*Western: While not a ‘superstar’ akin to Kid Colt, Two-Gun Kid or the Rawhide Kid, Ringo Kid is well respected by Western aficionados, mainly because of the high quality of the artwork. Joe Maneely designed many striking covers for the 21-issue series (occasionally ‘subbed’ for by John Severin), but Maneely also drew most of the interiors, with occasional help from Fred Kida, resulting in a consistent ‘look’ to the black-clad vigilante’s adventures with his sidekick Dull Knife and his horse Arab. Ringo Kid never had a civilian name revealed, but was a mixed-race hero, having a Caucasian father and either a Comanche or Cheyenne mother (depending on who was scripting the book that month). We also never found out why he fought for justice, but, as the cover blurb on most later issues averred, ‘Ringo (is) the name that makes killers tremble!’. We have the entire 21-issue original issue series in stock, in a variety of grades. Depicted are #1 (FN/VF £125) and #17 (VF £54), but there are also many affordable ‘reading’ copies.