Lucky Luke Rails on the Prairie by Goscinny
  

Synopsis

Lucky Luke Rails on the Prairie by Goscinny

The First Transcontinental Railroad is stopped dead near its starting point, both in the East and in the West. Repeated injunctions from the president of the Transcontinental RailroadA are having no effect: His workers are constantly prevented from working by agents of a mysterious traitor. But Lucky Luke witnesses one of the acts of sabotage and stops it. Soon, he is in charge of security for the entire westward push-and he will have his work cut out for him!

About the Author

Born and raised in Belgium, Morris moved to the United States in 1946 for six years. There, he worked for MAD magazine and met Rene Goscinny, with whom he collaborated from 1955 until Goscinny's death in 1977. Goscinny also created the IznogoudA series with illustrator Tabary, published in English by Cinebook, and the hugely successful AsterixA series with illustrator Uderzo.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Goscinny
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Publisher

Cinebook Ltd

Publication date

12th January 2011

ISBN

9781849181044


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