Western Gunfighters (1970-75)

Western Gunfighters is the name of two American Western-anthology comic book series published by Marvel Comics and its 1950s forerunner, Atlas Comics.

That initial Atlas series ran eight issues, from 1956 to 1957, and featured artists including Gene Colan, Reed Crandall, Joe Maneely, John Severin, Alex Toth, Al Williamson, and Wally Wood, with many stories written by Stan Lee.

Volume two, published by Marvel from 1970 to 1975, consisted mostly of Western reprints but also featured new material, including stories of the masked Old West hero Ghost Rider and the introductions of such short-lived Western features as "Gunhawk" and "Renegades", by writers including Gary Friedrich and Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel, and artists including Dick Ayers and Tom Sutton.


Western Gunfighters #1

Lee - Siegel - Roth - Buscema Featuring: The Ghost Rider, The Man from Fort Rango, The Renegades "The Coming of Gunhawk" more info

Western Gunfighters #5

Lee - Wein - Ayers - Giacoia - Isso Appearance: Gunhawk, The Ghost Rider, Apache Kid, Black Mask, Wyatt Earp, The Renegades Featuring:...