Daniel Cray - a samurai mercenary - stumbles upon the legendary city of ZenZion, a mysterious desert outpost under siege from a vicious warlord. The peace-loving citizenry beg Cray to defend them... forcing Cray to reluctantly draw his deadly "Malathane" sword one last time to battle a relentless army of robots and their savage masters. Science Fiction meets Samurai in an epic new adventure from John Raffo (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story).
The critically-acclaimed horror/Western series, created by Jeff Mariotte and John Cassaday, returns with an all-new miniseries featuring the return of legendary comic-book Western artist John Severin!
"Six-Gun Gorilla: Long Days of Vengeance" is the story of Kumba, an intelligent, sharp-shooting circus gorilla who blazes a trail across the Old West in search of the outlaws who murdered the man who raised him. Along the way he joins forces with his human sister, the only one who truly understands him, and Union spy Giuliano Schmidt. Together they hunt down the killers, only to find themselves uncovering a much greater threat: a munitions tycoon with a sinister plan to prolong the Civil War.
In the second half of the 19th century, a Chinese man wanders the plains of the American West. In the first volume, John Chinaman lands in San Francisco, tasked by the Elders of Canton with disciplining the local Triads. But this mission will be his last. From now on, his fate will be irrevocably tied to America’s westward expansion.
A series that stars the Night Rider, before his name was changed to the Phantom Rider. This is a reprint-series of the old Ghost Rider series, that starred the Night Rider as Ghost Rider before that name was given to Johnny Blaze, the motorcycle stuntman.
Welcome to "the Blister" -- a bizarre other-world colonized by humans sometime in the 22nd century, which quickly became a hotly-contested source of fertile land and natural resources long ago exhausted on Earth. In this new frontier, a rogue gunslinger and his companion wander across a wilderness in the grips of a civil war, encountering lawlessness, natives, and perversions of civilization in a world at the crossroads between the past and the future. The fact that said gunslinger is a bio-surgically modified silverback gorilla toting a pair of enormous revolvers is neither here nor there.
Attempting to ride away in disguise, Lash encounters the sheriff and his posse accompanying Sebastian's niece to the monastery. She reveals a third piece of the cross to Lash who offers to help the sheriff capture the bandits. The treasure is soon found and our hero rides off into the sunset.
Kid Colt was a Western comic book character dating back to 1948, where he made his first appearance in the comic series Kid Colt: Hero of the West. However, aforementioned series didn't last too long, at least not under its original title as it changed the name of the comic after issue four (although the covers had already begun the name change with issue three). This new title was, Kid Colt: Outlaw which is what it continued to be three full decades until the series finally came to a close after a two hundred and twenty-nine issue run. That makes Kid Colt the longest-running cowboy star in an American published comic-book , featured in stories for a 31-year stretch from 1948-1979, though from 1966 most of the published stories were reprints.
From the very first moment he meets “Sentence” Sykes, young Jim Starret instantly recognizes a legend of the Old West, just like in the comic books he learned to read with. But his new hero is nowhere to be seen when the fearsome Clayton gang murders his mother before his very eyes. From that moment on, the now-orphaned Jim becomes obsessed with a sole objective: joining Sykes to track down his mother’s killers. But what he doesn’t yet realize is that legends of the Old West are forged by their demons.
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A tale of revenge and honor told against the sun-bleached asphalt of the New West! Cinnamon's drifted for years as a hired gun along the Mexican border, but when a shady job takes her north, she must face up to the ghosts that haunt her dark past!
Take a trip over the rainbow to Oz as you've never seen it before. Dorothy "Gale" is a tough as nails cow-girl trapped in a wild-west version of the land of Oz. Follow Gale, Toto the horse of course, and a host of almost familiar companions as they make their way to the Emerald City on a quest to find the Wizard who claims to have the power to send Gale back to Kansas.
Put out by DC under the name Amalgam Comics in 1997 as part of the Amalgam (Marvel/DC) crossover event, Generation Hex is an amalgam of the Marvel team Generation X and DC's western comics line. Generation Hex has only one issue, with the plot of Generation Hex #2 only being hinted at.
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He's got a yellow shirt and a red neckerchief, unruly locks and a sprig of grass in his mouth. He maintains law and order at the Nothing Gulch School, and he runs faster than his shadow as soon as there's even the slightest hint of chores to be done. It's Kid Lucky, a young cowboy knee-high to a grasshopper, always ready to discover the customs of the Wild West, and, most of all, to muck about with his buddies. This is the birth of a legend: the greatest (but still quite small) cowboy of the Wild West! In this first album, Kid Lucky learns his very first cowboy lessons.
Based on the game DEADLANDS from PINNACLE ENTERTAINMENT Visionary Comics and Pinnacle Entertainment bring the weird Western world of Deadlands to comics! When evil takes over a sleepy western town it will take a heartless father to save the souls of the innocent in the final of four one-shots by masters of horror and noire, Steve Niles and Francesco Francavilla. Backup series also wraps up the origin of Billy the Kid in the world of Deadlands! Do not miss this!
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All-American Western (1948) #103 continues from All-American Comics (1939) #102.All-American Western (1948) #126 continues to All-American Men of War (1952) #127.