Among the cultural figures of the Old West, Frederick Remington stands head and shoulders above the rest-literally. A good-natured ogre by size and appetite, the artist portrays the West with such skill that the American government entrusts his safety to Lucky Luke. Looking after such a national treasure is not usually an easy task, but Luke will soon discover that Remington hardly needs protecting-except maybe from his own excessive impulses...
This is Book 51 in the Lucky Luke Series. See all Lucky Luke books here.
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Born and raised in Belgium, Morrismoved to the United States in 1946 for six years. There, he worked for MAD magazine and met Ren Goscinny. After Goscinny's death, several other writers contributed to LuckyLuke, including BobdeGroot, the well-known writer of such very successful humorous series as Robin Dubois, L onardand Clifton, the latter published in EngMore about Bob de Groot