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Western Adventures
PublisherAce Magazines | Date: | Lang: English
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   By David Miles
Well, what a great western series. I've read all six comics and everyone of these are top notch. 10 out of 10 for story and art, the best that I've seen in western comics. I've returned to the first issue as I think it's appropriate to comment here as this one sets the standard for the others. No. 2 has an alternate version. Thank you very much to all concerned.
   By paulinodantas
Additional Information
PublicationOctober 1948 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1
CoverThe Cross-Draw Kid
FeaturingThe Cross-Draw Kid
CreditsPencils: Max Elkan? | Inks: Max Elkan?
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Cross-Draw Kid [Bud Steele]
Comic StorySix-Gun Justice (10 pages)
SynopsisTwo outlaws hold Judge Parker's daughter captive to force him to dismiss the case against their rustler boss.
FeaturingBud Steele The Cross-Draw Kid
CreditsPencils: Max Elkan | Inks: Max Elkan
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Cross-Draw Kid [Bud Steele]; Thunder (horse); Patch-Eye (rustler); Judge Parker; Chet Burham (rancher); Bess Parker
NotesElkan is credited on both pencil and ink on "Cross-Draw Kid" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. He is best spotted by heavy brush inking, faces and an abundance of wavy hair on the head.
Comic StorySam Bass The Two Gun Terror of Texas (7 pages)
SynopsisThe story of Sam Bass, train robber and killer, who at last was killed by a Texas ranger.
FeaturingA True Story
CreditsPencils: Ralph Carlson | Inks: Ralph Carlson
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Sam Bass (outlaw); Dick Ware (Texas Ranger)
NotesCarlson is not credited on work for Ace Periodicals, but his brisk horses with outstretched frontlegs are not to be mistaken. Also some faces with sharp eyes are to be noticed. He had most of the "Rocky Lane" stories for Fawcett.
Comic StoryInjun Gun-Bait (8 pages)
SynopsisThe stage is attacked by white men dressed as Indians, hired to kill Kitty before she registrers her father's gold mine.
FeaturingBud Steele The Cross-Draw Kid
CreditsPencils: Max Elkan | Inks: Max Elkan
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Cross-Draw Kid [Bud Steele]; Thunder (horse); Blackie Dawson (crooked gambler); Miss Kitty
NotesNotes as for the first story.
Comic StoryDouble Trouble (7 pages)
SynopsisFramed by his enemies and unjustly wanted by the law, and is forced to join up with a band of land rustlers.
FeaturingDuke Buckland
CreditsPencils: Rudy Palais | Inks: Rudy Palais
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Duke Buckland; Kit McCane; Tess Dean; Mr. Dean (rancher)
NotesRudy Palais is credited on "Duke Buckland" by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and is recognised by his faces with pouchy eyes in sideview, and also bold and lively inking.
Comic StorySlaughter on the Fourth of July (8 pages)
SynopsisTwo wanted outlaws kill and rob in Lewison, Montana in 1884.
FeaturingA True Western Crime Story
CreditsPencils: Ed Moline? | Inks: Ed Moline?
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Rattlesnake Jake Fallon (outlaw); Longhair Owens (outlaw)
NotesArt ID by Jim Vadeboncoeur, Jr.
Text StoryThe Lost Bonanza (2 pages)
SynopsisA true tale of the search for hidden hoard of silver.
CreditsLetters: typeset
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Jim Benson (prospector)
Comic StoryTrouble Takes a Town (5.66 pages)
SynopsisSally Starr is elected Sheriff in Red Dog.
FeaturingSheriff Sal
CreditsPencils: King Ward (signed) | Inks: King Ward (signed)
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Sally Starr (Sheriff); Red (horse); Nueces Callan (outlaw); Flash Gannon (rancher)
Publisher advertisementSur-Prize Contest
SynopsisWin a cash prize for just a short letter telling which story you like best in Western Round-Up.
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