Comic Recommendation of the Day: Lucky Luke by Morris
Lucky Luke by Morris
Lucky Luke stories have been told for 70 years now, and continue to this day. He’s the fastest draw in the West, faster even than his own shadow. Morris worked on the character from 1946 until his death in 2001. For a large part of that time, the comics were scripted by René Goscinny, famed writer of Asterix. English translations are not always possible to come by. Cinebook has put out some albums, which is how I’ve been able to buy and read them.
An all-ages comic beloved the world over, a good next read for fans of Asterix, Uncle Scrooge, or Smurfs.
Here’s an example of one of the graphic albums in English. There’s not too much order to things, so you can usually pick up any of them and enjoy.