The Cowboy Wally Show

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Marlowe, 1988 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 150 pages
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This original graphic novel acts as a biography for a fictional entertainer named Cowboy Wally. Chronicling his career from his children's program to his movie work to his late night talk show, we witness the hilarious peaks and valleys of Cowboy Wally's life as he stumbles back and forth between success and failure. Whether using compromising pictures of a TV producer to get his own show or shooting a high-budget Hamlet remake in jail while incarcerated for drunken and disorderly conduct, Cowboy Wally always has a story to tell. SUGGESTED FOR MATURE READERS.

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User Review  - Roybot - Goodreads

The Cowboy Wally Show is wildly, wonderfully uneven. Kyle Baker's faux documentary of the "rise", fall, and return of the eponymous entertainer approaches the subject with a bit of a "throw everything ... Read full review

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About the author (1988)

Kyle Baker, winner of both the Harvey Award and the Eisner Award, is the creator of thirteen graphic novels. His cartoons have appeared in the "New Yorker," "National Lampoon," "Esquire," "Entertainment Weekly," and many other publications. Co-creator of "Truth" for Marvel Comics, he lives in New York City.

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