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Space Western (1952) comic books

  • Issue #40
    Space Western (1952) 40

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    Cover art by John Belfi. "Migration to the Moon" one-page non-fiction story. "The Saucer Men," script by Walter Gibson, art by John Belfi; When an invasion of Flying Saucers land at the Bar-Z ranch, the owner Spurs Jackson, of the Arizona ranch and his two ranch hands, Strong Bow and Hank Roper, quickly learn the alien invaders are Martians, lead by one named Korok; Spurs and his ranch hands are taken in the saucers back to Mars. "The Outlaws of the Desert," art by John Belfi; Men are hijacking trucks bringing supplies to the New Pueblo dam; It's up to Hank Roper and Sheriff Townley to stop them. "Incident at Powder River," art by Lou Morales; Two men ride into town; One of them, named Frank, is shot by a man called Black Nick; The other man returns fire and kills the shooters. "The Moon Monsters" text story. "Death from U-235," script by Walter Gibson; When a man falls dead from radiation poisoning, Spurs Jackson is a prime suspect; Spurs had claimed a desire for revenge against the man for murdering father; When it is proven the man died of radiation poisoning, Spurs and Hank Roper investigate to discover a spaceship. "The Mystery of the Indian Hills"; When Jigg Larsen and his cattle rustlers raid the Arizona ranch owned by Laura Towne, the Rancho Oro, he has his men burn the ranch house with Stew Carey inside; Strong Bow, one of Spurs Jackson's Space Vigilantes, finds the burning ranch and rescues Stew Carey. "How a Visitor from Space Won the Great West for America" half-page story about Tecumsah. Indicia states "SPACE WESTERN COMICS." 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Space Western (1952) 41

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  • Issue #42
    Space Western (1952) 42
    • Water damage.

    Cover art by Stan Campbell. "Spurs Jackson And His Space Vigilantes Meet the Sun Masters," script by Walter Gibson, art by Stan Campbell; When Aku and his Sun People show up in an enormous, gleaming saucer, Aku tells Spurs his people possess a powerful energy source they would like to be permitted to land and share with Earth; Hank relays the acceptance of the offer. "The Return of the Aztecs," script by Walter Gibson, art by John Belfi; Hank drives Strong Bow to a ritual held by Strong Bow's tribe of Pueblo-dwelling Native Americans; Strong Bow tells the story of centuries earlier, when Aztecs use instructions from their sacred book, the Popol Vuh, to build a rocketship in an effort to escape the European invaders. "The Space Bronco" text story. "Spurs Jackson And His Space Vigilantes Tangle With The Outlaws of Mars," script by Walter Gibson, art by Stan Campbell; Spurs Jackson and his Space Vigilantes, Hank and Strong Bow, return to Mars to help Queen Thula once more. "An Amazing Space Journey" one-page story, art by John Belfi. "The Riddle of Skull Valley," script by Walter Gibson; Sheriff Townley and Hank Roper investigate the sighting of mysterious black UFOs; Anzo, Master of the Black World,lands to claim Hank Roper and Sheriff Townley as specimens. Indicia states "SPACE WESTERN COMICS." 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Space Western (1952) 43

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    Stan Campbell cover art swiped from Wally Wood's cover on Spirit Section (Will Eisner) #1952-08/03. "Menace of the Meteor Men," script by Walter Gibson, art by Stan Campbell; When the Army is on maneuvers in the Arizona desert, they find themselves in the midst of a meteor shower; When some of the meteors prove to be low-minded creatures composed of rock and metal, impervious to bullets and explosions, it's up to Spurs Jackson to halt the invasion of the Meteor Men. "The Battle of Spaceman's Gulch," script by Walter Gibson; Spurs Jackson and Strong Bow go on a mission to investigate explosions seen on the moon, leaving Hank Roper to meet a group of costumed science fiction fans invited by Spurs for a nearby local convention; Expecting the fans to show up in costume and an airplane mocked-up to appear like a rocket ship, Hank is surprised when a real alien from Neptune named Jawa shows up instead. "Visit Spurs Jackson at his Spaceranch in Spaceman's Gulch" one-page story, script by Walter Gibson. "Spurs Jackson and the Vanishing Water" text story. "Beyond the Moon," script by Walter Gibson, art by Stan Campbell; The Soviets are using flying saucers as guided missile transport ships to take slaves to work on Mines on the Moon; The discs are sent from a secret Soviet base orbiting just beyond the moon, where it cannot be seen. "Space Prospectors!" one-page non-fiction story. "Trip to Mercury," script by Walter Gibson; Strong Bow goes with Laughing Frog and another member of his Mayan tribe; They go to a Mayan pyramid in Mexico where legend has it was the last place Princess Karna was seen centuries earlier; Strong Bow and his tribesmen discover a spaceship inside the pyramid. "SPACE WESTERN COMICS." 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Space Western (1952) 44
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    • 2.5" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover art by Stan Campbell. "The Madman of Mars," script by Walter Gibson, art by Stan Campbell; Rockets bearing hydrogen bombs and originating from Mars are destroying major cities on Earth; Spurs Jackson is called in by General Carpenter to go discover the source of the Martian bombs; Nazis who travelled to Mars in 1935 are discovered to be sending the bombs. "Spurs Sees Red!", script by Walter Gibson, art by John Belfi; When a flying saucer lands at the McLeod farm, Pop McLeod leaves his daughter Jane in the house while goes out to investigate; He is shot by a sniper, so Jane goes to Spurs for help; Spurs investigates, discovering the saucer is of Soviet design. "Visit in Spaceman's Gulch!" one-page story. "Spurs Jackson and the Selenites!" text story. "The Stone Men From Space," script by Walter Gibson, art by John Belfi; Queen Thuvia is talking to Spurs, the Mayans Strong Bow, Rapid Fox about desert petrified logs; She gives Strong Bow a thuvia flower she says will grow in the desert then goes Mars; Strong Bow says the flower won't grow in desert and discards it. "The Menace of Comet 'X'", script by Walter Gibson, art by John Belfi; Spurs and his Space Vigilantes are contacted to investigate a dangerous comet; Spurs takes along Queen Thula of Mars; Spurs and the other vigilantes are captured, only to discover Spurs's old enemies, Korok, ex-Prime Minister of Mars, and Vodor from Venus are piloting the deadly comet toward Earth to devastate the planet. Mars is next. "SPACE WESTERN COMICS." 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Space Western (1952) 45

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