The train robbery was John Fisher's gang's last job. Or so they thought....
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Death Valley Reviews
This caper story takes place in the days when California was part of The Old West, with sheriffs, train robberies, saloon girls and gunfights. An outlaw gang stages a train robbery which should have been bloodless, but for the dangerous nature of one of the outlaws. After that, they try to go their separate ways, but things go horribly wrong.Scott Brown's writing is generally good, although I felt that the ending was a bit rushed and a bit forced, perhaps to fit within the number of intended pages. Lalia's art was an excellent choice. His work in various European graphic albums is often in this same mood, sort of western noir.If you like spaghetti westerns and other entertainment in that style, you might like Death Valley.