Daisy Kutter

Daisy Kutter

[Vol. 1], The Last Train

Graphic Novel - 2006
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Daisy Kutter, notorious bandit of the New West, takes one last train heist before leading a normal life. But this job will alter her life more drastically than she realizes. Full of action and romance, this trade paperback collects the very first Daisy adventure into one complete volume.
Publisher: Irving, TX : Viper Comics, 2006
Edition: 2nd ed
ISBN: 9780975419328
0975419323
Branch Call Number: YA KAZ v.1
Characteristics: 153, [38] p. : chiefly ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Viper Comics
Alternative Title: Last train

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CRRL_CraigGraziano Jun 26, 2015

Daisy Kutter runs the town's general store, but she was always most at her element when committing train robberies and other such deeds.

She may be trying to be a good girl at the beginning of the story, but we all know that old habits die hard. When she's asked to come out of retirement to rob one last locomotive, the offer sounds too good to be true.

Read more at: http://www.librarypoint.org/daisy_kutter_kibuishi

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skyekilaen
Jun 24, 2015

A sci-fi western about a female gunslinger and do I really need to say more? Really? Because if that's not enough for you, I'm not sure what to do about that. I'm not particularly into westerns myself and I loved it, so you can't use that excuse.

How bad could one last train robbery be, even if you got tricked into it and your ex-boyfriend is the town sheriff? Um, maybe don't answer that. But do read this book if you get a chance. It also has a bonus story at the end, Phantoms, in Kibuishi's rich and subtle colors that we loved so much in Amulet.

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oliviadyck
Jan 31, 2014

i love the books from kazu kibuishi...
i'v read all the amulet books ands also enjoyed reading the other books. they are my favourites
:)

LocketLibrarian Dec 18, 2012

Western. Steampunk. Graphic novel with a kick butt heroine.

This is awesome!!

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