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Issue: #17
Published: December 1948-January 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Charles J. Levy; Charles Santangelo
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US? Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Western Movie Stories
Featuring: Tim McCoy
Credits: Pencils: James McKell ? | Inks: James McKell ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Tim McCoy ? Allan Rocky Lane

Comic Story (1 page) Tex Ritter
Featuring: Western Stars
Synopsis: Short biography of Tex Ritter.
Credits: Script: Mario De Marco (signed) | Pencils: Mario De Marco (signed) | Inks: Mario De Marco (signed) | Letters: Mario De Marco (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Biography
Characters: Tex Ritter

Comic Story (10 pages) Phantom Ranger
Featuring: Tim McCoy
Synopsis: Adapted from the Monogram Pictures film "Phantom Ranger". A gang of counterfeiters is holding an expert government engraver, Pat Doyle, prisoner to engrave plates for phony money.
Credits: Pencils: James McKell | Inks: James McKell
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Tim Hayes [Tim McCoy] Pat Doyle (engraver) Joan Doyle (daughter) VILLAINS: Sharp (gang Leader) Jeff Dan Barton

Comic Story (5 pages) Indian Dances
Synopsis: How the red man pays homage to the Great Spirit, narrated by Tim McCoy.
Credits: Pencils: Floyd Torbert [as TORB.] (signed) | Inks: Floyd Torbert [as TORB.] (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Tim McCoy

Text Story (2 pages) Al Jennings, Trainrobber-And Gentleman
Featuring: From The Scrapbook of Col. Tim McCoy
Synopsis: The story of Al Jennings, told by Tim McCoy.
Credits: Script: Tim McCoy ? | Letters: typeset
Genre: Non-fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Al Jennings

Comic Story (1 page) John Wayne
Synopsis: Some facts about John Wayne.
Credits: Script: Mario De Marco (signed) | Pencils: Mario De Marco (signed) | Inks: Mario De Marco (signed) | Letters: Mario De Marco (signed)
Genre: Non-fiction Biography
Characters: John Wayne

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Pecos Bill
Synopsis: Pecos Bill goes up in a baloon.
Credits: Script: Clinton Harmon (signed) | Pencils: Clinton Harmon (signed) | Inks: Clinton Harmon (signed)
Genre: Humor Western-frontier
Characters: Pecos Bill Badbreath Moe (bankrobber) Bonehead Joe (bankrobber) Sheriff Eagle Hag

Comic Story (8 pages) Marshal of Amarillo
Featuring: Rocky Lane
Synopsis: Adapted from the Republic Picture "Marshal of Amarillo". Nugget is framed for the murder of Hiram Short, and theft of his 50.000 dollars.
Credits: Pencils: Lee Sherman ? | Inks: Lee Sherman ?
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Rocky Lane Mr. Underwood (businessman) Hiram Short (salesman) Nugget (prospector) Ben (crooked Coach Driver) Art Crandall (crooked Stage Agent) Welch (inn Keeper) Marjorie Short

Text Article (1 page) Home On The Range
Synopsis: Lyrics of the song Home on the Range.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier

Advertisement (1 page) It's Easy to Win Him!
Featuring: Stravon Publishers
Synopsis: How to get along with boys, all told in an amazing handbook.
Credits: Letters: typeset

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