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Wyatt Earp v2 #7 - Russ Manning art


Wyatt Earp v2 #7, 1959 - In the first feature, the devious brother of a local businessman steals a cart full of buffalo hides from the indians. With the exception of some bulky clouds on page 13, Russ Manning maintains a high level of draftsmanship. His second tale, of an accused cattle rustler jumping bail, is equally arresting. Though the artist's depiction of Native Americans is a first on this title, he captures their ethnic features better than most. Manning draws four more individual pages with no loss in effort or quality. This is number 7 of 13 Wyatt Earp issues with Manning art and/or covers.
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"Indian Sundown" Manning story pencils and inks 16 pages = ***
"The Reputable Rustler" Manning story pencils and inks 10 pages = ***
"The Black Cloud" Manning text illo pencils and inks 1 page = ***
"What Makes a Lawman" Manning story pencils and inks 1 page = ***
"Diversion in Dodge City" inside back cover Manning story pencils and inks (black and white) = ***
"Wyatt's Search for Gold" back cover Manning pencils and inks = ***

Russ Manning
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