The Lone Rider (one of several Golden Age Lone Ranger clones) brings all the Wild West action straight to your screen! Rancher Jim Larrimore and his trust horse, Lightning, battle crime and corruption as the Lone Rider in this early 1950s Farrell series, widely believed to have been drawn by Jack Kamen (of "Creepshow" fame).
Issue #10 features, "Hold That Hanging!" which finds the Lone Rider not only saving hanging victims from a band of outlaws, but helping the cowardly son of a sheriff find the courage to stand up for what's right! In "Battle Cry," Lone Rider's friend, the Indian Swift Arrow, tells how he acquired the silver bugle he carries with him. Although the story relies on certain sterotypes common throughout Golden Age comics featuring Indians, it ends with notes of equality and peace. And last but not least, the Lone Rider battles the cheating, murdering Rio Renegades in "Trouble Trail!"
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