A lost, all-ages, classic graphic novel by the creator of Tintin! Created by Hergé when he was drawing the first few Tintin comics, and first serialized in black and white in 1934, this is the first publication of his lighthearted adventure Peppy in the Wild West and the only English translation since 1969. When his hat business fails, the bear Peppy heads to the Old West to start a new life, accompanied by his sweet wife, Virginny, and his faithful steed, Bluebell. They find a patch of grass somewhere in California, where Peppy’s hats start a craze among the local Rabbit-Ears tribe. What follows is a rollicking cascade of one thing after another: not one, but two kidnappings, a river full of gold, a bulldog outlaw, and a side trip to Santa Barbara!
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Outlaws. Mavericks. Werewolves. These are The Banditos, the gang Wynonna ran with in her wildest, pre-Black Badge days. Somebody, or something is killing them off, one by one. It's up to Wynonna to return to her roots, and find out why! Telling the never-before-seen story of Wynonna's outlaw past only hinted at on Syfy's Wynonna Earp TV series finally revealed here!
In the second half of the 19th century, a Chinese man wanders the plains of the American West. In the first volume, John Chinaman lands in San Francisco, tasked by the Elders of Canton with disciplining the local Triads. But this mission will be his last. From now on, his fate will be irrevocably tied to America’s westward expansion.
Advances in genetic engineering, or splicing, have become widely available as Mankind has spread across the stars, leading to a new race called the Chimerans, who resented their Terran creators. In the wake of the Genetic Crusades, most of the Chimerans accepted their defeat and made peace, but a dangerous few still remain, sought by marshals and bounty hunters. On the outer frontier, a small group of them kill the partner of bounty hunter Sidewinder, and now he's out to collect!
In the critically acclaimed DESPERADOES: A MOMENT'S SUNLIGHT, an engrossing story and breathtaking artwork are combined to create a supernatural western tale of horror. On the run from the law in the late 1800's, four wrongly accused cowboys arrive in the New Mexico territory where a serial killer is ritualistically skinning half-breed children and slaughtering their mothers. Now with the murderer gaining new supernatural powers with each killing, the four outlaws must find a way to stop the mysterious madman and avert a bloody war between the white settlers and the Indian tribes.
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Arizona, 1873. Frank Timmons, former soldier and lawman as well as undertaker at Arizona's Gila Flats Territorial Prison, accidentally releases 117 dead killers from Hell. Frank roams the West, tracking them down and trying desperately to avoid his own damnation. Dying in the effort isn't an option. If you like DESPERADOES, JONAH HEX or THE LONE RANGER, you'll love GRAVESLINGER!
Sheriff Sylvana, after repelling a raid on her city by savage outsiders, learns of a nefarious plot being carried out by her city's government. Along with her pet sugar glider, Leaf, and a bookish monk named Clem, Sheriff Syl begins her investigation.
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Take a trip over the rainbow to Oz as you've never seen it before. Dorothy "Gale" is a tough as nails cow-girl trapped in a wild-west version of the land of Oz. Follow Gale, Toto the horse of course, and a host of almost familiar companions as they make their way to the Emerald City on a quest to find the Wizard who claims to have the power to send Gale back to Kansas.
Wes Cutter is a wanted man running from a violent past--the horrors of the Civil War, a brutal stint in a Union prison camp, and the savage fallout of Reconstruction. Now he's on a quest for the one thing in short supply: peace. Brian Azzarello (100 BULLETS) and Marcelo Frusin (HELLBLAZER) bring readers a Western for the modern age.
"She drifted into town with a few days to kill..." Re-releasing the crazed adventure from Kevin Eastman and Simon Bisley! Every issue of this special edition will feature artwork re-mastered by Kevin Eastman, all-new colors, and a plethora of sketches, process work and other bonus material, too!
Acclaimed Western novelist Peter Brandvold (Rogue Lawman, .45-Caliber Deathtrap) teams up with Bat Lash co-creator Sergio Aragones (Groo, MAD) to recount the origin story of the most unusual cowboy of them all!
The introduction of Western Comics stood as proof of DC's commitment to the Western genre. The first issue introduced new characters including the Wyoming Kid, Cowboy Marshal, and Rodeo Rick, but the Vigilante may have seemed most familiar. The bandana masked hero had already earned his place among the 7 Soldiers of Victory following his introduction in Action Comics# 42 (November 1941), Although his adventures took place in contemporary times, the Vigilante's costume helped him fit in among the stars of Western Comics.