The Lonesome Cowboy is not having a good day. Out of tobacco,
arriving at night and under pouring rain in the small mining
settlement of Froggy Town, he soon finds himself in conflict with two
of the Bone brothers, somewhat infamous local figures. Unfortunately,
Luke's reputation precedes him, and when the townspeople ask him to
investigate a hold-up in place of the sheriff - none other than James
Bone - the tension ratchets up another notch ...
Jack and his friends, still attached to Marshal Sykes' posse, are on
their way to Eagle Town to rendezvous with a cavalry detachment. Yet
there are still questions marks hanging over his mission. Too many
ambushes, too many coincidences ... Not to mention that the idea of
sending a circus act to fight a deadly bandit remains a preposterous
idea to Sykes ... and that the presence of the too-beautiful Amy
creates tensions between the two teams.
We all know Lucky Luke, the man who shoots faster than his own shadow. But even he was once a child, and back then he was already having grand adventures in the Old West! The young boy is travelling with an old, grumpy, alcoholic prospector in search of gold, when a conflict with the local Indian tribe leads to kidnapping - and he now finds himself the adopted son of a nagging native mother!
Texas Jack is a legendary hero, a crack shot and a champion of the
helpless who gunned down dozens of enemies ... in his travelling show
and the novels that bear his name! In reality, though, he's never
been west, and has never shot at anyone. So when a government agent
asks him to go to Wyoming to face a bloodthirsty maniac, his first
reaction is to say no. Yet to preserve his reputation, he eventually
takes the job, and leaves with his three co-stars in the show ...
When a former convict at the penitentiary where Rin Tin Can `works'
passes away, he leaves his entire fortune to ... the stupidest dog in
the West! The inheritance includes multiple buildings in Virginia
City, including most of Chinatown, which isn't to everyone's taste.
Even worse, the will states that if anything should happen to Rin Tin
Can, everything would then pass onto ... Joe Dalton. Following the
inevitable escape of the four Daltons, Lucky Luke will have to
protect the canine millionaire!
A relentless lone rider with strange powers is hunting a sadistic
criminal and the powerful men that protect him and use him to start a
devastating war in the United States. The first volume of a Western
with supernatural overtones. Kansas, 1861. As tensions rise between
the Northern and Southern states, a fanatical, violent preacher
leaves a trail of corpses behind him, all the while calling people to
take up arms against pro-slavery states. Close on his tail is a lone
rider with a strange gift: he can read the past and future of those
he touches. In the small town of Holton, a showdown is brewing, but
things aren't as straightforward as they seem ...
It's the best day of Trent's life: he is finally marrying the beautiful Agnes, after so many years! But there, among the crowd of family and friends cheering the newlyweds, a face from his past casts a pall over his happiness. Other signs eventually confirm it: Miss is back. Helen Dorwell - an alluring and mysterious thief and anarchist ... and Trent's former mistress. With her in town, the honeymoon could quickly turn into a nightmare...
Markham, the murderous preacher, is dead at last. And yet, for the
lone rider who tracked and killed him, the hunt goes on. Now he must
find who was behind the preacher's campaign of terror. He has a name
- Senator Dawson of New York. But getting to his quarry won't be
easy; the man is powerful, rich, engaged in a conspiracy against the
government of the United States ... and that's not even considering any
other ... less natural abilities he might possess ...
Everyone's heard of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral: the most famous shootout of the Old West, between the Earp brothers and Doc Holliday on the side of law and order, and the Clanton brothers and their gang. A legend told many times in books and films, in sometimes contradictory versions... Fortunately, here is the definitive version at last, restoring the unvarnished truth of what is another triumph of ... Lucky Luke!
Beyond the Arctic Circle, in the freezing cold and never-ending night, the Mounties do their duty and try to resist the creeping assaults of madness and depression. One evening,Trent, alone at his remote outpost, hears a call for help. He finds a couple of Natives, dead of exposure, along with ... a very much alive baby! Reluctantly turned into a polar nurse, the sergeant must leave his shelter - unequipped to cater to its new occupant - to find her a new family...
True to his word, Mayor Harper has brought in a Marshall to get rid
of `Lonesome', thrown in jail by a repentant sheriff. But it takes
more than that to stop the lone rider in his quest for revenge, and
he is soon back on the trail of Markham, the mad preacher. When a
band of Ruffians - pro-slavery vigilantes and sworn enemies of
Markham - intercept our hero, an unexpected encounter will provide
him with an opportunity to learn more about the mysterious figures
pulling all the strings ...
Sergeant Philip Trent is a `Mountie', a member of the Canadian
Northwest Mounted Police. At the end of the 19th century, it's up to
him and his fellow officers to criss-cross the vast open spaces of
Canada to maintain law and order. Sent after a small-time killer, he
finds himself saving the beautiful Agnes from a pack of hungry
wolves. The young woman has come from the city to find her missing
half-brother. Against his better judgement, Trent agrees to help her...
After a botched robbery that claimed the life of his lover, an
American outlaw crosses the border into Canada. As he's already left
nearly a dozen dead bodies behind, Sergeant Trent is sent to
intercept him. But instead of the expected bloodthirsty murderer,
it's a sensitive young man that the Mountie finds, a free spirit with
a deep love of French poetry. How is Trent going to reconcile doing
his duty with his nascent liking for the kid?
Trent's superior tasks him with helping a lady who came to the police to report the disappearance of her husband. The sergeant is stunned to discover the woman he is still in love with: Agnes. Her husband is the manager of a railway construction site far to the northwest, and he hasn't been heard from in weeks. Worse, his last letters spoke of a mysterious danger threatening the camp. The pair go to investigate...
While escorting a prisoner, Trent stops in a very animated small town: the famous Wild Bill Turkey is passing through on his way to his bride. Bill is a legend among gunfighters of the Old West. An aging one, yes, but that doesn't prevent him from coming to the Mountie's help when a group of men try to free his prisoner. A powerful man is behind that attempt, though, and both Trent and Bill suddenly become targets.