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Straight Arrow (1950) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Straight Arrow (1950) 1
    • Centerfold detached.
    • Tape under centerfold staples.
    • Centerfold detached.
    • INCOMPLETE. Centerfold missing, interrupts art and story.
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    • Staple rust and migration.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell, Fred Meagher and Ogden Whitney. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow must prevent a racist cavalry colonel from starting a war with the Kiowa; The tale of White Comanche is based on the real-life story of Quanah Parker and his mother, Cynthia Ann Parker; Apaches abduct a rancher couple and demand a ransom. Plus non-fiction features on horses and lodge poles. Indian Horse Recognition; Straight Arrow!; Lodge Pole Lore; Roaring River; White Comanche; Timmy Takes the Trail; Apache Vengeance; Archery. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Straight Arrow (1950) 2
    • 2" Cumulative spine split. Centerfold detached.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Steve tries to track down the outlaws who robbed a wagon train, but he has more luck as Straight Arrow. Red Hawk seeks his father's killers, strange men in fearsome green bird masks. An escaped killer masquerading as a Comanche encounters Straight Arrow, who is the real thing. Plus non-fiction features on tepees and other Western camps. Tepee; The Peril of the Pioneers!; Land of Our Fathers; Fangs of the Wild; Red Hawk: The Men of the Green Feather!; The Death Moccasin!; Proper Camp. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Straight Arrow (1950) 3
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    • INCOMPLETE. Torn interior. Interrupts art and story.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Frank Frazetta. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow seeks the truth about bear attacks on a mining camp; Red Hawk must outrace a wild horse stampede to warn his tribe of an attack; Steve tries to find out if a town doctor really killed a man. Plus a non-fiction feature on horses. Featuring an early cover by legendary artist Frank Frazetta. Points of a Horse; The Killer Bear!; The Doctor of Medicine Hat!; Red Hawk: In the Earthshaker; The Fire Medicine; The Traps of Terror! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Straight Arrow (1950) 4
    • Cover detached at one staple. Centerfold detached.
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Label #0342135003
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    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow meets his nemesis Black Feather, who also has a dual identity. Red Hawk, banished by his tribe, battles both The Antelope and the Skidi-Pawnee tribe to discover the secret of the All-Seeing Eye. Straight Arrow must escape a desert deathtrap. Plus non-fiction features on tribal tools and The Plains tribes. Indian Tools; The Battle of the Giants; The Man Who Held the Lightning!; Red Hawk: The All-Seeing Eye!; The Plains Indian; The Buffalo Hide of Peace! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Straight Arrow (1950) 5
    • Centerfold detached.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Outlaws believe they have killed Straight Arrow, but his ghost rides after them; Red Hawk seeks the legendary Rain Drum to save his tribe from drought; After Red Sky finds silver high in the mountains, bandits want him to show the way. Plus non-fiction features on tribal tools and the Comanche. Animal Tricks; The Ghost of Straight Arrow!; Mission of Hate!; Red Hawk: Quest of the Rain Drum!; The Comanche; Straight Arrow's Great Leap...! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Straight Arrow (1950) 6
    • Centerfold detached.
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Slab: Scuffing on front of case
    • Label #0987966009

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. The Comanches, being horse warriors, are unprepared for a water attack by the Cheyenne. To escape his capture by the Blackfeet, Red Hawk must use a legendary unbendable bow. Straight Arrow must navigate a quicksand-filled swamp to prevent corrupt mine officials from destroying a dam. Plus a non-fiction feature on tribal tools and The Comanche. The Sioux; Lances of the Cheyenne!; The Dynamiters!; Red Hawk: The Bow That Would Not Bend!; Vikings Out West; The Boy from Back East! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Straight Arrow (1950) 7
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A sailor seeks an old ship lost in the desert sands, but everyone thinks he's crazy. Red Hawk hears the tale of the man who saved the world from a solar eclipse by shooting the moon with his bow. Outlaws masquerade as a skeleton spirit to steal treasure from Straight Arrow's tribe. Plus a non-fiction feature on Air Pioneers by Bob Powell. Comanche Country!; The Sand Ship!; Red Hawk: The Man Who Shot the Moon!; Two-Fisted Marshal; The Death Warning!; International Air Pioneers. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Straight Arrow (1950) 8
    • Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow braves a forest fire to rescue a lumber camp; Deadbeat Dawson's gang robs mail trains with impunity until they run up against Straight Arrow; An outlaw trains his dog Fang to aid him in his crimes. The Flaming Trail!; Four Against the 7th; Robbery Rides the Rails!; Red Hawk: Cheyenne Challenge; The Rhyming Robber!; Fang - Hound of Terror. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Straight Arrow (1950) 9
    • 4.5" spine split from bottom.
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    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #0996832001

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Steve and Packy help a prospector reclaim his remote mountaintop mine from bandits. Red Hawk must pass through dangerous Cheyenne lands for the magic plant that can save his chieftain. Flying Cloud braves a prairie fire to deliver a warning to settlers. Plus non-fiction features on bows and archery. Indian Bow Making; The Claim Jumpers!; The Fight with a Grizzly; The Trial of Flying Cloud!; Red Hawk: The Magic Plant; Apache Terror!; Bow Stringing and Bow Care. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Straight Arrow (1950) 10
    • 4" spine split from base of comic. Cover detached at one staple.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow discovers a hidden cave and the source of a subterranean river; Red Hawk must rescue Cheyenne horses from hostile Crows to prove he is not a coward; A renegade soldier tries to create an outlaw army to rule the West. The River From Nowhere!; Terrors Army Rides The Plains; Red Hawk: The Man Who Rode The Moonlight!; The Noose! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Straight Arrow (1950) 11
    • Cover and centerfold detached at one staple.
    • 2 1/2" cumulative spine split. Cover detached at both staples.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow discovers an ancient civilization that has survived for centuries in a hidden valley. Red Hawk faces a gigantic warrior in the misty lands of Yellowstone. Bandits use legal chicanery to take over a mine, so Straight Arrow settles their case with his fists. The Valley of Time; The Salt War; Red Hawk: The Giant in the Mist; Ghost Gang. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Straight Arrow (1950) 12

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. SA's old enemy Black Feather returns for revenge against Straight Arrow and the Army; Red Hawk's tribe is attacked by cliff-dwellers; Straight Arrow tries to find out how bandits are targeting secret gold shipments. The Return of Black Feather!; Red Hawk: The Killers on the Cliffs!; The Treasure Coach!; The Pipe of War! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Straight Arrow (1950) 13
    • Cover detached. Centerfold detached at one staple.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A lost race of conquistadors enslaves Straight Arrow's tribe. Red Hawk follows an errant tribesman into the far frozen north and battles a polar bear. Outlaws plan to stir up war to divert the Army from protecting the railroad. The Conquistadors Return; Treachery's Banner; Red Hawk: The Dead Man's Trail!; The Treasure Coach!; The Revenge of the Mountain Spirit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Straight Arrow (1950) 14
    • 1" cumulative spine split.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Hooded stagecoach bandits are somehow immune to bullets; Framed for thievery, Red Hawk seeks the mysterious Devil Bag to clear his name; Star-crossed Shoshone and Apache lovers may be the key to peace between their nations. The Bullet-Proof Badmen!; Fighting Peacemaker; Red Hawk: The Devil Bag!; Buffalo Killers. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Straight Arrow (1950) 15

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Ranchers drain a lake to force out nearby farmers; An old man's story gives Red Hawk the edge he needs in battle; Steve suspects an outlaw of robbing a bank, even though Steve himself saw him in a saloon at the time. The Disappearing Lake; Gunsmoke Trail; Red Hawk: The Coup-Stick Of Crying Calf; The Young Chief. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Straight Arrow (1950) 16

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A mystical being calls the Comanche to war, but Straight Arrow suspects a hoax. Red Hawk's friend Foxfire thinks she's found the right man, so Red Hawk arranges a test. Steve arrests the wrong man for rustling, so Straight Arrow must straighten things out. The Magic Medicine-Man!; Rustlers Convention!; Red Hawk: The Testing of Red Wolf!; The Renegade's Oath! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Straight Arrow (1950) 17

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Apaches abduct Dr. Whiteley, an ally of the Comanche, and Straight Arrow must find him. Red Hawk's Lenny Small-like friend Bigfoot is captured by a bloodthirsty tribe, so his beloved Desert Flower sets out to save him. Steve is accused of robbing a train, so he becomes Straight Arrow to clear his name. Apache Raiders; Trapped in Bat Cave!; Red Hawk: The Canyon Killers!; Death by Inches! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Straight Arrow (1950) 18

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow is captured by Professor Morey's crime school, and subjected to an inventive torture involving rattlesnakes frozen in a slowly-melting block of ice. A strange wolf-cowled renegade attacks Cheyenne hunters with a pack of trained wolves. A white doctor must operate on a Comanche chieftain's daughter, but a fearful medicine man tries to sabotage the operation. The Educated Outlaws; Death from Nowhere!; Red Hawk: The Fanged Killer!; The Ugly One. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Straight Arrow (1950) 19

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow tries to prevent conflict between Comanches and the railroads; Red Hawk and his friend Spearthrower find the land of the dead; Straight Arrows seeks the truth about a gigantic buffalo-demon harassing the Comanches. War Cry of the Thunderbird; The Desert Demon!; Red Hawk: The Happy Hunting Grounds!; The Curse of the Fire God. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Straight Arrow (1950) 20

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. The story of how Straight Arrow first earned his shield by facing an Apache raid during a buffalo hunt. Red Hawk seeks a stolen tomahawk that is sacred to his tribe. Outlaws dress as Comanches to scare off settlers, but Straight Arrow does some scaring of his own. The Sky-Hook Gang!; The Shield of Straight Arrow; Red Hawk: The Truth Tomahawk!; The Snake Terror! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Straight Arrow (1950) 21

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A rancher's daughter blames Steve for her father's murder, so he must become Straight Arrow to save her life. The origin of Fury reveals how Straight Arrow first got his horse. Bloody Bridge!; The Story of Fury; Red Hawk: Death Trap!; A Friendly Foe! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Straight Arrow (1950) 22
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    • Paper: Cream to off white
    • Slab: Scratch on back of case
    • Label #2034202009
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.65) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • Cover detached, 3 1/2" cumulative spine split.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Frank Frazetta. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Steve's efforts to impress new neighbor Nan only get worse when Packy and Molly try to help. Red Hawk and Bigfoot are taken as legendary figures of prophecy by a neighboring tribe. Straight Arrow, mistaken for part of a raiding party, risks capture to save his horse Fury. Cover by legendary artist Frank Frazetta. Steve Adams - Badman!; The Luck of Loud Calf!; Red Hawk: Beast of the Bayous!!; Trial by Fury! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Straight Arrow (1950) 23

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Renegade Apaches take tribal peace talks as an opportunity to raid Comanche settlements; Red Hawk gets caught up in Seminole conflict while exploring the Florida Everglades; Straight Arrow and Steve Adams form a dual-identity love triangle with Nan. The Peace-breakers!; Satan's Desperadoes; Red Hawk: The Battle of the Everglades!; The Decision? 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Straight Arrow (1950) 24

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Long-lost pterodons escape a cave and terrorize a disbelieving Western town; Red Hawk and Bigfoot try to rescue a woman from being sacrificed to the Beast of the Bloody Trail; Comanches seek a disappearing buffalo heard. The Dragons of Doom!; The Brave Who Hated Straight Arrow!; Red Hawk: The Beast of the Bloody Trail!; The Vanishing Buffalo! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Straight Arrow (1950) 25

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow learns the truth about a legendary deathless warrior. Renegades try to sabotage a tribal peace agreement with the US military. A Comanche who scoffs at a medicine man's magic learns not to mock what he can't understand. The Deathless One!; Straight Arrow's Magic; Red Hawk: The Ghost of Hiawatha!; The Swamp Rats! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Straight Arrow (1950) 26

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. The passing of a Comanche chieftain with three sons could lead to a King Lear-type situation, so the dying chief asks Straight Arrow to decide. Red Hawk's sister and mother are in danger of being the objects of a volcano sacrifice. Straight Arrow faces the gang of the mysterious and merciless Mole. The Choosing of a Chief!; The Killers of Echo Canyon!; Red Hawk: The Hungry Giant!; Death to Steve Adams! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Straight Arrow (1950) 27

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Steve Adams and Straight Arrow are framed for The Firebrand's rustling, in the second part of a story continued from issue #26. Red Hawk faces the terrifying Akola the Panther Woman and her Puma Men. An intertribal hit squad of warriors targets Straight Arrow. Arrows of Justice!; The Four Horsemen of Hate!; Red Hawk: The Claws of Death!; The Manhood of Takona. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Straight Arrow (1950) 28

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow tries to find out who wants to kill his horse Fury, and why; Red Hawk discovers a lost tribe of Vikings in frontier America; Straight Arrow revives the Comanche folk hero known as the Thunderer. The Challenge of Pedro Bombo!; The Man Who Hated Fury!; Red Hawk: The Winged Men!; The Return of the Thunderer! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Straight Arrow (1950) 29

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow encounters the Minstrel Man, whose look and hypnotic powers are similar to the early Fantastic Four foe Miracle Man. A medicine man's dream foretells conflict on the neutral pass between Cheyenne and Blackfeet territory. A refugee from the north seeks Straight Arrow's help in restoring his tribe's totem pole. The Laughing Crime!; The Thing in the Ice!; Red Hawk: Blood on Blackfoot Pass!; Top Secret. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Straight Arrow (1950) 30

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. An outlaw uses a sheriff to set a trap for Straight Arrow. Red Hawk faces the magician Cat Eyes, who kills his enemies with a gigantic black arrow. Straight Arrow tracks mysterious cattle deaths to a scientist experimenting with germ warfare. The Ghost Apaches!; Straight Arrows Secret!; Red Hawk: Black Arrow of Death!; The Mysterious Stranger! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Straight Arrow (1950) 31

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow suffers a mysterious illness, unaware he's being poisoned by radioactive material. Red Hawk seeks the truth about the Flying Cat-woman of legend, who suddenly seems all too real. Straight Arrow seeks the hidden valley where rustlers are storing their stolen herds. The Treasure of Pedro Bomba; The Invisible Terror; Red Hawk: The Flying Horror!; The Invisible Terror. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Straight Arrow (1950) 32

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Steve Adams is accused of being the masked bandit targeting the town. Outlaw queen The Red Flame starts a competition between three outlaws to see who can kill Straight Arrow first. Straight Arrow must save the beautiful Blue Cloud after she witnesses the murder of a chieftain. The Man Without a Face!; The Man Without a Face!; Red Hawk: The Vengeance of the Weasel!; Bait from the Hangman's Noose! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Straight Arrow (1950) 33

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow enlists his animal friends to save the Comanche chieftain from outlaws; Red Hawk's friend Wolfpaw goes into a downward spiral after he loses his lucky bear charm; Straight Arrow discovers that a stockade jailbreak could mean doom for his fellow Comanches. Kin of the Wild!; Jailbreak at Fort Danger!; Red Hawk: The Bear-Stick; Straight Arrow: Badman? 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Straight Arrow (1950) 34
    • edge damage on back cover

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A wealthy baron wants to re-establish his kingdom in the Old West, leading Straight Arrow to siege a modern castle. A practical joke backfires and pits Red Hawk against a demonic bear-creature. Straight Arrow takes a job on a Wild West show so he can buy the land where his secret cave is located. Also featuring an ad for a "Jack and the Beanstalk" playset featuring an actual beanstalk. Madman's Empire!; The River Robbers!; Red Hawk: The Demon Bear!; Straight Arrow Wild West Star! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Straight Arrow (1950) 35

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow joins forces with outlaws who want to kill his alter ego, Steve Adams; Red Hawk is captured by a tribe of female warriors. Straight Arrow must intervene after a bored Comanche teen gets into hot water. Also featuring an ad for a "TV Puppet Theatre" featuring Straight Arrow, his horse and his friends as finger puppets. Outlaw Death-Warrant!; Red Hawk: The Women Warriors; The Savage Student!; Date With Death! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Straight Arrow (1950) 36

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Blue Cloud's efforts to get Straight Arrow alone get them taken prisoner by Crow warriors; Shaman Smoke Dog has the magic to create zombie warriors; Straight Arrow pursues an outlaw gang into the bewildering Puzzle Canyons. Danger Trail!; Terror in the Night!; Red Hawk: Lands Beyond the Sunset; Return from Death! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Straight Arrow (1950) 37

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow risks his life to bring Polly a birthday package through hostile territory; Red Hawk fears the curse of a warclub has fallen upon him; Straight Arrow uses a blanket in creative ways during a crisis. A Birthday Present for Polly; Warrior's Blanket; Red Hawk: The Shaman's Curse; The Secret of the Secret Cave! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Straight Arrow (1950) 38

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow rescues a woman while seeking a missing herd of longhorns, but she turns out to be in on the rustle. A sinister shaman foretells Red Hawk's death with sand painting. Straight Arrow helps shy warrior Bent Bow court the lovely Small Willow. Also featuring an ad for a glow-in-the-dark Ghost Rider scarf/mask for kids to wear. The Mystery of the Missing Herd; The Saga of Bent Bow and Straight Arrow; Red Hawk: The Sands of Doom; The Abominable Snowman! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Straight Arrow (1950) 39

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow is attacked by outlaws while seeking missing stagecoaches. A long-dormant egg hatches into a T-Rex in the Old West, in a story with great dinosaur art by Bob Powell. A wounded Straight Arrow rides into a lawless town. The Vanishing Stagecoaches; Straight Arrow; Red Hawk: The Canyon Beast; Showdown in Skelton Canyon. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Straight Arrow (1950) 40

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow seeks the truth about the return of long-dead Spanish conquistadors; A boastful Cheyenne gets himself and Red Hawk into trouble; Even Packy doesn't understand why Straight Arrow would save outlaws who tried to kill him. Secret of the Spanish Specters; The Executioners of Straight Arrow!; Red Hawk: Two Guards for Death!; The Haunted Village. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Straight Arrow (1950) 41

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Straight Arrow leads a force of Comanche women and children in the Siege at Broken Bow; A Crow raid on the Cheyenne settlement targets the tribe's weapons expert; Straight Arrow must undertake a long and hazardous ride to warn soldiers about an ambush. Nice cover by Fred Meagher. The Siege at Broken Bow!; Straight Arrow's Home Range; Straight Arrow's Ride; Red Hawk: The Weapon Maker!; The Man Who Chased Death! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Straight Arrow (1950) 42

    Stories by Gardner Fox and others. Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Outlaws try to stop the railroad from going through the West; Exiled for thievery, Red Hawk must find the Men with Dog Faces to clear his name; Straight Arrow intervenes when Arapahoes launch a surprise attack on the Comanches. The Iron Horse of Indian Gulch; The Grim Pursuit; Red Hawk: Men with Dog Faces!; The Man Who Looked for Trouble. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Straight Arrow (1950) 43
    • Cover loose at one staple.

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Action-dog Blaze joins Straight Arrow and his horse Fury in the fight for justice; Red Hawk stumbles across the lost city of gold; Straight Arrow wants to know how hanged criminal Beartooth has returned to life and crime. Blaze; The Robber from Beyond; Red Hawk: The City of Gold!; The Last Arrow. First issue to feature the Comics Code seal on the cover. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Straight Arrow (1950) 44

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A fellow Comanche's vision quest is a sacred ritual, but it spells trouble for Straight Arrow. A medicine man's son just doesn't have his father's talent for healing potions. A reformed outlaw is targeted by his former cronies for turning them in. The Shield of Sleepy Wolf!; Champion of Evil!; Red Hawk: Bad Medicine Man!; The Men Who Frightened Straight Arrow! 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Straight Arrow (1950) 45

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Outlaws set a deathtrap for Straight Arrow. A beautiful woman's hypnotic song aids her in robbing helpless victims. A second-generation sheriff disavows guns, but SA tries to convince him the town boss is fooling him. Straight Arrow Will Die!; Sure Death in the Wild West; Red Hawk: Lorelei of the Snows; The Marked Man. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Straight Arrow (1950) 46

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A scar-faced rustler terrorizes the town; Red Hawk invents the lasso; Straight Arrow tries to figure out why someone is stealing fence posts. The Man with the Scar; The Fence Stealers; Red Hawk: The Rope Hand!; Doom Stalks the Treasure Seeker. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Straight Arrow (1950) 47

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Blue Cloud buys a necklace that contains a secret message for a dangerous outlaw; Red Hawk sets out to retrieve his tribe's sacred medicine bag from a Lipan raiding party; Straight Arrow has to save Blue Cloud and Tioga from outlaw Dude Bradley. The Menace of the Grey Wolves; The Telltale Beads; Red Hawk: The Lost Medicine Bag; Straight Arrow, Bandit. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Straight Arrow (1950) 48

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Outlaw king Don Diablo seeks the hidden Treasure of Don Carlos; Red Hawk pursues the killer who stalks a crucial mountain pass; In the frozen north, Straight Arrow battles the Tyrant of the Snows and his trained polar bear. Classic cover by Fred Meagher. The Treasure of Don Carlos; Tyrant of the Snows; Red Hawk: Renegade Trap!; A Day for Straight Arrow. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Straight Arrow (1950) 49

    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. Townspeople can't believe they're watching Wild Bill Hickok fighting Straight Arrow; Red Hawk investigates a corrupt medicine man's kickback program; Straight Arrow goes after the trail robbers who apparently killed his alter ego, Steve Adams. Battle of the Giants; The Train Robbers of Horseshoe Bend; Red Hawk: The Voice of Howling Dog!; Two Hours to Doom. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Straight Arrow (1950) 50

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    Art by Bob Powell and Fred Meagher. Cover by Fred Meagher. Rancher Steve Adams, a Comanche raised by white settlers, has a secret identity as the warrior Straight Arrow, a hero who first appeared on a popular radio show. A shipment of rifles only increases the trouble in Straight Arrow's corner of the West. Dawn Girl is abducted by a rival tribe, but when Red Hawk and Spotted Elk are captured, she must rescue herself. Straight Arrow must rescue a woman targeted by Mort Diamond's gang. Nice buffalo cover by Fred Meagher. Perilous Cargo; Straight Arrow; Red Hawk: Capture at the Waterhole; The Girl from the Desert. 32 pages, Full Color. Cover price $0.10.