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"A Fistful of Bastiches: Fraggin' Train!": This Elseworlds Annual features a series of non-continuity stories that are pastiches of many famous Western movies and television programs.



Appearing in "A Fistful of Bastiches: Fraggin' Train!"

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Other Characters:

  • Settlers
    • Old Timer (unnamed)
  • Native Americans (unnamed)

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Items:

  • Gatling Gun

Vehicles:

  • Canvas Wagons
  • Horseback

Synopsis for "A Fistful of Bastiches: Fraggin' Train!"

This Elseworlds Annual features a series of non-continuity stories that are pastiches of many famous Western movies and television programs.

The wagonmaster leads a wagon train through the harsh desert, destination: Sweetwater Valley. However they encounter the local tribe who refuse the offering of paltry trinkets, extorting them instead for all their alcohol. To avoid any additional costs in the future, Lobo slaughters them all with a gatling gun while they're in a drunken state.

Appearing in "Geronibo!"

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  • Native Americans (unnamed)
  • Settlers
  • Sky-Spirit (Mentioned only)

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Items:

  • Gatling Gun

Vehicles:

  • Horseback

Synopsis for "Geronibo!"

Hearing of the massacre of his people, Chief Geronibo asks the Sky-Spirit for guidance. He is immediately struck by lightning and, by assumption, prepares for war. Upon attacking the settlers, they too are outmatched by the gatling guns. Geronibo lies riddled with bullets and questions why the Sky-Spirit would allow this. Another bolt of lightning leaves nothing but ash and bone.

Appearing in "Frag 'Em High!"

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  • Lynch Mob (Dies)

Other Characters:

  • Billy the Kid (Dies)
  • Liberty Valance (Dies)
  • The man who shot Liberty Valance
  • Townswoman (unnamed)

Locations:

Items:

  • Noose

Vehicles:

  • Horseback

Synopsis for "Frag 'Em High!"

A lynch mob tries to hang a man for cheating at cards. As the noose tightens, the sheriff intervenes, gunning the angry men down. The victim thanks the sheriff for saving his life, only to be executed himself once he reveals himself to be Billy the Kid, wanted dead or alive.

Appearing in "The Lone Fragger and Tontbo!"

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  • Bank Robbers (unnamed)

Other Characters:

  • The man that shot Liberty Valance. (Dies)
  • The man that shot the man that shot Liberty Valance.

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Vehicles:

  • Horseback

Synopsis for "The Lone Fragger and Tontbo!"

The age of the vigilante. The masked heroes The Lone Fragger and Tontbo gun down a gang of bank robbers.

Appearing in "Workin' on th' Railroad!"

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  • Railway Worker #1

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  • Railway Worker #2 (Dies)

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Synopsis for "Workin' on th' Railroad!"

Whist hammering railroad spikes into the transcontinental line, one worker becomes irritated with another worker's singing. Refusing to stop his annoying tune, the first worker hammers his head into the tracks.

Appearing in "Fistful of Frag!"

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  • Rancher #1 (unnamed) (Dies)
  • Rancher #2 (unnamed) (Dies)

Locations:

  • American Old West
    • Idabo (Mentioned only)
    • Aribona (Mentioned only)
    • Dabota (Mentioned only)
    • New Mexibo (Mentioned only)
    • Colorabo (Mentioned only)
    • Bohio (Mentioned only)
    • Mississippi (Mentioned only)
    • Chicago

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  • Steam Train

Synopsis for "Fistful of Frag!"

Two rival ranchers hired bounty hunters to take each other out. On his arrival, Th' Man with No Name turns out to be hired by both parties. He shoots them both before leaving as abruptly as he arrived.

Appearing in "Treasure of Sierra Lobo!"

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  • Prospector (unnamed) (Dies)

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Items:

  • Bowie Knife
  • Gold

Vehicles:

  • Pack mules

Synopsis for "Treasure of Sierra Lobo!"

An old prospector meets a stranger on the way down the mountain. When the old man tries to defend his saddlebags laden with gold, he gets a knife embedded in his skull. The thief then adds the pack mule to his collection.

Appearing in "Bo-Nanza!"

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  • Paw Cartwright
  • Adam Cartwright
  • Hoss Cartwright
  • Chippies (Dies)

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  • Horseback
  • Horse-drawn buggy

Synopsis for "Bo-Nanza!"

Paw Cartwright strikes it rich, and celebrates by loosing his virginity to three working girls. Nine months later however they arrive on his doorstep with three boys. Paw raised those boys to adulthood by himself, Adam, Hoss and Little Boe. He explains to them that when he's gone, Adam will be first in line, then Hoss, followed by Boe. Too impatient, Boe decides to claim his inheritance then and there.

Appearing in "For a Few Frags More!"

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  • "Tuco" (unnamed) (Dies)
  • "Angel Eyes" (unnamed) (Dies)

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  • Music box

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Synopsis for "For a Few Frags More!"

It's a three-way Mexican standoff between Th' Man with No Name, "Angel Eyes" and "Tuco." The Man sets up a music box and tells them to fire when the music stops. When Hell breaks loose, it is Tuco who is targeted by the other two. The Man then hands over the box to Angel Eyes and walks away, allowing enough time to be out of range of the explosion.

Appearing in "The Main Man on th' Prairie!"

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  • Laura Ingalls (Dies)
  • Caroline Ingalls (unnamed) (Dies)

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Synopsis for "The Main Man on th' Prairie!"

Laura brings her new friend, Little Bo, to introduce him to her mother. Little Bo offers them a gift before leaving. On his way out, Bo kills their goat just before Walnut Grove goes up in flame.

Appearing in "The Good, the Bad and the Bastich!"

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  • "Sister Sara" (unnamed)
  • Jimbo (Dies)
  • Billy the Rat (Dies)

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Synopsis for "The Good, the Bad and the Bastich!"

A "nun" holds Jimbo at gunpoint, forcing him to unearth an unknown grave, in which the buried coffin contains purloined wealth. But a third party sneaks up on them. Billy the Rat shoots Jimbo in the back before taking the woman's disguise, and making her finish the job. When the coffin is finally opened, Billy finds a fourth party hiding inside waiting to blow him away. Th' Man with No Name then offers the scantily clad woman if she'd like to help him spend the reward money. They walk off into the sunset together.

Appearing in "Boklahoma!"

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  • Corn farmers (Dies)
  • The man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot Liberty Valance (Mentioned only)

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Vehicles:

  • Stagecoach

Synopsis for "Boklahoma!"

As the corn farmers are harvesting their crop, they inadvertently wake up Annie Boakley sleeping in the back of their wagon. She opens fire on all the happy-go-lucky townsfolk before returning to her siesta.

Appearing in "Gunfight at the Karaoke Corral!"

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Other Characters:

  • Butch Cassidy
  • Undertaker (unnamed)
  • The man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot Liberty Valance.

Locations:

Items:

  • Megaphone

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Synopsis for "Gunfight at the Karaoke Corral!"

During kakaoke night at the local saloon, Butch Cassidy is booed off stage when singing, A Cowboy Needs a Horse. Wild Bo Hickock takes his place, singing the Theme from Rawhide, but he too is replaced by Buffalo Bo singing, Ghost Riders in the Sky. Once again the song is interrupted, this time by Comancherbo, inciting a bar fight which no one survives. When the undertaker arrives to claim the corpses, he pauses to pick up the megaphone and sings, Six More Miles to the Graveyard.

Appearing in "The Fragnificent Seven!"

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  • The Fragnificent Seven (unnamed)
  • Gina
  • The man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot Liberty Valance (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • Mexico
    • Peasant Town (unnamed)

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Synopsis for "The Fragnificent Seven!"

A small Mexican town hires seven gringos to protect them from the desperadoes led by Pancho Lobo. They work hard to fortify the town and train the men. When the bandits arrived, they pulled the leader down from his horse and beat him to death, or so they thought. It was a decoy, and the real Pancho Lobo was disguised as the horse. Revealing himself, brandishing a large gatling gun, Lobo destroyed all the men in sight before hitting the cantina.

Appearing in "Custer's Last Stand!"

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  • Sitting Bo

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Synopsis for "Custer's Last Stand!"

While General Custer is indulging in feminine company, a native surreptitiously sneaks up to the roof, throwing a bundle of dynamite through the window.

Appearing in "The Man Who Shot the Man!"

Featured Characters:

  • Th' man who blew up th' man who shot the man who shot th' man et-fraggin'-cetera right up ta Liberty fraggin' Valance

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Villains:


Other Characters:

  • The man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot Liberty Valance (Dies)
  • The man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot the man who shot who shot the man who shot Liberty Valance (Dies)
  • Saloon patron (unnamed)

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Shot the Man!"

The running gag come to a close as the final gunslinger bumps into the wrong saloon patron.

Appearing in "High Lanes Drifter!"

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  • Horseback
  • Semi Truck and Trailer

Synopsis for "High Lanes Drifter!"

A lone desperado, the last of his kind, rides over the vast open desert, through a gap in the majestic rock faces and into the sunset... er... or rather, oncoming traffic.

Appearing in "How the West Was Fragged!"

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  • Atomic Gun

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Synopsis for "How the West Was Fragged!"

With the passing decades the Old West becomes a fleeting memory. Technology continues advancing until Professor Bo Boppenheimer succeeded in splitting the atom. Satisfying his own curiosity he fires his atomic gun at the unstable atom, creating the biggest explosion ever known, and destroying the Earth.

Notes

  • This book was first published on May 24, 1994.
  • No special notes.

Trivia

  • "The Fragnificent Seven" was also the title to Lobo (Volume 2) #7.
  • In Chapter 9; A Few Frags More, one of the tombstones reads, "Snake" Plissken.



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