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Star Western (2000) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Star Western (2000) 1
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Classic Westren reprints. Jingles and Wild Bill Hickok in "Last Stage to Cheyenne". Tom Mix and the Son of Tony. Lash Larue and "The Killers in the Hills." Tex Ritter in "Wanted: Dead or Alive!" Rocky Lane "Death Rides the Rails" Pistol Packing Pattie - Has a Block Party. Sunset Carson. How to do Indian Sign Language. Golden Arrow in "Death Meets the Scavengers." Western Wonders. Wild Bill Hickok's "Dead Man's Hand" Jimmy (James) Stewart film list. Jimmy Stewart photo cover. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #2
    Star Western (2000) 2
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Hollywood legend John Wayne, star of more than 100 Westerns. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Joe Gill and others. Art by Carl Pfeufer, Charles Nicholas, Sal Trapani, Vince Alascia, Pete Morisi, Bill Molno, Jack Sparling, Clint Harmon, Jose Delbo, Robert Pious and Rocke Mastroserio. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s, many based on classic Western movie stars of the past. Tom Mix tries to help an ex-outlaw whose past catches up with him; A biography of John Wayne and a list of ten of his best movies; Rocky Lane encounters a mountain lion, and only his horse Black Jack can save him. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Cowboy Western and Texas Rangers in Action. Tom Mix: Blackmail!; Wyatt Earp: Gun-Crazy Marshal; Annie Oakley: Queen of Alkali Flats; Jingles and Wild Bill Hickok: Carnival of Fear; Lash LaRue: The Banker's Special; Wild Bill Hickok: Hide-Out Guns; John Wayne; No Target for the Killer's Guns; Lost & Found; Was It Jesse James Who Bob Ford Shot?; The Day Billy the Kid Died!; Jingles and Wild Bill Hickok: The Right Medicine; The Ghost of Golden Arrow; Rocky Lane: The Stalking Terror! 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #3
    Star Western (2000) 3
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, star of A Fistful of Dollars, Unforgiven and other classic Westerns. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Clint Harmon and others. Art by Steve Ditko, Charles Nicholas, Sam Glanzman, Vince Alascia, W. A. Szantay, Clint Harmon, and Rocke Mastroserio. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s, many based on classic Western movie stars of the past. An old-timer tells Tex Ritter about the early days of the West; A biography of Clint Eastwood and a list of ten of his best movies; Bandit Blackjack Randall offers a $10,000 reward to kill lawman Sunset Carson. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Cowboy Western and Texas Rangers in Action, and art by Marvel legend Steve Ditko. Lash Larue: King of the Camp; Black Jack; Annie Oakley: When a Dude Aint a Dude; Denver Mudd and Bushey Barns: Soup's On; The Joker; Tex Ritter: Riding the Range with Tex Ritter; Clint Eastwood; Sunset Carson; Jingles and Wild Bill Hickok: The Fanciest Boots in Town; Wyatt Earp: The Younger Brothers; Ticket to Boot Hill; Jingles and Wild Bill Hickok: Election of a Badman; Tex Ritter: Vengeance Trail. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #4
    Star Western (2000) 4
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Clayton Moore, famed as TVs Lone Ranger. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Richard Hughes and Joe Gill. Art by Pete Morisi, Vince Colletta, Miguel A. Repetto, Howard Larsen, and Leonard Starr. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in ACG and Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s, many based on classic Western movie stars of the past. Two adventures of Charlton heroes Gunmaster and Bullet the Gun Boy; A brief biography of Clayton Moore and the moral code known as The Lone Ranger Creed; Three adventures of Lone Ranger-like ACG hero The Hooded Horseman. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Cowboy Western and Texas Rangers in Action. Masked Raider: 3 Got Away; Gunmaster and Bullet the Gun Boy: Crossbow War; The Masterpiece; The War Criminal of Abilene; Clayton Moore, America's First TV Action Hero; Famous Western Lawmen: Sheriff Pat Sughrue; The Lone Ranger Creed; The Hooded Horseman. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #5
    Star Western (2000) 5
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Jay Silverheels, famed as Tonto on TVs Lone Ranger. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Richard Hughes and Joe Gill. Art by John Severin, Tony Tallarico, Fred Himes, Sanho Kim, Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, and Ed Moritz. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in ACG and Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s. Three adventures of Charlton hero Cheyenne Kid; Brief biographies of Native American actor Jay Silverheels and Lakota Sioux leader Crazy Horse; Apache Red tries to prevent a skirmish between the Apaches and the U.S. Cavalry. Featuring reprints from Charltons Cheyenne Kid and Outlaws of the West and ACGs Hooded Horseman. Cheyenne Kid: The Weakling, Big Ear's War, Red Cloud's Revenge; Apache Red: Duel at Massacre Rock, Apache Red and the Congressman; The Great Commander Crazy Horse; Injun Jones; Jay Silverheels, Our Good Friend Tonto; Notorious Western Outlaws: Dutch Henry. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #6
    Star Western (2000) 6
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Fess Parker, who played both Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone on TV. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Rob Brown and others. Art by Bill Molno, Sal Trapani, Dick Giordano, Maurice Whitman and Stan Campbell. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in ACG and Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s. Four adventures of frontiersman Davy Crockett; A biography and filmography of Fess Parker, whose portrayal of Davy Crockett started the 1950s coonskin-cap craze; Six adventures of frontiersman Daniel Boone. Featuring reprints from Charltons Davy Crockett, Wild Frontier and Frontier Scout, Dan'l Boone. Davy Crockett: Swamp Ghost, The Trail of the Black Fox, Captive, Tale of a Giant; Daniel Boone: The War Belt, Dangerous River, Danger on Wilderness Road, Stockade Intrigue, The Rifled Cache, Winter Famine; My Best Friend Wore Buckskin. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #7
    Star Western (2000) 7
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo shows Lee Powell and Victor Daniels, stars of the 1938 Lone Ranger serial. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Richard Hughes and Joe Gill. Art by Pete Morisi, Jack Keller, Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, Al Williamson, Rocke Mastroserio, Sal Trapani, John Severin and Bill Molno. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in ACG and Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s. The Sheriff of Tombstone, Luke Spade, encounters a rogue wolf that leads him to rustlers; A profile of the very first Lone Ranger movie, a 1938 Republic serial; Two adventures of Charlton hero Kid Montana. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Cowboy Western and Kid Montana, and art by EC legends Al Williamson and John Severin. Sheriff of Tombstone: The Sheriff's Vacation; Annie Oakley: Gunpowder & Paint; Tyrant Guns; Wild Bill Hickok: Badman's Return; Behind a Gun; Kid Montana: Get the Kid, Jaws of Death; The Saga of the First Lone Ranger; Cheyenne Kid: A Short Injun War; Masked Raider: A Hard Way; Wild Bill Hickok and Jingles: Thief's Deputy; Lash LaRue: Blind Spot. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #8
    Star Western (2000) 8
    Published 2000 by ACG.

    Cover photo is James Arness, famous as Marshall Matt Dillon from TVs Gunsmoke. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Joe Gill and others. Art by Pete Morisi, Jack Keller, Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, Sal Trapani, John Severin, Miguel A. Repetto and Bill Molno. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s. Adventures of the Charlton heroes Cheyenne Kid and Kid Montana; A profile of actor James Arness, who played classic sci-fi monster The Thing as well as Marshall Dillon; The Man Called Loco tries to defuse racial tensions on the frontier. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Texas Rangers in Action and Kid Montana. Tarnished Badge; Maverick Marshal; Annie Oakley: Darlin' Annie; Wild Bill Hickok: End of a Badman; Texas Rangers in Action; Kid Montana: The Reign of Midas Mack; The Saga of the First Lone Ranger; Cheyenne Kid: The Rookie; Masked Raider: Flame Canyon; The Man Called Loco. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Issue #9
    Star Western (2000) 9
    Published 2000 by ACG.
  • Issue #10
    Star Western (2000) 10
    Published Dec 2002 by ACG.

    Cover photo is Chuck Connors, famous as the hero from TVs The Rifleman. Edited by Roger Broughton. Stories by Joe Gill and others. Art by Jack Keller, Charles Nicholas, Vince Alascia, Sal Trapani, and John Severin. ACG Comics reprints classic Western stories that originally appeared in Charlton comics in the 1950s and 1960s. Part-time lawman Al Dudley stands up to a powerful ranch owner who thinks he's above the law; Sharpshooter Annie Oakley gets engaged; Sag Wheeler gets into trouble with the law for trying to nab a horse-thief by himself. Featuring reprints from Charltons Six-Gun Heroes, Outlaws of the West and various others. Tumbleweed Fort; Smash the Nesters; Annie Oakley Gets Engaged!; Wild Bill Hickok: Unseen Duel; Captain Doom; A Western Hero; Red Fogarty's Friends; Cheyenne Kid: No Sanctuary; Sheriff of Tombstone; The Calico Kid's Last Job; Wyatt Earp: The Gift Horse; Saga of a Bad Man. 64 pages, B&W. Cover price $5.95.