The Lone Ranger rides again! Return with us to the old west, where one masked man and his faithful companion fought for justice. Four years after The Lone Ranger's broadcast debut, the popularity of the thrice-weekly radio series, prompted a short-lived series of pulp magazine stories. Trojan Publishing, which was also responsible for such pulp titles as Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective; Private Detective Stories and Spicy Detective Stories bought the magazine rights in 1937, and released the first issue of The Lone Ranger Magazine dated April 1937. After eight monthly issues, the final issue of the magazine was dated November 1937. The Lone Ranger returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
A Complete Novel
The Phantom Rider!
Featuring the hard ridin’ — fast shootin’ modern Robin Hood of the West — the Lone Ranger, his wonder horse “Silver” and Tonto.
A Little Killin’ — Rip-Roarin’ Short Story
by Lawrence A. Keating
Boomer Buckaroo — Rip-Roarin’ Short Story
by George C. Henderson
The Necktie Tree — Rip-Roarin’ Short Story
by Wayne Brooks
The Return of Black Malone — Rip-Roarin’ Short Story
by Charles A. Roberts
Brandin’ Time On the Ranch — Special Feature
by Wilton West
Lone Ranger Stamp Page — Department
Chuck Wagon Chats — Department