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The Blueberry Saga: Confederate Gold
Who was the man known to us as Blueberry? This bizarre and unusual name belonged to a mysterious soldier of fortune whose trail can be followed through the history of the American West, a figure who appeared to have been involved in some of the most dramatic events in American history, but who always remained behind the scenes.
The West is rife with legends and tall tales...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 4th 1996 by Mojo Press
(first published April 1996)
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I love most of the work by Moebius, but I found the Blueberry Saga to be so boring that I wasn't even able to finish the book. Perhaps it is merely the fact that my taste does not run towards westerns, or perhaps the author of the story just doesn't write to my taste, and thus the beautiful artwork by Moebius wasn't enough to pull me through. I'll stick with the science works works.
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