Cowboy Western #67 - Al Williamson art

Cowboy Western v1 #67, 1958 - Rather than print the truth, a newspaper editor buckles under the threat of the town bully. Al Williamson uses much of the same motifs as his other works for Charlton. Brushstroked backgrounds, silhouettes and floating heads abound. However, the story does contain a tad more detail and clarity. Shadows and highlights are more purposeful, increasing depth and overall drama. Angelo Torres, a frequent collaborator, deserves equal credit for the inking. Other artists in this issue include Joe Maneely, Sal Trapani and Nicholas Alascia. Starting next issue, this series continues as Wild Bill Hickok and JinglesThis is number 1 of 1 Cowboy Western issues with
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"Gunshy Editor" Williamson story pencils (Angelo Torres inks) 5 pages = ***

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