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Silverado by Logan Winters1
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"A Master Magician in the Old West"

"For years and time unknown, the Master Magician Doctor Spectros has pursued the evil conjurer Blackschuster. Sometime, Blackschuster and his savage cohort abducted Spectros' only love, the beautiful Kirstina. They keep her in suspended sleep inside a crystal coffin. now in the old West, Spectros is closing in. Accompanying Spectros in his rattling medicine wagon are a slim, handsome gunslinger and ladies' man, Ray Featherskill; a mute giant named Montak; and a timeless eastern Moor, Inkada. There is also Spectros' magnificent, silver-maned stallion, Khamsin. But Blackschuster cleverly eludes them, and Spectros is forced to use his ultimate weapon of wizardry: for short periods of time, Spectros is able to physically change himself into Kid Soledad, the King of All Gunfighters! And the showdown is on!"


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