Daryl Talbot's Cowboy Cartoons
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|Format: ||Paperback, 132 pages|
|Other Information: ||119 Illus.|
|Published In: ||United States, 19 August 1996|
In his third collection of cartoons, Daryl Talbot draws (no pun intended) on the cowboys roles at home, on the range, and in the rodeo to create an overview of Western life that is guaranteed to produce more than a few knee-slaps and hearty chuckles. For the home, a salesman pitches a new chair to his Western customerIts a cowboy recliner! It vibrates at a walk, lope and gallop. On the range, we discover that theres a couple of drawbacks to havin a good cooknamely that the cowboys get fat, and the horses backs sag. And at the rodeo, one particular cartoon is worthy of Gary Larson. In it, one bull turns to the others and says, Get the clown! Pass it on! Who knew that all that work could be this much fun ...or this funny?
About the Author
Daryl Talbot is a native Oklahoman with Choctaw heritage who has been featured in Western Horseman magazine. His interest in cartooning developed while he attended Oklahoma State University and flourished into a profession while serving in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam War.
20.24 x 14 x 1.04 centimeters (0.18 kg)|
15+ years |