Lucky Luke, tome 26 : Les Dalton se rachètent by Goscinny

By Goscinny

L'homme qui tire plus vite que son ombreAvec pour seul compagnon son cheval Jolly Jumper, "l'homme qui tire plus vite que son ombre" fait régner l'ordre et los angeles justice dans un Far-West de fantaisie mille fois plus vrai que le vrai. Poursuivant les terribles frères Dalton ou croisant los angeles path de divers personnages historiques, fortunate Luke nous fait découvrir dans los angeles bonne humeur les dessous de los angeles conquête de l'Ouest.

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Not all of their early villains were as memorable as the Joker or Catwoman, but a surprising number of them turned out to become icons in their own right. The Penguin, a short, portly criminal who wore a top hat and tuxedo in order to resemble his namesake, was introduced in late 1941. He always carried an umbrella, and these umbrellas usually served a more sinister purpose than just protecting him from getting wet—they were actually designed to conceal weapons such as guns and knockout gas dispensers.

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Daka was a ruthless and insidiously clever agent of the Japanese government, determined to see the American way of life wiped off the face of the earth. From his secret base of operations in a deserted area of Gotham City known as “Little Tokyo,” he aided Japan in their efforts to conquer the United States and turn all Americans into slaves of a vast Japanese empire. Naish evidently considered America’s anti–Japanese sentiments as his own personal license to ham it up in Batman—he played Daka’s villainy up for all its worth, making the character seem all the more evil.

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