Best of the West # 41

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It’s action and intrigue on the American Western frontier in classic reprints from the best cowboy comics of the 1940′s and ’50′s!! First, The Durango Kid takes up high-stakes gambling in “The Big Frame-Up

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It’s action and intrigue on the American Western frontier in classic reprints from the best cowboy comics of the 1940’s and ’50’s!! First, The Durango Kid takes up high-stakes gambling in “The Big Frame-Up”, with art by Joe Certa and John Belfi. Then, that lovely queen of the sagebrush frontier, Firehair, sorts out mine swindles and claim-jumpers on the Dakota plains in an untitled story drawn by the great Bob Lubbers. The original ghost rider, The Haunted Horseman, tangles with a gang of train-robbers in “The Blasts of Doom!”, with illustration by Dick Ayers; Tim Holt, as Red Mask takes a “Ride Against Death”, with art by Frank Bolle, from a Gardner F. Fox script; Bob Powell’s Bobby Benson’s B-Bar-B Riders battle the insect world, and Wild Bill Hickock faces “Tenderfoot Terror”, as drawn by Dick Giordano and Vince Alascia. Crisp, clean full-story reprints originally seen within the pages of Magazine Enterprises, Fiction House and Charlton comic books. 44 pages, black & white with color cover. Standard Best of the West size and format. Printed in 2004