John Wayne Loves Being a Cowboy

John Wayne Loves Being a Cowboy

More fun from Tony Isabella & Diego Jourdan Pereira!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by Al Williamson & Frank Frazetta from the story “The Weeping Walloper” in John Wayne Adventure Comics #8, March 1951. Toby Press. The story begins on Page 3.

Curious to see more? Click the link above to read the entire vintage comic book for free on ComicBookPlus.com.

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SCENE: Cowboys John Wayne and Dusty are riding their horses.

JOHN WAYNE: I love being a cowboy! I love riding the open range! I love my horse! And I love you, Dusty!

DUSTY: Aw, shucks, Johnny. Tonight, I’m gonna shave and...we kin play sheriff...and saloon gal!

1951 Art: Al Williamson & Frank Frazetta Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Writer: Tony Isabella

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Gunning for Love

Gunning for Love

Another tale of misplaced love & lust from my comic collaborators and pals Tony Isabella & Diego Jourdan Pereira!

Original Vintage Art & Text

Art by King Ward from the Sheriff Sal story “The Gila Monster Murders” in Western Adventures #6, 1949. (Click link to read entire story.)

 

 

 

Transcript:

A cowgirl sheriff shoots a gun out of a man’s hand.

SHERIFF: Ain’t you ever gonna learn, sugah? Refined fillies like me are more impressed…by
respect and thoughtful-
ness…than the size of your gun!

BA-SHING!

1949 Art: Ward King Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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A cowgirl sheriff shoots a gun out of a man's hand.

SHERIFF: Ain’t you ever gonna learn, sugah? Refined fillies like me are more impressed...by
respect and thoughtful-
ness...than the size of your gun!

BA-SHING!

1949 Art: Ward King Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira
Guest Writer: Tony Isabella

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Saddle Sore Sex

Saddle Sore Sex

Artist unknown, but may be King Ward. From WESTERN LOVE TRAILS #7, 1949. Click comic to see larger version.

To read full story, go to: http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=24041

 

Transcript:

SCENE: Cowboy and cowgirl cuddling outside under a full moon and surrounded by rocks.

COWGIRL: Don’t forget! Next time we make out, it’s my turn to wear the spurs!

1949 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

John Lustig’s Last Kiss ©2017 Last Kiss Inc.

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SCENE: Cowboy and cowgirl cuddling outside under a full moon and surrounded by rocks.

COWGIRL: Don't forget! Next time we make out, it’s my turn to wear the spurs!

1949 Artist Unknown Re-Creation: Diego Jourdan Pereira

John Lustig’s Last Kiss ©2017 Last Kiss Inc.

Shootout at the Love’s OK Corral

Shootout at the Love’s OK Corral

Personally, I use my lawyer when I want to fight. But Sheriff Sal recommends a more physical way of settling disputes! See the original panel art below or read the entire 1949 story.

Art by Ward Kind from the Sheriff Sal story "The Gila Monster Murders" in Western Adventures #6, 1949.

Art by Ward King from the Sheriff Sal story “The Gila Monster Murders” in Western Adventures #6, 1949.

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SCENE: Sheriff Sal shoots the gun out of someone's hands.

SHERIFF SAL: You lose! This time
we’re having foreplay!

Art: King Ward Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

©2013 Last Kiss Inc

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Civilization? No Thanks!

Civilization? No Thanks!

Apparently, my inner John Wayne persona isn’t through writing Western gags. Coming this Friday, I’ll be giving you the Last Kiss version of the shootout at the OK Corral—sorta!

Listen up, ya lily-livered dude. This was originally published in Cowgirl Romances #2, 1950. Artist unknown.

Listen up, ya lily-livered dude. This was originally published in Cowgirl Romances #2, 1950. Artist unknown.

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SCENE: Headshot of a cowboy.

COWBOY: Civilization? No thanks! What’s next? marriage and baths?

Artist unknown Restoration & Color: Diego Jourdan Pereira

©2013 Last Kiss inc
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