The Shaolin Cowboy

The Shaolin Cowboy

Shemp Buffet

eBook - 2015
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Collects the complete Dark Horse Comics Shaolin Cowboyseries!"A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION, A LITTLE MORE ACTION!!" -Elvis The saga of one man's fight against The Walking Dead as you've never seen it before!The action never lets up as a chainsaw of events pits the comic world's favorite Shaolin Cowboy against a legion of gourmets from the fourth level of hell, intent on turning America's finest youth into an endless Shemp buffet.Strap on your six-guns, gas up your chainsaw, and hang on, 'cuz you aren't in Downton Abbey anymore. *Featuring bonus material not available before in stores. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Milwaukee, OR : Dark Horse Books, 2015.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9781630082024
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (133 pages : chiefly color illustrations)
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Mar 28, 2017

Just good

Dec 11, 2015

The problem with Shaolin Cowboy is that Geoff Darrow is a draftsman and not an artist. He's an illustrator and not a storyteller. Shaolin Cowbowy is an overlong joke, a zen koan told at the expense of the reader's time. Badly paced, and with beautiful illustrations used so poorly than they actually harm the flow of the story, Shaolin Cowboy makes me want the time I spent on it back.

Darrow works as a concept artist. He works as an illustrator for other people's ideas. He is hopeless on his own.

Nov 05, 2015

This is pretty much the comic book equivalent of the ridiculous fight scene from “They Live”. There are moments in the beginning where you think there might be some plot threads that will be developed later, but no. This is really just a ridiculous, brilliantly shot, 5 minute fight scene / music video spread across several issues and part of me really digs that Geof was able to get away with this. Maybe it’s because I was reading this in real time as the issues came out and wondering how long the joke could go on and then also how abruptly it ended, without any “FINAL LAST ISSUE!” promotional hype. That effect is probably lost when reading the graphic novel, but I can’t understate that point enough: in this day and age where everyone knows who is going to be on the new revamped X-Men team months before the issue is even out, this series really surprised me. Even left me kind of angry.

I really dig that Geof was able to get away with that.

Nov 04, 2015

Pretty much over 100 pages of zombie chop up drawings. Darrow basically drew the same thing over & over, with basic variations. Zombies & chainsaws. But it IS well-drawn & pretty funny. No plot or story at all. Still great.


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