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Western Picture Stories (1937) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Western Picture Stories (1937) 1

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    Cover art by Bill Allison. "Treachery on the Trail," script and art by H. Mulheim; A white renegade plots trouble. "Windy Parks' Kettle of Gold," script and art by Victor Dowling; An old-timer spins a yarn that's too good to be true. "Weapons of the West" text story, script and art by Bill Allison. "Guns of Revenge," script and art by Arthur Pinajian; The "Phantom of the Hills" talks with six-guns. "Blood and Iron," script by H. David, art by W. M. Allison; Lanky, a railroad scout, knew how to deal with a bad man. Centerfold drawn for Western Picture Stories, pencils by W. M. Allison, inks by Rodney Thompson. "Top Hand," script and art by Will Eisner; Blood flows when a "sheep" man meets a "cattle" man. "A Killer's Conscience" text story, script and art by Tom McNamara (as G. G. Lewis). "Famous Frontiersmen" article by Ray Burley; Buffalo Bill Cody bio with illustrations by Burley. "The Lucifer Trail," script and art by Milt Wilcox; Western justice shoots first and talks later. "Tracks in the Snow," script and art by H. L. Hastings; In the Northwest the poacher doesn't stand a chance. "Punchers" illustration by Bill Allison. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Western Picture Stories (1937) 2
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($16.95) will be charged at checkout.
    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Spine of cover split & re-attached with tape. Cover detached. Tape on interior cover & interior.
    • Label #1560388006
  • Issue #3
    Western Picture Stories (1937) 3

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  • Issue #4
    Western Picture Stories (1937) 4

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    Cover art by Joseph E. Buresch. "The Caveman Cowboy," script and art by Joseph E. Buresch; A city girl comes to town looking for a tough guy to romance, and sets her sights on Buck Bush. "Chinese Cowboy," script and art by Ray Burley; Chinese cook Sung Li visits a bar with some money to spend, and is preyed upon by bad men; He is saved by a local rancher, who gives him a job. "Weapons Of The West" article by William M. Allison; Text with spot illustrations discussing the pistols and knives of the Old West, and questioning the lore of the marksmanship of the heroes of legend. "Tumbleweeds," script by Ross Martin, art by William M. Allison; Dan Ryder and his horse Rex come to town just in time to help a cattleman who was bushwhacked by rustlers, and stays on help the Cattleman and thwart the bad guys. "Lobo-Dog," script and art by Howard L. Hastings; Cattleman Tom Morgan is bushwhacked by local Sheepmen for driving their sheep off of Tom's land; Tom's dog, Pard, brings help to Tom, then goes on a mission of revenge while Tom convalesces. Dry Gulched centerforld illustration by Rodney Thomson. "The Outlaw's In-Law or 10,000 Bucks Ain't To Be Sneezed At," script and art by Tom Mc Namara (as G. G. Lewis); The story of how notorious cattle-rustler Pedro the Scorpion is brought down by those he brutalized. Untitled story, script and art by George A. Beaty; Sourkrout Bill, Spareribs, and Charleyhoss encounter the hostile Poopoo Indians while prospecting for gold. "Wyatt Earp," script and art by Ray Burley; The life story of the famous law man. "Windy Parks Meets Billy The Kid," script and art by Victor J. Dowling; Windy tells the tale of when he crossed paths with the infamous bad man, and taught him a thing or two about shooting. "Red's Newfangled Bronc," script and art by Martin Filchock and George Filchock; Red has a date with the school teacher, but is broke; He finds out he won a raffle for an automobile, but hasn't the foggiest idea what to do with it until the sheriff informs him that some notorious robbers are making a get-away, and that there is a reward on their heads. 68 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.