Lucky Luke contre Joss Jamon
|Lucky Luke #11|
Lucky Luke contre Joss Jamon-- Lucky Luke versus Joss Jamon
Cover of the German edition
|Date of publication||1958|
|Preceded by||Alerte aux Pieds Bleus, 1958|
|Followed by||Les Cousins Dalton, 1958|
Lucky Luke contre Joss Jamon is a Lucky Luke comic written by Goscinny and Morris. It is the eleventh album in the Lucky Luke Series and the second on which Goscinny worked. The comic was printed by Dupuis in 1958.
Lucky Luke has to fight against the notorious gang of Joss Jamon who have plundered Los Palitos City and act out a reign of terror.
- The character of Pete is a caricature of René Goscinny.
- The man who comes to Luke's rescue, claiming nobody should "beat an old man" is a caricature of Jean Gabin.
- When the villagers are threatened to vote for Joss Jamon as their mayor two people who are forced to vote at gun point are Red Ryder and Little Beaver from Stephen Slesinger and Fred Harman's comic strip Red Ryder.
- This story marks the first appearance of several Wild West legends who would return in later Lucky Luke stories: Billy the Kid, Calamity Jane and Jesse James, yet they are all drawn quite differently compared with later Lucky Luke stories. Also, Calamity Jane is incorrectly portrayed as a villain.
- Morris publications in Spirou BDoubliées (in French)
-  (in French)
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