Old West Insults
  • He made an ordinary fight look like a prayer meetin’.
  • He was mean enough to steal a coin off a dead man’s eyes.
  • He has teeth so crooked he could eat corn on the cob through a picket fence.
  • She’s so ugly, she could back a buzzard off a gut-wagon.
  • She’s so ugly, she’d make a freight train take a dirt road!
  • He’s as crazy as popcorn on a hot stove.
  • His knife’s so dull it wouldn’t cut hot butter.
  • He had a ten dollar Stetson on a five-cent head.
  • He’s as slow as molasses in January.

For more colorful insults, check out Old West Legends


Witches Of Moonlight Falls (Season 5): Part 6}

- Saloon Tarot Cards -

Oh no! Genevieve is an unhappy spirit and she wants revenge on happy souls. The witching hour approaches Armadillo, the Cat & Shadow was nearly empty due to Callista’s terrible singing. A few customers await a better performance. 
Edgar: “Susanna, why not have your solo before everyone leaves.”
Callista: “Can’t I do a solo?”
Susanna: “You had your time and you scared everyone away. You can’t sing.”
Maxine: “How about we deal the deck? Tarot cards are up and ready…”
Suddenly another presence is felt
{ { { Genevieve: “You left him to die, you shall all pay!” } } }
Everyone froze.
Callista: “Did y’all hear that…”
Maxine: “Look! The candle flames gone purple!”
Susanna: “Quickly, blow it out right now!”
Edgar: “Where did that voice come from?”
The tarot cards are one of that few magical objects that are in the brothel… Turns out they belonged to Genevieve Beauchanan! Using them has released her spirit!! She must find a vessel!

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Dearly Beloved, let’s talk about KINGSWAY WEST.

Written by greg-pak (Action Comics, Storm, Planet Hulk) and drawn by Mirko Colak, this ain’t your grandpa’s wild wild west. 

The main character is KINGSWAY LAW, a tough son of a gun who has to navigate the Wild Wild West while searching for his wife. Along the way he mixes it up with a whole host of peoples, based on the rich culture of the American Wild West, including 

“ Chinese miners and railroad workers,” 

“the Buffalo Soldiers” 

“the Native Americans” 

“the vaqueros and Californios.”

If you’ve ever read or watched a Western, and wondered where all the people of color are, this book is for you. 

If you’ve ever read a Western and wondered where all the magic and dragons are, this book is for you.

PREORDER HERE: http://gregpak.com/preorder/

Then come pick it up at Fantom Comics in Washington DC, and discuss it with us during our monthly WEIRD WESTERN book club!!!!