Ron Zimmerman comic
The best-dressed gunslinger the Wild West ever knew is back in the saddle again -- and this time, he's riding with a posse! That's right, pardners, it's a brand new rip-roaring adventure of the Rawhide Kid! When Wyatt and Morgan Earp are taken hostage by Cristo Pike and his pack of pistoleros, Rawhide has no choice but to put together a posse of the greatest western heroes in the Marvel Universe - to rescue the Earp brothers and bring Pike to justice. Enter: Kid Colt, Doc Holliday, Annie Oakley, Billy the Kid, Red Wolf and the most overrated gun in the West: The Two-Gun Kid! We guarantee the Wild West can't get any wilder.
Cruel fate descends on the wall-crawler is forced -- thanks to a star-studded celebrity fundraising auction -- to spend a weekend camping trip with his number one nemesis: J. Jonah Jameson! And for this odd couple, ticks, coyotes and bears may be the least of their problems! It seems that someone with a burning hatred for both of them sees an opportunity to take out two birds with one stone! Yes, the Scorpion is back -- and he's madder than ever!
- Issue # Full (3 years ago)
Alyosha Kravinoff — a.k.a. the son of “Kraven the Hunter” — is the kind of guy that boys love to hate and girls hate to love. Trouble in leopard-skin boots, a six thousand dollar suit, and with a killer smile. Indeed, with his movie-star looks, heightened senses, razor-sharp tongue and thirty million dollar inheritance, you’d think that Al Kravinoff would be living The Life. But in reality, he’s running a family legacy that makes him the first of his bloodline not to be obsessed with the death and destruction of a certain Wall-Crawler. Where to funnel that excess energy? Kraven is about to dive in the great fountain of all dreams, and swim with its many sharks. And god help the sleazebag producers, self-absorbed movie stars and hired goons who get in his path. Hollywood has seen its fair share of players, but no one plays the game like Kraven. Kraven wants to make a movie. And what Kraven wants, Kraven gets.
Spoiled and childish billionaire by day, vigilante with no super-powers by night, the Hawk-Owk visits his old orphanage to adopt a son.