Best of the West 69

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Now with even MORE PAGES of Western comics action; a full 64-PAGE, Golden Age style collection!! This issues special Macbre Western theme leads off with The DURANGO KID in “Curse of the Bakala”, as drawn by Joe Certa and John Belfi; followed by the ultimate horror-themed Western character- The HAUNTED HORSEMAN in “The Claws of Horror”, illustrated by Dick Ayers. Then, the great John Buscema illustrates “Wild Bill Pecos Meets The Undertaker”; and The MASKED MARVEL stars in “The Bloodsucker of Banta Gulch”, delineated by Tony Tallarico. Tim Holt as REDMASK takes on “The Ghost of Fort Apache”, drawn by Frank Bolle, MONTE HALE makes “The Gravedigger’s Escape”; LASH LaRUE appears in “Case of the Supernatural, illustrated by Doug Wildey; plus a special, never-before-seen BLACK PHANTOM adventure; “Terror Town”, written by Enrico Teodorani, with art by Anthony Conversano. 8 big stories in all, reprinted from comics originally published by Magazine Enterprises, Charlton, Orbit, Fawcett and others, all reprinted in crisp, clear black & white, using state-of-the-art techniques of reproduction. Standard comic book size; 64 pages saddle-stitched, with a full-color cover a black & white interiors. Printed in 2008.


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2 thoughts on “Best of the West 69
  1. Mark Holmes

    I recently picked up the Golden Age Hero And Heroine Directory. I read about The Masked Marvel. I did a quick AC search and BINGO!
    What a weird Western hero. Another forgotten character saved from being lost to time.

  2. Mark Holmes

    Any fan of Italian spaghetti westerns would recognize the influence the movie Django had on the Black Phantom story in this issue. The team of Teodorani/ Conversano might have seen that movie once or twice in their youth.