Stomp your feet!
Bow to your partner
Clap your hands,
Open this graphic novel,
Careful now -
look at the handsome drawin' before
turnin' each page as y'all
as a western hero!
Understand 'round these parts
certain lands are not so plainly
what they seem to be
but if you've ever seen a John Wayne movie
you'll soon be figurin' out the way the action goes.
Most memorable, I reckon, I'll share with you my favorites of this famed tale-
Nothin' complex about the way I think that women can be the best of villians overall because
they are definately the most caculatin', shrewd, and meanest of them all so Mother Gothel
doesn't disappoint here with her oppression and magic makin'.
Later, back at the ranch, ole scallywag Jack is conivin' and horse theivin' but don't let that no
good non-layin' goose fool ya 'cause Jack's got surprises up his sleeve in his own mind to
almost steal the show if they'd develop a bit more backbone into him.
Soon as Rapunzel figures out how to use her hair for ropin', it's downright swashbucklin' time
so she's in for more than she bargained for in the wild, wild west! Like she says: "Well I'll be
swigger-jiggered and hung out to dry." But trouble won't slow her down and it sure makes
for a good pace in this here tale.
As ya may haf' heard from Lula, Ya can't help but be glad that a JACKALOPE gets his 15
min. of fame either!
Beware of the dreaded metaphors, though ya could say they seem to fit in a western "right as
*Just a Note: This is my first attempt at reading a graphic novel.