Sergio Cariello and Marcelo Pinto combine forces for more than just architecture. With a depiction of the weather-changed atmosphere and the drably colored settings, they capture the flavor and texture of the filthy, literally mucked up west. It's as if they transplanted a vivid, larger than life Masked Rider of the Plains to the nastiness of a dank spaghetti western. The contrast works beautifully and makes the Ranger unique in the environment. Even Tonto fits into the nature of the bloodier west, but the Ranger in his blue shirt, red kerchief, black velvet mask and firing silver bullets stands out with a hearty "Hi-Yo, Silver!" Read Full Review
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