"Her name is Comanche, and she runs her ranch, Triple Six, with the help of cowboys, an Indian, a black and a collection of repentant outlaws, including the notorious Red Dust. Obviously, things don't always go as Comanche would like... A classic Western series."
A lone cowboy rides into town and all hell breaks loose... Sound familiar? Here is yet another take on the beloved Wild West trope, complete with corrupt law enforcement officers, a town drunk, guns for hire, a brave young woman trying to hold on to her failing ranch, vicious people with wealth and power trying to take it from her, a couple of cow-herders, and a colorful cast of characters with names like Red Dust, Ten Gallons, and of course... Comanche.
Just when the Triple Six Ranch is finally back up and running, disaster strikes in the form of a potential Indian uprising: the local Cheyenne tribe has not been receiving the food supplies promised by the U.S. government, and decides to steal Comanche's cattle. As Red Dust goes searching for answers to try to prevent a violent war, Comanche is held hostage, the men from the railroad get fidgety waiting for their meat, and the boys from the ranch make a reckless decision.
When the notorious Dobbs brothers are foiled in their attempt to attack the stagecoach and ride off with the ranchers' gold, they vow to get the money at all cost. Before long, both the gang of brothers and the entire Triple Ranch crew, accompanied by a mysterious preacher who's awfully good with a six-shooter, are on the trail of one man... the mule-riding, whiskey-drinking Pharaoh Colorado, whose saddlebags are filled with gold and whose flask is tragically empty. Maybe he can just make a quick stop at the cabin of Trapper Hans for a swig of hooch.... Little does he know, that cabin is about to become the scene of much more than a few rounds between friends, as darkness descends and a deadly showdown grows imminent.
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