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    Best of the West #8

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    Black Diamond in “Rendezvous with Death

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  • Best of the West #7

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    Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) in ‘The Mystery of Gunsmoke Pass!

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  • Best of the West #6

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    New story “Six Gun Showdown

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    Best of the West #5

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    Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) in

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  • Best of the West #4

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    Roy Rogers in “Roy Ropes a Tiger

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  • Best of the West # 3

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    Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) in

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  • Best of the West # 2

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    Stories are “War on the Sioux Trail

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  • Best of the West #1

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    44pages, b&w, color cover by Bolle and Frazetta Stars the black-clad Durango Kid (Charles Starrett) in “The Sheriff’s Son!

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  • Americomics Special #1

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    A rare appearance of the Charlton Comics heroes before they went to D.C. Comics: featuring Captain Atom, Blue Beetle, The Question and Nightshade by Dan St. John, Greg Guler (pencils & inks),and art assist by Matt Feazell.

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  • Americomics #6

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    When truck driver Mike McCluskey is forced off the road by vengence-seeking gangsters, his injuries look fatal until an experimental injection of cell-regeneration virus by Dr. Judy Weissman not only heals him overnight, his coordination and sensory perception are increased, and he’s strong enough to lift a car. Adopting the guise of a long-missing masked vigilante, he becomes The Scarlet Scorpion, and wages war on organized crime on the East Coast. The ‘Scorpion would become one of AC’s mainstay superheroes, with a series of his own in Nightveil Comics, a two-issue flip-format book he shared with The Shade, and membership in the super group, The Sentinels Of Justice. Dark and gritty urban superheroics against a New Jersey backdrop. This untited story is the first AC appearance and origin of The Scarlet Scorpion, and is written by Rik Levins, with art by Levins and Kevin Dzuban. Guest starring Dr. Myla Chang and Inspector Trent. Then, Roger (The Shade ) Brant moves to sunny Florida to take a job with Fremont Industries. But not even a plane trip is uneventful for Brant, as an attempted highjacking of the airliner brings forth The Shade to dispose of the perpetrators. “Terror Flight

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  • Americomics #5

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    Oceanus One is an experimental underwater city, designed to be self-sufficient even if nuclear holocaust wiped out the surface world. A virtual paradise, it should be free of all the evil that plagues the dry land places of the world, but it’s not. A mysterious entity known as The Hood is bent on it’s destruction, Can even Captain Freedom, the laboratory-grown peak of human potential , keep The Hood from snuffing out the citie’s power source in “To Steal A Sun

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  • Americomics #4

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    Architect Ken Burton was obsessed with the former superhero known as The Dragonfly. Years after he disappeared, Burton learned the secret of his powers, and set up a ceremony to call down the insect god and bestow the dragonfly powers onto him. But, when his Nancy walks in at the wrong moment- well, now SHE is invulnerable, super strong, can fly, and has telekinetic powers. And Ken’s just pissed. See how the superheroine who never wanted to be copes with her new abilities and defeats the malignant giant known as Anteas. The origin and first appearance of this character who would have a solo series of her own from AC, as well as star in their Femforce title. Written and drawn by Rik (Captain America) Levins, and inked by Kevin (Spectacular Spider-man) Dzuban. Then, the astral being known as The Shade goes to the surface of the moon to quell the screams of souls in torment heard in his hypersensitive mind. But while this spirit of Roger Brant is on the lunar orb, his unconscious body is menaced by a burglar. Script and pencils by Rik Levins, inks by Willie Blyberg. This issue has a great duotone cover by Jerry Ordway, and is full color on glossy paper throughout. Standard comic book format, printed in 1983.

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