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Dalton City (Lucky Luke #34)

3.76 of 5 stars 3.76  ·  rating details  ·  675 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Fenton Town était la ville la plus dépravée du texas. Tous les bandits venait dans cette ville. Dean Fenton était le dirigeant de cette ville. C`était un desperado de la pire espèce. Lucky Luke arrive dans cette ville comme shérif et en très peu de temps Luke arrête tous les coyotes pour les ammener en prison. Même Dean Fenton. Fenton Town est maintenant déserte. Dean est ...more
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published April 11th 2000 by Dargaud (first published 1968)
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Vanja Antonijevic
This is a very underestimated comic in my opinion. It may not be as funny, entertaining, historically and culturally rich, nor as poignant as the Asterix comic strip. It may not have the characters either of Asterix or Tintin, nor the the mystery and intrigue of Tintin.

But it is fun, and the main character is interesting and well done. It is surprising that the rest of the world never caught on...

It has its clever and funny moments, and the idea is good.

"Along with The Adventures of Tintin and A
Lucky Luke is sold next to the Asterix books in Germany and seems to be just as popular. "Dalton City" is the only one we still have at SPL. Maybe they never caught on with kids here? (Titles are easily available on Amazon.) The story was very similar to the slapstick humor of the Asterix books. I've had parents express concern at some of the dated material in Asterix and Tintin, but the kids seem to handle it fine. Lucky Luke does keep a cigarette in his mouth the entire book though and I can s ...more
Varoujan Tanielian
Sep 28, 2014 Varoujan Tanielian rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People Who Like Storys That Could've Been Short But They Made It Long
Recommended to Varoujan by: My Brother
Very Good
Khairul H.
Lucky Luke's arch enemies, the Dalton Brothers, make their debut in this book (at least in the English version). Funniest of the first three English translations of the Lucky Luke books. The Daltons escape prison and take over a ghost town and Luke plays along as an honoured guest cum prisoner while he plans on how to get the Daltons and other desperados back to prison.
Annchan Maulana
i really love Lucky Luke comic magazine, it's been a long time since i read it, if i'm not wrong this series is telling about Lucky Luke with his horse Jolly Jumper VS Dalton Gang. It's Funny and entertaining, the silly face of dalton's familly (^0^) give a funny plus when you read it.

This Series is one of my fave ..
Doing a lot of "deep" reading lately, as you can see. I do enjoy Lucky Luke. Not my favorite of the series, but still good.
Lucky Luke sekali lagi jadi pahlawan yang nangkep buronan.
Kurang lucu aja sih di buku ini.
Candrayu Sotyaningtyas
yg saya suka dr serial ini, bkn lucky luke-nya, tp dalton bersaudara. bego2, hehehee ..
Jacob Chreky
A very nice comic at the least but not the best
This one was so-so. I liked the start.
Beat Daltons! Fight evils!
Ilana Amzallag
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