idiocy.
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on 25 January 2001
Its really good and I think that its the best one out of all of the Lucky Luke books. Its very well written and its realy funny.
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on 22 February 2014
Lucky Luke is for me almost on a par with Asterix the Gaul and way above TinTin. Morris' deft, clean artwork is always a joy and his characterisation of the wild west is both warm and engaging. A definite for any lover of the French form of cartoons, which are so much better than any other countries, and I'm English and worked extensively for the Dandy so this really is an unbiased opinion
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on 12 December 2014
Well, anything can happen in a Lucky Luke story, such as, in this book, Lucky being waited on by the Dalton Brothers whilst they prepare their Saloon in their newly named Dalton City. This is a great fun, if completely ridiculous, ha ha.. Also we are introduced to Lulu and her dancing girls (you don't often get many females in these books) and good old Rin Tin Can, the hapless/hopeless pooch, is back for another story. Bravo!
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on 7 December 2015
good read
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