Dynamite's "Lone Ranger" Rides Into the Sunset
By The Editor
Nov 16, 2010 - 5:14
Is it the end of the line for The Lone Ranger when he and Butch Cavendish meet and do battle for the first and final time? Will The Lone Ranger destroy Cavendish and himself, or will he find a way to save both?
"Bringing this unique and personal version of The Lone Ranger to life has been an incredibly satisfying experience for me on a lot of levels," says writer Brett Matthews. "To collaborate with talents like John Cassaday, Sergio Cariello, Simon Bowland and Marcello Pinto over the last couple years has been a pleasure, and is a testament to both the character and their craft. I'm glad to call them my friends. My thanks to Dynamite Entertainment and especially the fans -- old and new -- for their support along the way. I'm proud of the story we told and the men John Reid and Tonto became while we rode along with them. Hi-Yo!"
"This is a bitter sweet moment for all of us at Dynamite Entertainment," says Dynamite President Nick Barrucci. "The Lone Ranger helped define Dynamite as a publisher who could produce commercially successful titles to one who could publish comics with critical acclaim. We knew that this day would come, and it's almost upon us. I cannot express enough the appreciation and respect that I have for Brett, John, Sergio, Dean (White), Marcello and Simon. They helped make this great story the best it could be. From the moment I first read Brett's script, to when the pages started coming in and seeing John's first covers, success or fail, this series would be a series to be proud of. It surpassed all expectations. All good things come to an end, and the journey to this great ending has been one of the proudest parts of our publishing history. Issue #25 will be the end of this great series. There will be more stories, but the creators who come next will have big boots to fill. Hi-O Silver!"
"Dynamite Entertainment has been a fantastic partner and together we are excited to present the conclusion to this very successful story arc in The Lone Ranger series," said Karyn Schneider, VP, Licensing, Classic Media. "As America's favorite hero of the Wild West, The Lone Ranger has captured fans' hearts and imaginations for generations, and this dramatic conclusion will be sure to inspire readers and new stories for many more years to come."
The Lone Ranger premiered as a last-ditch effort to save a depression-wracked Detroit radio station. Since the show's premiere broadcast on January 30, 1933, no other fictional Western hero has proved so enduring. More than 2,900 Lone Ranger radio programs were produced, as well as many movie serials, short stories, novels, feature films, phonograph records, newspaper strips and an astounding three million comic books. The Lone Ranger television series, begun in the late 1940's, consists of over 500 episodes. A new live-action feature film is currently in development with producer Jerry Bruckheimer and Walt Disney Pictures.
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