*Western: John Albano and Tony DeZuniga’s co-creation, Jonah Hex, rocked the sedate pages of All-Star Western when he debuted in 1972; a scarred, brooding anti-hero, heavily influenced by the then-new trend of ‘spaghetti westerns’, he was a far cry from the squeaky-clean cowpokes who had previously hung around the DC corral. But he proved such a hit that All-Star Western was renamed Weird Western Tales with #12, headlining his adventures, and he gained his own eponymous series in 1977. We have issues of Jonah’s solo book ranging from #1 (FN+ £30, pictured) through to #54, casting a dark and grim shadow on the Western legend – no ‘shooting the guns out of the bad guys’ hands’ for our Jonah! As a bonus, we have the ‘first’ issue of the renamed Weird Western Tales, #12. Since then, he’s had his own film, and made appearances in other media, including the TV series Legends of Tomorrow – round up a few of his adventures and see what all the fuss is about!