PREVIEW: Izneo’s Lucky Luke Goes Digital

The cowboy Lucky Luke sits casually on a chair

For more than 20 years, readers enjoyed the adventures of the world’s greatest cowboy, Lucky Luke, “the comic strip character who can shoot faster than his own shadow.” Created by Morris and later joined by René Goscinny (of Asterix and Obelix fame), Lucky Luke is a bande dessinée where the titular hero and his trusty steed travelled the American Wild West dealing with various villainy and intrigue over 79 volumes. Now, Izneo and Cinebook brings Lucky Luke back with a a digital twist for English readers.

A hand holds a phone showing a digital version of the Lucky Luke comic

Mathieu Bonhomme is back with Wanted: Lucky Luke is the second tribute to the character, following the award-winning The Man Who Shot Lucky Luke in 2016. This 68-page volume is set to be released digitally for the first time and is available to order online.


Wendy Browne

Wendy Browne

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