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Another book from the JVJ Collection - scans by Jon

Re-up to fix preview page order moving JVJ card to back of file
Re-up by movielover

This is the same book as before. If you already have this you don't need to download it.
Issue: #5
Published: August 1949, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing:
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: "The Texan Comics" title on cover.
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Mystery Rustlers of the Rio Grande
Credits: Pencils: Matt Baker | Inks: Matt Baker | Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier

Text Story (2 pages) Winner's Draw
Credits: Script: Bert N. Dean (byline) | Letters: typeset
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Pecos Jim (cowhand) Sam Bowles (rancher) Blackie (gambler)

Comic Story (9 pages) Peril on the Prairie
Featuring: Buckskin Belle
Credits: Pencils: Matt Baker | Inks: Matt Baker
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Buckskin Belle [Belle Launders] Henry Faischild (tenderfoot) Denver (cowhand) Rex Milton (crook) Sheriff Anders Jim Skelly (crook)

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: The Bold Buckeroo
Synopsis: Buckaroo and Sandy save a girl from the marshal's posse.
Credits: Pencils: Howard Larsen | Inks: Howard Larsen
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Bold Buckaroo [Tim Rollins] Rusty Pat Dawson Marshal Daffy Jim (robber) Claw Dawson (robber)

Advertisement (1 page)
Featuring: Fleers Dubble Bubble
Synopsis: Ad for Flees Bubble Gum, with a short comicstrip.
Credits: Pencils: ? [as R.G.] (signed) | Inks: ? [as R.G.] (signed)
Characters: Gramps Bossy Tim

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: The Texan
Synopsis: A Texas Ranger on the trail of Army horse thieves, saves some nesters from a gang of gunmen who will drive them off their land.
Credits: Pencils: Tex Blaisdell ? | Inks: Tex Blaisdell ?
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Kit (nester) Dade (gunman And Horse Thief) Joe (gunman And Horse Thief) Ace Vance (gambler And Crook) Texas Ranger Lopez (partner)

Advertisement (1 page) Can you find the Secret Clues...
Featuring: Monark Bicycles
Credits: Letters: typeset
Characters: Sherlock Holmes

Comic Story (7 pages) High Stakes-Low Bid
Featuring: Mustang Jack
Synopsis: Mustang Jack and Linda tangles with rustlers and brings them all in.
Credits: Pencils: Bill Walsh | Inks: Bill Walsh
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Mustang Jack Clarke Blackie (crook) Linda

Advertisement (1 page) Where you find fun... you find Cracker Jack
Featuring: Cracker Jack

Text Story (1 page) Shot in the Dark
Synopsis: Detective Mike Torrent's guess hit the bullseye in a jewel robbery.
Credits: Letters: typeset
Genre: Detective-mystery
Characters: Corky Spangler Jack West Uncle Henry Chief Waters Mike Torrent

Advertisement (1 page) It "Zips" All the Way Around
Featuring: Illinois Merchandise Mart
Synopsis: We guarantee that you can't duplicate this sensational value for less money anywhere in America today!
Credits: Pencils: ? (photo) | Inks: ? (photo) | Colours: ? (photo) | Letters: typeset

Advertisement (1 page) At a Hollywood Party
Featuring: Margaret O'Brien Candy Kitchen
Characters: Margaret O'Brien

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