This Happened to Me!

A Graphic Collection of True Adventure Tales

Written By: Andrew McKean
$24.95
What’s the most hair-raising outdoor adventure you can imagine? Being mauled by a bear? Chased by a gator? Engulfed in a deadly fireball? Well, Outdoor Life’s readers have experienced all of this and more...and lived to tell the tale. In the 100+ thrilling tales within, real-life hunters, fishermen, hikers, and axe-wielding housewives take on the worst that nature has to offer--and triumph. Amazing art created by top comic artists bring every scenario to life, frame by heart-pumping frame.

Blood-dripping fangs, man-eating sharks, gun-toting bad guys and relentless tornados are just the beginning. This book collects the best of Outdoor Life’s reader-submitted death-defying adventures and adds some new Illustrations never before published anywhere else. Is every word of this true? How could you possibly doubt the stories of a man who punched a bloodthirsty bear in the face, or a woman who saved her baby from a vicious snake with a lasso and an axe? If you’ve ever wondered what might happen if you strayed off the trail, dove into shark-infested waters, blew up your campsite, or had to ride out a monsoon in a rowboat, this book shows you in absolutely fantastic detail.

Selected stories include:
-Trapped in a Canyon
-Blown Off the Mountain!
-The Alaskan Tent Trample
-One Mad Mama
-Louisiana Gator Trap
-One Last Breath
Format: Softbound
Publication Date: 9/3/2013
ISBN: 9781616285883
Pages: 192
Trim Size: 7.5 x 9.5 x .7

  • About the Author 
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Andrew McKean, Author: Andrew McKean is the Editor of Outdoor Life magazine and a lifelong outdoorsman. Raised on a Missouri farm, he grew up hunting deer, turkeys, predators, and upland birds. A former newspaper and magazine editor, McKean is the author of Hunting the West. He served a stint as editor of Rocky Mountain Fishing & Hunting News before joining Outdoor Life as its Western Columnist. He later joined the magazine staff as Hunting Editor and Optics Editor, Titles he still holds. He is a Hunter Education instructor and Scout leader. In his career with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, he took national honors from the Association for Conservation Information for magazine writing. He has hunted around the world with a rifle, shotgun, and bow for big game, birds, predators, and small game. McKean lives on a ranch in Glasgow, Montana with his family.

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