The Queen of the Rustlers
In this gun-slinging issue of Women Outlaws we find the following tales of the dangerous and seductive ladies of the West...
Kate Maxwell was the wildest woman in the West. She dealt cards from the bottom of the deck and could drink most men under a table. But when it came to stealing cattle and killing the cowboys that watched them, she earned the nickname of "Cattle Kate, The Queen of the Rustlers". The brains in the Chicago mob Jack knew too much, which was why Al Capone wanted him dead in "Jack Zuta, Chicago's Brutal Killer". A mobster kept his bootlegging business in the family in "Larry Baccia and His Five Brother Stooges" plus more and vintage advertisements.
First published in 1948, Women Outlaws reveals a no holds barred look at the leggy, bad girls of the Wild West. Don't be fooled by their seductive smiles because it may be the last thing you see.
Enjoy a nostalgic trip down memory lane with the best titles from the golden age of comics. Yojimbo Press has lovingly remastered these timeless classics with vivid color correction and image restoration.