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Lucky Luke. Tome 51 : Daisy Town (1983)

by Morris, René Goscinny

Series: Lucky Luke NL (Dargaud 22), Lucky Luke (51)

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In the Old West, towns grow like mushrooms. And the birth of a new city inevitably draws in desperados of all kinds. When Lucky Luke spends the night in brand new Daisy Town, he's forced to do a little cleaning up, and his skills rather impress the local population. So much so that they offer him the job of sheriff. The city is soon crime-free until the Dalton brothers ride into town.… (more)
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USA, Det vilde besten, Daisy Town
Daisy Town blev grundlagt, fordi de første nybyggere fik øje på en tusindfryd lige her. Den voksede hurtigt og blev desværre en voldens by, til Lucky Luke en dag kommer forbi og gør holdt. Han sætter sig i respekt ret hurtigt og byens spidser beder ham mindeligt om at blive sherif, hvilket han siger ja til.
Han får hurtigt ryddet op i byen, men en dag kommer Dalton-brødrene til byen. Joe, Jack, William og Averell Dalton har plyndret en diligence og hugget hestene. Diligencehestene kan selv finde vej til næste by og således ankomer Daltons. Luke forsøger at skræmme Daltons væk, men byens borgere er nogle bløddyr, så han trækker sig som sherif.
Der arrangeres valg til borgmester og på Lukes snedige råd stiller Averell også op. Det ender i slagsmål og Daltons ryger ud af byen iført tjære og fjer. Ude i ørkenen støder de på indianere og ender ved marterpælen. Joe tager sig sammen og kommer med en profetisk tale om civilisationens trussel mod indianernes levevis. Talen bliver godt modtaget og et angreb forberedt. Lucky Luke organiserer byens forsvar. Til sidst drager indbyggerne ud i prærievogne og danner vognborg for at forsvare sig. Luke har en ide med at vende vognene gang på gang og det gør indianerne rundtossede. Til sidst kommer kavalleriet og der bliver sluttet fred i god ro og orden.
Lucky Luke kan med god samvittighed forlade Daisy Town.

Ok men ret tynd historie, der er meget tæt på at kamme helt i sin brug af western klicheer. ( )
  bnielsen | Nov 8, 2014 |
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In the Old West, towns grow like mushrooms. And the birth of a new city inevitably draws in desperados of all kinds. When Lucky Luke spends the night in brand new Daisy Town, he's forced to do a little cleaning up, and his skills rather impress the local population. So much so that they offer him the job of sheriff. The city is soon crime-free until the Dalton brothers ride into town.

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