Western Outlaws & Sheriffs 65

Title Published
December 1949 to June 1952
Issue Numbers
60 to 73
Number of Issues
14
Continued From
Best Western
Issue Information
Cover Date
February 1951
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
Indicia Publisher
Interstate Publishing Corp.
 
 
Cover Titles
Jesse James Joins the Younger Gang
The Sacrifice!
Pancho Valdez - The Terror Of The Border!
 
 
Cover Credits
Sol Brodsky pencils and inks guess
Contributions
Nick Caputo: Cover Creator Credit
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Cover Creator Credit
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  7754 Younger Brothers

Notes: Historical account of the James-Younger Gang; features outlaws Frank James (1843-1915), Jesse James (1847-1882), Cole Younger (1844-1916), James Hardin Younger (1848-1902), and Robert Ewing Younger (1853-1889).
6 pg art Augie Scotto pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  7758 Escape!

Notes: Features some of the most horribly garbled history I've ever seen in a comic. I don't even know where to begin with what's wrong with it. The story features a fellow who commits robbery and murder in an utterly anglo Cayuse County, California in the 1830s. He crosses the border into Texas (?), and goes to a U.S. Army recruiting station in Aberdeen. From there he is transferred by his commanding officer to "Fort Alamo," (as in "Remember the Alamo") just in time to be killed by "the enemy with whom the U.S. was at war!" .... and then the Nazis dropped the A-bomb on Pearl Harbor, sinking the state of Maine, and causing Churchhill Downs to comment, "It was their finest hour!" - Tom Lammers
4 pg art
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  7751 The Sacrifice 7 pg art Rocco Mastroserio pencils guess

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  5346 Death Rides the Rails
·Tex Morgan starring
2 pg text
  7756 Pancho Valdez 5 pg art