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Issue: #40
Published: September-October 1952, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Charles J. Levy; Charles Santangelo
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Spurs Jackson vs the Saucer-Men
Genre: Science Fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Spurs Jackson Pronto (horse) Queen Thula Korok;

Comic Story (1 page) Migration to the Moon
Genre: Non-fiction Math and Science

Comic Story (8 pages) The Saucer Men
Synopsis: When an invasion of Flying Saucers land at the Bar-Z ranch, the owner Spurs Jackson, of the Arizona ranch and his two ranch hands, Strong Bow and Hank Roper, quickly learn the alien invaders are Martians, lead by one named Korok. Spurs and his ranch hands are taken in the saucers back to Mars. Once there, it is revealed that Korok claims the throne from Queen Thula, causing her to abdicate. Spurs Jackson and his Space Vigilantes, Roper and Strong Bow, quickly win back the throne for Thula. The grateful queen appoints Spurs Prime Minister.
Genre: Science Fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Spurs Jackson Pronto Hank Roper Strong Bow Queen Thula Korok

Comic Story (5 pages) The Outlaws of the Desert
Synopsis: Men are hijacking trucks bringing supplies to the New Pueblo dam. It's up to Hank Roper and Sheriff Townley to stop them.
Genre: Adventure Science Fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Hank Roper Sheriff Townley

Comic Story (2 pages) Incident at Powder River
Synopsis: Two men ride into town. One of them, named Frank, is shot by a man called Black Nick. The other man returns fire and kills the shooters. The display of skill is quite remarkable. Frank is put to bed and the wound in his arm is dressed by the local doctor. The two men ride on. The Marshall tries to recall why they seem familiar, when a man brings in a poster just arrived on the stage. The poster is for Jesse James, the skilled shooter.
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Jesse James Frank James Black Nick

Text Story (2 pages) The Moon Monsters
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Science Fiction Western-frontier

Comic Story (7 pages) Death from U-235
Synopsis: When a man falls dead from radiation poisoning, Spurs Jackson is a prime suspect. Spurs had claimed a desire for revenge against the man for murdering father. When it is proven the man died of radiation poisoning, Spurs and Hank Roper investigate to discover a spaceship. Overtaken by the devious builders of the craft, Spurs and Hank are sent to Venus to test the functionality of the rocketship. Once on Venus, Spurs and Hank discover mysterious, winged, mechanical horses of unknown origin. They use the flying horses to return to Earth and subdue the builders of the rocketship.
Genre: Adventure Science Fiction Western-frontier
Characters: Spurs Jackson Hank Roper

Comic Story (8 pages) The Mystery of the Indian Hills
Synopsis: When Jigg Larsen and his cattle rustlers raid the Arizona ranch owned by Laura Towne, the Rancho Oro, he has his men burn the ranch house with Stew Carey inside. Strong Bow, one of Spurs Jackson's Space Vigilantes, finds the burning ranch and rescues Stew Carey. The two go after Jigg and his renegades, eventually tracking them and the stolen cattle to a hidden valley. The two rescue Laura and together they ruin Jigg and the rustlers.
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Strong Bow Stew Carey Laura Towne Jigg Larsen Sheriff Townley Loco Luke

Comic Story (1 page) How a Visitor from Space Won the Great West for America
Featuring: Tecumsah
Synopsis: In 1811, the great Indian chief, Tecumsah, is informed of a comet to arrive soon. With is brother, called "The Prophet" Tecumsah informs other chiefs to 'watch the skies for Tecumsah's sign', which he thinks will usher in evidence of Indian supremacy. The comet arrives as prognosticated, except in a far more spectacular display than anticipated. This causes a furor among the Indians tribes, causing them to launch an attack on the American Army. The attack ends in a massive defeat for the warriors.
Genre: Non-fiction Math and Science Western-frontier
Characters: Tecumsah

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