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66pgs-no ibc,bc only
From the JVJ collection

Issue: #4
Published: June 1937, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: William Cook
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Pre-Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Caveman Cowboy
Featuring: Buck Bush
Credits: Pencils: Joseph E. Buresch | Inks: Joseph E. Buresch

Table Of Contents (1 page) Table Of Contents
Credits: Pencils: Joseph E. Buresch | Inks: Joseph E. Buresch

Comic Story (7 pages) The Caveman Cowboy
Featuring: Buck Bush
Synopsis: A city girl comes to town looking for a tough guy to romance, and sets her sights on Buck Bush.
Credits: Script: Joseph E. Buresch (signed) | Pencils: Joseph E. Buresch (signed) | Inks: Joseph E. Buresch (signed)
Genre: Humor
Characters: Buck Bush (Sheriff)

Comic Story (7 pages) Chinese Cowboy
Synopsis: Chinese cook Sung Li visits a bar with some money to spend, and is preyed upon by bad men. He is saved by a local rancher, who gives him a job. The bad guys return for some robbery, but Sung Li returns the favor and saves the rancher.
Credits: Script: Ray Burley [as R. A. Burly] (signed) | Pencils: Ray Burley [as R. A. Burly] (signed) | Inks: Ray Burley [as R. A. Burly] (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Text Article (2 pages) Weapons Of The West
Synopsis: Text with spot illustrations discussing the pistols and knives of the Old West, and questioning the lore of the marksmanship of the heroes of legend.
Credits: Script: William M. Allison [as W. M. Allison] (signed) | Pencils: William M. Allison [as W. M. Allison] (signed) | Inks: William M. Allison [as W. M. Allison] (signed) | Letters: Typeset
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (7 pages) Tumbleweeds
Featuring: Tumbleweeds
Synopsis: Dan Ryder and his horse Rex come to town just in time to help a cattleman who was bushwhacked by rustlers, and stays on help the Cattleman and thwart the bad guys.
Credits: Script: Ross Martin (signed) | Pencils: William M. Allison [as W. M. Allison] (signed) | Inks: William M. Allison [as W. M. Allison] (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Dan Ryder

Comic Story (7 pages) Lobo-Dog
Featuring: Lobo-Dog
Synopsis: Cattleman Tom Morgan is bushwhacked by local Sheepmen for driving their sheep off of Tom's land. Tom's dog, Pard, brings help to Tom, then goes on a mission of revenge while Tom convalesces.
Credits: Script: Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed) | Pencils: Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed) | Inks: Howard L. Hastings [as H. L. Hastings] (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Illustration (2 pages) Dry Gulched
Credits: Pencils: Rodney Thomson | Inks: Rodney Thomson
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (7 pages) The Outlaw's In-Law or 10,000 Bucks Ain't To Be Sneezed At
Synopsis: The story of how notorious cattle-rustler Pedro the Scorpion is brought down by those he brutalized.
Credits: Script: Tom Mc Namara [as G. G. Lewis] (signed) | Pencils: Tom Mc Namara [as G. G. Lewis] (signed) | Inks: Tom Mc Namara [as G. G. Lewis] (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Comic Story (7 pages) "Old Chief Charleyhoss has left his squaw..."
Featuring: Sourkrout Bill and Spareribs
Synopsis: Sourkrout Bill, Spareribs, and Charleyhoss encounter the hostile Poopoo Indians while prospecting for gold.
Credits: Script: George A. Beaty (signed) | Pencils: George A. Beaty (signed) | Inks: George A. Beaty (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Sourkrout Bill Spareribs (Bill's Horse) Chief Charleyhoss

Comic Story (2 pages) Wyatt Earp
Featuring: Famous Frontiersmen
Synopsis: The life story of the famous law man.
Credits: Script: Ray Burley | Pencils: Ray Burley | Inks: Ray Burley
Genre: Non-fiction Biography Western-frontier
Characters: Wyatt Earp

Comic Story (7 pages) Windy Parks Meets Billy The Kid
Featuring: Windy Parks
Synopsis: Windy tells the tale of when he crossed paths with the infamous bad man, and taught him a thing or two about shooting.
Credits: Script: Victor J. Dowling | Pencils: Victor J. Dowling | Inks: Victor J. Dowling
Characters: Windy Parks

Comic Story (7 pages) Red's Newfangled Bronc
Synopsis: Red has a date with the school teacher, but is broke. He finds out he won a raffle for an automobile, but hasn't the foggiest idea what to do with it until the sheriff informs him that some notorious robbers are making a get-away, and that there is a reward on their heads.
Credits: Script: Martin Filchock; George Filchock (signed) | Pencils: Martin Filchock; George Filchock (signed) | Inks: Martin Filchock; George Filchock (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page) Famous Comics in Colors
Synopsis: House Ad that reprints panels from Funny Picture Stories, Funny Pages, Western Picture Stories, and Detective Picture Stories.

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