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Outlaw Territory, Volume 1

Outlaw Territory Volume Outlaw Territory is a collection of stories from a rougher and grittier time in America tales of the old west from some of the best and brightest writers in the industry lavishly illustrated by amazi

  • Title: Outlaw Territory, Volume 1
  • Author: Michael Woods Joshua Ortega Khoi Pham
  • ISBN: 9781607060048
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Paperback
  • Outlaw Territory is a collection of stories from a rougher and grittier time in America tales of the old west from some of the best and brightest writers in the industry, lavishly illustrated by amazing talent both new and experienced.

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    1 thought on “Outlaw Territory, Volume 1

    1. I saw this on sale on Comixology for cheap and was impressed by how much you got for the price so I thought why not give it a shot. I wouldn't describe myself as a fan of Westerns, but I have enjoyed some I've seen/read. I think I was hoping that Outlaw Territory might make me like them a bit more. Outlaw Territory is an interesting idea for an anthology. Each story is around ten pages and the art style and subject matter is pretty different. As you can imagine, they pack a lot of stories into 2 [...]

    2. I liked it. An anthology of the Old West full of short stories about those damn days back then. I really liked the arrangement of the stories, which I rarely do, so congrats to the editor for that. I'm a sucker for the Wild West, but still, I'm rating the volume all fair and square y'all. There were bumps in the road until the end, not every story was great or even close to being ok. There were some bad stories inside. Some bad artwork too BUT there were some great stories too, with solid artwor [...]

    3. As an anthology, the quality of the writing and the art is kind of all over the map. However, there was a lot more that I liked in the book than I didn't, so I'd recommend it.

    4. Greg Pak and Ian Chin's tale of justice in itself is worth the read.Mind you, most of the gritty Western tales here are as engrossing.

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