Yang is basically Kwai-Chang Caine with an attitude, traversing the Old West righting wrongs and breaking skulls, while constantly falling in love with, and then getting betrayed by, his arch nemesis, Dragon Lady Yin.
The stories by Charlton's uber author Joe Gill are fun, but the real draw is the artwork of Warren Sattler. When I was a dumb kid, I know I would've hated Sattler's art, as at first glance, it may seem a bit generic and even slightly bland. But look closer and you'll see echoes of Kubert, Kurtzman and Thorne. There's a real stylist at work here, and a proper storyteller.
Sattler liked working at Charlton for the same reasons everybody else did: The wages were low, but the freedom was total and, like Jim Aparo, Sattler pencilled, lettered, inked and even wrote when given the chance.
So I like Yang. Sure, he's a bit one dimensional, but he doesn't take any crap, and the stories, like Yang himself, never slow down. Here he is, doing his bit for Women's Lib.