Ringo #28

Published
February 1974
Page count
68
Cover price
0.25 AUD
Colour
Black & white
Size
Standard size
Interior paper
Newsprint
Cover stock
Glossy colour
Binding
Saddle-stitched
Format
Comic series
Branding
None

Credits

Editing
?

Issue contents Hide all

Show/hide Cover Untitled Cover, 1 page

"Big River Lawman"

Featuring

Genre
Western-Frontier

Credits

Painting
Frank McCarthy
Letters
typeset

Reprint history

First print
Unknown
Compare
Frank McCarthy [Flash Flood] (1955)
Show/hide 1. The Revolutionaries (Ringo) Comic story, 20 pages

Featuring

Feature
Ringo
Genre
Western-Frontier
Characters
Ringo; Georgie Perez; Diego Perez; Walt Perez

Credits

Script
Manuel Medina
Art
Carlos Giménez
Editing
? (original editor)
Selecciones Ilustradas (syndication)

Reprint history

First print
Chile
El Jinete Justiciero (Zig-Zag, 1966 series) v19#905 (March 1968)
Los Revolucionarios
Also printed
Australia
Ringo (Sport Magazine, 1967 series) #4 (June 1968)
The Revolutionaries
 
Norway
Fantomet (Romanforlaget, 1966 series) uke 17 1971 (uke 17 1971)
De revolusjonære
 
Spain
Gringo (IMDE, 1970 series) #21 (March 1972)
Los revolucionarios

Synopsis

Near Roble Viejo, Ringo saves Georgie Perez from drowning. Soon after, the boy is kidnapped and Ringo goes to the rescue with his father, Diego Perez. It's a scheme to trap Gringo, organised by a group of revolutionaries led by Walt Perez to gain respect. Georgie sets Ringo free, but the boy is bitten by a scorpion as they escape. Walt must give up his freedom to seek help, but ultimately Ringo argues his case to the sheriff.

Show/hide 2. [A Man dies for Nothing] (Sunday) Comic story, 24 pages

"Someone gets ready to deliver a mercy shot…"

Featuring

Feature
Sunday
Genre
Western-Frontier
Characters
Colonel Sunday; "Swift" Slade; Smiler McIver; Zelda Gardener; Pearl Slade; Brumell; Chet

Credits

Script
Victor Mora
Art
Víctor de la Fuente
Editing
? (original editor)
Selecciones Ilustradas (syndication)

Reprint history

First print
France
Pistes Sauvages (A&V, 1972 series) #4 (April 1972)
Pauvre Slade
Also printed
Portugal
Modernos da Banda Desenhada (Portugal Press, 1973 series) #2 (October 1973)
Rápido Slade
 
Portugal
Modernos da Banda Desenhada (Portugal Press, 1973 series) #2 (October 1973)
 
Australia
Ringo (KG Murray, 1974 series) #28 ([February 1974?])
 (Episode 5)
 
Italy
Lanciostory (Eura Editoriale, 1975 series) v3#23 (June 1977)
Episode 5
 
Italy
Lanciostory (Eura Editoriale, 1975 series) v3#23 (June 1977)
 
Spain
Saloon (Hitpress, 1981 series) #5 (1981)
Un Hombre Muere Por Nada
 
Spain
Saloon (Hitpress, 1981 series) #5 (1981)
 (Un Hombre Muere Por Nada)
 
Norway
Colt (Semic, 1978 series) Feb 1984 (Feb 1984)
[Gwendolyn - Episode 5]
 
Norway
Colt (Semic, 1978 series) Feb 1984 (Feb 1984)
 
Spain
Sunday (Glénat, 2006 series) (2006)
 (Un Hombre Muere Por Nada)

Synopsis

On a stage coach, Sunday meets Zelda Gardner and an old army colleague, "Swift" Slade, who is seeking revenge against McIver for stealing his wife. McIver controls the town and Slade is killed soon after he arrives, with witnesses swearing it was self-defense. Sunday and Zelda have seen too much and McIver orders them killed, but Sunday gets Zelda to a safe location. Sunday goes to bring McIver to justice, but saves his life when Pearl Slade seeks revenge. McIver allows Sunday to leave with Pearl and after making sure she is safe, Sunday returns to Zelda.

Notes

This is episode 5. This printing is untitled.

Show/hide 3. The Treasure (Ringo) Comic story, 20 pages

Featuring

Feature
Ringo
Genre
Western-Frontier
Characters
Ringo; Dario; Captain Karl; Tony; Basilio

Credits

Script
Manuel Medina
Art
Carlos Giménez
Editing
? (original editor)
Selecciones Ilustradas (syndication)

Reprint history

First print
Portugal
O Mundo de Aventuras (Aguiar & Dias, 1949 series) #951 (December 1967)
O Tesouro
Also printed
Australia
Ringo (Sport Magazine, 1967 series) #5 ([September 1968?])
 (The Treasure)
 
Australia
Ringo (Sport Magazine, 1967 series) #5 ([September 1968?])
The Treasure
 
Spain
Gringo (IMDE, 1970 series) #20 (February 1972)
El tesoro  (The Treasure)
 
Spain
Gringo (IMDE, 1970 series) #20 (February 1972)
 (El tesoro)
 
France
Totem (A&V, 1970 series) #14 (November 1973)
La chasse au trésor  (La chasse au trésor)
 
France
Totem (A&V, 1970 series) #14 (November 1973)
 (La chasse au trésor)
 
Australia
Ringo (KG Murray, 1974 series) #28 ([February 1974?])
 (The Treasure)

Synopsis

On the orders of the Emperor Maximilian, Captain Karl is transferring a treasure from Mexico to Austria. Tony plots to steal the treasure, but first imprisons Ringo so he can’t interfere. Ringo escapes and follows to finds a second group of Mexicans have captured Tony’s group and the treasure chests. But Ringo had learned Captain Karl’s chests are a decoy full of sand, with the real treasure transferred by sea.

Show/hide 4. Look for These Exciting Planet Comics [First logo] Promo (ad from the publisher), 1 page

"Look for these exciting Planet Comics at any newsagent or bookstall"

Details

Printed
1973 to 1975
Genre
Superhero
More...
Look for These Exciting Planet Comics [First logo]

Notes

Image is based on DC 100-Page Super Spectacular 6, 1971 (Pencils: Neal Adams; Inks: Neal Adams).


Notes

Read more about Ringo and Sunday.

Status

AusReprints ID

  • 35300

Entry created

  • 27/08/2009

Cover added

  • 19/12/2015

Index completed

  • 27/08/2009

Last updated

  • 15/06/2016