Encyclopedia of Weird Westerns: Supernatural and Science Fiction Elements in Novels, Pulps, Comics, Films, Television and Games

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McFarland & Company, Publishers, Oct 14, 2009 - Literary Criticism - 273 pages
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From automatons to zombies, many fantastic elements have been cross-pollinated with the western genre. This A-to-Z encyclopedia of the Weird Western covers film, television, animation, dime novels, pulp fiction, comic books, novels, short stories and video and role-playing games.

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I had lots of fun with this book. I'm a big fan of Westerns, but haven't seen much of the weird kind- that is, films, series, comics and books of the western genre that included sci-fi or fantasy ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Paul Green is a biographer specializing in film and television history. He lives in Rustburg, Virginia.

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