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4-November-2010 1:02 am
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Username: Poztron
Comment: I don't know who the artist is on the first long story in this book, but he or she certainly loved to draw animals. Great line-work renderings of horses, dogs, and cats. Not to be missed.
2-September-2017 9:38 pm
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Username: Yoc
Comment: GCD credits it as by Morris Gollub.
 
 

Issue: #19
Published: August-October 1955, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: George T. Delacorte, Jr. (president); Helen Meyer (vice-president); Albert P. Delacorte (vice-president)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was On-going Series
Notes: Copyright, 1955, by Gene Autry. Designed and produced by Western Printing & Lithographing Co.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Champion
Synopsis: In the rodeo ring, Champion in the foreground bucks, lasso about his neck, as the rodeo rider, astride his own horse in the background, pulls the rope tight. The crowd looks on, two in the crowd throw their arms up in cheer.
Credits: Pencils: Sam Savitt (painting); ? (photo) | Inks: Sam Savitt (painting); ? (photo) | Colours: Sam Savitt (painting); ? (photo)
Genre: Animal
Characters: Champion Gene Autry (photo, Inset)

Text Article (1 page) The Flash Flood
Synopsis: The western deserts. Hot and dry. No rain in nearly a year. The clouds burst! Drench! Creeks become torrents! Flood. Damage. Subsides. Hot. Dry.
Credits: Pencils: ? (illo) | Inks: ? (illo) | Colours: ? (illo) | Letters: Typeset
Genre: Non-fiction Western-frontier

Comic Story (17 pages) Champion in Dangerous Waters
Featuring: Champion
Synopsis: Champion and Rebel dog are in the high country, watching over the herd. A mare and her colt stray, and Champ rescues them from a cougar. The colt stumbles into an arroyo, trapped. Coudburst, downpour. Champ leads the colt out of the arroyo. As a flash flood rushes forth, Champ descends again into the arroyo, grabs a fawn by the nape, and leaps to safety. Rancher Tex: his jeep has stalled in floodwater. He rides Champ back to save the ranch from the storm and dam-burst. Rebel herds and pulls the swine from the barn to the wagon. A thunderbolt smashes the barn roof, and Tex is knocked unconscious. Champ and Rebel pull him onto the wagon. Rebel leads the team and wagon to safety. Champ smashes the corral, freeing the horses to escape the coming flood. Back at the hilltop, the rancher tells Champ that the cattle are still trapped. Champ and Rebel return to the ranch, Rebel opens the gate, and the cattle are on their way to safety. Champ turns back, heads for the barn, and rescues a box of mewling kittens floating in the flood waters, by transferring them to a feed bag, in which the mamma cat also crawls.
Credits: Script: Gaylord Du Bois | Pencils: Morris Gollub | Inks: Morris Gollub
Genre: Animal
Characters: Champion

Comic Story (17 pages) Champion in Fire Trap
Featuring: Champion
Synopsis: Dan Brady Traveling Grocery crashed his wagon during the morning run. Pinned. Axle broken. Ricky and Champ rescue him. They will carry groceries to Sue Hall, Forest Service lookout at Tower Rock, and send a repairman back. On the way, they smell smoke: Mr. Houser and his boys (one a scout) are vacationing, camp-out. Ricky: "'Drown' that campfire with water before you leave." Houser takes offense. At the ranger station, Ricky and Sue spot a fire. House didn't douse the campfire with water. Champ rescues Houser and his kids. Houser: "I've learned my lesson today ... the hard way!"
Credits: Pencils: Morris Gollub | Inks: Morris Gollub
Genre: Animal
Characters: Champion

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