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Appearing in "The Train Robbery: Part 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Jim
  • Bob

Adversaries:

  • Mr. Lane (Death)
  • Scar

Other Characters:

  • Johnny
  • Jane

Synopsis for "The Train Robbery: Part 5"Edit

Western: Jim has gathered a posse from town to help track down Lane and the kids. Meanwhile, Jane and Johnny are led to a remote cabin where they are put under guard by two of Lane's men. They manage to escape, however, when the two guards get in a brawl over a card game.

Appearing in "Jousting"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Don Coyote

Supporting Characters:

  • Hamburger

Other Characters:

  • Hash

Synopsis for "Jousting"Edit

Hash comes up with a prank to pull when he sees Don and Hamburger jousting with bags of sand.

Appearing in "Castaway Island: Episode 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Dougal MacDougal

Supporting Characters:

  • Larry

Adversaries:

  • Blackface

Synopsis for "Castaway Island: Episode 5"Edit

The search for Sally reaches a dead end. MacDougal and Larry start to think of a new plan, when Blackface and his cohorts appear out of the brush with guns pointed.

Appearing in "Ol' Oz Bopp"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Oz Bopp

Other Characters:

  • Evelyn Bopp

Synopsis for "Ol' Oz Bopp"Edit

Oz has an annoying friend that tells corny jokes all day. When Evelyn tells Oz that he's coming over tonight, Oz takes measures to avoid seeing him.

Appearing in "Captain Quick: Episode 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

  • Don Pedro
  • Marjorie
  • Rodriguez

Synopsis for "Captain Quick: Episode 5"Edit

Continued from last issue. It appears Marjorie still loves Quick, but Captain Rodriguez needs to marry her so that he can rescue her father from the Inquisition. Meanwhile, up on deck the crew has spotted three spanish ships heading there way. Realizing that battle would be hopeless, Quick orders the raising of the white flag. Story continues next issue.

Appearing in "The Drew Mystery: Part 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Dale Daring

Supporting Characters:

  • Dick Sparks

Adversaries:

  • Stitch

Other Characters:

  • Dr. Millard

Synopsis for "The Drew Mystery: Part 3"Edit

Dale and Dick are able to track the criminals to a lone cabin by the lake. They hear the men question Dr. Millard. But one of the crooks sneaks up behind them and holds Dale and Dick at gunpoint. Story continues next issue

Appearing in "Knife Ambush: Part 6"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Cal
  • Alec

Adversaries:

  • Knife Ambush

Other Characters:

  • Ben
  • J. Aloysus Witherspoon

Synopsis for "Knife Ambush: Part 6"Edit

Cal and Alec split up once they're in town. They each gather up some recruits for the plan to catch Knife Ambush.

Appearing in "Rajah Maharajah: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Sandor

Supporting Characters:

  • Agra

Adversaries:

  • Rajah Maharajah

Synopsis for "Rajah Maharajah: Part 2"Edit

Sandor is caught by Rajah and his men. The witch-doctor says that he is to be sacrificed at sundown to Bagheera the leopard. The dog he rescued overhears this and quickly rushes off to tell his pack. As the sun goes down, Sandor can see the leopard start to slowly stalk towards him. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Needles Uses His Noodle"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Needles

Synopsis for "Needles Uses His Noodle"Edit

Needles starts building a rocket that will take him to the moon.

Appearing in "Andy Handy"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Andy Handy

Synopsis for "Andy Handy"Edit

Andy thinks about making a garden, but his back makes the digging difficult.

Appearing in "The St. Pierre Mystery: Part 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Maginnis

Other Characters:

  • Old Man Dubois

Synopsis for "The St. Pierre Mystery: Part 3"Edit

As Maginnis tends to Dubois gunshot wound, the man from before approaches them again and this time he tries to aim for Macginnis. But Dubois is able to reach for his own gun and shoot the would-be-murderer down. Unfortunately, this calls the other two criminals to their location.

Appearing in "She: Episode 1"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Horace Holly (First appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Leo Vincey (First appearance)

Adversaries:

  • She (First appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Job (First appearance)

Synopsis for "She: Episode 1"Edit

Adapted from the novel by H. Rider Haggard. Horace Holly, a not very attractive young man, becomes the adopted father of a little boy named Leo. The two became inseparable and did everything together. One day on his 25th birthday Leo learns from his biological father's message that he is the descendant of a man named Armenartas, whose mate was killed by an immortal high priestess known as 'She". And that he must continue the quest of She, which his father died trying to complete. Eager to get started, Leo, Horace, and their servant and friend Job, all sail out on a small vessel towards the priestess home island of Kor.

Appearing in "17-20 On the Black: Part 6"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Jim Gale

Adversaries:

  • Frog Morton

Other Characters:

  • Kim

Synopsis for "17-20 On the Black: Part 6"Edit

Continued from last issue. Still believing Jim to be tied up in the hold, Frog tells the first mate (actually Jim Gale in disguise) to dock at the harbor of Benito Bahia. Jim secretly trails Frog into the town. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "On Dolorosa Isle: Part 2"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Steve Conrad

Supporting Characters:

  • Myra Rutherford
  • Hugo Judd

Other Characters:

  • Sam
  • Keith Roland

Synopsis for "On Dolorosa Isle: Part 2"Edit

Continued from last issue. As Steve and his companions start to explore Dolorosa Island, they get caught in a tropical storm which drags Sam and Keith out to a rocky outcrop several miles away from the island. Steve, Myra, and Hugo search for their friends immediately after the storm, but find trouble with the natives instead. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Jibby"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Jibby

Synopsis for "Jibby"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "Rattlesnakes In the Bed"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Slim
  • Tex

Other Characters:

  • Miss Helen

Synopsis for "Rattlesnakes In the Bed"Edit

Tex throws a punch at Slim for putting rattlesnakes in his bed. Angrily, Slim searches the town to pay Tex back.

Appearing in "The Secret Cruise: Part 5"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ray
  • Gail

Other Characters:

  • Willie Gewgaw
  • Joe
  • Aunt Millie
  • Bill Gewgaw
  • Sir Ghaut

Synopsis for "The Secret Cruise: Part 5"Edit

Joe tells Willie about his Aunt Millie being eaten by sharks. Ray and Gail believe that his story sounds a little strange. Captain Gewgaw discovers that someone had stolen the map from his cabin, and that it was most likely Aunt Millie. Just as they are all heading back to Ray and Gail's cabin, they see Aunt Millie standing before them in her girdle asking where her clothes went. There is something mighty peculiar going on... Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "The Vikings: Episode 6"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ivar

Other Characters:

  • Haal (Death)

Synopsis for "The Vikings: Episode 6"Edit

Continued from last issue. Haal becomes Ivar's most trusted bodyguard after being bested by him in a duel. Ivar receives word that his new ships have been completed. Setting sail with his crew, Ivar starts his exploration of parts unknown. A storm separates Ivar's ship from the rest of his fleet,and Ivar himself is thrown overboard into the crashing waves. Not wasting a second, Haal jumps in after him and succeeds in pulling Ivar back to the safety of the ship, drowning in the process.

Appearing in "Goofo the Great"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Goofo

Other Characters:

  • Emily (First appearance)

Synopsis for "Goofo the Great"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

    Appearing in "King Arthur: Episode 4"Edit

Featured Characters:

Other Characters:

Synopsis for "King Arthur: Episode 4"Edit

King Arthur holds a jousting contest where he places gems from a golden crown up as the prize. A knight named Lancelot wins every match.

Appearing in "Heading South: Part 3"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Spiniker

Supporting Characters:

  • Captain Sternpipe

Synopsis for "Heading South: Part 3"Edit

Released for good behavior, Sternpipe joins Captain Spiniker on a short trip to Pheu Pheu island. A land, as Sternpipe discovers, known as much for it's beautiful island women as it is for it's lush plant-life.

Appearing in "Golden Dragon: Episode 1"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Ken Cockerhill (First appearance)
  • Ian Murray (First appearance)

Adversaries:

  • Torgadoff (First appearance)

Synopsis for "Golden Dragon: Episode 1"Edit

Ken and Ian are two adventurers who want to find Ghengis Khan's lost treasure. But when asking a visiting Mongolian named Torgadoff about it, he become enraged and attacks Ian, telling him he will be killed if he ever sets foot in Mongolia. A young Mongolian tells the two men that Torgadoff will very likely try to get even with them. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "Federal Men: Attack On Washington"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Steve Carson

Supporting Characters:

Locations:

Synopsis for "Federal Men: Attack On Washington"Edit

A massive war tank is on the rampage in Washington, D.C., and it's headed straight for the Capitol building! The masked terrorists force the President to give them a list of all the Federal Men. They then plan on using that list to track down and kill the most dangerous members, including Steve Carson. Story is continued next issue.

Appearing in "It`s a Dern Lie"Edit


  • Appearances not yet listed

Synopsis for "It`s a Dern Lie"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.



NotesEdit

  • The characters 'Sir Loin' and 'Cowhide' go through a change of name in this issue. Sir Loin becomes 'Don Coyote', and Cowhide becomes 'Hamburger.
  • Also, Sagebrush and Cactus become 'Cal' and 'Alec'.
  • This issue features another installment of Famous Poems Illustrated, this time: Kambalu, by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • A two-paged gag strip, "Jibby" by Vincent Sullivan, appears in this issue. It is unknown if the main character is Jibby Jones or not.
  • "Rusty" was drawn by Harold Sherman.
  • "Goofo the Great" once again makes an appearance by Russell Cole.
  • This issue sees continues the adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.


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