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Whip Wilson (1950 Marvel) comic books 1950

  • Issue #9
    Whip Wilson (1950 Marvel) 9

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    52-page giant. First issue in the series (continues from Rex Hart). 52-page giant. Whip Wilson cover from "Borrowed Guns" (photo of Roland Charles Meyers). "The Mark of the Whip!", art by Joe Maneely; As long as Black Jack is Mayor, and the Sheriff, Deputy and Judge are under his thumb, there is nothing the citizens can do, till Whip Whilson comes along. "The Man Everyone Hated!", art by Joe Maneely; Everyone hated Snell, and when he was shot dead, they were all suspects; Until a well-trained dog gave a clue. "The Indian Killer!", art by Joe Maneely; Jimmy is sole survivor of an Indian attack on a wagon train; Grown up, he has one thing on his mind, to kill Indians. "Hawkeye Harris Sheriff of Cactus Gap!", art by Joe Maneely; Sheriff Harris masquerade as a man he wants to protect, and gets killed. "An Ace up his Sleeve" text story. "Fighting the Mexican Marauder," art by Joe Maneely; Pancho Diablo don't like that the newspapers write about Whip Wilson, instead of himself, the biggest bandito south of the border. "How I met Bullet, Wonder Horse of the West!", art by Joe Maneely; Two rustlers shoot Whip and leave him for dead; Coming to, he manages to rope a wild stallion, and catch up again with the rustlers. "Whip Wilson vs. "Bull" Barton, the Man-Crusher!", art by Joe Maneely; Whip is going to get the kids back in school, but only by fighting Bull Barton. One-page Tootsie Roll ad, "Captain Tootsie Nabs Counterfeiter" by Bill Schreiber. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Whip Wilson (1950 Marvel) 10

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    52-page giant. "The Stagecoach that Vanished!", art by Joe Maneely; Four stagecoaches loaded with gold have disappeared, and now Whip Wilson rides as shotgun guard to trap the lady passenger suspected of the hijacking. "Whip Wilson Wanted for Murder," art by Joe Maneely; After a card game, Whip sends the card rustler Ace Bannion out of town; When Ace later is killed, Whip is accused of the murder. "The Silent Killer!", art by Joe Maneely; Wounded by a gunshot, Whip is jumped by a mountain lion, and is barely saved by his horse, Bullet. "Hands of the Hypnotist!", art by Joe Maneely; With a mirror, Whip tricks the killer Duke to hypnotize himself. "Gold Cache" text story. "A Cowboy's Life!", art by Russ Heath; A swollen river is threatening the cattle, but dynamite is at hand to divert it. "Revenge at the Rodeo," art by Joe Maneely; Hutch Harlin doesn't drink milk, but after a little match of skills with milk-drinking Whip, he aims to mend his ways. "Nimo the Mountain Lion." 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Whip Wilson (1950 Marvel) 11

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    Final issue of the series (becomes Gunhawk with issue 12). "The Mark of the Whip!", art by Joe Maneely; Whip gets help from a young kid to round up the killer, Cabe Norris. "Duel in the Desert!", art by Joe Maneely; Whip is on the track of The Hawk, who has killed a prospector for two sacks of precious gold. "Last Ride" text story; The Sheriff is taking four of the Collins gang to trial at the county seat by stage, but is expecting trouble on the way. "Seal of Doom!"; Out of jail, Kraus gives Larson an envelope to be opened if he dies; Later, two men sent by Charley Taylor, try to force Larson to hand over the envelope. "A Beast Roams the Range!", art by Joe Maneely; Miss Carlin are running away from a mad scientist who has created two huge monster animals. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.