Texas Strangers #1
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Texas Strangers #1

Writer: Antony Johnston Artist: Mario Boon Publisher: Image Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Eye On Comics - Don MacPherson Mar 20, 2007

    A couple of years back, DC's Wildstorm Productions released Arrowsmith, a series by writer Kurt Busiek and artist Carlos Pacheco. The story was set during the First World War, but it was a war waged in a world in which magic reigned supreme. It was a harsher world than the one we see in Texas Strangers, but the appeal of both titles is the same. Johnston and Evans don't just re-imagine the Western genre with magical elements, but they've retooled a country's history and entire cultures. Those elements aren't overt, but they're there, and they bring an ambitious, clever quality to the storytelling. More than the characters, more than the fantasy, it's the world that the writers have crafted that stands out as the most interesting, entertaining element of the series. Read Full Review

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