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10 thoughts on “Hap and Leonard Ride Again

  1. says:

    The guys at Tachyon sent me this as well as Hap and Leonard. There's a significant amount of overlap so some of this will be a clip job.

    Introduction by Michael Kortya: I'm always interested in what one writer writes about another. Kortya echoes my feelings on Hap and Leonard and Joe Lansdale in general. He also refrains from spoiling the shit out of stories, which is growing increasingly rare in introductions.

    Joe R. Lansdale, Hap and Leonard, and Me by Bill Crider: Bill Crider details his decades-long friendship with Joe Lansdale and gives an outsider's point of view on Joe working on the series.

    Veil’s Visit: Leonard gets arrested for burning down the crack house next door again and Hap's friend Veil takes the case.

    In this tale. Lansdale introduces Veil, a lawyer friend of Hap's that later makes an appearance in Captains Outrageous. Veil's backstory and defense of Leonard make for a memorable tale.

    Death By Chili: Hap and Leonard tackle the mystery of a dead champion chili cook. Was it suicide or... murder?

    This tale is mostly conjecture, peppered with Lansdale wit, and followed by Lansdale's own chili recipe.

    A Bone Dead Sadness: Marvin Hanson takes on a case 25 years cold so a dying widow can find out what happened to her son.

    A Bone Dead Sadness is kind of a locked room mystery featuring Marvin Hanson. Hap and Leonard are absent but mentioned a few times.

    Not Our Kind: This tale chronicled an early encounter featuring a teenage Hap and Leonard and some bullies. The guys were cracking wise but things didn't go as they usually do.

    The Oak and the Pond: Hap tells the story of what happened to the Robin Hood Tree, a tree mentioned in several of the early Hap and Leonard books.

    The Boy Who Became Invisible: Hap recounts a tale of his youth, the tale of the boy everyone picked on.

    The Boy Who Became Invisible is a powerful tale because it's all too believable and very relatable. I remembered the ending but it still hit pretty hard. This particular version of The Boy Who Became Invisible is in screenplay format.

    Joe R. Lansdale Interviews Hap Collins and Leonard Pine: Lansdale interviews the dynamic duo. It's short, funny, and has the all too true line "It's the family you choose that counts."

    An Interview with Joe R. Lansdale, His Own Self: Rick Klaw interviews Joe, asking his thoughts on such topics as racism, genres, Texas, violence, and other subjects.

    The Care and Feeding and Raising Up of Hap and Leonard: Lansdale talks about the genesis of Hap and Leonard and writing the books, confirming that Hap is something of a stand-in for Lansdale himself.

  2. says:

    $1.99! I don't need books but how could I resist?

  3. says:

    Not at all what I was expecting, and not a Hap and Leonard novel. Most of the material is published in other volumes, but the background of how Joe Lansdale developed these two characters was interesting.

    Looking forward to the next "real" Hap and Leonard novel!

  4. says:

    Read for "Joe R. Lansdale, Hap and Leonard, and Me by Bill Crider", "A Bone Dead Sadness", "The Oak and the Pond", "The Boy Who Became Invisible [A comic-book screenplay]" and "An Interview with Joe R. Lansdale, His Own Self".

  5. says:

    I'm pretty much OK with the main characters - occasionally the "witty banter" is a bit much. Almost like a satire of such slick crime novel talk...anyway...This book is a collection of unrelated stories with a couple of lengthy commentaries about how great the author is and one by the author about how great he is. I didn't know that's what I was getting into. So I will probably read a full length H&L novel by Lansdale. This is just probably not a great place to start. Having said all that, there is something here.

  6. says:

    I have to admit that I was a big fan of Joe R Lansdale about 20 odd years ago and I read many of his books, including the first few Hap and Leonard novels, all of which I used to borrow from my local library. However once I exhausted reading all his books from the library I moved on to other novelists and hadn't bothered to read any of his stuff since until I saw this collection of stories.
    It's a bit of a mish mash of a collection, as it has several short stories which I enjoyed but also has the storyboard for an illustrated comic, an interview with Hap & Leonard and an interview with Joe himself.
    On reading this collection I was reminded of why I used to enjoy this pair so much and it has whetted my appetite to go and continue reading the rest of the series of novels.

  7. says:

    Very light on story content. Half the book consists of two forwards, an afterward, and a fake interview of Hap and Leonard by the author.

  8. says:

    Not As Expected

    I thought I was buying an actual Hap and Leonard book. This isn't. It's authors and others talking about Joe Lansdale and Lansdale talking about Hap and Leonard.

  9. says:

    More zany antics from Texas Noir's most beloved hellraiser...

    Joe Lansdale could write breakfast cereal ad copy and make it sound like The Odyssey on steroids. When he focuses his keen wit and poetic craftsmanship on Hap and Leonard, things really zoom along.

    As a lifelong fan of Mark Twain - and a longtime devotee of Lansdale - I can assure you that the comparisons between these two great American novelists are not overblown.

    This collection of short stories, interviews, and comic book treatments helps to flesh out the backgrounds of Hap and Leonard and some of their occasional partners in crime. Highly recommended!

  10. says:

    I was hoping for more than I got here. The stories are not bad, Hap & Leonard are incredible characters and as always Joe Lansdale writes almost flawlessly. While there's quality in the stories they are not really exciting to read and there are too few stories in the collection, compared to the number of sections about the author and the other books.