Compadres #2

A multi-media gen zine for TV series with buddies and teams. A special all-Western issue

Decisions (by Lana G. Merkel) Paradise. Ethan has a tough choice to make, and he seeks out some advice from John Taylor. (4)

Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (by Paula Smus) Alias Smith and Jones. Heyes and Curry have split up, but Fate has other plans for the partners. (16)

Honor Among Thieves (by Carol Mingst) Alias Smith and Jones. Heyes and Curry find themselves involved in the most unusual circumstances... (34)

Cannon Ball Outlaw (by Cheryl Benson) Alias Smith and Jones and F-Troop. When a stray cannon ball has one of the F-Troop thinking he's one of the most successful outlaws in the history of the West, what's a real outlaw to do? (5)

Rendezvous in Purgatory (by Lydia Saylor) Alias Smith and Jones. When Heyes and the Kid are forced to split up, everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. (41)

Seen Through the Eyes of Strangers (by Krista Lebednik) Big Valley. Heath's having a hard time with the Holidays, but a young man and his family are there to help. (13)

Family Matters (by Dakotah) Alias Smith and Jones, Big Valley, and Lancer. The Barkleys and the Lancers are feuding, and Heyes and Curry are caught in the middle. Can the two ex-outlaws uncover the truth before both families lose a son? (55)

The Crossing (by Jeanine Sorel) Bordertown. Jack is visited by a woman from his past, a gypsy who brings more than bad memories. (16)

Survival of the Stubbornest (by Dakotah) Bordertown. Jack Craddock is a damned hard man to kill, especially when Clive's around! (35)

The Beginning (by Jill Collins) The Young Riders. Buck is heading to Sweetwater to join the Pony Express and the last thing he expected to find is a mute boy along the way. (20)

Ike's Burro (by Jill Collins) The Young Riders. Some boys just have to have a pet, but putting Ike and burro together is just asking for trouble! (10)

The Last Bullet (by Valerie DeVries) The Young Riders. The Indians were warring and Kid sees the terrible results. When he can't put a suffering man out of his misery, he has a crisis of conscience. (19)

Plus poetry by Lynn Gill, Sue-Anne Hartwick, Carol MelAmbassador, Lana G. Merkel, and Jeanine Sorel. Art work by Jill Collins, Lana G. Merkel, Pamela Sherlock, and Mary Wheeler.

262 pages. $10 for PDF version with color cover.

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