The story itself is a fairly simple one. The Lone Ranger and his new partner Tonto ride around and enact some brutal Old West-style justice. Along for the ride is a desperate young man who may not be as helpless as he seems. Longtime Ranger fans may still be shocked at the level of violence contained within these pages. As for me, I think the extra blood only accentuates the book's more realistic tone. The only real complaint I'd lodge against it is the blazingly fast time it took me to finish the issue. Due in part to the preponderance of wordless panels, it's a short read for $3. Still, this week alone I've made several much worse spending decisions at my local comic shop. Ride with the Lone Ranger and he'll never steer you wrong. Read Full Review
While the Ranger and Tonto grow into their roles as tamers of the lawless. Butch Cavendish reverts back to his simple badman days. You can put a suit on a murderer, but he still will be a murderer. Read Full Review
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