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Cowboys and Aliens - cover

Cowboys and Aliens

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Publisher: HarperCollins e-books

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The ultimate showdown between Cowboys and Indians is interrupted...by an alien invasion. The Old West will never be the same.When an extra-terrestrial armada lands in the Wild West, they find themselves in a showdown with one tough posse of rough-and-ready heroes—and the Cowboys and Aliens graphic novel gives you the thrilling comic book stories that started it all off! Compiling every issue of Scott Mitchell Rosenberg’s electrifying comic book series, this gorgeous, full-color graphic novel features the dynamic creative talents of Fred Van Lente, Andrew Foley, and Luciano Lima—as well as all-new tie-in art from the spectacular motion picture, starring Harrison Ford, Daniel Craig, and Sam Rockwell. Whether you’re rooting for the gunslingers or the little green men, don’t bring your guns to town without reading a copy of the Cowboys and Aliens graphic novel!

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