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Appearing in "Now Rides the Pale Horseman"

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  • Banshee
  • Gunhawk (Mentioned)
  • Dike Cable (Mentioned)
  • Zachary Grimm (Mentioned)
  • Mayor Hanley (Mentioned)
  • Mr. Fergus (Mentioned)

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Synopsis for "Now Rides the Pale Horseman"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Black Mask"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Black Rider #23.

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  • Perry Ormond

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  • Outlaws
    • Bascomb (Mentioned)
    • Gridley (Mentioned)
    • Slocum (Mentioned)
    • Marson (Death)
  • Drummond Gang
    • Luke Drummond

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Synopsis for "Black Mask"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Black Rider #23.

The Black Rider is after the remnants of an outlaw gang, chasing them into a ghost town, there the outlaws ambush the Black Rider. The Black Rider pretends to get shot and plays possum, tricking the outlaws into coming close enough for him to shoot at them. He guns them all down except for one man named Ormond who has been uneasy about the entire conflict. Cornering Ormond the Black Rider easily subdues him and chastises him for being an outlaw when his son grows up without a father in Leadville. He shames Ormond and tells him to man up and go back home and raise his son properly, but the disgraced Ormond leaves -- the Black Rider calling him a coward.

Riding back to Leadville, the Black Rider stops by the nearby school house just as class lets out for the day. He witnesses the school kids picking on Juddy Ormond for not having a father. The Black Rider interrupts the bullying to tell Juddy that he crossed paths with his father in Silver City, claiming that his father just took out a gang of outlaws and promised to come home and bring Juddy his own horse. Talking to Juddy in private, the Black Rider asks the boy to write a letter to his father that he promises he will bring to him. The boy writes about how much he misses and loves his father and gives it to the hero.

The Black Rider then tracks down Ormond to a run down rooming house in another town and forces him to read the letter written by his son. Ormond is even more ashamed than ever and can't bring himself to face his son due to his criminal past and that he agreed to pull a stage coach robbery with an outlaw named Drummond. The Black Rider tells him that if he doesn't return home to his son it will kill the boy for sure. Later that night during the coach robbery, Ormond has a change of heart and when the Black Rider arrives the pair wipe out the gang.

Later, the Black Rider helps Ormond obtain a pony which he brings to his son and the two are happily reunited, Ormond promising to turn over a new leaf.

Appearing in "Outlawed"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wyatt Earp #13.

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  • Judge Bean
  • Justice

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  • Brad

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  • White Lighting
  • Red Ace

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Synopsis for "Outlawed"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wyatt Earp #13.



Appearing in "The Badge of the Deputy"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Frontier Western #1.

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  • Joe Blake
  • Luke

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Synopsis for "The Badge of the Deputy"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Frontier Western #1.



Appearing in "The Trail of the Coyote!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Apache Kid #6.

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  • Langley

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  • Sheriff
  • Doc

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  • Twin Rivers

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Synopsis for "The Trail of the Coyote!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Apache Kid #6.

In the town of Twin Rivers a local named Langley rides into town wounded by a gunshot wound. He tells those who come to his aid that he was shot by the Apache Kid. Listening in is Aloysius Kare who is shocked to hear this accusation placed upon his alter-ego. As Langley is being patched up, he tells the sheriff that the Kid robbed him of five thousand dollars. The sheriff decides to look into the claims and gathers a posse to go hunting for the Apache Kid. When Aloyisus Kare is asked to join the posse, he declines.

Slipping out of town Kare changes into his Apache Kid identity to investigate who is framing him for a crime he did not commit and clear his own name. Apache Kid is soon spotted by the posse but he manages to shake them. hiding in the woods, Apache Kid spots Langley riding out of town and jumps him easily. Apache Kid accuses Langley for framing him over the theft. Langley admits the crime and tries to kill Apache Kid in order to keep the truth from coming out. However, before Langely can stab Apache Kid with his knife, it is shot out of his hand. Langley is surprised to find the sheriff and his posse have overheard the entire confession. They soon round up Langley and the sheriff apologizes to Apache Kid for hounding him for a crime he didn't commit.

Appearing in "Western Kid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #5.

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  • Lana Turner
  • Cal Wayne

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Synopsis for "Western Kid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #5.

Tex Dawson and his animal friends come across a range war going on between Bud Wayne and Jake Turner, disputing over the border between their land. Tex tries to stop the shooting. However he is forced to come to the aid of Lana Turner, Jake's daughter when she runs out into the middle of the gun battle to try and stop it. When Tex takes Lana to Bud Wayne, Bud decides to take her hostage in order to force Jake and his men to stand down. Not liking this, the Western Kid flees with Lana and takes her to safety.

There, Tex stops a failed attempt to jump him by Cal Wayne, Bud's son. He learns that both Cal and Lana are in love with each other. Realizing that this is a solution to the land problem, Tex convinces Cal and Lana to agree to marry each other. He sends Cal and Lana up to the ongoing battle. When Bud sees his son with Lana he orders his men to stand down and Tex goes crashing into the Turner home and subdues the shooters inside and forces them to look out the window.

Thinking this is some kind of trick, Bud attempts to start shooting again but is subdued by Lightning. Both Bud and Jake are then forced to go outside and observe how their children are in love with each other. Realizing the errors of their ways, the Waynes and Turners make a truce, and agree to allow Cal and Lana to marry, unifying their families and ending the land dispute.

Appearing in "The Sky Pilot"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #12.

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  • Ben Smith

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  • Hank Watts

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  • Sheriff Simms (Mentioned) (Deceased)
  • Mrs. Wilkins

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  • Eagle Pass

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Synopsis for "The Sky Pilot"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #12.

Western Tale.

Appearing in "The Gunfighter!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Frontier Western #1.

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  • Colt Brady

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  • Lem

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Synopsis for "The Gunfighter!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Frontier Western #1.



Appearing in "Triple Cross!"

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  • Baron Bardo's Men
    • Cory
  • Baron Bardo (Death)

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  • Black
  • Angelita Santiago (Mentioned)
  • Deputy
  • Sheriff
  • Judge Murdock

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Synopsis for "Triple Cross!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

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