Lucky Luke Versus the Pinkertons by Daniel Pennac, Tonino Benacquista
  

Synopsis

Lucky Luke Versus the Pinkertons by Daniel Pennac, Tonino Benacquista

It's the start of the 1860s, and the Old West is changing-a change that comes as a shock to the Daltons when they're arrested not by Lucky Luke, but by - Allan Pinkerton! The man is determined to turn bandit-hunting into a modern, rational business-even at the cost of the American people's personal freedom. It'll be up to Lucky Luke to ensure that the USA is protected against all evil-doers, rascals and lawmen alike -

About the Author

Daniel Pennac is a renowned French writer whose most famous work is the Malaussene family saga. His playful, fluid style and whimsical characters have made him a favourite of the reading public. Tonino Benacquista is a noir novel specialist who has since branched out into other media, such as theatre, comics and cinema-where he earned the French Academy Award for best script for the movie Sur mes levres.A Achde began drawing comics at age three and has never stopped. Creator of such series as CRS=detresseA and WokerA (with Widenlocher), he eventually fulfilled a childhood dream when he was asked to take over as artist for Lucky Luke.A

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Daniel Pennac, Tonino Benacquista
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

6th October 2011

ISBN

9781849180986


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