Western Crime Busters came on the scene in the spring of 1950 and lasted only 10 issues til the spring of 1952. Trojan Publications had a great concept going, sexy cowgirls in distress . . . every issue featured a Wilma West story and a K-Bar-Kate or Lariat Lucy story. Wilma's writers were hands down the more exciting, even if she did have a different artist and storyteller in nearly every issue - - - can't figure out why that would have been since K-Bar-Kate had the same writer and artist in every issue. In this story, an unscrupulous ranch owner notices that Wilma has oil on her property and assuming that she does not realize it, he offers to buy her land cheap. She refuses to sell, so he and his henchman kidnap Wilma, tie her up and try to force her to sign over her deed -- a very unlikely story, but makes for great DID art.
In the process, the baddies grab her from her horse, manhandle her, knock her upside the head, tie her on a horse, take her to a barn and tie her to a wall. Wilma's ranch hand tries to help his boss-lady, and gets shot in the arm. He escapes to summon the sheriff and his deputies, who break in and rescue the helpless Wilma. Wilma is great to look at, but has no superpowers like all old west cowgirls. I think there is a lot here to enjoy . . . so have fun.