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By Ken Eppstein & Bob Ray Starker, $12.00 U.S.

By gary
Tuesday, September 11 2012

Oh, yeah! Bring the westerns back to the comic format. What a brilliant idea. It’s the original Ghost Rider, but in a much rawer style. I love Nix comics! This comic makes me want to go on a road trip and sit in the back seat all the way. Don’t get shocked by the cover price, because the geniuses at Nix have packaged a 7” with tunes you’ll be humming, just like the first time you heard the soundtrack to The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. It even comes with a gold badge that can be worn or used to fill the big hole and spin your vinyl. Screw Cracker Jacks. Yeah, Nix western! As for the storyline, everyone in this town has a streak of villain in ‘em. The sheriff and the bad guy go out in a blaze of glory. How this one stays on the shelf at the local comic shack, I’ll never know. (nixcomics.com)

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