THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!!Commemorating the 100Th birthday of the greatest movie cowboy of them all and the comic book history of the matinee Western movie stars! Within a breathtaking color photo cover of ROY ROGERS himself, you’ll find a bonanza of great vintage cowboy comic book story reprints, including TWO ROY ROGERS epics- “Ghost Town Payoff,” drawn by John Buscerma, “Sign of the Burning Rock” by Alex Toth, and “Man Trap” by Buscema. Then, it’s JIMMY WAKELY in “The Ballad Of Boulder Bluff” by Toth; DURANGO KID in “Son of the Sheriff” by Joe Certa and John Belfi, MONTE HALE in “Guns Against The Gold Train,” with art by Ed Good, GENE AUTRY in “Tobacco Juice,” WILD BILL ELLIOT in “Hidden Bullets” and Tom Mix in “Suspected,” drawn by Carl Pfeufer. Then, it’s twenty pages of great photos and movie stills celebrating ROY and DALE EVAN’s film and TV career, featuring all of their favorite supporting players along with them. The remaining 112 pages is a reprise of the 1997 book “Roy Rogers and the SiIver Screen Cowboys,” written by comic book historian Bill Black, and out of print for many years. THE most comprehensive history of Western movie heroes in the comic books that has ever been published, listing a capsule history and art sample on EVERY movie cowboy that EVER appeared in a comic book, PLUS seven superb full-story reprints from the heyday of the comic book Western, including ROY ROGERS in “Red Ledge Gold”, with art by John Buscema; DALE EVANS in “Ghost Town Gold”, with art by Russ Manning; REX ALLEN in “Friend or Foe”, illustrated by Alex Toth, LASH LaRUE in “The Woman In Black” (art by Doug Wildey); ROCKY LANE in “The Crippler”, illustrated by Dick Giordano and Vince Alascia; Rocky Lane’s horse, BLACKJACK in “Trail Pard,” with art by Steve Ditko, and John Wayne in “The Weeping Walloper”, drawn by Al Willamson and Frank Frazetta. 210 pages of Western comics history in all, standard comic book size, color covers with black and white interiors. Perfectbound trade-paperback format. Released in 2011.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOW SOLD OUT AND COMPLETELY UNAVAILABLE!!Roy Rogers Black And White Photo Button Set #9 A set of three sharp, good old days style black and white photo buttons, one each featuring: a portrait of a smiling Roy Rogers, A portrait of a smiling Pat Brady, and a portrait of a smiling Andy Devine. These particular button images are in short supply, so we don’t have many of these sets left. Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years. Act fast, while supplies last. This three-button black and white set sells for $10.00. Fully licensed and authorized.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! Two-Button Roy Rogers Color Photo Button Set #8 A collector’s bargain set- two bright, colorful Roy Rogers photo buttons ( with small yellow and black Roy Rogers logos) for only $5.00 Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years.Fully licensed and approved.
THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE.Roy Rogers Color Cartoon Button Giant Set #7 Here’s a wonderful GIANT set of Roy Rogers family cartoon buttons! With this offer, you get one each of all the line-drawn color buttons in sets 4, 5 and 6; that’s a Dale Evans portrait, Trigger portrait, small head shot of Roy on a Roy Rogers logo, Roy portrait, Buttermilk, Dale on Dale Evans logo,Roy on Trigger, Bullet and Pat Brady- PLUS one more cartoon button, unavailable in any other set- Pat Brady’s jeep, Nellybelle! That’s ALL of the Roy-related cartoon buttons, for LESS than the cost of the three sets combined- PLUS one more button FREE!! Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!!Three more nostalgically beautiful line-drawn cartoon buttons, in full color. One each featuring Roy on Trigger, with a small Roy Rogers logo, Roy’s faithful dog, Bullet, and Roy Roger’s pal Pat Brady.Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years. A nice addition to any cache of Roy Rogers memorabilia. Fully licensed and approved.
THIS PRODUCT IS NOW SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE! A trio of colorful line-drawn, cartoon-type buttons in a set, one each featuring: a portrait of Roy Rogers, a portrait of Dale’s horse, Buttermilk, and a head shot of Dale on a big Dale Evans logo.Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years. A nice addition to any cache of Roy Rogers memorabilia. Fully licensed and approved.
THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE! A set of three fun, bright, line-drawn cartoon-style buttons, one each featuring: a portrait of Dale Evans, a portrait of Roy’s horse, Trigger, and a head shot of Roy on a big Roy Rogers logo. Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years. A nice addition to any cache of Roy Rogers memorabilia. Fully licensed and approved.
THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE! A set of three crisp color photo buttons of everyone’s favorite cowboy, Roy Rogers. One shot each of: Roy smiling, Roy with gun drawn, and Roy with Trigger. Each image is plastic coated and affixes to an all-metal, 21/2″ pinback button. Fun to collect and wear, made to last years. A nice addition to any cache of Roy Rogers memorabilia. Fully licensed and approved.
A beautiful, near-perfect recreation of one of the most colorful lobby title cards, from a great Roy Rogers film- “Song Of Arizona”. Painstakingly retouched and computer enhanced, this wonderful collector piece is lithoprinted on heavy stock, suitable for framing. Each lobby card repro is shipped polybagged on a corrugated backing board, and like all AC Roy Rogers products, is fully licensed by the Rogers family. Priced at $9.95, it’s a bargain. 11″ X 14″ size.
Yet another bright, striking and colorful, all-but-flawless reproduction of a beloved Roy Rogers film, “Nighttime In Nevada”. All the care and craftsmanship available went into making this recreation as good as the original. Also lithoprinted on heavy stock, shipped polybagged on a heavy corrugated backing board.As with all AC Roy Rogers collectibles, it is officially approved and licensed. Yours for only $9.95- a steal. 11″ X 14″ size.
A set of FOUR great black and white Roy Rogers photo prints! Three are lobby title card reproductios- one each from “My Pal Trigger”, “Springtime In The Sierras”, and “Bells Of San Angelo” ; plus a beautiful portrait of Roy himself. All three are crisp, clear photo reproductions on glossy stock, 11″ X 14″ size. Each set of four comes polybagged with a title sheet. Sold as a set only, ALL FOUR for one low price of $9.95. One set is enough to decorate an entire wall. A great gift for a fan of the classic Westerns Fully authorized and licensed by the Rogers family.
NOTE: OUR ONLY REMAINING COPY HAS A SLIGHTLY SCUFFED COVER, SO THIS BOOK IS LESS THAN PERFECT.This is the hard-to-find, last issue of Roy’s initial AC Comics Western Classics series. Great Dell Comics reprints from the Golden Age of the Western Comic Book, the 1950’s, include Roy in “Strange Tracks”, as drawn by John Buscema, and Dale Evans in “The Slicker”, with art by Russ Manning. Also appearing is Gabby Hayes, from his Fawcett Comics series, in “Bucking Wheels of Glory,” as drawn by Leonard Frank. Plus, photos of Roy and family, a centerspread reproduction of the lobby card from “Rainbow Over Texas”, and an illustrated article on the artwork in the RR comic books of the ’50’s, by comic historian Bill Black. 36 pages, black and white with color photo cover. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1992.
AC Comics first Roy Rogers comic book series, Roy Rogers Western Classics, was produced back in 1990. Of the five that were done, only copies of issue #4 remain in stock; all others are now a complete sellout and unavailable. This issue features the color comic book adventures of Roy ( in “Bald Lightning”, drawn by John Buscema ) and Dale Evans ( in “The Surprise”, drawn by Russ Manning ) as reprinted from there classic Dell Comics series of the 1950’s’ plus many articles like “Collecting Roy Rogers-The Children’s Record Series”; “The Republic Pictures Story”, “Twilight In The Sierras”, Dusty Rogers boyhood memories, photos and poster reproductions. Supplies are limited, and this product might sell out without further notice, so order soon. Color photo cover, interiors are color and black and white with graytones. 52 pages, standard comic book format. Printed in 1991. Fully licensed and authorized.
Great color photo cover of Roy, plus lots more photos and articles inside. Of course, there are plenty of comic story reprints, straight from the great Dell Comic Roy editions of the 1950’s, ALL in FULL COLOR!! Extra-long comic feature “The Cloaked Rider”, drawn by John Buscems; Dale Evans in “The Guilty Man”, by Russ Manning, and “My Pal Trigger”. Coverage of the Roy Rogers radio show, lobby card repros, and more. Standard comic book size, 48 pages, saddle-stitched; in COLOR & black and white. Printed in 1990
THIS BOOK IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVIALBLE AT ANY PRICE!! A stunning photo cover of Roy in the saddle wraps this classic, COLOR & black and white collection of vintage Roy Rogers comic book reprints from the original Dell Comics series. Thrill to “Trail of the Bushwacker”and “The Thundering Flood”, (starring Roy himself) and Trigger in “strange Companions”; all three drawn by John Buscema. Then, it’s Dale Evans in “The Friendly Cowpoke”, illustrated by Russ Manning; and Gabby Hayes in “The Prairie Clipper”, drawn by Jack Binder. Plus more photos, text and lobby card reproductions. Standard comic book size, saddle-stitched; 48 pages, in black & white and COLOR. Printed in 1990.
The one that started it all! This big, 44 page book brought Roy Rogers back to the comic book page at AC Comics, and has been sold out and unavailable for some years. It features two great RR action features reprinted from Roy’s original Dell Comics series from the 1950’s, “Tornado Weather” and “Snow On The Warfield Trail”- both illustrated by John Buscema, and both in FULL COLOR!! Also, Dale Evans, Queen of the West in “The Voice of the Eagle”, drawn by Russ Manning, and Gabby Hayes and “The Singing Gunmen”, by Leonard Frank. Color photos of Roy adorn the covers and a photo article on The King of The Cowboys, circa 1989 rounds out the contents. 44 pages, color photo cover with color and black and white interiors. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! A Roy Rogers coloring book, but unlike any you have ever seen! It’s designed so that it’s full-page black and white illustrations (definitely suitable for coloring by budding artists or old pros) tell a story. And what a story!! Roy, Dale and ALL of the familiar supporting characters from all of Roy’s movie and T.V. series are here-Pat Brady, Trigger, Gabby Hayes, Dusty, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Bullet, Smiley Burnette, Splinters McGonigle and more team up to stop a gang of bank robbers. Never before have ALL the Roy players appeared in any one story together !! It’s like the greatest Roy movie that never was!! And this is NOT a vintage reprint, but all new artwork created by contemporary artists (and Roy fans supreme) Wild Bill Black, Brad (Spawn)Gorby and John(Star Wars)Nadeau, from a story by Bill and Rebekah Black. Plus, eight pages of top-flight photo stills from Roy’s best movies. Color photo front and back covers, interiors are black and white. 81/2″ X 11″ magazine size, 48 pages. Originally printed in 1990, second printing in 1994. Fully licensed and authorized.
Another fun installment of Roy Rogers magic!! Great Roy comic adventures abound, with “Masquerade” by that master of the graphic arts, Alex Toth- including some memories on the challenges of working on the series from Alex himself! Then, ride the range with Roy and Pat Brady in “Cloudburst Gold”, as rendered by John Buscema, Dale Evans in “Strangers in Rocky River” by Russ Manning, and Gabby Hayes in “The Unlucky Horseshoes” by artist Leonard Frank. Articles include “Trigger! The Smartest Horse In The Movies”, and “North Of The Great Divide with Roy Rogers”by Bill Black. Sensational photos abound, like Roy on a motorcycle, Roy and Dale on the set, circa 1951, and Roy with Foy Willing and The Riders Of The Purple Sage, and lots more. They don’t make ’em like Roy anymore, and you won’t find books like this series anywhere else, either. Color photo front cover, black and white back and inside covers, interiors are black and white with graytones throughout. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1999 Fully licensed and authorized.
THIS BOOK IS SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! More great Roy Rogers memories!! Roy Rogers rides again, better than ever in this superb nostalgic package. More wonderful comics adventures reprinted from the original Dell Comics series, including “Riding The Danger Trail” and “Roy Ropes A Partner”, both by the best Roy artist ever, John Buscema. Then, see Queen Of The West , Dale Evans in action in “The Turquoise Belt”, drawn by Russ Manning; and everybodies favorite comical sidekick, Gabby Hayes in “Shooting At Santa”, illustrated by Leonard Frank from his Fawcett Comics series. Text features include “Royal Family-Western Style”- a vintage look at domestic life for the Rogers; “Roy Rogers, King Of The Cowboys”- a history of Roy’s career as told by rodeo writer Al Rackin And Cowboy Heaven remembrances of Eddie Dean and Kirk Alyn. With more photos than ever throughout, if you”re a Roy Rogers fan, you can’t miss this book. Color photo front cover, black and white back and inside covers, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1999 Fully licensed and authorized.
New Roy Rogers comic books! Special memorial first issue of this new series commemorating the life and career of The King Of The Cowboys. It features two Roy adventures (reprinted from the now-classic Dell Comics series of the 1950’s), “The Vengance Trail” and “The Land Grubbers”, both illustrated by the great John Buscema. Also, what Roy book could be complete without a Dale Evans story, and this one is titled “The Old Cowboy”, and it’s illustrated by fan favorite Russ Manning. Articles include a filmography of the William Witney Rogers films,Dale Evans’ double life as an actress and a mother, and Cowboy Heaven- a tribute to Gene Autry and Penny Edwards. Lots of interior photos of both Roy and Dale. A heartfelt tribute to the greatest Western star ever by publisher Bill Black. Color photo front cover, black and white photo back and inside covers, interiors are black and white with graytones. Standard comic book format, printed in 1998. Fully licsensed and authorized.
THIS BOOK IOS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! A rare, NEVER CIRCULATED Roy Rogers premium produced in conjunction with the Hardee’s chain of fast-food restaurants.!!! In 1990, Hardee’s contracted with AC to produce this comic and activity book that was to be given away at their stores nation wide, to promote the Roy Rogers brand fried chicken they were to sell in there restaraunts.It features the first NEW Roy Rogers comic book story produced anywhere since the 1950’s, wherein Roy and Dale Evans interrupt a public appearance (promoting the food at a Hardee’s, of course) to stop a bank robbery. See Roy on horseback chase down the gun-toting badhats in a sedan, then rope ’em like steers!! All in full color! Plus, a color-it-yourself black and white centerspread featuring Roy on the back of a rearing-up Trigger (in front of Hardee’s), games and puzzles. Originally intended to introduce a kid’s club publication series, Hardee’s unfortuneatly cancelled the whole project at the last minute- but provided a few copies of the printed book to the AC staff. A limited number are available for sale, but they will not last long, and may sell out without further notice. Fabulous Fun Comics #1 is a 16-page full color, self-cover comic activity book, with a color Roy Rogers cover by Bill Black, and a rollicking Roy and Dale comic story written by Bill Black, with art by Mark Heike and Bill Black. Standard comic book size. Printed in 1990.
The First Lady of Western films stars in her first solo comic since 1959!! Roy Rogers wife and leading lady rides the range in two treasured comic adventures reprinted from her Dell Comics series of the 1950’s: “The Crossroads”, (which first appeared in Dale Evans,,Queen Of The West #7, April/June,1955 )drawn by Hi Mankin-where Dale and guest star Pat Brady break up a diamond-smuggling ring, and bring peace back to the lives of Lona and her brother Lem; and “Dangerous Trail”, drawn by Russ(Magnus, Robot Fighter)Manning. Dale exonerates a local Native American framed for the theft of a jeweled necklace. Also, a Dale Evans Photo Scrapbook section with rare shots of Dale and the rest of the Rogers family, a Dale Evans/Roy Rogers filmography, and a slice-of-life feature Dale wrote herself for an issue of Dale Evans Comics, in March of 1951.Color photo covers (and black and white photo inside covers) and interiors black and white with graytones. 7″ X 83/4″ retrocomic format. Printed in 1999.
Classic shoot-em-up action reprinted from actual Prize Comics and Magazine Enterprises comics of the 1950’s.Cover by Bill black, stories include The Latigo Kid in “Apache Uprising”, with art by John Severin; Wild Bill Pecos and the “Tombstone Bugle”, drawn by John Buscema (From Westerner #36, 1951), The Farg Kid in “Western Injustice”, by John Severin (Originally in Fargo Kid #2, 1955), The Haunted Horseman (M. E. ‘s Ghost Rider ) in “The invisible Death”, drawn by Dick Ayers ;photos and coverage of the 1989 Roy Rogers Festival inPortsmouth, Ohio and a back cover photo of Charles Starrett as The Durango Kid. Color cover, interiors black and white with tones. Standard comic book format. Printed in 1989.
This title spotlights TV shows adapted into comic books and begins with one of the best: Range Rider, as drawn by legendary artist, Alex Toth. Alex worked with AC on this project and added grey tones to create depth to art he did over 40 years ago! Two Toth Range Rider stories are presented here plus series history and photos of star Jock Mahoney. But thet ain’t all, pards!! Roy Rogers stars in a Western adventure with his TV sidekick, Pat- drawn by big John Buscema. Guy Madison as TV hero Wild Bill Hickock, blazes into action with art by the great Joe Maneely. Classic reprints from the Golden Age of the Western comic book, reprising material originally produced for Charlton and Dell publications. 44 pages, black and white interiors with color photo covers. Standard comic book format. Printed in 2001.
The magazine dedicated to showcasing the favorite movie cowboys of yesteryear in comic adventures and biographies. Johnny Mack Brown is the star feature this issue, with eight pages of text and photos from his movies, including a complete filmography, plus a full comic story reprint from an actual vintage issue of his Dell Comics run, titled “The Phantom Stage”.Then, three of Johnny’s best cowboy compadres guest star in comic book story reprints: Rocky Lane in “Gunning For Trouble”; Tex Ritter in “The Jaws of Terror”, and Tom Mix in “The Vanishing Skins”, all from Golden Age issues of their Fawcett Comics series. Plus, full-page photo studies of Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, and one photo of Tom Mix. Color photo of Johnny Mack Brown and Phyllis Coates, interiors are black and white with graytones. 44 pages, printed in 2000.
THE PRODUCT IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT AND UNAVAILABLE AT ANY PRICE!! More vintage western comics reprints this issue, including Lash Larue in “Tainted Justice”, from the 1951 Fawcett series, drawn by Tony Sgroi; (in color) Tom Mix in “Introduction To Disaster”, by Carl Pfeufer and John Jordan, from Master Comics #127, 1952, and Gabby Hayes in “Mule Train”, drawn by Leonard Frank. Then, it’s “New Horizons For Lash Larue”, covering his film career and recent exploits, written by Judy Wilson, with lots of photos; and “Call Me Dusty”, on the life and career of Roy Rogers, Jr., again by Judy Wilson, with yet more photos.(including Roy and Dusty in front of Trigger!!) Relive the wonderful days of the classic westerns of comics and films.Color photo cover, black and white back and interior photo covers; book’s interiour is color and black and white with graytones. 44 pages, standard comic book format.Printed in 1989.
Everybodies’ #1 cowboy star, Roy Rogers headlines in “The Temptation of Sam McGraw”, illustrated by the master of panel art, Alew Toth. A classic from the best of the strip’s run, originally seen in the pages of Roy’s Dell Publications comic book. Then, it’s Wild West wonderment drawn by Joe Certa and John Belfi, as Magazine Enterprises’ The Durango Kid stakes his life to win- “The Battle of the Dams”!. Tim Holt and his alter ego, Red Mask; take on “The Kiowa Kid”, with art by Frank Bolle. Then, it’s a Dick Ayers tour-du-force on The Original Ghost Rider, The Haunted Horseman, as he stalks “The Looking Glass Killer”!! Finally, Fawcett Comics Golden Arrow finds himself knee-deep in “The Great Reward Swindle”, drawn by Ruben Moriera. Cowpoke classics in sharp, crisp full-story reprints, from the heyday of the Western Comic book. 44 pages, black and white with color photo covers (front AND back), in standrd Best of the West size and format. Printed in 2004
Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys, braves a deep cave to discover an unknown valley while searching out “The Lost Explorers!” by John Buscema. Also Durango Kid (Certa), Haunted Horseman (Dick Ayers), Redmask (Bolle) and Rocky Lane each star in classic Western adventures! Great Golden Age reprints originally published by Dell, Magazine Enterprises, and others Standard Best of the West format , 44 pages, B&W, color photo cover. Printed in 2003
A big, colorful photo cover of Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys encases the best reprint anthology of Golden Age Western comic book reprints to be found anywhere- and for this tremendous 27th issue, that’s just the beginning. Roy himself stars in a superb Dell story, “Roy Rides a Hunch”, with top-notch art by John Buscema. Then, it’s a Magazine Enterprises fun-fest, with reproductions of three great M. E. stories-“The Death Rattle”, a Tim Holt/Red Mask tales drawn by Frank Bolle, The Durango Kid in “The Vanishing Hats of Holering Gap”, by Fred Guardineer, and The Haunted Horseman, (The original Ghost Rider) in “A Trap For Nemesis”, illustrated by Dick Ayers. Plus, a never-before-seen Black Phantom story, “The Dangerous Dude”, drawn by none other than Dick Giordano!! The best in Western thrills of the 1940’s and ’50’s.40 pages, black and white with color covers, 6″ X 9 3/8″ B. O. W. size. Printed in 2002.
Roy Rogers in “The Cougar of Lost Canyon” by John Buscema Redmask (Tim Holt) in “The Trail of the Gun” by Frank Bolle The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett)in “Sure Death for Durango” by Fred Guardineer Haunted Horseman (Ghost Rider) in “The Phantom Guns of Feather Gap” by Dick Ayers Lash LaRue in “Close Shave” art by Dick Giordano Black Diamond in ” Escaped!”
y Rogers in “Roy Ropes a Tiger” art by John Buscema The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) in “Danger Rides a Bluff” art by Fred Guardineer Allan “Rocky” Lane in “The Alibi”art by Tom Cooke The Haunted Horsman (Ghost Rider) ” The Night The World Ended” art by Dick Ayers Redmask (Tim Holt) in “The Cinderella Boot” art by Frank Bolle