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Two Gun Western (1950-52) comic books

  • Issue #5
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 5

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    Cover by John Buscema. "Massacre At Fort Madison!", art by John Buscema; An Apache war party converges on a wagon train of white settlers and begins slaughtering them; Among the travelers are Alan Krandal, Bill Gregory and Bill's sister Mary; Alan's mother protects the children while they escape and she is killed by the Apaches; Getting clear of the carnage, Alan realizes that he has a twisted ankle and tells Bill and Mary to flee while he keeps the Apaches at bay; With no choice, the Gregorys leave their friend behind. "He Was Branded Yellow!", art by Syd Shores. "Dead Ending" text story. "The Renegade!", art by John Buscema. "Boomerang!". 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 6
    • Paper: Light tan to off white
    • Label #1992542004

    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Man Who Made the Law!", art by Joe Maneely; Roving cowboy Aloysius Kare is riding through the town of Green River when he is stopped and ordered to pay a $10 toll, learning that the town is run by a man named Silas Crag who implemented the toll; Not wishing to pay the toll, Kare shoots the guns out of the toll guards hands and speeds by; Entering the outskirts of Green River, he witnesses a family being forced off their ranch by the sheriff's deputy who is in league with Crag; Kare then changes into his alter-ego the Apache Kid and attacks the sheriff and his men, sending them all fleeing. "The Deadly Double-Cross." "When the Odds Are Even" text story. "The Bully." "The Outcast!", art by Chuck Miller. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 7
    • 1.5" Cumulative spine split. Centerfold detached

    The Apache Kid stars in "The Human Sacrifice" (art by Joe Maneely), "Blast Corbett, Outlaw"; "Wanted"; and "The Secret Mine" (art by Mike Esposito). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 8

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    Cover by Chuck Miller. "Red Man's Blood," art by Werner Roth; While hanging out in the Silver Bar Saloon, Aloysius Kare refuses to accept a drink from Angus Dobbs of the New York Land Company; The belligerent easterner gets on Kare's nerves; he does finally accept the drink but throws it in Hobbs face; Hobbs then tries to start a fight with Aloysius, but the lights suddenly go out and a gun goes off; When the lights turn back on, Hobbs is dead; The bartender then accuses Kare for killing Hobbs, and when Kare denies it he is shocked when the bartender pulls out the gun out of Kare's holster and shows that the gun was recently fired. "Dead Man's Rendezvous" starring Texas Kid. "Showdown In the Woods" text story. "Doc Holliday, the Killer Who Searched For Death," pencils by Les Zarakin, inks by John Romita. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 9
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Cover by Chuck Miller. "The Vengeance of the Apache Kid," art by Werner Roth; When a band of Coyotes attack a stage coach, it is rescued by the Apache Kid who sends the renegade band of Native Americans fleeing; When the coach arrives at Fort Madison, it passenger Anthony Nichols - a businessman setting up a gold prospecting company - tells off Captain Bill Gregory for not doing anything about the attackers; Gregory is shocked when Nichols names an Apache Kid as one of his attackers. "The Gun That Ruled the West" text story. "Judgment Day," art by Pete Tumlinson. "Blood Will Tell." "Smokey Showdown" starring Texas Kid, art by Joe Maneely. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 10
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.07) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    "War Drums in the Badlands!"; Across the range, drums of war are played to call together the various Native American tribes in the region; A warrior named Cunning Fox meets with Red Hawk of the Apaches and informs him that Bald Eagle, the father of all the Native Peoples, has called his brothers to arms to go on the warpath and force the white man off their lands; He explains to Red Hawk that since his people have been allies of the white men that they will be crushed if they do not side with Bald Eagle; Apache Kid attempts to talk them out of going to war, saying that both the white settlers and the Native Americans must learn to live in peace. "Colt-Wise Hellion" text story. "The Accused" starring Kid Colt. "The Man Who Killed Again." "Blind Justice" starring the Texas Kid. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 11

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Silver Spurs"; While riding along the Mexican side of the Rio Grande, Kid Colt spots a gang of five men on horseback chasing after a lone rider and decides to come to the man's aid. "The Apache Kid's Last Stand!"; In the town of Madison, Aloysius Kare and gambling house owner Kit Faraday watch as some men from back east ride into town; Kare muses that these men could provide good business for Kit's gambling house. "Bushwacker" text story. "Dead Man's Boots!" "The Man with the Bullet-Hole Stetson"; Lance Temple rides his buck wagon into Caliber City and sees that the town is in pandemonium; The sheriff tells Lance to tie up his horses and take cover as the Calendar Gang is riding into town. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 12
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Sands of the Mesabi"; Kid Colt is watching the sorting pen in the San Joachim Valley; He notices that one man Jack Shellfire is rather rough with his cattle, and that they have mixed brands. "Guns of the Claim-Jumpers" text story. "The Apache Kid's Surrender!"; Red Hawk falls ill and is under the care of the tribal medicine man; Red Hawk calls to his son the Apache Kid to be with him at his time of need; the medicine man calls to the gods for their advice. "Silent Guns!" "Killers' Holiday"; At the Deer Lodge prison, some prisoners have weapons smuggled in and use them to stage a break; The escaped outlaws were all put into the prison by the Texas Kid, and their leader is determined to get revenge. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 13
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Thunder Guns"; On the trail of Walleye Williamson, Kid Colt follows them into Massacre Gulch, a haven for outlaws. "Across the Street" text story. "Doomsday Gang!" starring Black Rider, script by Robert Bernstein, art by Jay Scott Pike; A stage coach is passing through Arizona territory in the midst of a string of coach robberies in the area carried out by the Doomsday Gang. "The Long Gun!" "Spurs West!"; A group of Caguya Native Americans attack a caravan of wagons; The attack is interrupted by the arriving Apache Kid, who tells them to hold off their attack or disrupt the peace treaty they recently signed with the white men in the area. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Two Gun Western (1950-52) 14

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    "Judgement Day," art by Pete Tumlinson; Charlie Stark is brought to court and is innocent of his crimes; however, judge Ahab Ravage does not believe it but is forced to let him go due to the jury's verdict of his innocence. "The Valley of the Spirits," art by Tom Gill; Chief Red Hawk brings the Apache Kid to the Apache burial ground located in the heart of the Rugged Eagle Mountains, the secret place where their bravest warriors have been buried; Red Hawk tells the Kid that a lot of Apache treasure is buried there. "No-Gun Cowboy" text story. "Cave of Death." "The Mountain of Doom!", script by Robert Bernstein, art by Jay Scott Pike; The American southwest is rocked by an earthquake; the local Apaches believe that this has been caused by the gods; renegade Wreck Lasker watches as his coach filled with weapons and ammunition is knocked off a cliff; Lasker goes looking for his supplies and runs into some Apache warriors. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.