Cowboy Cartoons: Quick on the Draw Jim Willoughby

ISBN: 9781565541412

Published: May 31st 1996

Paperback

96 pages


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Cowboy Cartoons: Quick on the Draw  by  Jim Willoughby

Cowboy Cartoons: Quick on the Draw by Jim Willoughby
May 31st 1996 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 96 pages | ISBN: 9781565541412 | 10.14 Mb

will laugh til the cows come home with this new book. While harkening back to a simpler time when all a man needed was a good horse, this collection of cowboy cartoons addresses the problems that face the cowboy and his existence in modern times.Morewill laugh til the cows come home with this new book. While harkening back to a simpler time when all a man needed was a good horse, this collection of cowboy cartoons addresses the problems that face the cowboy and his existence in modern times. Jim Willoughby, author and illustrator, paints a humorous, likable picture of the cowboy as someone separate from the rest of society.

The cowboys live by their own code. It is not unusual for the cowboy to love his horse more than his wife or girlfriend. One cowboy tells his girl on a moonlit night, Gosh, Dolly, youre plumb near as pretty as my bay mare. Abnormality, for the cowboy, is deviating in any way from the stereotype.

One cartoon depicts a cowboy reclining on a psychiatrists couch, saying, I never feel at home on the range. This cowboy needs to fit in. Similar situations depicted by Willoughby combine to create a collection of cowboy cartoons guaranteed to produce more than a few guffaws. Jim Willoughby, a former storyboard artist for Hollywood studios such as Disney, Warner Bros., and Hanna-Barbera, is no stranger to western themes. He is the cartoonist and illustrator of Arizona Humoresque: A Century of Arizona Humor .

He lives in Arizona with his wife, Sue.



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