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21st Feb '17 2:14:08 PM Morgenthaler
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* The ''{{Desperadoes}}'' comic book

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* The ''{{Desperadoes}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Desperadoes}}'' comic book
21st Feb '17 2:13:52 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Man%27s_Land_%28manga%29 No Man's Land]]'', an OELManga by Jason [=DeAngelis=], throws TheLegionsOfHell in TheWildWest, and TheHero is a [[TheGunslinger gunslinging]] [[DemonSlaying demon]] [[TheHunter hunter]]. How this works out, we can't tell however, as the series was [[{{Cancellation}} cancelled]] after the second book.

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* ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No_Man%27s_Land_%28manga%29 No Man's Land]]'', an OELManga by Jason [=DeAngelis=], throws TheLegionsOfHell in TheWildWest, and TheHero is a [[TheGunslinger gunslinging]] [[DemonSlaying demon]] [[TheHunter demon hunter]]. How this works out, we can't tell however, as the series was [[{{Cancellation}} cancelled]] after the second book.
17th Feb '17 5:00:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Malifaux}}'' combines Weird Western elements with SteamPunk and GothicHorror.

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* ''{{Malifaux}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Malifaux}}'' combines Weird Western elements with SteamPunk and GothicHorror.



* The ''WildArms'' series has a Western-like setting, but includes fantasy and sci-fi elements such as [[FunctionalMagic spellcasting]] and robots.

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* The ''WildArms'' ''VideoGame/WildArms'' series has a Western-like setting, but includes fantasy and sci-fi elements such as [[FunctionalMagic spellcasting]] and robots.
30th Dec '16 9:31:40 AM nombretomado
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** Earlier in TheDCAU's timeline, ''BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had an episode about Batman trying to unravel one of Comicbook/RasAlGhul's plots by investigating its roots in the Old West, when Jonah Hex (who was also in the Justice Leage Unlimited episode) ran afoul of Ra's' son.

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** Earlier in TheDCAU's the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse's timeline, ''BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' had an episode about Batman trying to unravel one of Comicbook/RasAlGhul's plots by investigating its roots in the Old West, when Jonah Hex (who was also in the Justice Leage Unlimited episode) ran afoul of Ra's' son.
18th Dec '16 3:00:44 AM Rabukurafuto
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* ''Film/BloodRayneIIDeliverance'' was a movie about vampires set in the old west. Also contained the ridiculous line, "[[ShowdownAtHighNoon Get out of town before ]][[IncrediblyLamePun high midnight]]."[[note]]"High Moon" would have made a ''much'' better pun... or at least a [[SoBadItsGood smarmier]] one, if you believe there's no such thing as a good pun.[[/note]]

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* ''Film/BloodRayneIIDeliverance'' was a movie about vampires set in the old west. Also contained the ridiculous line, "[[ShowdownAtHighNoon Get out of town before ]][[IncrediblyLamePun ]][[{{Pun}} high midnight]]."[[note]]"High Moon" would have made a ''much'' better pun... or at least a [[SoBadItsGood smarmier]] one, if you believe there's no such thing as a good pun.[[/note]]
1st Dec '16 4:59:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Grim Prairie Tales'' fits this to a tee.

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* ''Grim Prairie Tales'' ''Film/GrimPrairieTales'' fits this to a tee.
1st Dec '16 4:57:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* Gemma Files' ''Literature/TheHexslingerSeries'', a post-Civil War trilogy about fallen preacher turned sorcerer Ash Rook, his sharpshooting {{Badass}} [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] [[StraightGay boyfriend]] Chess Pargeter, and the hell they unleash on the West when Rook makes a deal with [[spoiler: a fallen Mayan goddess]] to get the one thing his magic can't give him: [[spoiler: a way to save him and Chess from killing each other when Chess's magic awakes as well, since magicians can't co-exist or cooperate in this universe without sooner or later destroying each other]].

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* Gemma Files' ''Literature/TheHexslingerSeries'', a post-Civil War trilogy about fallen preacher turned sorcerer Ash Rook, his sharpshooting {{Badass}} [[TheGunslinger gunslinger]] [[StraightGay boyfriend]] Chess Pargeter, and the hell they unleash on the West when Rook makes a deal with [[spoiler: a fallen Mayan goddess]] to get the one thing his magic can't give him: [[spoiler: a way to save him and Chess from killing each other when Chess's magic awakes as well, since magicians can't co-exist or cooperate in this universe without sooner or later destroying each other]].
27th Nov '16 9:53:56 AM Psychopompos007
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* ''VideoGame/PulpAdventures'' has a mission in which the Lone Ranger and Tonto explore a Wild West town which population has been brainwashed by a cursed artifact buried nearby (a golden mask with telepathic abilities).
23rd Nov '16 12:00:20 PM Galacton
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There's SpaceWestern for [[TheWildWest The West]] [[AC: [[RecycledInSpace In Space!]]]], and there's CattlePunk for The West meets SteamPunk. The Weird West is the sister trope, for when The West meets [[SupernaturalFiction the supernatural]].

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There's SpaceWestern for [[TheWildWest The West]] [[AC: [[RecycledInSpace In Space!]]]], and there's CattlePunk for The West meets SteamPunk. The Weird West is the sister trope, for when The West meets [[SupernaturalFiction the supernatural]].
19th Nov '16 10:06:53 PM gunslingerofgilead
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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' is an odd case. While it's clearly on the science fiction side of the SpeculativeFiction spectrum, it also clearly isn't a SpaceWestern or CattlePunk. Rather, it's a collision of an AIIsACrapshoot thriller and a classical Western, making it fit more comfortably here than in an of the other speculative Western genres.

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* ''Series/{{Westworld}}'' is an odd case. While it's clearly on the science fiction side of the SpeculativeFiction spectrum, it also clearly isn't a SpaceWestern or CattlePunk. Rather, it's a collision of an AIIsACrapshoot thriller and a classical Western, making it fit more comfortably here than in an any of the other speculative Western genres.
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