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The Collected Fantasies, Vol. 8: Mississippi River By Mœbius Jean-Michel Charlier,

  • Title: The Collected Fantasies, Vol. 8: Mississippi River
  • Author: Mœbius Jean-Michel Charlier
  • ISBN: 9780871357151
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When artist Jean Moebius Giraud and author Jean Michel Charlier were unable to continue their popular Western series Blueberry due to a legal problem, they began a new story with a new character.Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, Mississippi River introduces us to rascally soldier Cutlass, embroiled in a series of unfortunate adventures similar to Blueberry s, but less hWhen artist Jean Moebius Giraud and author Jean Michel Charlier were unable to continue their popular Western series Blueberry due to a legal problem, they began a new story with a new character.Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, Mississippi River introduces us to rascally soldier Cutlass, embroiled in a series of unfortunate adventures similar to Blueberry s, but less heroic The story was serialized in the French magazine Metal Hurlant in 1979, and translated and released by Marvel s Epic imprint in 1990.
    The Collected Fantasies Vol Mississippi River When artist Jean Moebius Giraud and author Jean Michel Charlier were unable to continue their popular Western series Blueberry due to a legal problem they began a new story with a new character Remin

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    1. I m not particularly fond of western stories, but mississippi river or Jim Cutlass 1 has a different tone that kept me seeing it to the end I could do with smaller speech bubbles but the story was solid with it s plot twists and turns, an atypical civil war drama with balanced action and a small portion of romance Moebius is blueberry than anything else, it s nice to see him change his drawing conventions for a loose style that fits better to the tone of Charlier s script.

    2. OK We all know Giraud note I didn t call him Moebius for his western work on the Blueberry Series with JM Charlier, here this is like an off beat western which doesn t have anything similar to Blueberry, art work is good, about the story is build upon characters around the American Civil war, everybody likes to seize the opportunity to turn upon themselves, Jim Cutlass himself is a person who does everything by the way it comes Its just a Volume 1 of the series and the good thing is the story ar [...]

    3. Sharp art and really great storytelling Cutlass manages to get himself out of trouble every time, but never quite enough to stay on top Too bad this is the only volume starring this character that these two did together I haven t read any Lieutenant Blueberry yet, though, so maybe those stories will give me a similar fix.

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