Marvel Westerns (Silver Age)
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Thank-you Jeffro. Is Tomahawk a good read vs. other D.C. Westerns and to the Marvel ones noted up above? Or isi t in a different in a different class since it's a frontier book? What other frontier books do you compare or reccomend?

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an early monster title? Certainly an un usual theme for a western, but then all the early 1960s marvel westerns are of the fantastic.

This one is a very badly restored copy, has ben virtually stitched back together.

 

Great story and cover.

 

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No. 35 is notable for being the very last comic book work of EC - Mad artist Jack Davis..A really nice issue.

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I love this one,...should be much moer popular as its actually the very first appearance of a character called Red Raven, some years before the return of the character in X Men. This guy isn't the same Red Raven, but it is a recycled character, very common with Stan Lee's work of course.

 

The Next one is

 

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A hilarious giant ape on the loose cover, which si if you look closely completely out of scale,,,,courtesy of Jack 'King' Kirby.

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Thank-you Jeffro. Is Tomahawk a good read vs. other D.C. Westerns and to the Marvel ones noted up above? Or isi t in a different in a different class since it's a frontier book? What other frontier books do you compare or reccomend?

 

Tomahawk is a great read, one of my fave 50s titles of all time.

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Tomahawk is a great read, one of my fave 50s titles of all time.

 

 

Much obliged kind sir. The cover art is fantastic on many I have seen. Some of the Star Spangled and World's Finest are great too. Tomahawk #1 in itself is a fantastic cover.

 

 

 

 

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