Better known at Deadwood Dick, the life of this slave turned cowboy is amazing by any standard. The fact that there were any, never mind many, black cowboys, might be a shock to some and that is understandable, and thus I wished more was done to stress the fact that Nat Love was a black man and show how it mattered/didn't matter in his life. The art, by Randy Duburke, bothered me in that respect because, while elegant, makes ethnicity difficult to discern when I think it is an important factor. It is hard to put so much story in such a short comic book, but this was made somewhat harder as I didn't feel the McKissacks truly understand the medium or use it to its fullest (e.g., too much narration). Wish there was a movie/documentary on this man.