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Tex Ritter Western (1950) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 1
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #1073903031
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout.

    Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. While investigating a trapper's murder, Tex gains a valuable canine partner that he names Fury. Buffalo Bill earns his reputation as a tale-spinner, with a real leg-puller about a lion. Loonie Les buys boots that are too small, so they feel better when he takes them off. Loonie Les: It's a Pleasure!; Warpath Vengeance; Buffalo Bull: The Lying Lion!; Death in the Hills; Stage Coach Holdup; The Hidden Menace; Pinto Pete: The Little Things! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #3
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 3
    • 1" spine split from base of comic. Centerfold detached.

    Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Owlhoot Red Harlan sets up an ambush by challenging Tex to a gunfight, while his accomplice prepares to shoot Tex in the back. Buffalo Bill always has the last word in a tall tale - even if it's someone else's tall tale. Tex matches six-guns with the Chico Kid, an unknown menace no lawman has ever lived to describe. Loonie Les: A Skunk Tale!; Blazing Six-Guns; Buffalo Bull: The Great Exaggerator; The Renegade Roundup; The Black Glove; Tex Ritter Meets the Chico Kid; Pinto Pete Says a Mouthful. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 6
    • 2" Spine split from top.

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Owlhoots call in hired guns in an attempt to get rid of Tex once and for all. Loonie Les learns you shouldn't eat gooseberries off the bush too fast. Tex investigates the Death Ranch, a strange castle-like structure on the prairie where a sinister scheme is unfolding. The Death Ranch; Loonie Les: Gooseberry Goof; The Killer Bait; The Bite of Toothless Trigger. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 7
    • Cover detached.

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex investigates crooked mortgage plans in the town of Sandstone and gets trapped in quicksand with his horse White Flash. Loonie Les makes chicken soup with chickens so fresh, they're still in the egg. Tex thinks he's pursuing an ordinary counterfeit gang across the Mexican border, but they have trained dogs, and Tex's dog Fury is outnumbered. Plus a vintage ad for Wheaties cereal ("Breakfast of Champions!") featuring baseball MVP Phil Rizzuto. Gunsmoke Revenge; Clothes Plenty Pickens; Pinto Pete: No Soap; Fangs of Death; Bullwhip; Loonie Les: Chicken-Headed!; Renegade Challenge. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 8

    Stories and art by Pete Riss and Dennis Neville. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex aims to take down boomtown baron Lucky Marlin, but first he must win a bare-knuckles match against a wrestler known as the Crusher, in a multi-part story. Cowboy Cal wants to cross a snake with a parrot, for a more captivating conversationalist. Fun facts and cowboy lingo from the Old West. Plus a vintage ad for Wheaties cereal ("Breakfast of Champions!") featuring baseball legend Stan Musial. Lawless Furnace Valley; Loonie Les: Small Obstacle; Death's Grip; Pinto Pete: Talented Retort; Cowboy Cal: Experimenter Deluxe; Incident by the Creek; Showdown; Stage Struck Stewart. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 10

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Investigating an empty town and a vanished tribe, Tex encounters mysterious white-suited killers in the land by the waterfall, in a multi-part story. Each chapter ends with a cliffhanger, like an old-time Western movie serial. Buffalo Bill claims to be such a good shot that a bear once surrendered to him so he wouldn't waste a bullet. Plus vintage ads for Daisy Air Rifles and Dubble Bubble. The Ghost Town; Loonie Les Swallows His Words; Smart Bart; Fires of Vengeance; Buffalo Bull: The Brilliant Bear; Pinto Pete: Weighty Wisdom; Dread Disease; The Round-Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 11
    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Double Cover: 1st cover 8.0, interior cover 8.5.
    • Label #2054996017
    • Consignment. 3% buyer's premium charged at checkout.

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex takes issue when a ferry owner tries to price-gouge wagon-train settlers who are racing a deadline to make their claims on the Western frontier. Framed for murder in Ten Mile City, Tex must elude a mob and prove his innocence. Outlaws want Tex's saddle, because a map to stolen loot was hidden inside it by the hanged owlhoot Calabash. Plus a vintage ad for Daisy Air Rifles featuring Red Ryder. Barrier to Boot Hill; Loonie Les: Gentamental Critter; Li'l Buck: Good Historian; Journey to Jail; Saddle Conquest; Buffalo Bull: The Doggonedest Deal; Pinto Pete: Echo Canyon; Sagebrush: Quiz Kiddo; The Frame-Up; Gopher-Face: Quarrelsome Type; The Round-Up. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    2 days left Auction Tex Ritter #11 June 1952 Fawcett Westen

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  • Issue #12
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 12

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. A mysterious Hopi woman helps Tex track rustlers who seem to make herds of cattle disappear into thin air. Tall tale-spinner Buffalo Bill meets his match in a dynamite-eating hog. "Undercover Prairie Ranger" Tex investigates the causes of mysterious prairie fires that are causing stampedes and destroying ranches. Plus vintage ads for Dubble Bubble and P-F Canvas shoes. Tex Ritter and the Hopi Mystery; Pinto Pete: Top Secret!; Prairie Inferno; Buffalo Bill and the Hardy Hog!; Cactus Brain: Movie Marker; Horses! Horses!; The Mystery of Echo Cave! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 13

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex pursues a mysterious white-skinned Native who stole a ranch payroll, even though Tex knows there are no tribes in the area. Tall tale-spinner Buffalo Bill reveals how a messenger can get through a snowfall without leaving any footprints. Tex investigates the murder of a ranch foreman, and the only suspects are his Native hired hands and their cruel manager. The kid in the cover photo looks like he could be Tex's son John, later a famous actor in his own right. Tex Ritter; Pinto Pete: A Hot One; Loonie Les Leaves Bad Taste; Buffalo Bill: The Problem Solver; Murder on the Lazy Y; The Blockade Buster; Lamebrain Lem: Angry Hombre; The Case of the Two Empty Wagons. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 14

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Outlaws decide Tex will no longer be a threat if they can get rid of Tex's trained dog, Fury. Tall tale-spinner Buffalo Bill reveals how to split a five-dollar bill among three people and still get five dollars back. In a two-part story, Tex tracks the masterminds behind a scheme to get outlaws out of jail by having them impersonated. Fury's Peril; Pinto Pete: A Gin-Dandy Retort; Loonie Les Is Prepared; Buffalo Bill: The Happiness Boy; Wanted Dead or Alive; The Payoff; Loonie Les: Doubly Safe; Pinto Pete: A Warming Experience; The Roundup. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 15

    Stories and art by Pete Riss and Dennis Neville. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Two prospectors each have half of a map leading to a gold mine, and they form an uneasy partnership. Tall tale-spinner Buffalo Bill tells the story of the six-inch tourist he met for small talk. Fur traders find they've been robbed after meeting traveling hypnotist Hypno. Pinto Pete: Not Backwards; The Strange Festival; Buffalo Bill: The Tall Tale of the Tiny Tourist!; Fugitive; Murder in the Hills; Loonie Les: Well Put; Doctor Quack: Operation Laughter; The Fiery Fur Mystery. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 16

    Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex catches ranch hands Kink and Dud trying to kill a co-worker because he won't go along with their plans to rustle the ranch's cattle. Tex tries to figure out which carny performer murdered the show's owner - the dwarf, mind reader, trapeze artist, fat lady, or giant - in one of the strangest whodunits ever. After getting caught in a dam explosion, Tex loses his sight, but the outlaws who blew up the dam are still targeting him. Horse For Sale; The Shadow of the Law; Blind Man's Duties; Loonie Les: Aptly Named!; The Unhappy Medium; Buffalo Bill: A Honey of a Task; Loonie Les: Inside and Outside Man!; Pinto Pete: Boxer De Luxe; Death On the Rails. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 17

    Stories and art by Tony Tallarico and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex investigates when the town of Dover suddenly goes quiet, and learns that the "hidden fortress" has become a bandit encampment, in a two-part story. Buffalo Bill connives a free trip on a train, but then he brags about it to the wrong person. Tex helps ranchers fight back when a cruel cattle baron begins a campaign of murder and price-gouging. Horse Thieves; The Hidden Fortress: The Bandit City; Loonie Les: He's Dynamite; Death in Solitary; Buffalo Bill: The Train Ride; The Evil Reign of the Cattle Baron; The Coward's Treachery; The River of Death. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 18

    Stories and art by Milt Hammer and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex seeks the truth about a stagecoach ambush when all the passengers disappear. John tries to frame his brother Bill for his wife Mary's murder, but Tex is already on his trail. But even Tex is mystified when it turns out Mary is not who they thought she was, and is still alive. Gunslick Stranger; The Perils of the Prairie Ranger; Loonie Les Leaves Us Cold; Pinto Pete: A Wooden Anniversary; Buffalo Bill: The Horse Brigade; Hammer Head: A Bashful Critter; Whiz Banks: Big Talk. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 19

    Stories and art by Milt Hammer and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex is outnumbered when he tries to keep outlaw "Honest Barton" from stealing the mayoral election in Mesa City. Tex offers to trade hotel rooms with a superstitious man, but he didn't know that outlaws were planning an ambush for Room 13. Plus, Bobby joins a group of air-rifle enthusiasts, in a vintage PSA for air-rifle safety. Midnight Gunman; The Ballot Box Riddle; Buffalo Bull: The Light That Didn't Fail!; Bobby's Bull's-Eye; Hammer Head: The Winner!; Whiz Banks: A Big Fish!; The Evil Eye in Room 13. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 20

    Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex tries to help the owners of the new stagecoach line keep the railroad from coming through their town and ruining their business. Buffalo Bill sets out to become the laziest hand on the ranch to win a contest, but he'll have to work pretty hard to do it. Tex tries to intervene in the land dispute between a rancher and a tannery. Trail Boss; Stagecoach to Danger; Pinto Pete: Some Reference; Bobby's Loonie Les: It Figures; Buffalo Bull: The Lazy Man's Lazy Man. Final issue published by Fawcett; Charlton took over the series with issue #21. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 21

    Stories and art by Stan Campbell and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex learns the owner of the Mule Creek Junction Rodeo is corrupt, earning a fortune through kickbacks and fixed wagers. Slim Pickens serves up the one-liners at his new restaurant. Tex tries to prove that Fred Graham's no coward, even though he refuses to carry a gun or fight his encroaching neighbors. The Rodeo Murder; The Courageous Coward; Slim Pickens: Soup To Nuts. First issue published by Charlton. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 23
    • Bottom staple missing.

    Cover by Stan Campbell. Stories and art by Stan Campbell and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex sets out to help his prospector pal Snap after an outlaw discovers his gold claim and tries to murder him for it. When Young Falcon tracks down the renegades who are impersonating his tribe, he uses a tribal mask to impersonate their shaman. Cheapskate Frank tries to trick Dusty the butcher into giving him a cut of beef on credit. Horseman Horace: Neigh Neigh; Deadly Bonanza; Young Falcon: The Victorious Masquerade; Cactus Brain: Run Away; Loco Lew: Stationary Time; Red Roan: Grizzly Killer; Dusty: Meet the Meat Hound; The Inheritance; Cactus Brain: Hunter; Li'l Buck: Tricked; Li'l Buck: Button Button; Chief Gray Matter: TNT; Molasses Mouth Has Flattered Brains. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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    5 days left Auction TEX RITTER Western 23, 1955 Charlton Comics, Golden Age Cowboy

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  • Issue #28
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 28

    Cover by Stan Campbell. Stories and art by Stan Campbell, Howard Boughner and Pete Riss. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Framed for murder in Ten Mile City, Tex must elude a mob and prove his innocence. A known coward joins forces with gun-toting killers, and Tex wants to find out why. First issue with the Comics Code seal on the cover. Sagebrush Gets Along Swimmingly; Black Gold; The Frame-Up; Gopher Face: Quarrelsome Type!; The Kid Comes Back; Dead Mans Diamonds; Sam the Sheriff: The Hard Luck Story; The Coward; Ten Gallon Tex: Spills It!; Loonie Les: Not Worth His Salt. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 29
    • Water damage.

    Cover by Stan Campbell. Stories and art by Stan Campbell and Tony Tallarico. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex takes issue when a ferry owner tries to price-gouge wagon-train settlers who are racing a deadline to make their claims on the Western frontier. Buffalo Bill claims to be such a good shot that a bear once surrendered to him so he wouldn't waste a bullet. Outlaws want Tex's saddle, because a map to stolen loot was hidden inside it by the hanged owlhoot Calabash. Molasses Mouth: No! No! No!; Barrier to Boot Hill; Li'l Buck: Good Historian; Dusty: Wolf Pack; Sagebrush: Quiz Kiddo; Saddle Conquest; Dread Disease; Buffalo Bull: The Brilliant Bear; The Silver Horseshoe. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 34
    • Only 1 staple (manufacturing).

    Cover by Dick Giordano and Vince Alascia. Stories and art by Charles Nicholas and others. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex investigates rumors that hired guns are being recruited by outlaw Tom Horgan's Crisscross Outfit. Old-timer Two-Gun Tom tells a tale of guns and justice, but only Tex seems to believe him. Tex runs across dirty dealings on the eve of a land rush at Roaring River. Sage-brush: Jumping Beans; Master of the Guns; Two-Gun Tom and the Outlaws; Wild West Visit; Cattle Baron; Stampede for Land; Molasses Mouth: Ask No Questions; Last Vote in Badflats; Hired Victim; Hill Billy: Fair Conversation. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 35
    • Staple rust. Rust migration. Cover detached at one staple.

    Cover by Dick Giordano and Vince Alascia. Stories and art by Charles Nicholas and Sal Trapani. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex sets a trap for a band of thieves with a satchel of gold. When a powerful rancher frames Tex as an outlaw, a pearl-handled .45 may hold the clue to clear his name. When Whitey Whiskers thinks he's hooked the biggest fish ever, he gets his friends to help pull it in. Sage-brush: Cold Blooded; The Gold Hoard; Cactus Brain: Lost and Found!; The Pearl Handled 45; The Siege of Sommerville; Wagon Wheels: Complaints Galore!; Whitey Whiskers: The Big Fish; Gopher Face: The Winner!; Desperate Trail; Plump Priscilla: Fat Chance! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 37
    • 1" Spine split from top. Water spotting.
    • Water damage.

    Cover by Dick Giordano and Vince Alascia. Stories and art by Vince Alascia, Charles Nicholas and Sal Trapani. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Outlaws ambush Tex at a Western dance, in a story that opens with the famous singing cowboy actually singing. Tex tries to keep the fight over a gold-mine claim from turning into murder. Hill Billy can't follow the dictionary, because it changes the subject too often. Wrong Man; Poor Pablo's Mine; Hill Billy: Big Reader!; Greedy Gold; Drygulch Trail; Slim Pickens: The Return of Grizzly Burr! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 38
    • 3" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at one staple. Water damage.

    Cover by Pat Masulli. Stories and art by Bill Molno, Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio, Vince Alascia, Charles Nicholas and Sal Trapani. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Native tribes are frightened off of their land by sightings of the legendary white buffalo, but Tex suspects a scam, and he's right. Tex tracks missing stagecoaches carrying gold shipments that disappeared somewhere on King Mountain. Casino owners and gamblers control Pageville with their hired guns, until Wyatt Earp becomes the new sheriff. Offbeat cover anticipates 21st-century design choices with its stylish silhouette. The White Buffalo; Mystery of King Mountain; Open House; Perplexed Pete Has a Hole in His Head; Two Bills and a Wagon Wheel; Badmans Business; Riding the Range with Tex Ritter; Law Trap; He Should Get It in the Face; The Meanest Man in the World. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 41
    • 1 1/2" cumulative spine split. Water damage.

    Cover by Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio. Stories and art by Maurice Whitman, Bill Molno, Tony Tallarico, Vince Alascia, Charles Nicholas and Sal Trapani. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. No improving on this one: "It began with bushwhack lead and a smell of treachery in the air! It continued with a strange twisted hate and an unseen attacker! Into this puzzle Tex Ritter rode on his great white stallion and with the wonder dog, Fury, trotting at his side...And it took a lot of six-gun action before the pieces of the puzzle fell into place!" And that's just page 1. "Prairie Ranger" Tex follows outlaw Adder to his high-plains hideout, even though he knows it's probably a trap. An outlaw swears to steal a shipment of cash from a train right under Tex Ritter's nose, and almost manages it. Rimfire Justice; Vengeance Trail; Chief Healer; Outlaw Express; The Man From Texas. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 42

    Cover by Charles Nicholas and Vince Alascia. Stories and art by Bill Molno, Tony Tallarico, and Vince Alascia. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex reluctantly accepts the job of sheriff of Deer's End until an election is over, but someone has it in for the sheriff of Deer's End. Tex offers to fight in a bare-knuckle boxing match to help a group of miners defeat the outlaw gang that's been terrorizing them. A peaceful trading session with Apaches threatens to turn ugly when the tribespeople demand guns instead of money. The Tin Star; Fight Or Die; The $100 Boots; Prairie Panic; Damaged Guns; Law of the Pack; Renegade Justice. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 44

    Cover by Bill Molno and Vince Alascia. Stories and art by Bill Molno, Vince Alascia, and Sal Trapani. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Tex attempts to end a long-standing family feud once and for all, and preferably without killing members of either family. Thugs try to run Ed Looney off his land, but then they realize he's not what they thought he was. An outlaw finds an ingenious way to elude capture, by ingratiating himself to the settlers nearby, so they feel inclined to protect him. Too Late; How the Feud Ended; Rapwell's Kid; The Missing Marksman; Ed Looney: Run Him Off the Land; The Friendly Outlaw. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

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  • Issue #46
    Tex Ritter Western (1950) 46
    • Water damage. Cover detached at one staple.

    Cover by Ernie Hart. Stories and art by Bill Molno, Vince Alascia, and Tony Tallarico. Movie cowboy Tex Ritter tames the West with his six-guns, his horse White Flash and his dog, Fury. Sheep ranchers looking for the creature that's killing their livestock settle on Tex's dog Fury, and Tex must clear the canine's name by finding the real culprit. Benny finds trouble while passing through the town of Cragville. Tex is confronted by a man whose brother he once arrested, and must convince him that it was the right thing to do. The Sheep Killer; Gun Sight; The Red-Headed Outlaw; Shave for Silver; The Revenge Rider. Final issue of the series. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.