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Western comic

Ringo Kid (1970)

Ringo Kid (1970)

N/a
Genre: Western


Undone By Blood

Undone By Blood

In the early 1970s, Ethel Grady Lane returns to her hometown of Sweetheart, Arizona with one thing on her mind: killing the man who murdered her family. But first, she’ll have to find him. As Ethel navigates the eccentric town and its inhabitants, she learns that the quaint veneer hides a brewing darkness. She has no choice but to descend into a ring of depravity and violence, with her only ally an Old West novel that follows famed gunslinger Solomon Eaton. As both stories unfold simultaneously, a love of fiction informs choices in reality, for better or worse.
Genre: Western

Join the Future

Join the Future

The Future. Ultra-modern megacities reward millions of their citizens with a completely funded life, with every need met, from food to housing and healthcare, in order to com-pete in an economic power struggle in which population is key. But a few rural residents still cling to their independence in what last American small towns are left. When a nearby megacity pressures the people of a small town join up or else, a young teenage girl named Clem will learn how far she'll go to defend her prin-ciples. Written by Zack Kaplan (LOST CITY EXPLORERS) with art from Piotr Kowalski (Port of Earth, Eclipse, Sex, Marvel Knights: Hulk, The Dark Tower), JOIN THE FUTURE is a sci-fi western that examines a future where everyone must ask what your values are truly worth.
Genre: Western, Sci-Fi

Lonesome

Lonesome

Kansas, 1861. As tensions rise between the Northern and Southern states, a fanatical, violent preacher leaves a trail of corpses behind him, all the while calling people to take up arms against pro-slavery states. Close on his tail is a lone rider with a strange gift: he can read the past and future of those he touches. In the small town of Holton, a showdown is brewing, but things aren’t quite as they seem…
Genre: Western

Lash LaRue Western

Lash LaRue Western

What if Humphrey Bogart had picked up a bullwhip, and become a B-Western movie star? Well, you’d’ve gotten a personality onscreen very much like…Lash LaRue!! The King of the Bullwhip is here in all his glory, in a superb collection reprinting some of the very best Golden Age Lash stories from his Fawcett Comics series of the late 1940′s and early ’50′s- several in FULL COLOR!! You’ll see “Lash LaRue and the Frontier Phantom” (in color), “The General’s Last Stand”, “Justice’s Conscience”, and “Background For Murder”. (color) All artwork by Tony Sgroi. , color lobby card repros from “Outlaw Country” and “Son of a Bad Man”; a short text adventure, “Lash LaRue Plays A Dual Role”, and a personal letter FROM LASH HIMSELF!! All that and great slick photo reproductions on the back and inside covers. A four-color celebration of a real cinematic one-of-a-kind.
Genre: Western

Rawhide Kid (1985)

Rawhide Kid (1985)

The first Rawhide Kid mini-series after the original volume ended. It is also know as Rawhide Kid season 2.
Genre: Western, Pulp

Two-Gun Kid: The Sunset Riders

Two-Gun Kid: The Sunset Riders

N/a
Genre: Action, Western

Western Team-Up

Western Team-Up

One shot.
Genre: Western

Six-Gun Western

Six-Gun Western

Six-Gun Western ran during 1957 for only 4 issues.
Genre: Western

Western Trails

Western Trails

Western Trails ran in 1957 for only 2 issues.
Genre: Western

Wes Slade

Wes Slade

N/a
Genre: Western

Dead in the West

Dead in the West

It's Halloween, and we know you want something really scary. How about two-gun action and the living dead? Well circle the wagons, pardners, pray for dawn, and stay away from the zombies as Dark Horse proudly presents Joe R. Lansdale's cult novel, Dead in the West! Why dress up for Halloween as a cowboy, Indian, or walking corpse when you can see them mixing it up in East Texas, 1876? The residents of Mud Creek have trouble on their hands when only a down-on-his-luck preacher with a six-gun and a boy stand between the town and an army of the living dead, re-animated by an Indian shaman's curse. Jack Jackson is at the height of his form with Dead in the West -- his art gives a feeling of authenticity that perfectly complements the story and will leave you covered in goosebumps. For all fans of A Fistful of Dollars and Night of the Living Dead, this book is for you!
Genre: Western

The Big Country

The Big Country

A gritty Western standoff between a cop and a murderer. 1 VOLUME RELEASED - INDEPENDENT STORIES. The Old West finally died in 1980. But we're in Texas, and it's 1978. This is the story of Grissom Callahan, the last in a long line of sheriffs. Callahan learned everything he knows from his father and grandfather, but the ways of the old regime don't prove effective when a violent killer emerges in their small town. In a single moment of shaking down an informant, Grissom triggers a chain of events that will reshape his life and the world of Texas law enforcement.

Davy Crockett

Davy Crockett

Title changes to Kid Montana with issue #9.
Genre: Western

Cities of Magick

Cities of Magick

In the mid-21st century, Earth is caught in a massive energy nexus of unknown origin, wiping out half of humanity and all of its modern technology. Governments break down into small city-based factions all over the world. A hundred years later, a group of explorers and scientists discover how to harness the energy of the nexus and create "magick," a new type of power source for a new age. The world of Cities of Magick exists inside the ruins of our present day. The husks of once great cities are now filled with jury-rigged, Rube Goldberg-esque magick contraptions providing power, water, food, entertainment. And the totems of the old world--your iPhones, your Nikes, your sports cars--are now devoid of power. Our hero, Lev, a self-proclaimed "old school cowboy," believes that magick's widespread use is the result of a society grown decadent. He yearns for the bygone days and wants to return to the old ways of electricity and digital technology. He's a reverse-luddite, if you will. Cities of Magick is a future-fantasy story about the intersection of geography and magick. How do our needs and wants and desires manifest themselves in the architecture and infrastructure of a city fueled by willpower and imagination? And how do people like Lev fit into a world like that?

Lone Ranger's Companion Tonto

Lone Ranger's Companion Tonto

Issue #1 published as Four Color #312.
Genre: Western

The Kid From Texas

The Kid From Texas

The Kid From Texas ran in 1957 for only 2 issues.
Genre: Western

Quick-Trigger Western

Quick-Trigger Western

Continued from Cowboy Action, Quick-Trigger Western ran during 1956 through 1957 for 8 issues.
Genre: Western


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