Perhaps p. 8's "Historical Twins" put me in the frame of mind, but did anybody notice the Rocky Mountain Ranger pictured on p. 28?
What's True West trying to foist on us? I know Jude Law when I see him! Must have been a cut scene from Sherlock Holmes. Dr. Watson goes West?
The similarity is spooky.
Rather surprised that no one's discussing the History Channel miniseries, which I have found superb (though I don't get to see part III until the wife gets home today, so I can't draw a definite conclusion.) Despite its Appalachian setting, it certainly looks and feels very much like a Western--and a darn good one, at that.
I'd be interested to see if the folks around here enjoyed it as much as I have. If part III is as compelling as I and II, it'll end up a keeper alongside Open…
I don't know. I'm kind of missing the blue suit. And wondering how Ranger Reid managed to fashion a mask out of Batman's leftover armor. Speaking of bats, check out Tonto's headpiece: Crow? Flying rat?
Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels it definitely isn't. But I'll lay bets it beats Klinton Spilsbury and Michael Horse.