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Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn Raoul Cauvin

Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn By Raoul Cauvin

Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn by Raoul Cauvin


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Summary

Every soldier knows it: There's nothing more dangerous than a young lieutenant fresh out of the Academy -

Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn Summary

Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn by Raoul Cauvin

Blutch and Chesterfield get away from the 22nd Cavalry and go spend some R&R at - Fort Bow, their old posting on the frontier. That's where Chesterfield's flame Amelia lives-the daughter of Colonel Appleton. But when the cavalrymen arrive, they find the young lady dancing with a dashing young lieutenant. When a young Native American boy gets mixed up in it by mistake, it doesn't take long for the situation to spiral out of control.

Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn Reviews

The American Civil War has never been so amusing. Raoul Cauvin and Willy Lambil have a knack for turning the miseries of war into a slapstick routine.A Penny Kenny (Comicsbulletin.com)

About Raoul Cauvin

The Belgian-born author Raoul Cauvin enjoys ongoing success and is currently writing 11 different cartoon series. In 2006 alone, he had six entries on the bestselling new comics list in France, including CedricA - also published in English by Cinebook - and The Bluecoats.A Also born in Belgium, Lambil published his first comic, Sandy, in 1959. He has drawn 45 volumes of The BluecoatsA since taking over from Salverius, the series' original illustrator, who died in 1972.

Additional information

GOR012169341
9781849180665
1849180660
Bluecoats Vol. 4: The Greenhorn by Raoul Cauvin
Used - Like New
Paperback
Cinebook Ltd
2011-01-06
48
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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