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Daisy Kutter by Kazu Kibuishi
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Jun 06, 2010

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bookshelves: graphic-novel
Read in May, 2010

I read this because a co-worker lent it to me because she thought it was cute. She was right, it is cute and it was an enjoyable, quick read as well. Daisy Kutter is a hard character not to love. She's a gun-toting bad-ass in an understated futuristic (there's robots!) Wild West setting on her last train train heist. There's a hinted backstory between Daisy and Tom, her former partner-turned-Sheriff, that doesn't make me feel as if I'm left out the story, but being trusted with and lured into it. The black-and-white drawings may be a little simplistic, but I was impressed by how much they were able to convey.

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