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The Hooded Horseman
PublisherAmerican Comics Group / ACG | Date: | Lang: English
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PublicationJanuary-February 1952 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: bi-monthly
 
FeaturingHooded Horseman
CreditsPencils: Ogden Whitney (signed) | Inks: Ogden Whitney
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Hooded Horseman
 
Comic Story"You wouldn't be hanging around here if my father was alive..." (8 pages)
SynopsisTombstone Smith has killed her father, and now he will buy her trading post.
FeaturingThe Hooded Horseman
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Leonard Starr | Inks: Leonard Starr
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Hooded Horseman [Bud Fraser]; Flash (dog); Tombstone Smith (badman); Doreen Bailey (trading post owner)
NotesStarr is credited on working for ACG by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and is spotted by his faces with broad mouth, smiling cheeks, bending ears in backview, and a fondness for drawing gloves on most of his characters. He drew most of the Bantam Buckaroo stories for ACG.
 
Text StoryBlind Murder (1 page)
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Western-frontier
 
Comic StoryJames Bunyan Hume (2 pages)
SynopsisOne of the greatest western lawmen of all time.
FeaturingFamous Western Lawmen
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Ed Moritz | Inks: Ed Moritz
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Western-frontier | Characters: James Bunyan Hume (lawman)
NotesEd Moritz is credited on various features for ACG by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. Best recognized by the faces with many small thin inklines, and especially the very peculiar lines inside the ears.
 
Comic Story"For hundreds of years, the powerful Apache nation had been divided..." (8 pages)
SynopsisMexican Apaches are rumored to have crossed into Arizona to unite with other Apaches.
FeaturingInjun Jones
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Ed Moritz | Inks: Ed Moritz
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Injun Jones [Bob Jones]; Miss Vickie; Tomahawk Stacy (desperado); Red Cloud
NotesOriginally credited "Ogden Whitney ?", but the ears gives Moritz away. Moritz is credited on various features for ACG by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. Whitney has much more worried faces with staring eyes, like on the cover. He had many later Hooded Horseman stories, but Moritz had most of the Injun Jones stories in Blazing West. He is not to be mistaken by his very special lines inside the ears.
 
Text StoryEasy Mark (1 page)
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Western-frontier
 
Comic StoryThe Texas Rangers (2 pages)
SynopsisA short story of the Texas Rangers.
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Ed Moritz | Inks: Ed Moritz
ContentGenre: Non-fiction; Western-frontier | Characters: Captain McNally (Texas Ranger)
NotesFaces and noses of the horses pin this story on Moritz too.
 
Comic Story"When five-feet-four of calamity tangles with five-feet-four of disaster..." (7 pages)
SynopsisMike is bragging about how he will tangle with Derringer Dan if he ever meets up with him, so Lobo plans to make a little surprise for him.
FeaturingBantam Buckaroo
CreditsScript: Richard Hughes? | Pencils: Leonard Starr | Inks: Leonard Starr
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Lobo [Bantam Buckaroo]; Mike; Derringer Dan (outlaw); Chesty (outlaw)
NotesLeonard Starr is the only credited artist on Bantam Buckaroo by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and this one compares well with his signed Bantam story in Blazing West #18, faces and gloved hands in particular.
 
AdvertisementWhat Sparks a Champion Sparks You! (1 page)
FeaturingWheaties; Johnny Lujack
 
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