Bill Black and AC Comics have reprinted so many comics over the years that it can be a bit tough distinguishing the Golden Age 'greats' from the Golden Age 'so-sos'. Let me assure you that this one belongs in the former category and not the latter. I have developed a lot of love for Bob Powell in recent years, and he's in his prime here. Powell and scripter Gardner Fox made for quite the team. Two of the stories here star the Lemonade Kid; a great strip that ran in Bobby Benson's B-Bar-B Riders in the early 50s. The pages are alive with action and great characters. The cover is taken from the interior splash page from B-Bar-B #4, rather than the cover from that issue. This issue also includes a Red Hawk story from the very under appreciated Straight Arrow series. I found this in a dollar bin and it was a great way to get a taste for what Magazine Enterprises was doing in the western genre during the 50s. Bob Powell died at too young an age, but it's nice that his legacy lives on in an affordable package.