BOYS RANCH created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, was originally published by Harvey Comics, and later reprinted by Marvel.
The series lasted only six issues.
Kirby fans, if you've never seen this book, you're really missing something. If you think Kirby didn't start cutting loose with full pages and double-spread splash pages until his New Gods Fourth World series for DC, this book may shock you.
It's from Kirby's early days, but in many places, it looks like his work from a much later period. Take a look, look-takers! This issue, we present covers and original artwork from all six issues!
This text page from Boy's Ranch #1 tells the story...
BOY'S RANCH #1
Long before it became standard practice, each issue of Boy's Ranch
began with a beautiful full-page splash...
BOY'S RANCH #2
BOY'S RANCH #3
BOY'S RANCH #4
Every issue of Boy's Ranch routinely included at lesast one mind-blowing double-splash spread, a revolutionary concept in the Fifties.
BOY'S RANCH #5
BOY'S RANCH #6 - FINAL ISSUE
We conclude our look at Boy's Ranch
with an incredible double-splash spread from the title's final issue...