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The Iron Horse (Blueberry #7)

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Den första volymen i den svenska utgivningen av Blueberry.
Hardcover, 46 pages
Published February 1st 1991 by Marvel Comics Group (first published January 1970)
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Jul 29, 2011 Mathieu rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Nouveau cycle qui débute et qui a pour thème la construction du chemin de fer d'est en ouest du pays (et vice et versa).

Blueberry est appelé par le général Dodge (qu'il a connu durant la guerre) pour enquêter sur des massacres de bisons qui enveniment la situation du chantier vis-à-vis des Cheyennes et des Sioux.

Dodge soupçonne en effet une manoeuvre de la part de la deuxième compagnie ferroviaire en course. C'est la première apparition de Red Neck qui, comme Mac Clure, devient un des "sparing p
Aug 09, 2013 Illuminati8 rated it really liked it
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Re-reading the "Iron horse saga" of Blueberry in english.
The translation effort is humongous. Upon confirmation with a friend in France, it is clear that the french versions only had simple french dialogs. These guys have modified it a bit to resemble cowboy talk and quite expertly so. The feel of wild west is perfect. Great job by Jean Marc Lofficier and Randy Lofficier.
Jul 14, 2016 Campo rated it it was amazing
Nice self contained cowboy story, it had all a classic western villain, Indians defending their territory and the dueling railroad companies.

As the other volumes In the collection the order of the books is messy.
Jan 05, 2016 Evan rated it really liked it
A bit bland for such a cultural footprint—but by no means bad—Moebius/Giraud's art is stellar, standout—it's the coloring that takes the cake—the translation is better yet, thanks to Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier—god, I miss great BD translations like this.
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