Apache Skies

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Apache Skies
Cover of Apache Skies 1 (September 2002). Art by Leonardo Manco.
Publication information
Publisher MAX (Marvel Comics)
Schedule Monthly
Format Limited series
Genre
Publication date September – December 2002
Number of issues 4
Main character(s) Apache Kid
Rawhide Kid
Creative team
Writer(s) John Ostrander
Artist(s) Leonardo Manco
Letterer(s) Paul Tutrone
Colorist(s) Leonardo Manco
Editor(s) Tom Brevoort
Collected editions
Apache Skies ISBN 0-7851-1086-0

Apache Skies is a four-issue comic book limited series, published in 2002 by Marvel Comics as a part of that company's MAX imprint. The series was written by John Ostrander and drawn by Leonardo Manco.

The series was a sequel to 2000s Blaze of Glory.

Plot summary[edit]

After the death of the Apache Kid, the Rawhide Kid joins forces with the new Apache Kid to find the killer.

Collected editions[edit]

It was published in a collected trade paperback as Apache Skies (ISBN 0-7851-1086-0) in 2002.

Awards[edit]

Apache Skies received the "Best Limited Comics Series" Squiddy award in 2002.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 2002 Squiddy Awards at the Comic Book Awards Almanac

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