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Issue: #1
Published: 1950, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: J. F. Byrne
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Silver Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format:
Notes: The indicia lists only T.T. Scott as President and S.M. Iger as Art Director, and specifically not Byrne as editor, though, he was known to have been working in that role in this general time frame. In other books of the same era, the indicia clearly state Byrne's role.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Manzar the White Indian
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Manzar The White Indian [Dan Carter]

Table Of Contents (1 page) Contents Page
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Manzar The White Indian Red Fawn Chip Of The Pony Express Orphan Of The Storm Long Bow

Comic Story (12 pages)
Featuring: Manzar the White Indian
Credits: Script: ? [as John Starr]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Manzar The White Indian [Dan Carter] (intro)

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Red Fawn
Credits: Script: ? [as Clyde Dewey]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Red Fawn (intro)

Comic Story (8 pages)
Featuring: Chip of the Pony Express
Synopsis: The year is 1860, and this is the first Pony Express run for young Chip Blake. Chip has been taught that the only good Indian is a dead Indian. Still, his humanitarian ways make his stop to aid an Indian, treed by a bear. Months later, an Indian raid wounds another Pony Express rider, and it is up to Chip to finish the job. Chip, however, gets trapped and wounded by the same war party. He loses consciousness, and so does not see that the Indian he saved from the bear swoops in to his rescue, and delivers him safe to his destination.
Credits: Script: ? [as Bart Cassidy]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Chip Blake (intro)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Orphan of the Storm
Credits: Script: ? [as Emily Jayne]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Orphan Of The Storm (a Horse, Introduction)

Comic Story (10 pages)
Featuring: Long Bow
Synopsis: Blackfoot native Lone Bear hunts with his wife Looking Glass and his son, who has yet to earn his name. A party of Crow natives seek to steal back their hunting grounds, and kill Lone Bear and Looking Glass. Before he dies, Lone Bear gives his son his bow, a large weapon which the boy can barely draw. The boy escapes the Crow party, and later hides in the cabin of white man, Trapper Jim. The boy save Trapper Jim from the Crow using his father's bow, and Trapper Jim names him Long Bow.
Credits: Script: ? [as Capt. Stuart Kerrigan]
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Long Bow Lone Bear (introduction, Death), Looking Glass (introduction, Death) Trapper Jim (introduction)

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