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Four Color Comics (1942) - #404
"The Range Rider #1"
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  Writer(s):
(Unknown Creator)

Penciller(s):
Sparky Moore

Inker(s):
Sparky Moore

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Cover Date: June 1952
Cover Price: US $ 0.10

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Notes:
Although the cover title is The Range Rider Comics, the indicia title omits the word Comics. Sparky Moore was the penciller/inker for every story, except where indicated.

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Range Rider
  Dick West

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Penciller(s):
Till Goodan

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Till Goodan

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Synopsis:
Not strictly a piece of sequential art, this one-pager was on the interior front cover and consisted of a couple of illustrations plus hand-lettered text. It explained the nature of the Butterfield Overland Stage line.

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For all intents and purposes the Range Rider origin story, "Monster of the Desert" explains how Dick West and he formed a partnership.

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The first of two main stories in the book. 16 pages.

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Synopsis:
Dick and the Range Rider come across a man who's been fatally wounded. With his dying breath, he leads the pair to find his killers. As they follow the trail, they discover that the man has been the victim of a gang of bandits who are planning to hit the bank in Rio Hondo. With the help of the local sheriff, the two spring a trap on the would-be bank robbers.

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The second of two main stories in the book. 16 pages.

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