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Western Gunfighters (1970) 6-A
Comic Book by Marvel, Sep 01 1971
Western Gunfighters (1970) 6-A by Marvel
SEP 01 1971
Magazine Management Co. Inc.
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"Now Rides the Pale Horseman" featuring the Ghost Rider.
Carter Slade is nearly kidnapped, but saved at the last moment by his brother, Marshal Lincoln Slade. There is a mystery in town, with all of the leaders disappearing one by one. Lincoln investigates to find that the local preacher Reaper is behind it, and holds the victims in a mine. Lincoln confronts Reaper, and the Ghost Rider joins him. Reaper causes a cave-in, killing all but Lincoln. Lincoln learns that Carter was the Ghost Rider.
- Death of Carter Slade, original Ghost Rider.
- Story written by Len Wein, penciled by Dick Ayers, inked by Syd Shores, and lettered by Jean Izzo; 10 pages.
The Ambush (E-321) featuring the Black Rider.
The Black Rider comes into town, knowing full well it is an ambush by a group of outlaws. He kills all but one, a man whom he knows to be father to a boy in town. Black Rider does what he can to turn the man from evil, and it pays off.
- Story illustrated by Syd Shores; 6 pages.
- Story reprinted from Black Rider #23.
"Outlawed! (M-303) featuring Wyatt Earp.
The Marshal suspects that a man is staging stallion fights for gamblers, but cannot catch him in the act. He lets his horse, Justice be sold into the fights, and Justice leads him to the capture.
- Story illustrated by Dick Ayers; 5 pages.
- Story reprinted from Wyatt Earp #13.
"The Badge of the Deputy" (H-653)
Two outlaws plan a bank heist, and plan to have one of the men become deputy in town in advance of the job. The plan is to have the infiltrator turn on the Sheriff in the middle of the heist. The bad man who becomes deputy is inspired to get a fresh start, and does not go through with the plan, and becomes an honest man.
- Story written by Stan Lee, and illustrated by Paul Reinman; 4 pages.
- Story reprinted from Frontier Western #1.
"The Trail of the Coyote!" (8214) featuring the Apache Kid.
The Apache Kid is framed by a courier, who hides the money he was trusted to carry, wounds himself, then reports that it was the Apache Kid who robbed him. The Apache Kid must figure out how to get a confession out of the courier to clear his name.
- Story illustrated by Werner Roth; 5 pages.
- Story reprinted from Apache Kid (1950) #6.
No Title Given (G-170) featuring the Western Kid.
The Waynes and the Turners are feuding over a property dispute, and Tex Dawson struggles to find a way to get them to stop. He learns that Cal Wayne and Lana Turner are in love, and soon has the fathers seeing that the feud is senseless.
- Story illustrated by John Romita Sr.; 6 pages.
- Story reprinted from Western Kid #5.
"The Sky Pilot" (K-520)
When preacher Ben Smith comes to a lawless town, the local bully forces him into a duel. To the bully's dismay, he learns that the preacher was formerly the Rio Kid, fastest gun in Texas.
- Story written by Stan Lee, and illustrated by Joe Sinnott; 4 pages.
- Story reprinted from Western Kid #12.
"The Gunfigher!" (H-651)
Legendary gunfighter, Colt Brady comes into a saloon and buys a milk. After he has to duel with one man who is looking to build his reputation, the bartender asks Colt how he became such a success. His answer is a surprise.
- Story written by Stan Lee, and illustrated by Dick Ayers; 4 pages.
"Triple Cross!" featuring Gunhawk.
The Gunhawk crosses Indian territory, and is nearly caught, but for the help of Juan Santiago. Gunhawk moves on, unaware that Santiago is wanted on trumped-up murder charges. Once he finds this out, he returns to capture Santiago, and later saves him from hanging, giving Santiago the reward money to begin a new life.
- Story written by Allyn Brodsky, penciled by Werner Roth, inked by Bill Everett, and lettered by Jean Izzo; 10 pages.
Cover by Herb Trimpe.
Richard "Dick" B. Ayers
Jean Izzo / Jean Simek
John Romita Sr.
Werner Roth (aka Jay Gavin)
Lightning, the Miracle Dog
Matt "Doc" Masters
Whirlwind, the Savage Stallion
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