*Western: Two very different series from Marvel’s Corral this week: Ghost Rider, the all-new Western superhero merrily shoplifted from the 1950s series published by a different company, blazed a brief trail across the firmament before being reinvented as the Phantom Rider once Johnny Blaze came on the scene. In his seven issues, he fought quite a Rogue’s Gallery: the Cougar, Tarantula, Sting-Ray, and Native American anti-hero the Flaming Star, to name a few. We have issues #2 to #7 of his series new in. A few years later, Marvel decided to try a stealth relaunch of one of their own 1950s properties, the Ringo Kid; the 1970-launched series reprinted vintage but classy artwork by Severin, Maneely and others, and proved so successful that Marvel started producing all-new Ringo Kid tales – at which point sales plummeted, and they had to revert to the reprints! Oops. Issues #2 to #6, and #9 to #19 of Ringo Kid now in stock.