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Ringo Kid #13 - Al Williamson art


Ringo Kid v1 #13, 1956 - After hearing of a marshal's retirement, two thieves descend upon  his territory to take advantage. A full page view of an idyllic ranch opens this Al Williamson tale. Spaciously drawn, it could have benefited from a few more details. Regardless, the scenes throughout are roomy and varied. Combining framed and unframed panels, Williamson maintains interest and depth within a minimal page count. Other artists in this issue include Fred Kida and Joe Maneely (cover). This is number 2 of 2 Ringo Kid issues with Williamson art/and or covers.
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"Where Larrabee Rode" Williamson story pencils and inks 4 pages = ***

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