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Western Compilations

Billy the Kid (UK Sun) Archives

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Title:Billy the Kid (UK Sun) Archives
Issues Available:3
Latest Issue:Billy the Kid (UK) SUN Collection Pt.3 | Uploaded: Mar 14, 2016
Categories:Adventure | Western | Western Heroes
Billy the Kid, born Henry McCarty, also known as William H. Bonney (September 17, 1859 - July 14, 1881) was an American Old West gunfighter. He is known to have killed eight men. He died from a gunshot wound inflicted by Sheriff Pat Garrett. He was just 21 years old.
A comic strip loosely based on his exploits appeared in the 'Sun' (published by Amalgamated Press Ltd.) between 1952 and 1959, and dominated the cover for the majority of this period.
The characterisation was based on the portrayal by the actor Robert Taylor, in 'Billy the Kid' (1941).

Firehair Archives

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Title:Firehair Archives
Issues Available:5
Latest Issue:Firehair Golden Age Archives V5 | Uploaded: Dec 29, 2012
Categories:Western | Leading Ladies
'Firehair' first appeared in Rangers Comics #21 (Fiction-House) February 1945. She appeared in every issue up to issue #65 (May 1952). She also appeared in eleven issues of her own quarterly title from 1948 to 1952

She is first seen travelling with her Bostonian father, who is killed in Texas by outlaws disguised as Red Indians. Left for dead, she is found by a member of the real Indian tribe. They nurse her back to health, but discover she has lost her memory. Raised by the tribe, she masters many of their native skills and is soon better than anyone else around.

'Firehair' is very strong and athletic and is a fierce and capable hand to hand fighter, often beating male opponents. She is also an accomplished horse rider and quickly tamed a wild stallion, which she named 'Devil's Eye'. She is also skilled at using a knife, bow and arrow and a revolver.

'Firehair' eventually regains her memory where she discovers her real name is Lynn Cabot and travels back to Boston to claim her inheritance, but soon discovers she prefers life in the West and returns to continue fighting outlaws.

Hopalong Cassidy Archives

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Title:Hopalong Cassidy Archives
Issues Available:4
Latest Issue:Hopalong Cassidy, Tom Mix, Rod Cameron From Master Comics | Uploaded: Feb 8, 2014
Categories:Western | Western Stars
Hopalong Cassidy was a western character originally created by Clarence E. Mulford in 1904. Initially the character was rude, dangerous and rough talking. He had a wooden leg, which made him walk with a little hop, hence the nickname.
When he first appeared in the movies in 1935, played by the actor William Boyd, the character was now portrayed as a clean-cut, sober hero, whose nickname came after being shot in the leg. The character wore black from head to toe, an exception to the rule that only villains wore black hats.

His first outing in comic books was as a 'One-Shot' in 1943 by Fawcett Publications. This was followed by a series which ran for 84 issues between 1946-1953.

Tom Mix Stories

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Title:Tom Mix Stories
Issues Available:4
Latest Issue:Tom Mix stories From Fawcetts Master Comics - Volume 3 | Uploaded: Sep 18, 2012
Thomas Edwin Mix (January 6, 1880 - October 12, 1940) was an American film actor and the star of many early Western movies between 1909 and 1935.
Mix appeared in 291 films, only nine of which were talkies. He was Hollywood's first Western super-star and was a major influence in defining the Western in the early days of the cinema.

Tom Mix appeared in a number of publications bearing his name, as well as featuring in Master Comics and Wow Comics both published by Fawcett Publications.
Bill Wayne, The Texas Terror (Lev Gleason) 37 mask84 Dec 10, 2012 23.95 3896 46
Buck Jones (Fawcett Master Comics) vol 1 99 Jim Thorpe Sep 18, 2012 6.90 4672 55
Buck Jones (Fawcett Master Comics) vol 2 82 Jim Thorpe Sep 18, 2012 6.64 3469 52
Buck Jones Stories - Crackajack Archive 73 prime user Aug 11, 2016 39.25 2003 58
Dan Brand And Tipi Pt. 1 (Frank Frazetta) 63 prime user / josemas Aug 10, 2012 30.04 5867 141
Dan Brand And Tipi Pt. 2 (Frank Frazetta) 50 prime user / josemas Aug 10, 2012 21.89 4733 123
Gene Autry In Movie Comics Magazine 23 Jim Thorpe Oct 10, 2012 6.43 4796 74
Lightin' and the Lone Rider 39 chuck006 Mar 18, 2014 150.50 3686 85
Maneely at Charlton 86 OtherEric May 19, 2013 49.72 4206 117
Movie Cowboy Stories From Early Dell Comics: 82 Jim Thorpe Oct 10, 2012 48.60 4704 109
Red Ryder from Dell's Crackajack Comics (1939-41) 131 Jim Thorpe Nov 19, 2012 68.87 4256 101
Red Ryder Stories From Crackajack Funnies 143 prime user Aug 4, 2016 83.44 1292 79
Rio Kid from The Modern Boy 50 Unknown / paw broon Nov 5, 2012 12.31 2781 46
Tom Mix Stories - Crackajack Archive 70 prime user Aug 11, 2016 36.47 1429 71
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