Western Classics: Graphic Classics Volume 20
Eureka Productions, 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Ricki Marking-Camuto
have never been one to want to pick up a Western novel to read for fun, but reading graphic versions of Western novels and stories is definitely fun. Like its predecessors in the
breathes new life into old stories.
he main story in
is a staple of the Western genre, an adaptation of Zane Grey's
Riders of the Purple Sage
. Cynthia Martin did a superb job bringing this classic to life in a standard comic book manner. Other standouts in the collection are Robert E. Howard's
Knife River Prodigal
for George Sellas' cartoony drawings; Bret Harte's
The Right Eye of the Commander
, a haunting story; and Willa Cather's
for the wonderful story and John Findley's nostalgic artwork.
hether you are a fan of Westerns or not, give
a try. Western lovers will enjoy seeing favorites brought to vivid life and newbies to Westerns will enjoy this easy introduction to the genre.
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