WESTERN (Assorted Publishers) COMICS FOR SALE -

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WESTERN comics (Assorted Publishers; other then above publishers) INVENTORY FOR SALE -


APACHE TRAIL (Steinway/American's Best Pub.) - #1(September/1957), 2,3;


APPROVED COMICS (ST John's; Weight = 60 Grams each) -

#1(3/1954, reprints cover from HAWK #5 & contents of HAWK #1; Painted-c; Tuska & Anderson-a; PR/FA $7.00);

#7(5/1954; reprints the HAWK #6; nice Painted-c; G/VG $18);


BADMEN OF TOMBSTONE (Avon Periodicals) - #1(April 1951, Canadian Variant Edition., Johnny Ringo story, Stillman art, Becker art);


BEST OF THE WEST (ME - Magazine Enterprise; 1951-1954) –

#5(1952; A-1 #66; Durango Kid, Ghost Riider, Straight Arrow, TimBEST OF THE WEST (ME - Magazine Enterprise; 1951-1954; USA Editions) –

#5(1952; A-1 #66; Durango Kid, Ghost Rider, Straight Arrow, Tim Holt; G/VG $32);

#7(March/1953; A-1 #76; Durango Kid, Ghost Rider, Straight Arrow, Tim Holt; Writing at top edge of cover; VG = $35);

#8(A-1 #81; 6/1953; Tim Holt-s; Frank Bolle-a; Straight Arrow-s; Meagher-a; e Ghost Rider-s; Durango Kid-s; Guardineer-a);

#12(A-1 #103; LAST issue; 4-5/1954; Durango Kid, Red Hawk, Ghost Rider & Red Mask; All-New-s; BOLLE-c/a; Ayers-a; Guardineer-a; FN/VF $69);


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BIG TEX (Toby Pub) -

#1(6/1953; Contains 3 JOHN WAYNE story reprints from John Wayne Comics, but with his name changed to Big Tex; Images inside very much look like John Wayne; VG+ = $36);

#1(6/1953; Canadian Variant edition; Contains 3 JOHN WAYNE story reprints from John Wayne Comics, but with his name changed to Big Tex; Images inside very much look like John Wayne; appears G/VG, but with Magic tape repairs inside spine & 1" Piece missing from BACK cover thus G minus = $13);

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BILLY THE KID (Toby Press; Canadian Variant Editions) - #2, 4-6, 9,11,14,16,17,19, 26;



BILLY THE KID (Toby Press; USA Editions) - #6(FRAZETTA art; PHOTO-c);#7, 9,13, 15, 23;



BILLY WEST (Standard Comics) - #5(Canadian Variant Edition., Women in bondage cover, February 1950),#6, #7, #8,9;


BLACK CAT WESTERN (HARVEY Pub); - #54;


BLACK DIAMOND WESTERN (Lev Gleason Pub.) - #11,12,15,16,18,18(3 pages Wolverton art, Canda Ed.),20,21,23-29,34-38,40, 41(Canadian Variant Edition.), 44,46-48,51-60;


BLACK DIAMOND WESTERN (Lev Gleason)

#20(Canadian Variant Edition; 36 pages; Death of Billy the Kid-s; 3 pages Wolverton-a; G/VG $12);

#21(Canadian Variant Edition; 36 pages; 10/1950; Death of Black Diamond-s; G+ $11);

#24(USA Edition; 52 pages; Vicious Cheif Cordlow; Ghost Dance War; 3 pages Wolverton-a; VG+ $32);

#24(USA Edition; 52 pages; Vicious Cheif Cordlow; Ghost Dance War; 3 pages Wolverton-a; VG minus $26);

#25(USA Edition; 52 pages; Golden Indians; Cheif Victorio Apache Terror; Reliapon's Double; 3 pages Wolverton-a; VG $30);

#25(Canadian Variant Edition; 36 pages; Golden Indians; Cheif Victorio Apache Terror; Reliapon's Double; FN $24);



BLACK HAWK INDIAN TOMAHAWK WAR (Avon Periodicals) - #NN(1951, Kinstler cover, Kit West story);

BLAZING COMICS (Enwil Associates/Rural Home) - #6(Vol.2 #3 inside, April 1945, Indian/Japanese cover, 3 Will Roger stories);


BLAZING WESTERN(Timor Pub.) - #2(3/1954; Pre-Code; White Redskin; Lawless Town; Redskin Justice; Mark of a Gunfighter;  appears G/VG, but with Magic Tape Repairs inside spine to cover, thus FA/G = $10.00),

#3(5/1954; Pre-Code; Hangman’s Noose-c; The Feud; The Renegade; Murder at Buzzard Lake; Wagon’s West; VG = $22.00);

#4(7/1954; Pre-Code; Death of Sundance Kid-c/s; McCarthy & Zakarin-a; Man of the Plains; Indian’s Word; Roaring Guns; G/VG = $16.00);


BOBBY BENSON'S B-BAR-B RIDERS (ME Pub - Magazine Enterprises) - All USA Editions (Unless otherwise Noted)

*** Canadian Variant Editon = Same as USA Editions, but with Different AD'S;

#1(5-6/1950; USA Edition; Lemonade Kid Begins; Powell-a; Overstreet lists as "SCARCE"; G/VG $75);

#3(1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Powell-c & 7 pages art; VG/FN $25);

#3(9-10/1950; USA Edition; Powell-c & 7 pages art; G/VG $25);

#4(1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Lemonade Kid in Web of Doom-c/s; Spider in Web-c; VG/FN $25);

#5(1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Powell-c/a; Lemonade Kid-c; FN = $29);

#14(1952; USA Edition; Decapitation/Women in Bondage-c/s; classic Horror cover; FN/VF = $145),



BORDER PATROL (X.L. Pub.) - #1(May-June/1951);


BOYS’ RANCH (HARVEY Pub); - #1(10/1950; classic Simon & KIRBY cover & ART x 3; VG/FN = $185.00); #4(4/1951; classic Simon & KIRBY cover & ART; FN/VF = $175.00);



BRONCHO BILL (United Features Syndicate/Standard) - #5(December 1947), 6,7, 8(Canadian Variant Edition.), 9(Canadian Variant Edition.), 10,16;


BUFFALO BILL (Youthful Mag.) - #2(10/1950; FIRST issue; Annie Oakley-s; 2 pages on Cot 45 TV show with Photo's; R.Q. Sale-a; G/VG $26) #3(December 1950), 4, 7(Ghost of Daniel Boone), 8m 9;


BUSTER CRABBE (Famous Funnies Pub., TV) - #1(November 1951, Frazetta anti-drug ad, text story about Buster Crabbe & Billy the Kid), 10;


BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE WILD BUNCH (Avon Periodical) - #1(September 1951, Canadian Variant Edition., Kinstler cover & art, Reinman art, Pre-code);


CHIEF CRAZY HORSE (Avon Periodical) -

#NN(USA Printing; April 1951; #1; Fawcette cover; Fetterman Massacre-c/s; includes Custer & the Battle of Little Big Horn; G/VG $39),


CISCO KID COMICS (Bernard Bailey/Swappers Quarterly) - #1[Winter 1944, Faust; Funnyman by Giunta; Cisco Kid (1st app) & Superbaby begins; Giunta cover];


CISCO KID (WDL Pub., British Ed., B&W) - #11(1953),13,21;


CLAY CODE GUNSLINGER (Pines Comics) - #1(Fall 1957, painted cover), 34,35;


COLOSSAL FEATURES MAGAZINE (Cody of the Pony Express) (Fox Features Syndicate) - #3(May 1950);


CORRAL COMICS (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Title does NOT exist for USA editions; Circa early 1950's); #21(Contains QUALITY's CRACK WESTERN Material, Photo-c; Nice GGA; RARE; FN/VF $50);


COWBOY LOVE (Fawcett Comics Pub) - USA Printing  -  #11 (1951;  Jane Nigh and BILL WILLIAMS PHOTO Cover; The Challenge =  Bob Powell-a; Thunder River; Rose of the Prairie; Very Good = $19.00);



COWBOYS 'N' INJUNS COMICS (Com Pub.) - #1(1946), 7;


CRACK WESTERN (CANADIAN Edition of the QUALITY comics; BELL Features Pub; same as the USA except different ADS):

#63(11/1949; #1; WARD-c; CRANDALL-a; 1st app Two-Gun Lil; 1st Arizona Ames, Frontier Marshal & Dead Canyon Days;VG/FN $39);

#66 (5/1950; 4th issue; PHOTO Cover by Theda and Emerson Hall of; Pat Armistead (photo of Jane Nigh);  Lin McIvor (photo of BILL WILLIAMS); Art by Paul Gustavson; Arizona Raines in El Banditto; Two-Gun Lil in Even Frontier Terrorists Can Learn; Dead Canyon Days = Feud Bullets in the Dead Canyon Country; Arizona Raines text story;  Frontier Marshal in They're Holding Up the Stage; FINE = $36.00);

#67 = ASK


CRACK WESTERN (USA ED; Two-Gun Lil in all) :

#77(Arizona Raines = 9 pages Paul Gustavson-a; VG+ $23);

#82(1/1953; VG $21);


DAN'L BOONE (Sussex Pub.) - #2(October 1955),3, 4;


DAVY CROCKETT SAFETY TRAILS (City Service Petroleum Inc giveaway, New York; 1955; 16 pages; 7” x 3 1/2”);


DEAD-EYE WESTERN COMICS ( Hillman Periodicals) -

(Vol. 1 #1; November/December 1948; Krigstein art),

(Vol.1 #3, March-April 1949), (Vol.1#5; coverless), (Vol.1 #6),(Vol.1 #7),

(Vol.2#5), (Vol.2 #7), (Vol.2 #8), (Vol.2 #10), (Vol. 3 #1);


DEATH VALLEY (Comic Media, Cowboy & Indians) - #1,6(August 1954);

DEATH VALLEY (Charlton Comics - #7(June 1955);


DESPERADO (Lev Gleason Pub.) - #1(Canadian Variant Edition., June 1948, Biro cover), 2(Canadian Variant Edition.), 4-6,8;


DURANGO KID (Magazine Enterprises; USA Editions; Charles Starlett as..) - #16(Frazetta art), 23, 26;

DURANGO KID (Magazine Enterprises; Canadian Variant Editions; Charles Starlett as..) #8(FRAZETTA-a; VG/FN = $39)


EXPLOITS OF DANIEL BOONE (Quality Group Comics) - #1(11/1955); #2(1/1956),4,5;


FIGHTING DAVY CROCKETT (Avon Periodicals) - #9(October/November 1955, Kinstler cover);


THE FIGHTIN' TEXAN (St. John Pub.) - #17(December 1952, Tuska art, Cameron cover & art;G/VG $15);


FIGHTIN' TEXAN (St. John Pub.) - #16(September/1952);


FIREHAIR - Girl of the Golden West / Warrior-Maid of the Wild Dakotas (Fiction House magazines Pub; 1948-1952) - #1(Winter), 2,8,9,10;


FRONTIER TRAIL (Ajax Pub.) - #6(May/1958);


GERONIMO INDIAN FIGHTER (Avon Periodicals; USA Edition) - #1(1950; Massacre at San Pedro Pass-c/s; Maneely art, Texas Rangers-r/ Cowpuncher #1; Fawcette cover), #4(1952; Kinstler-c/a)


GERONIMO INDIAN FIGHTER (Avon Periodicals; Canadian Variant Edition.) - #1(February 1951, Canadian Variant Edition., Indian fighter, Maneely art, Texas Rangers-r/ Cowpuncher #1; Fawcette cover),


GHOST RIDER (1950-1954; ME - Magazine Enterprises Pub; Western & Horror Theme series ) - #4 (Classic FRAZETTA-c; Canadian Variant ed; Superior Pub; 4 x AYERS-a; FA/G, BACK cover missing = $36);


GUNFIGHTER (EC/E.C. Comics Pub; 1948-1950; Johnny CRAIG & H.C.Keifer art in most) CANADIAN VARIANT Editions;

#6(1949; SECOND issue; Canadian Variant Edition; Feldstein-a; INGELS-a; Johnny Craig-c; Buckskin Kid-s= H.C.Keifer-a; MOON GIRL-s; VG/FN = $99.00);

#8(Canadian Variant Edition by Superior Pub; Feldstein art; INGELS-c/s; Busty Girl GGA-c/s; Black Phantom-s; H.C.Keifer art ; Has 8% of back cover missing at upper left, rest of comic is VG, thus call it "G"=$33);


GUNFIGHTER (EC/E.C. Comics Pub; 1948-1950; Johnny CRAIG & H.C.Keifer art in most) ;

#7(Winter/1948; Feldstein art; INGELS-c/s; Johnny Craig art; 3/4 Cover/Title Off; rest of comic is a decent G/VG $33);

#9(Feldstein art; INGELS-c/s; 5-6/1949; FA/G $39);

#12(Feldstein art; INGELS-c/s; Johnny CRAIG art; G/VG, but with back cover Missing = $30);


GUNS of FACT and FICTION (M.E. Pub - Magazine Enterprises) - (A-1 Comics series)

#13(1948; One-Shot; Used in S.O.T.I./Seduction of the Innocent on pg.19; Western-c by Fred Guardineer; Graham Ingels, Frank Bolle & Johnny Craig art; St Valentine's Day MASSACRE-s; 2 x Western-s; 3 x Crime-s; Good Minus = $29.00);



GUNSMOKE (Columbia Broadcasting) - #4(1970, Sweden Ed., photo cover);


GUNSMOKE BLAZING HEROES OF THE WEST (Western Comics) - #1(Canadian Variant Edition.; Women in Bondage; Gunsmoke & masked Marvel Ingels cover), 3(Women in Bondage, Ingels bondage cover & art)5,6,8(Canadian Variant Edition.),11(Canadian Variant Edition.),14,15;


GUNSMOKE TRAIL (Ajax Pub.) - #2(August/1957),3;


HAWK - Fighting Marshall of the West (Ziff-Davis/St. John Pub.; Weight = 60 Grams each) -

#1(Winter 1951, Tuska & Anderson-a; nice Painted-c; VG/FN $60);

#2(Summer/1952; Kubert,& Infantino art; nice Painted-c; G, with 20% of an AD page missing; stories complete $10);

#3(nice Painted-c; FN minus=$30; G/VG=$18);

#4(10/1953; PAINTED-c; Al Carreno-a; FN $36);

#8(9/1954; Matt Baker-c; G/VG $24);

#12(5/1955; Buckskin Belle-s; Matt Baker-c/a; Bold Buckeroo-s; Mustang Jack-s; Tuska-a; VG $30);


HEROES OF THE WILD FRONTIER (Ace Pub.) - #2(April 1956);


HOOT GIBSON (Fox Feature Syndicate) - #6(July/1950);


HOPALONG CASSIDY (Oms Inraknad, Pris Kr.) - #1(April 1964, B&W, German? Edition);

HOPALONG CASSIDY and the Stagecoach (Doubleday / Samuael Lowe Co Pub) #511-5(1950; starring William Boyd-c/s; 5”x5” softcover Kids Book; illustrated; Colour; 52 pages; RARE; FN/VF $42);


INDIAN BRAVES (Ace Magazine; 1951) -

#2 (5/1951; Green Arrowhead-c/s; VG/FN $45);

#3 (7/1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Green Arrowhead-c/s; VG $14),

#4 (9/1951; LAST issue; Green Arrowhead-c/s; VG $19);


INDIAN FIGHTER - Exciting INDIAN Adventures of the Roaring West (Youthful Magazines Pub; 1950-1952) -

#1 (Canadian Variant Edition; May/1950; Walter T Johnson-c/a; Revenge of Chief Crazy Horse, Custer Annihilation mentioned; FA/G, centerfold pages are missing = $8),

#2 (7/1950; Woman in BONDAGE-c; Chief RED CLOUD scourge of the White Man-s; Apache Kid-s; WILDEY-c/a; Walter T Johnson-a; 2 pages on Universal's COMMANCHE TERRITORY Movie starring MacDonald Carey as Jim Bowie & Maureen O'Hara= with 2 Photo's from the Film; USA Edition; G/VG = $20);

#2 (7/1950; Woman in BONDAGE-c; Chief RED CLOUD scourge of the White Man-s; Apache Kid-s; WILDEY-c/a; Walter T Johnson-a; 2 pages on Universal's COMMANCHE TERRITORY Movie starring MacDonald Carey as Jim Bowie & Maureen O'Hara= with 2 Photo's from the Film; Canadian Variant Edition by EXPORT Publishing Enterprises Limited; VG = $18);

#3 (9/1950; WILDEY-a; Walter T Johnson-c; Fighting Parson-s; Magic Arrow-s; Canadian Variant Edition by EXPORT Publishing Enterprises Limited; 2 pages on TICKET TO TOMAHAWK Movie starring; Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, Rory Calhoun = with 2 Photo's from the Film; VG = $16);

#3 (9/1950; WILDEY-a; Walter T Johnson-c; Fighting Parson-s; Magic Arrow-s; Canadian Variant Edition by EXPORT Publishing Enterprises Limited; 2 pages on TICKET TO TOMAHAWK Movie starring; Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, Rory Calhoun = with 2 Photo's from the Film; G/VG = $13);

#4 (11/1950; WILDEY-a; Indian Chief cover by Walter T. Johnson; PUMA & the Cheyenne Warpath; Little Bow-s; Geronimo-s; Magic Arrow-s; 2 pages on WINCHESTER 73 Movie starring; James Stewart & Shelley Winters = with 2 Photo's from the Film; USA Edition; G/VG = $16);

#4 (11/1950; WILDEY-a; Indian Chief cover by Walter T. Johnson; PUMA & the Cheyenne Warpath; Little Bow-s; Geronimo-s; Magic Arrow-s; 2 pages on WINCHESTER 73 Movie starring; James Stewart & Shelley Winters = with 2 Photo's from the Film; Canadian Variant Edition by BELL FEATURES; VG = $15);

#7 (5/1951; Tom Horn - Bloodshed at Massacre Valley; General George Crook & the Rouge River War; Stephen Kirkel-a; Pat Masulli-a; 2 page Text-s on the Civil War era Warner Bros DALLAS Movie starring; Gary Cooper & Ruth Roman; Little Eagle-s = Manny Stallman-a; Magic Arrrow-s = S.B. Rosen-a; USA Edition; FN = $30);'

#7 (5/1951; Tom Horn - Bloodshed at Massacre Valley; General George Crook & the Rouge River War; Stephen Kirkel-a; Pat Masulli-a; 2 page Text-s on the Civil War era Warner Bros DALLAS Movie starring; Gary Cooper & Ruth Roman; Little Eagle-s = Manny Stallman-a; Magic Arrrow-s = S.B. Rosen-a; USA Edition; FA/G = $10);

#8 (7/1951; Goldfarb Baer-c/a; Joaquin Young Great White Chief of the Wilderness; Magic Arrow-s; 2 page Text-s on Buffalo Bill, Daniel Boone & Pawnee Bill; Little Eagle-s = Manny Stallman-a; Wild Bill Hickok-s; USA Edition; VG/FN = $26);

#9 (9/1951; Goldfarb Baer-c/a; Buck Taylor King of the Cowboys-c/s; Magic Arrow-s; 2 page Text-s on KIT CARSON with Photo; Shoshone Vengeance-s; Little Eagle-s; VG/FN = $26);

#9 (9/1951; Goldfarb Baer-c/a; Buck Taylor King of the Cowboys-c/s; Magic Arrow-s; 2 page Text-s on KIT CARSON with Photo; Shoshone Vengeance-s; Little Eagle-s; FA/G = $10);

#11 (1/1952; Wild Bill Hickok-c/s; Magic Arrow-s; 2 page Text-s on John P. Clum - Apache Agent with Photo; Iron Mask of the Dakota's = Kirkel-a; Little Eagle-s; FA/G $10);



INDIANS - Picture Stories of the First Americans (Fiction House Magazine Pub; 1950-1953; Manzar the White Sioux Indian Boy, with his girl Red Cloud in all; Long Bow the Blackfoot Boy in all; Orphan of the Storm – the Cheyenne War Colt Wild Pony in all; #5-17=Whitman covers) -

#1 (Spring 1950; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy & Orphan of the Storm Series' begins; Red Fawn-s; Chip of the Pony Express-s; FA/G $30);

#2 (1950; Starlight of the Hurons series begins; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm, Bride of Doom; VG/FN $45);

#2 (1950; Starlight of the Hurons series begins; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm, Bride of Doom; G/VG $27);

#4 (1950; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm, Starlight of the Hurons, Big Medicine, Deersayer King of the Wild; VG $35);

#5 (4/1951; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm, Starlight of the Hurons; Sunke-Wakan, Riders of the Night; Ralph Mayo-a; FA/G = $14);

#6 (6/1951; 52 pages; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm; Starlight of the Hurons = Woman in BOBDAGE panels; Whale Chief; Tribes of New England; Good+ = $19);

#12 (6/1952; Manzar the White Indian, Long Bow Blackfoot Boy, Orphan of the Storm; Washakie of the Shoshines; FA/G = $12);


INDIAN WARRIORS (Star/Accepted Pub.) -

#7 (6/1951; Star Pub; FIRST issue under this new Title; L.B. Cole cover; Pawnee Arrow-s; White Rider & Super Horse-s; Last of the Mohicans serial begins by J. Fenimore Cooper; Apache Attack-s; Bull's-Eye Bill War Party of the Sioux-s; VG/FN $50),

#8 (Accepted Pub; No Date; L.B. Cole cover; Mohawk Massacre-s; Redskin Raid-s; Last of the Mohicans-s by J. Fenimore Cooper; Coup of the Crow-s; G/VG=$32.00; G=$22.00; FA/G=$17.00),



JESSE JAMES (Avon Periodical) -

#2(3 x KUBERT-a); #7(Painted-c; Kubert-a; Kinstler-a)

#15, 17

#20(Kinstler cover, Kubert art = 7 pages, Williamson/Frazetta art = 7 pages, Kit West GGA by Larsen = 10 pages),

#21, 22,24,26 (Scourge of the Border), 28(Reprints most of Red Mountain, Featuring Quantrells Raiders);


JIMMY DURANTE (Magazine Enterprises) - #A-1 No.20(Winter 1949, Photo cover);


JOHN WAYNE Adventure comics (TOBY Press Pub);

#7(12/1950; JOHN WAYNE Photo-c; 52 pages Giant; ** 2 John Wayne & one other story are Complete; Overall G, but the Frazetta pages 21-32 are missing = $10)


KID COWBOY (Ziff-Davis Pub.; 1950) - #4,5,#8(7-8/1952; PAINTED-c; 3 stories = 21 pages of Al Carreno-a; FN $36); 10;


KID COWBOY (St. John Pub.) - #2(Painted-c), 4(1954, Painted-c), 9(Painted-c), 10(Painted-c), 11(Women in Bondage), 13;


KIT CARSON (Avon Periodicals) - #2(December 1951, Women in Bondage),6,7,8;


LONE EAGLE (Ajax/Excellent Pub.) - #3(August/September 1954; Woman in bondage on cover);


The Lone Rider (1951-1955; Farrell / AJAX Pub; Golden/SWIFT ARROW, Lone Rider; many issues have KAMEN-ish GGA = Good Girl Art):

#3(2nd app Golden Arrow; 8/1951; Canadian Variant Ed; BONDAGE & Nooses-c; VG/FN $29);

#10(VG/FN $33); #11(store stamp on BACK-c; FN/VF $39); #14(FN/VF $39);

#16(store stamp on BACK-c; VF $52); #17(store stamp on BACK-c; FN/VF $39); #22(FN $32);



LONG BOW – Indian Boy (Fiction House Pub; Whitman covers on all; 1951-1953);

#3(1951; USA Edition; Four Wolves attacking-c; 4 x Long Bow stories; FN $32);

#3(1951; Canadian Variant Edition by Superior Pub; Four Wolves attacking-c; 4 x Long Bow stories; FN/VF $27);

#4(1951; USA Edition);


LUCKY STAR (Nation Wide Pub.;size 7" x 5") - #2(1951), #4(1951; Digest Sized; 52 pages ; Color; Jack DAVIS Back-c; Scarce; VG $25);#11(1954);


MASKED RANGER (Premiere Magazines Pub)

#1(4/1954; FA/G, centerfold missing, B&W photocopy replacement provided =$20);



OKLAHOMA KID (Ajax/Farrell Pub.; 1957-1958; 4 issue series) - #2(August 1957; Surprise Party; Trail to Tombstone; Magic Tape repairs to spine of Cover, thus FA/G $7),


OUTLAWS {Western Crime Stories} (D.S. Pub.) - #2(52 pages); #2(52 pages); #6;

OUTLAW (Star Pub.) - #11(April 1953, L.B. Cole cover),13;


PRIZE COMICS WESTERN (Prize Pub.) - #5(Canadian Variant Edition),


Prize Comics Western

(Prize Pub; USA editions; Severin-a; Severin/Elder-c=84-99; Severin-a=79,84-86,96,97,100-105; Severin-c=92-119; Severin/Elder-a=87-99,110,111; Mort Meskin-a=114-118; Drifter series=114-119; Mart Bailey-a=79,84,87,90,94; Indian Chief American Eagle-c/s = #85 thru #119; Western SERIES starts at issue #69);

#76(7-8/1949; "Canadian Pacific" = Movie adaption; Randolph Scott PHOTO-c; Dusty Ballew, Lazo Kid, Black Bull; Cover Creasing & Magic Tape repairs, but complete = FA/G $13);

#79(1-2/1950; 52 pages; George O'Brien in RKO's "Stage to Chino" Photo-c & story; Kurtzman-a; Severin-a; Severin/Elder-a; Mart Bailey-a; G+, but 10% of one page missing inside, thus FA/G $18);

#84(11-12/1950; 52 pages; Severin/Elder-c/a; Mart Bailey-a; Stagecoach-c; G/VG $20);

#86(Severin);

#87(52 pages; Indian War Dance-c; FA/G, coupon cut out thus 8% of back cover off; $10);

#90(44 pages; VG $30);

#91(Severin/Elder-a);

#97(1-2/1953; Mountain Lion-c; Severin/Elder-a; VG/FN $40);

#100(7-8/1953; Anniversary issue; American Eagle, Buck Dolan, Jim Horan, Red Otter, Many Coups, Kansas-Hawk & Laughing Dog-c; G+ $22);

#101(VG $29);

#104(Wild Bill Hickok-s; FN=$40; G=$16; FA/G=$12);

#105(Coshise-s; VG=$29); #106(Mountain Lion-c; G/VG=$18);

#107(Clay Allison-s; G/VG=$18);

#108(11-12/1954; VG=$24);

#109(Severin/Elder-a)

#110(Buffalo-c; LAST Pre-Code issue; Barbwire war; Indian Chief American Eagle; Severin/Elder-a; VG $30);

#111(5-6/1955; 1st Comic Code issue; American Eagle-c/s; Severin-c; FN)

#111(5-6/1955; 1st Comic Code issue; American Eagle-c/s; Severin-c; G/VG=$25); #112(American Eagle-c/s; Severin-c; G/VG=$16);

#114(Forest Fire-c; 1st DRIFTER series issue; FN)

#114(Forest Fire-c; 1st DRIFTER series issue; G/VG=$16);

#115(store stamp at top of cover, o/w FN $30);

#118(Liberty Belle; Calico Pony; Sioux indians; VG $20);

#119(11-12/1956; LAST issue; Cougar-s; Lazo Kid/Mexico-s; last Drifter-s; last American Eagle-s; VG=$20);


RANGER COMICS (Fiction House Pub) - #60(1951);


RANGER TRAILS (Scarce Canadian Color Vintage Variant Editions; published by Bell Features; Title does NOT exist for USA editions; Circa early 1950's); #15(QUALITY?? WESTERN Material; Nice GGA; Arizona Raines app; SCARCE; VG/FN $39);


RED ARROW (X.L. Pub.) - #1(May-June/1951);


RED HAWK (Magazine Enterprise) - #A-1 90 (1953, Powell cover & art);


RED MASK (Magazine Enterprise) -

#44(10-11/1954; Red Mask in Death at Split Mesa-c/s = 3-D effect story with Frank Bolle art; Red Mask in Gauntlet of Terror-s = 3-D effect story with Frank Bolle art; GHOST RIDER in Dead Man's Son-s = Dick AYERS-a; Red Mask in Death Hat -s = 3-D effect story with Frank Bolle art; Overall G, but with 2-1/2" x 3" Coupons Missing out of BACK Cover & also the Last Page, thus FA = $13.00),

#45, 49(Ghost Rider-s), 50,53;


REDSKIN (Thrilling Indian Stories ; Youthful Mag.) -

#2(Canadian Variant Edition.),

#4,#5,#9,

#10(6/1952; Redskin-c/s; Pecos Kid text-s; Buffalo Bill-s; Grey Wolf-s; FN $35);

#11(8/1952; Redskin-c/s; Buffalo Bill-s; Grey Wolf-s; Battle of Big Rocks-s; Palais-a; 2xWildey-a; VG minus $20);

#12(10/1952; Redskin-c/s; Woman in Bondage-c; Red Raiders of Thunder Valley-s; Quanah Parker white chief of Comanches text-s; Little Bow-s; WILDEY-a; Mescalero Vengeance-s; VG minus $20);


RETURN OF THE OUTLAW (Toby Press) -#1(2/1953, Billy the Kid), 3,5, 7;


THE RIDER (Farrell Pub.) - #4(October 1957);


ROBIN HOOD's FRONTIER DAYS (Giveaway; 1956; Lawmen-s; Painted-c; VG $12)


ROUNDUP (...Western Crime Stories) (D.S. Pub.) - #1(Canadian Variant Edition.), #2(September/October 1948, Marijuana drug mention story);


SADDLE JUSTICE (EC/E.C. Comics Pub) ;#6(1949; Canadian Variant Edition by Superior Pub; Graham INGELS cover & art; Feldstein art; Lingerie panels; GGA = Good Girl Art; VG = $60);


SHERIFF BOB DIXON's CHUCK WAGON (Avon Periodicals; CBS-TV / Television comic; USA) - #1(11/1950, Scarce early TV Comic; Kinstler cover & art; Sundance Kid-s; Kinstler-c & art x 3; VG=$34);


SHERIFF OF COCHISE (Mobil giveaway) - #NN;


SILVER KID WESTERN (Key/Stanmor Pub.) - #1(October 1954), 3-5;


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STRAIGHT ARROW (1950-1956; ME - Magazine Enterprise Pub; Original INDIAN Hero of RADIO Fame; #1-40 = all PRE-CODE; #2-55=RED HAWK-s; 1-55=Fred MEAGHER-a; 2-55= Bob POWELL-a; USA Editions) -

#1 (2-3/1950; 1st app Steve Adams as Straight Arrow & his palomino horse Fury Begin; 1st mention of Secret Cave & Sundown Valley; Whitney-a; Light dust shadow at right edge of cover, still nice FN minus, 5.5 = $140);

#2 (4-5/1950; ORIGIN & 1st app RED HAWK & backup series Begins = Bob POWELL-a; G/VG $42)

#5(9/1950; Ghost of Straight Arrow-s; VG $48);

#6(2pg SIOUX text-s; Cheyenne-s; Indian Tribes at War; VG/FN $50);

#6(2pg SIOUX text-s; Cheyenne-s; Indian Tribes at War; G, Centerfold Missing, B&W photocopy replacement pages included $9);

#9(1/1951; Apache terror-s; Magic Plant-s; VG $39);

#21 (1/1952; Origin of the palimino horse FURY-c/s; VG/FN $57);

#24 (4-5/1952; Classic 8 page story "The Dragons of Doom" with violent prehistoric Pteradactyls; Buffalo Stampede-c/s; Red Hawk in Beast of the Bloody trail; VG+ = $40);

#27(11-12/1952; Four Horsemen of HATE-s; Indian Girl in Bondage panels; FN=$39; VG=$27);

#28(1-2/1953; SA vs Pedro Bombo-s; Red Hawk meets the Vikings-s; Return of the Thunderer-s; G $15);

#29(3-4/1953; VG/FN=$33; FA=$10);

#31(7-8/1953; Treasure of Pedro Bomba-s; Red Hawk vs Flying Cat-Woman Pa'aka-s; G $12);

#32(9-10/1953; Man without a Face-c/s; VG/FN $27);

#33(11-12/1953; vs Purple Mask gang-c/s; VG/FN $27);

#34(1-2/1954; Wild west star / Bucking Bronco rodeo-c/s; Madman's Empire; Demon Bear-s; VG/FN $27);

#35(3-4/1954; red Hawk vs WOMAN WARRIORS-s; VG $22);

#36(5-6/1954; Red Hawk DRUG story = POWELL-a; VG minus = $19);

#37(7-8/1954; Shaman's Curse-s; Secret of the SECRET CAVE-s; VG/FN=$27; G/VG=$16);

#38(9-10/1954; Woman in BONDAGE panels; Saga of Bent Bow, the Indian Squaw-s; Abominable Snowman-s; G/VG=$16; FA/G $9);

#39 (11-12/1954; Classic story "The Canyon Beast" = 7 page T-REX Dinosaur-s; Good+=$20);

#40 (12/1954; Classic story "Secret of the Spanish Specters" with Conquistadors' Lost Treasure; Haunted villiage-s; VG $27);

#45(5/1955; Secret Cave-c; Lorelei of the Snows-s; VG $22);

#49(9/1955; Indian Cheif & smoke Signals-c; Will Bill Hickok app; FA $7);

#50(10/1955; Lassooing Buffalo-c/s; Girl from the Desert-s; VG/FN $27);

#51(11/1955; Fangs of Justice-c/s; G $12);

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STRAIGHT ARROW (1950-1956; ME - Magazine Enterprise Pub; SUPERIOR Pub of Canada; Canadian Variant Editions) -

#4(Secret Cave-c; FA/G, Back cover is missing $12); #5(9/1950; Ghost of Straight Arrow-s; VG/FN $33);

#6(2pg SIOUX text-s; Cheyenne-s; Indian Tribes at War; VG $24);

#7(Railroad-c/s; Comanche Country-s; VG $24);

#7(Railroad-c/s; Comanche Country-s; VG, but Pen Scribbles inside & on BACK-c thus G $14);

#8(FN $39); ****** #12(Return of Black Feather-s; VG $19);

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SUPERIOR STORIES (Nesbit Pub.) - #4(November-December/1955);


SUPER WESTERN COMICS (Superior Pub.) - #1(Canadian Variant Edition.), 3,4;


SWIFT ARROW (Ajax Pub.) - #2(April-May/1954), 3, 4,5;


SWIFT ARROW'S GUNFIGHTERS (Farrell Pub.) - #4(November 1957);


THE TEXAN (St. John Pub.) - #1(Canadian Variant Edition; FA/G $13); #2(USA; 10/1948; FA/G $10); #6,7(1949, Matt Baker cover & art),9,#11(USA; Baker-c/a; G $22); #12,13,14,#15(Baker cover /story; 10/1951; FA/G $18);


THE TEXAN (St. John Pub., Canadian Variant Edition) - #1,3,5-9;


TEX FARRELL (Commended Comics, Inc.) - #1,18(September/1948),18-21,23,24;


TEX GRANGER - the Fighting Frontier Sheriff (Parents Magazine/ Commended Pub; 1948-1949) -

#18(9/1948; FIRST issue; 1st appearance of Tex Granger; Kit Carson pinup & illustrated Text-s; Hector-s; VG/FN=$36; VG=$30);

#19(11/1948; 2nd issue; General Goeorge Custer pinup & illustrated Text-s; Hector the Teenage Detective-s = Sherlock Holmes Hat cameo; VG=$25);

#20(1/1949; 3rd issue; Davy Crockett pinup & illustrated Text-s; Hector-s; Flapjack Smith-a; VG=$20);

#21(3/1949; 4th issue; Fighting Sam Houston of Texas pinup & illustrated Text-s; Hector the Teenage Detective-s; VG/FN=$24; VG=$20);

#22(5/1949; 5th issue; Wild Bill Hickok pinup & illustrated Text-s; Hector the Teenage Detective-s; VF = $49);

#23(July 1949; 6th issue; Tex Granger vs Billy the Kid-c/s; Tim Holt 1pg Bio with illo; Buffalo Bill 1pg comic & illustrated Text-s; Hector-s; 1pg Davy Crockett/Almo comic; FA/G=$8);

#24(9/1949; 7th & LAST issue; Hector-s; G=$12);



THRILLING COMICS (Standard Comics) - #75(January 1950), 76(Canadian Variant Edition.), 77(Canadian Variant Edition.),80;


TIM HOLT (ME / M.E. Pub – Magazine Enterprise; USA Editions) -
#3(11-12/1948; A-1 #19; PHOTO-c; Full Back Cover PHOTO Pinup with NO text; overall VG/FN, but with a 1" and 2" Tear at Bottom of BACK cover, with Magic Tape repairs inside, thus VG minus = $39.00);

#19(8-9/1950; 1st BOLLE line-drawn cover & begins; Bolle-a; Ghost Rider-s; Ayers-a; VG/FN = $33)
#19(8-9/1950; 1st BOLLE line-drawn cover & begins; Bolle-a; Ghost Rider-s; Ayers-a; G $15),
#33(Red Mask-c/s; Bolle-c/a; Ghost Rider-s; Ayers-a; G/VG, but with 1” x 4-1/2” Piece missing from upper right corners of first 2 pages inside, thus FA+ = $9);
#38(10-11/1953; Red Mask-c/s; Bolle-c/a; Ghost Rider-s; Return of the female Black Phantom-c/app; VG/FN $39);
#39(12/1953-1/1954; Red Mask-c/s; Bolle-c/a; Ghost Rider-s; 3 x
3-D EFFECT stories; FN+, 6.5 = $55);
#41(4-5/1954; SCARCER LAST issue; 3 x
3-D EFFECT stories; Red Mask-c/s; Bolle-c/a; Ghost Rider-s; FA/G, Back cover Missing; Centerfold missing = affects GR story; all 3 Tim Holt-s are complete = $7);




TIM HOLT (ME / M.E. Pub – Magazine Enterprise; Scarce Canadian Variant Editions) -

#20[10-11/1950; Canadian Variant Edition; Tim Holt becomes Red-Mask (origin); begin series; Red-Mask cover; Same c/s as US edition; VG/FN $29],

#20[10-11/1950; Canadian Variant Edition; Tim Holt becomes Red-Mask (origin); begin series; Red-Mask cover; Same c/s as US edition; FA $10],

#22(1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Has COVER of US Tim Holt #1; Contents of Tim Holt #1?; Satan’s Stagecoach; Spur of the Conquistadore; Sheriff of Rail’s End; FA/G $9);

#24[1951; Canadian Variant Edition; Tim Holt as Red-Mask-c/s, the cave of Skeletons; Bolle-a; Ghost Rider-s; Ayers-a;Has same cover & contents as the US #22 edition; VG=$18; G=$9);

#28(Canadian VARIANT Edition);

#32(1952; PHOTO cover; Canadian Variant Edition; has Cover & Contents of the US issue #7; Man-Killer Mustang; Golden Snare;Calico Kid; Frank Bolle-a; Ayers-a; Overall VG/FN but crease at bottom tight cover & crease at lower left back cover; plus 1/2” x 2” Hole in BACK cover, thus call it G/VG = $16);





TIM TYLER COWBOY (Standard Comics; USA Edition; Kings Features Syndicate; by Lyman Young) -

#11(November 1948; FIRST issue; G/VG $18);

#16(10/1949; USA Edition; FA/G $7); #16(10/1949; Canadian Variant Edition; VG+ $14);

#17 (6/1950; Canadian Variant Edition; FN/VF $19); #17(USA Edition; Coverless, Fair $3);



WARPATH (Key Pub.) - #2(January/1955; Hughes cover); 3(April/1955; women in bondage cover);


WESTERN ADVENTURES COMICS (Ace Magazine; USA Editions) -

#1(October 1948, Sheriff Sal = Female Sheriff begins; The Cross-Draw Kid, Sam Bass begin; the Snake of Socorro-s; Wyatt Earp & Clantons-s; G, 2 x Centerfolds missing $6),

# 2, 3 (Matt Baker cover);


WESTERN ADVENTURES COMICS (Ace Magazine - Canadian Variant Editions - Trans-Canada News Company Pub);

#1(10/1948, Sheriff Sal = Female Sheriff begins; Bud Steele, The Cross-Draw Kid, Sam Bass begin; the Snake of Socorro-s; Wyatt Earp & Clantons-s; FN $42),

#2 (3/1949; Sheriff Sal = Female Sheriff-s; Bud Steele, The Cross-Draw Kid-s; Lady pulled by Hair splash panel; King Fisher-s; FN+ $30);

#6(11950; Sheriff Sal = Female Sheriff-s; Bud Steele, The Cross-Draw Kid-s; Hollingsworth-a; VG $20);


WESTERNER, THE (Wild Bill Pecos) ('Wanted' Comics Group) - #3 (June 1954), 15(August 1948), #19(3/1949; Chief Crazy Horse, Little Big Horn & Custer; Mort Lawrence-c/a; Meskin-a; G/VG=$17); # 22(8/1949), 32-35,37-41;


WESTERN CRIME-BUSTERS (Trojan Magazines) - #4(April/1951; Zak art cover);


WESTERN FIGHTERS (Hillman Periodicals) -

Volume-1 #9(8/1949; 52 pages; overall VG minus, but coupon missing out of Back cover, thus G $14);

(Vol.1#11; October 1949; Williamson/Frazetta art),(Vol.2 #1; Krigstein art), (Vol.2 #4), (Vol.2 #7),

(Vol.2 #9), (Vol.3 #8), (Vol.4 #2), (Vol.4 #6), #NN(1950, Canadian Variant Edition.);


WESTERN FRONTIER (P.L. pub.) - #1(May/1951),3(October 1951);


WESTERN LOVE (Feature Pub.; Simon & Kirby art) Volume-1 #2(Photo-c; 52 pages); #5;


WESTERN ROUGH RIDERS (Gillmor Magazine) - #1(November 1954),3,4;


WESTERN THRILLERS (FOX / Superior Pub.; USA & Canadian editions) - # 2-5,7;


WESTERN TRUE CRIME (Fox Features Synd.) - #15(August 1948, Kamen -a; formerly Zoot #14),16(October 1948, Kamenish-a; headlight panels, voilence), 18(Canadian Variant Edition.), 4;


WHITE INDIAN (Magazine Enterprises) - #14(A-1, #117; July-September/1954);


WHITE RIDER AND SUPER HORSE (Novelty-Star Pub./Accepted Pub.) -

#4 (#1; First issue; 9/1950; says #11 inside; Star Pub; L.B. Cole cover; 2 x Bull's-Eye Bill-s; 2 x White Rider & Super Horse-s; Last of the Mohicans-s; VG minus = $35),

#5(12/1950; Star Pub; L.B. Cole cover; 2 x Bull's-Eye Bill-s; 2 x White Rider & Super Horse-s; Last of the Mohicans-s),



WILD BILL HICKOK (Superior Pub.; Canadian Variant Editions of the Avon Comics) - #1(September/October 1949; Ingels cover);2(Painted cover Kit West app.); 3,7,9,11,12;


WILD BILL HICKOK (Avon Periodical) - #1(September/October 1949; Ingels cover); 7,10,,12,15,18-20,22-25;


WILL ROGERS (Fox Features Synd.) - #2 (August 1950),5;


WITCHES WESTERN TALES (HARVEY Pub; #31up=Becomes Western Tales; SCARCE);

#29 (February/ 1955; Kirby art; Last Pre-Code; Clay Duncan & Boys Ranch; G/VG $44);

#30(April 1955; Kirby art; Clay Duncan & Boys Ranch; VG $52);


WYATT EARP (World Distributors) - #10(Great Britain Ed., Photo cover);

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