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Reed Gunther, Vol. 1: The Bear-Riding Cowboy By Shane Houghton Chris Houghton,

  • Title: Reed Gunther, Vol. 1: The Bear-Riding Cowboy
  • Author: Shane Houghton Chris Houghton
  • ISBN: 9781607064626
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyone s favorite bear riding cowboy gallops into his first collected edition Reed Gunther and his trusty grizzly bear steed bumble their way through the Wild West fighting giant snakes, hoards of mole creatures, a resurrected John Henry zombie, freak show freaks, special government agents, and all sorts of wild monsters created by an ancient, mysterious Idol This colorEveryone s favorite bear riding cowboy gallops into his first collected edition Reed Gunther and his trusty grizzly bear steed bumble their way through the Wild West fighting giant snakes, hoards of mole creatures, a resurrected John Henry zombie, freak show freaks, special government agents, and all sorts of wild monsters created by an ancient, mysterious Idol This colored collection of excitement, friendship, and adventure is fun for folks of all ages
    Reed Gunther Vol The Bear Riding Cowboy Everyone s favorite bear riding cowboy gallops into his first collected edition Reed Gunther and his trusty grizzly bear steed bumble their way through the Wild West fighting giant snakes hoards of m

    One thought on “Reed Gunther, Vol. 1: The Bear-Riding Cowboy”

    1. The art has a simple charm to it that I really like, and the concept is interesting The story starts off a bit slow, but it picks up towards the end.

    2. Reason for Reading Just my kind of mix Western, humour and monsters advertised as an all ages romp Just had to see what this was all about.Reed Gunther is pure cowboy He wants nothing but to roam the western wilderness making himself useful, helping out any poor maiden in distress and riding his faithful steed wherever they may roam Things are not quite so ordinary for Reed though His faithful steed just happens to be a huge grizzly bear named Sterling, who can t talk but can understand Reed Ree [...]

    3. 4.5 5Really enjoyable all ages comic book It s about a cowboy and his bear fighting weird monsters Do I really have to say

    4. I like the premise of the old West meets monsters, but the protagonist felt a little flat compared to the colorful minor characters who stole the show in the few panels they were in.

    5. If Reed Gunther had existed 40 years ago he would have fit right in with all of Rocky Bullwinkle s associates He is a very well meaning cowboy, but often than not, his well intentioned plans go horribly awry and he only saves the day through sheer dumb luck or thanks to his bear Sterling Of course, that makes his adventures all the fun and entertaining to read.In this volume, he helps Rancher Starla save her herd from a severely overgrown snake Starla joins Sterling in tagging along with Reed [...]

    6. Great slapstick comic that is funny and original I have just purchased a copy for my nephew who is sure to love it too The Gunther character is great and overall arc of the story is fantastic We meet characters who are oddball but clearly there to show up in future episodes One of the best Comics I have read in some time.

    7. Someone told me to read this because I m obsessed with bears, and I do like the bear character, but I don t really like anything else about the book The art style s trite and the plot s a bit Scooby Doo, which makes it a bit raggy lolol get it that s what Scooby Doo says The second star is for the presence of an ursine creature.

    8. I kind of freaked when I saw this because I bought it to go in the Children s graphic novel section but it s published by Image comics, which I ve never known to do anything but the most gritty material I quickly read it and found it to be funny and entertaining, with nothing offensive enough to warrant another location Huzzah I think the kids that get into it will LOVE it.

    9. Nice artwork but the plot is nothing to write home about Fighting monsters in the Old West with a bear as sidekick sounds interesting but in this volume collecting the first five issues, it just comes out trite Maybe I m jaded but it Reed Gunther gives off that been there, done that, seen it feeling in buckets.The bear s cute though.

    10. A light read, with some clever characterizations It feels appropriate for an older elementary age and up Reminded be of Looney Toons sometimes, so I suppose that could be good or bad depending on your viewpoint.

    11. I thought the creators did a commendable job doing an all ages funny western about a cowboy who rides on the back of his BFF grizzly bear like a horse Both of my daughters are voluntarily interested in trying this book.

    12. Just your run of the mill story about a cowboy and his trusty steed, Sterling Who just happens to be a bear And of their adventures fighting monsters, making a few friends and a whole lot of enemies Crazy, good fun.

    13. Great intro comic for kids What better story line than a bear riding cowboy The artwork is great and my guy is totally into it

    14. Nice art Hackneyed stories, using the old west as a playground overlay for standard disposable contemporary fantasy.

    15. Fun and amusing The female lead had a sensibly proportioned body and a sensible outfit and kicked as much ass as the male lead And I loved the bear Sterling is my favorite.

    16. there have been some dece western comics coming out this year not that I have any comparison but I think I only read one last year

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