Item description for Spaghetti Western by Scott Morse...
Sometimes in life, you have to go for broke. And when you have nothing to lose, it can make for some strange bedfellows. Take the modern-day bank robbers of Spaghetti Western. One is an old man whose clock is ticking under the weight of a terminal illness. The other is a younger man with no direction, nowhere to go. The two of them decide that maybe the problem isn't them, but the life of modern convenience that they live. Where have the cowboys gone, where are the rebels? Why can't their existence be like those old Clint Eastwood movies they both love? Armed with vintage outfits and antique guns bought off the internet, and riding horses stolen from a local Equestrian center, the duo descend upon a Californian savings and loan ready to take the rich fatcats for all they're worth. And then the fun begins...
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 8" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2004
Publisher Oni Press
ISBN 1929998910 ISBN13 9781929998913
Availability 0 units.
More About Scott Morse
Scott Morse is the award-winning author of more than ten graphic novels for children and adults, including SOULWIND; THE BAREFOOT SERPENT; and SOUTHPAW. He's currently an animator at Pixar and has also worked for Cartoon Network, Disney, and Nickelodeon. Scott lives with his loving family in Northern California.
Scott Morse currently resides in Burbank, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Spaghetti Western?
Another good Morse mini-masterpiece Apr 13, 2005
Taking the traditional western heist and giving it a modern twist, Scott Morse has crafted another fun little story.
Morse's beautiful, stylized artwork once again shines; and the sephia toned hue of the pages helps to reinforce the old-style, gritty western feel that the story follows. To any Morse fan, western fan, or anyone looking for something a little different in comics, "Spaghetti Western" is recommended. But due to its full page illustrations, little dialogue, and almost slideshow swiftness, the book is a very quick read and seems very short (Morse's previous "Barefoot Serpant" was just the right length). (NOTE: also keep in mind that this book is suggested for older readers due to languague)