KELLY SUE DECONNICK (Avengers Assemble, Captain Marvel) & EMMA RÍOS (Dr. Strange, Osborn) reunite to bring you an all-new ongoing series that marries the magical realism of Sandman with the western brutality of Preacher. Death's daughter rides the wind on a horse made of smoke and her face bears the skull marks of her father. Her tale of retribution is as beautifully lush as it is unflinchingly savage.
THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED WESTERN ANTHOLOGY RETURNS WITH AN EVEN BIGGER LINE-UP THAN BEFORE! OUTLAW TERRITORY continues to bring together some of the best and brightest creators in comics as they weave their own brand of tales about the old west. From more somber to action-packed to gut-wrenching character plays, this book has a little something for everybody. COME BACK WITH US AS WE EXPLORE MORE OF THE DARK AND GRITTY HISTORY OF AMERICA WE CALL THE WILD WEST.
This series continues from Black Rider (1950).Western Tales of Black Rider continues as Gunsmoke Western with issue #32. That series continues it's 46 issue run in until July, 1963 with issue #77.
Masked men, lawmen, dudes, owlhoots and vigilantes! From the battle of the Alamo to the dusty streets of Tombstone, the men and women of the West that was are finally unearthed in this scrapbook of memories from the personal collection of the modern day Phantom Rider! Featuring entries on the Black Rider, Tex Dawson, Gunhawk, Kid Colt, the Masked Raider, the Outlaw Kid, the Phantom Rider, the Rawhide Kid, the Steam Rider, the Two-Gun Kid and more!
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Disgraced former Los Angeles Police detective Daniel Wise, who endures a near future deserted hostile LA environment where the Mayor has now been kidnapped and Daniel Wise is the only one who can save him, but can he do it with just a horse and sword?
There are a lot of cross-genre series in the long and diverse history of comic books. One of the more notorious is DC Comics' War that Time Forgot, which mixed World War II action with dinosaurs. Funny animals were combined with superheroes so often — Marvel's Super Rabbit, Fox's Cosmo Cat, L.B. Cole's Wiggles the Wonderworm etc. — that they almost form a genre of their own. During the 1950s and early '60s, it was a common practice to create a new series by putting the word "space" in front of something unrelated, as in Avon's Space Detective, Gold Key's Space Family Robinson, and of course this one — Charlton's Space Western...
224 pages! Tombstone is a city as bleak as its name suggests and for most, life depends on the gun kept in their waistband. When Doc Holliday, a gambler with twisted morals and a deadly reputation, arrives, his presence upsets a fragile balance in the fractured urban center. The gunman and his allies are a threat to the ruling powers and eventually the long simmering tension boils over. Deception surrounding Holliday and a gruesome double homicide serves as the catalyst for war.
A Western tale turned on its ear and filled with strange characters and surreal situations.. PUBLICATION IN 7 VOLUMES - COMPLETED SERIES. From what could only have originated from the mind of El Topo director, and The Metabarons author, Alexandro Jodorowsky, Bouncer follows the adventures of a one armed gunslinger and sometimes saloon bouncer in the Wild West's most notorious town. Drawn by acclaimed artist François Boucq in a gritty and realistic style.
There's trouble deep in the wierd post-apocalyptic West! The town of Desolation has been overrun with zombies. Wave after wave of undead are attacking and some fear it will never stop. However, there is one man, one hope, to beat back the tide... His name is LONE! A futuristic, post-apocalyptic, mutant-filled, zombie laden, robot packed, free-for-all, Lone is sure to be a monthly adventure you won't soon forget! Featuring the storytelling talents of Stuart Moore and the stunning, imaginative art of newcomer Jerome Opeña. The West just got a little weirder...