The Lone Ranger, Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed

The Lone Ranger, Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed

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by Brett Matthews, John Cassaday, Paul Pope, Sergio Cariello
     
 

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  • In "Lines Not Crossed" (issues #7-11) the thrilling adventures of The Lone
    Ranger and Tonto continue from writer Brett Matthews, art director John
    Cassaday, and interior artist Sergio Cariello (along with colorist Marcelo
    Pinto) as the masked man and his Indian companion find themselves in-between frontier justice and a condemned man... all while

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  • In "Lines Not Crossed" (issues #7-11) the thrilling adventures of The Lone
    Ranger and Tonto continue from writer Brett Matthews, art director John
    Cassaday, and interior artist Sergio Cariello (along with colorist Marcelo
    Pinto) as the masked man and his Indian companion find themselves in-between frontier justice and a condemned man... all while continuing to make things difficult for Cavendish — who's becoming more unhinged by the actions of this "lone" ranger!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933305707
Publisher:
Dynamite Entertainment
Publication date:
08/15/2008
Series:
Lone Ranger Series , #1
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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The Lone Ranger, Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
verbwank More than 1 year ago
Start with the greatest graphics ever bar none. To be fair anyone who can draw horses well is up there with Russell, Wieghorst or Remington. Cassaday et al took Brendle and Fran Stryker's kid program and Batmanned to a series whose darkness is not only deep but historically accurate. The West was murderous, fuelled by greedy railroad barons, and paid psychopaths. John Reid is the masked man - boy actually - Butch Cavendish a mass murderer and shill for senators and Tonto is the scariest character since the real Crazy Horse. Everyone in this series is slightly mad or obsessed including the US of A. I use the word "indian" deliberately. An Apache friend was a stunt man with a bumper sticker reading Don't mess with indians" He hated "Native American" and nearly punched me out for saying it to him. He liked being an indian in the presence of stupid white guys.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an excellent graphic novel, in my opinion. I grew up on the old Clayton Moore Lone Ranger shows, and this was a good, real-life take on the legend. Prejudices, love interests, more of a background story, and just a hint of where Batman may have gotten some of his ideas, lol. In fact I liked it so well I've been hunting through my local BN stores looking for others in the series to read. No luck so far, though. I may just have to break down and order online! Novelist Stephanie Osborn Author of Burnout: The Mystery of Space Shuttle STS-281 ISBN: 978-1-60619-200-9 Available for preorder at BN and BN.com Release date: 15 April 09