A mute gunslinger fights in the defense of a group of outlaws and a vengeful young widow, against a group of ruthless bounty hunters.
Mighty Hercules goes in search of the seven lightning bolts of the god Zeus, which were stolen from Olympus by the gods - traitors.
The Indian called Copper Face is suspected to have stolen a large quantity of gold from a bank.
At the end of the Civil War, Jim Slade, a young confederate soldier and conscientious objector, returns to his ranch to find his parents murdered and the ranch practically destroyed. He finds and kills three of the murderers and learns the name of the fourth, a certain Corbett. Finally he discovers Corbett as the leader of a gang that has plans to rob a local bank and is invited to help defend the town from the bandits. Teaming with a preacher, who has an agenda of his own, the two take a stand against Corbett.
After a raid by one of the Mongol-Tatar tribes on the camp of their enemies, only a little girl with a typical Tatar name Tanya remained alive. The leader of the horde, one of whose villages was raided, picked her up and raised her in the spirit of warriors. After the death of her tutor, who was called another primordially Mongol name Igor, Tanya stood at the head of the horde and led her on a raid on the rich Chinese lands. But the leader of the tribe that once slaughtered the entire family of the current ruler of the Tatars, although he recognized the power of Tanya over himself, he clearly planned evil ...
Johnny was mentally traumatised when he witnessed as a child the killing of his father (a deserter) by a group of soldiers. As an adult he randomly kills every soldier he gets hold of, so that the army sends out the brutish Lieutenant Garringo to stop Johnny.