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The Lone Ranger Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed (Dynamite)

The Lone Ranger Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed (Dynamite)

In “Lines Not Crossed” (issues #7-11) the thrilling adventures of The Lone Ranger and Tonto continue from writer Brett Matthews, art director John Cassaday, and interior artist Sergio Cariello (along with colorist Marcelo Pinto) as the masked man and

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2 Responses to “The Lone Ranger Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed (Dynamite)”

  1. D. Perez says:

    Review by D. Perez for The Lone Ranger Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed (Dynamite)
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    I must respectfully disagree with the first review of the book. Although it doesn’t quite reach the heights of the first TPB, it comes very close. I found the art to be quite well done and it maintained a sense of realism while never diminishing the hero that the Ranger is becoming. If there is any real criticisms I do have with the story arc is the strange parallel that the Ranger has with another hero born from the death of a loved one, Batman. Even the “batcave” is referenced. Although, I have to admit that that is a small caveat compared to the sheer enjoyment of the whole book. I wholeheartedly recommend it.

  2. DarinDevil says:

    Review by DarinDevil for The Lone Ranger Volume 2: Lines Not Crossed (Dynamite)
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    After enjoying the first Lone Ranger trade paperback edition I was looking forward to volume two. Simply put, the covers are far and away the most entertaining part of this series. The interior art is uneven and lacks detail. The dialogue is choppy and difficult to follow and the plot is missing me entirely. I’m not going to be purchasing volume three, but if a covers collection ever comes out I may pick it up.

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