Comics and Books
GUNSMOKE WESTERN
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COMIC BOOK
BY ATLAS COMICS
CIRCA 1955
10.00

Editor: Stan Lee
Cover Artist: Richard (Dick) Ayers, Jack Kirby

Multiple Stories in this Issue
Gunfight at Gila Pass
Writer: Stan Lee, Stanley Martin Lieber
Penciller: Jack Keller
Inker: Richard Ayers

Red Man's Way
Penciller: Joe Maneely
Inker: Joe Maneely

Beware the Barker Brothers
Writer: Stan Lee, Stanley Martin Lieber
Penciller/Inker: John Powers Severin

When the Apaches Attack
Writer: Stan Lee, Stanley Martin Lieber
Penciller/Inker: Reed Crandall

The Man Called Kincaid
Story Arc(s): Add/remove story arcs to this story
Writer: Stan Lee, Stanley Martin Lieber
Penciller/Inker: Don Heck



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BETTY'S ATTIC

Betty's Attic is a division of The Johnson Smith Company, one of America's oldest catalogs companies. In 1905, their founder, Alfred Johnson Smith, started selling his novelties and practical jokes in Australia. The company was officially founded in the U.S.A. in 1914. In 1998, they added Betty's Attic to their family of catalogs, hoping to inspire and thrill even more American households. With its nostalgic and limited edition merchandise, Betty's Attic is a natural fit for the Johnson Smith Company. Its appeal is limitless, from "baby boomers" hoping to find items that remind them of times past to twenty-somethings admiring the atmosphere of another generation.

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