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Indian Chief
PublisherDell Comics / Western Publishing | Date: | Lang: English
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Inside front and back pages were not drawn by Rex Maxon.
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PublicationApril-June 1954 | Price: 0.10 USD | Pages: 1 | Frequency: Quarterly
FeaturingIndian Chief White Eagle
CreditsPencils:? (painting) | Inks:? (painting) | Colors:? (painting)
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Chief White Eagle
Text StoryA Warrior's Name (2 pages)
CreditsPencils: Rex Maxon | Inks: Rex Maxon | Letters: typeset
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Ten Toes
NotesStory is on inside of front and back covers and in black and white. Profile of kid and rather long fingers, and inklines of body points to Maxon. He had one story in #6, and also many "Young Hawk" stories in Lone Ranger Comics. Even some early Tarzan stories.
Comic StoryDanger in the North (16 pages)
FeaturingIndian Chief White Eagle
CreditsPencils: John Daly | Inks: John Daly | Job #: I.C.#14-543
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Chief White Eagle; Red Hand (death); Swift Seal; Otter; Strong Bear; The Coyote People (villains)
NotesJohn Daly is credited on Indian Chief by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. This artwork compares best with his signed story "Poison Allard's Last Draw" in Western Fighter #2, with the thin cheekline in profile, eyes that really don't look at anything. Also compares well with early DC's Aquaman stories on the faces. He changed much from his early drawing in True Comics, but his faces can be recognised, like the Indian on page 34 in True Comics #1.
Comic StoryIndian Chief Bear Paw and the Buffalo War (15.83 pages)
FeaturingIndian Chief Bear Paw
CreditsPencils: Morris Gollub | Inks: Morris Gollub
ContentGenre: Western-frontier | Characters: Chief Bear Paw; Long Feather (death); Otter
NotesGollub is credited on Indian Chief by Jerry Bails' Who's Who. This is identical to his credited story in Four Color #290, first in this series. The realistic horses are similar, and round, edgy faces with quite visible nostrils, wavy mouth and often smiling.
Statement of OwnershipStatement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc.
CreditsLetters: typeset
Publisher advertisementAn Amazing Magic Tree Free for All New Subscribers to Indian Chief Comics! (1 page)
FeaturingIndian Chief
ContentGenre: Western-frontier
NotesBack cover
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