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  • Lou Cameron was a groundbreaking art master in the 1950s Pre-Code comics era. With his innovative experimental layouts and frequent use of surrealism, his horror comics have been described as "Jim Steranko meets Graham Ingels." Zombies, vampires, wer...


  • The first time Ben Parker meets Johnny Angel, Ben is blowing bass with Daddy Halloway and the Hot Babies. Angel angles into the band by acing out the drummer. Parker’s got a bad feeling about Angel, but has to hire him anyway. Johnny Angel, raised ...



  • They called him the Mormon Triggerite, and bestowed upon him the honored title of sheriff. He saw himself as a servant of the Lord, called to mete out justice to all those who opposed Him.He was Orrin Porter Rockwell and he committed a hundred murder...


  • They say Judge Roy Bean's been up to some legal tomfoolery again. And it's MacKail's job to get the scoop on the infamous "hanging judge." But someone is out to stop Stringer…dead. Now it could be old Bean and some of his boys. Or maybe it's just a...


  • When miners dig up the Yana Indians' sacred burial ground, the tribe goes on the warpath. And after a couple of deputy sheriffs are found with so many arrows sticking out of them they look like porcupines, the miners grab their guns and axes. Even a ...


  • The train robbery was bad. It cost Stringer thirty dollars. But when the Wild Bunch gives MacKail a .45 caliber invite to hear their side of what a nice bunch of boys they really are, it's an offer he can't refuse. After all, they're all mothers' son...


  • The way Stringer sees it, some cuss hard-up for a laugh planted that news tip about Tombstone being flooded, because that dusty town is about as dry as they come. But Stringer sure as hell ain't laughing when his newspaper boss sends him to Arizona t...


  • He's making news with his fists, his gunand the ladies. The San Francisco Sun's freelance field stringer Stuart Stringer MacKail needs a new story to sell to pay the bills. His editor sends him back to MacKail's home town in Calaveras County for an...






  • Sheriff Commodore Perry Owens just lost his first election in seventeen years. Maybe folks in the Arizona Territory were ready for a change, and then again, maybe Stringer ought to go have a look-see. The trouble is that Perry has vanished and everyo...




  • Freelance journalist Stringer MacKail heads to the Texas town of Comanche Woe to investigate what he thinks will be a routine story, but finds that it's open season on wanted men and the bullets are flying...


  • When freight trains conquered the West, the big, dusty drives of beef on the hoof became just a colorful piece of cowboy nostalgia. So when a cattle baron called C. J. Tarington aims to punch a thousand-plus head through the unforgiving heat and sage...


  • Newspaperman Stringer MacKail gets caught between opposing sides of a coal miners' strike, with the Mine Owners' Association and the Federation of Miners equally set on putting him out of commission--permanently...


  • Gil Martin enjoys a respectful and helpful relationship with members of a Cheyenne tribe, a situation that may get him in hot water following Custer's defeat and the subsequent white backlash against all Native Americans...


  • Only Pancho Villa, king of bandits, is gutsy enough to make war on Terrazas the tyrant. And only Villa would sell tickets to one of his massacres. A curious mob settles along the Rio Grande, waiting for a bloodbath. They don't know that they've waste...




  • Everyone knows that Salton's Sink is the driest patch of greasewood in the whole damned Colorado Desert. So when a slick land syndicate promises cheap water to a pack of greenhorn settlers, Stringer is more than a mite suspicious. One booze-thirst...




  • Stringer was just doing his job when he went to hear Teddy Roosevelt speak at a railway stop in Granger, Wyoming. But Stringers job is to write about the speechnot get shot at! So suddenly a certain reporter has a powerful curiosity about who wants h...




  • This was no ordinary hot car. The Berkeley no-nuke radicals who ripped off the nuclear plant thought they were being so smart when they stashed the cobalt-60 in the radiator of their white Lancia Scorpion. First Edition Avon Paperback 78949...


  • The Indians called it Kan-Ta-Ke ("Beautiful Meadow") but to the pioneers who made their way to Kentucky over the Wilderness Road in the 1770's it was "The Dark and Bloody Ground" where American patriots still fought for their lives against redcoats a...



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    REX VANE WAS THE GOOD GUY He was a hero n the great American tradition. He was the idol of millions...the handsome, clean-cut straight-shooter devoted to justice. When he decided to become President of the U.S.A. nothing could stop him. THE GOO...