René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 2. - Ghost Town
This work presents the adventures of the world's greatest cowboy, the comic strip character who can shoot faster than his own shadow. As he roams with his horse Jolly Jumper, always seeking new adventures, Lucky Luke meets two suspicious characters, Denver Miles and Colorado Bill. Together they arrive on the outskirts of a deserted city, Gold Hill, which counts only one inhabitant. The old man, Powell, is the sole survivor of a gold rush that he has not given up on, despite years without success. He continues to work his mine, which Denver and Colorado soon try to take over any way they can. But Lucky Luke, who has taken a liking to the old man, is looking out for him and will save him from many troubles...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 3. - Dalton City
In this new volume, Lucky Luke has to clean out a whole city: Fenton Town, so named because, after being abandoned by the pioneers who founded it, it has been taken over by Dean Fenton, a desperado of the worst sort...Fenton Town has become the most deprived city in all of Texas. Lucky Luke makes a short visit to town - just the time needed to put Fenton in prison and chase out the remaining rabble. But soon the Dalton Brothers take up the torch, and, following Fenton's ideas, create...Dalton City, exclusively reserved for gangsters!!! They even capture Lucky Luke and force him to help them...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 4. - Jesse James
The story of Robin Hood has made a strong impression on Jesse James, and he would like to become a bandit with a big heart, like his hero. With the help of his brother Frank and his cousin Cole Younger, he decides to steal from the rich and redistribute the loot to the poor...But soon the trio is keeping the stolen money and spreading terror wherever they go. At Nothing Gulch, Lucky Luke is more than ready for them. But will he be able to rid the town of these desperados, when the population, terrorized, does nothing to help him?
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 5. - In the Shadow of the Derricks
Titusville, August 27, 1859: Colonel Drake discovers a deposit of oil - black gold! Immediately, the Oil Rush is on. The mayor of Titusville calls on Lucky Luke to help maintain order. When Lucky Luke arrives, everyone - from the sheriff to the Undertaker - is drilling. As soon as a well is opened, the fight begins. In comes Barry Blunt, a rich prospector who buys up, one by one, all the oil shafts from their owners. But his more-than-suspicious methods draw the wrath of Lucky Luke...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 6. - Ma Dalton
Lucky Luke meets Ma Dalton at Cactus Junction. She is regarded as an eccentric and amusing old lady. But everything changes when her sons escape from prison and Joe Dalton passes himself off as his mother and starts holding up banks in the area. Lucky Luke, always on the watch, follows the trail of the Dalton family, thanks to his faithful companion Rantanplan.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 8. - Calamity Jane
Calamity Jane saves Lucky Luke from a delicate situation. A friendship is quickly formed, and they arrive together in El Plomo...where Calamity Jane proves her strength, by winning the local saloon in an arm-wrestling match! Its ex-owner, August Oyster, is hopping mad and has only one obsession: to send her packing. During this time, Lucky Luke tries to clear up a dark affair involving arms traffic...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 9. - The Wagon Train
A wagon train of pioneers drives through Nothing Gulch. Its ill-tempered driver is sent away by the travelers and Lucky Luke is asked to step in. He agrees to lead the pioneers to California, but a mystery vandal keeps sabotaging the convoy. Can Lucky Luke lead the Wagon Train safely to California?
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 10. - Tortillas for the Daltons
Just as the infamous Daltons are being transferred to a Mexican prison, robbers attack the van and ''kidnap'' the Daltons without realizing it. Disappointed with their booty, they decide to hang the four brothers. In order to save their lives, brother Joe offers all his knowledge of organized crime with the leader of the bandits, Don Emilio. Meanwhile, the governor sends Lucky Luke to their rescue...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 11. - Western Circus
Mulligan's Western circus - his troupe, his lion and his elephant - arrive in town under the escort of Lucky Luke. Zilch, a rich businessman, and organizer of the annual grand rodeo thinks the circus is going to compete with his business and is determined to prevent it from putting on a show. Zilch even hires killer-for-hire Rattlesnake Joe - but in the end, his attempts prove even more publicity for the circus.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 12. - The Rivals of Painful Gulch
Two rival families live in Painful Gulch: the O'Timmins clan, who have big noses, and the O'Haras, who have big ears. They've been fighting for decades and don't even know why anymore. Lucky Luke is appointed mayor in order to bring peace back to the town. But the men and their thick-headed sense of honor will wreck all of Lucky Luke's plans for reconciliation. Our hero must find a solution!
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 13. - The Tenderfoot
At the funeral of old Badd, everybody is moved except for Ready, who has waited for the 100-year-old man's death for a long time - he wants to buy his ranch. Unfortunately for Ready, the old man has an heir, Waldo, a ''tenderfoot'' who arrives straight from his native England, accompanied by his butler Jasper. Two worlds clash: the ancient, which is so refined, and the new, deeply rustic, way of life.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 14. - The Dashing White Cowboy
Some strange burglaries take place at each performance of the play ''The Dashing White Cowboy''. Is it simply a coincidence? A suspicious Lucky Luke follows the, but unfortunately, it's he who is accused of theft in each city the actors pass through. After all, he's also a stranger. But despite this series of arrests, Lucky Luke won't let the group leave him behind, and he's more determined than ever to clear his name and catch the culprit.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 15. - The Daltons in the Blizzard
The Daltons escape from a Texas jail and head to Canada - and Lucky Luke is called in to get them back to jail. He and Rintincan, his second faithful companion after Jolly Jumper, follow them all the way north of the border, where Captain Winston Pendergast offers his help. Lucky Luke can outshoot, outride and outdraw anyone, but can he succeed in bringing the Daltons back to justice?
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 16. - The Black Hills
The Senate decides to settle the fertile land of Wyoming. Before sending in the settlers, they send a committee of four scientists, led by Lucky Luke, to survey the territory. One senator is strongly opposed to the project and is determined to sabotage the expedition - but the Senate overlooked the fact that the land belongs to the Cheyenne Native Americans, who are determined to defend their land.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 18. - The Escort
Lucky Luke must get Billy the Kid to New Mexico so he can be tried and put in jail. They both set out on the road, Lucky Luke assisted by Rintincan - but Bert Mailoy has promised the Kid he would set him free...
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 19. - On the Daltons' Trail
Rin Tin Can, possibly the stupidest dog ever, is left in charge of watching the jail. Obviously, the Daltons escape and steal some horses and guns. Lucky Luke refuses to get involved, but when he witnesses the prison guards' incompetence and Rin Tin Can's remarkable lack of brains, he has no choice but to set out on the Daltons' trail of holdups and burglaries.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 20. - The Oklahoma Land Rush
On 22nd April 1889, the American government opened the new Oklahoma territories to settlement. In this volume, Lucky Luke acts as a government agent and ensures that every candidate for settlement is treated fairly. He has to deal with jealousy, corruption, and greed. As in other Lucky Luke volumes, readers discover different aspects of the United States' conquest of the Wild West.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 21. - The 20th Cavalry
The Cheyenne are convinced that newly-arrived settlers have been killing the buffalo they traditionally depend on. When the Native Americans surround the 20th Cavalry's fort, Lucky Luke realizes that someone who bears a grudge against Colonel McStraggle has conveniently provided them with firearms. Worse, the traitor also knows the layout of the fort. Lucky Luke does his best to try and break the deadlock before the soldiers starve.
René Goscinny - Morris - Lucky Luke 22. - Emperor Smith
Lucky Luke and Jolly Jumper arrive in Grass Town and make the acquaintance of Smith I, Emperor of the United States! A local rancher went a bit loony after getting rich, he's given his cowboys fancy uniforms and replaced their Colts with sabers. The citizens of Grass Town think he's great fun, write him letters in the names of European monarchs and publish his harmless proclamations in the newspaper. But is he truly harmless? And what will Luke do if something upsets the relationship between the Emperor and his not-so-loyal subjects?