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Collects issues #1-5. Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos present Cow Boy, the story of a young bounty hunter determined to send his entire outlaw family to jail. He travels the Old West on a horse that ain't his, and won't stop 'til every one'a his kin's in the clink. Also in this volume: Short stories by the likes of Roger Langridge (The Muppet Show), Brian Clevinger & Scott Wegener (Atomic Robo), and Mike Maihack (Cleopatra in Space) & Colleen Coover (Jim Henson's The Storyteller).
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Boyd crosses the border to find his brother Zeke. He gives Zeke two options, leave with him peacefully, or leave with him not so peacefully; either way, Zeke Linney is leaving.
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Boyd gives his father up for the bounty but has to remain in Hogswallow Creek for the night before he can pick up his earnings. Boyd is about to get some rest when he finds three boys attacking someone in the dark, time for Boyd to dish out his version of justice.
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Boyd makes a stop at his grandpappy's house. Also included in this part is several short stories by the likes of ROGER LANGRIDGE (The Muppet Show Comic), BRIAN CLEVINGER & SCOTT WEGENER (Atomic Robo), MIKE MAIHACK (Cleopatra in Space) & COLLEEN COOVER (Jim Henson's The Storyteller).
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Boyd, ten years old, rides into the town of Hickory looking to collect the bounty on a wanted man named Dub Linney.
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Boyd Linney attempts to break his father, Dub Linney, out of prison. Stuck in a prison, surrounded by the Sheriff and his men, Boyd decides to take his chances.
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The Top Cow Universe and library of properties is one of the most intricate and varied in comics today. The Top Cow Bible is a comprehensive collection listing of Top Cow's properties and key characters. The volume includes profiles, first appearances, key creators, trivia, and a top-secret ""In Development"" section. Previously only available at San Diego Comic-Con, this is a MUST HAVE for all die hard Top Cow fans!
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  • The Art of Top Cow
  • Publisher: Top Cow
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  • Digital Release Date:
    July 27th, 2011
  • Language: English
  • Rated Mature (ages 16+)
One of Top Cow's lasting legacies in the comic world is the studio Marc Silvestri founded to nurture young artists. Today's top artist lists are filled with alumni of the famous Top Cow "Pit." The Art of Top Cow is a massive collection that combines The Art of The Darkness, The Art of Witchblade, and The Art of Marc Silvestri into a single tome, complete with select additional pieces rendered by some of the best artists to have graced the pages and covers of Top Cow titles.
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"Sacred cows make the best hamburger." --Mark Twain Virtually every American, regardless of social status, eats fast food. Cartoonist Mark Pett's Lucky Cow strip embodies the spirit of America's love-hate affair with fast-food joints and the traits they have in common: * High turnover: Two Lucky Cow employees argue over who has seniority; the one who was hired at 9:30 that morning eventually wins. * Uniformity: A Lucky Cow employee boasts that a customer can visit any of the restaurant's franchises and they are all the same--right down to the lackluster customer service. * Cleanliness (or lack of it): People's shoes adhere to the sticky floors, and an employee's skin absorbs so much of the restaurant's grease that water rolls right off it. * Food quality: The response to a customer's query about the Lucky Cluck Chicken Nuggets being organic is met with, "Well, they're made from organs." To help ensure that Lucky Cow would feel authentic, cartoonist Mark Pett worked at McDonald's for a month, experiencing fast-food "culture" for himself and interviewing his coworkers about their lives in the business. So it really is "funny because it's true."
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Laurel had determined that she would never fall in love again after her last marriage to a disloyal ex-husband. She occasionally hosts trainees at her company from New York to supplement her income, but she has never been interested in them as men. However, Deek's gentle smile has moved her heart in a very sweet way. She falls for his attractiveness, but finds out that his real identity is the successor of the CEO of her company. She realizes that they come from two completely opposite worlds. Moreover, his real motivation is to investigate the fraud within the company. Is Laurel one of the suspects, too?
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