Skywald Publications was to Warren Publications as Marvel was to DC. Founded by Sol Brodsky and Isreal Wadlman, Skywald specialized in low-budget, black and white horror comics magazines. They also branched out into four-color comics.
"The short-lived color comic-book line, edited by Brodsky, comprised the Western titles Blazing Six-Guns, The Bravados, Butch Cassidy, The Sundance Kid, and Wild Western Action; the romance title Tender Love Stories; the horror series The Heap; and Jungle Adventures. These each were combinations of new material and reprints. Contributors, in addition to some of those noted above, include Dick Ayers, Mike Friedrich, Jack Katz, John Severin, and John Tartaglione. Notably, The Sundance Kid #1-2 (June-July 1971) contained Jack Kirby Western reprints from Bullseye #2-3 (Oct. & Dec. 1954).
None of the comics lasted more than three issues."
Who knows what might have come of this dead-before-it-started series? From Wild Western Action #1, March 1971. Here's the debut of "The Bravados" by Len Wein with art by Syd Shores and Mike Esposito.