L. Miller & Son, 1956 Series
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Color
Colour cover; Black and White interior
Paper Stock
Cardboard cover
Binding
Hardcover
Publishing Format
was ongoing series

Issue Notes

Parts of this issue are reprinted:
  • US from Western Hero (Fawcett, 1949 series) #84 (November 1949)
  • US from Bill Boyd Western (Fawcett, 1950 series) #17 (August 1951), #17 (August 1951), #17 (August 1951)
  • US from Tex Ritter Western (Fawcett, 1950 series) #6 (August 1951)
  • US from Lash LaRue Western (Fawcett, 1949 series) #21 (October 1951), #21 (October 1951)
  • US from Hopalong Cassidy (Fawcett, 1946 series) #63 (January 1952), #65 (March 1952) [Reprinted under the title "At Deaths Door" [sic]. The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story. Mentions of Twin River have also been altered into River Town.], #65 (March 1952) [Reprinted under the title "Bank Robbery". The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story. Mentions of Twin River have also been altered into River Town.], #65 (March 1952) [Reprinted under the title "The Case of the Red Paint". The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story. Mentions of Twin River have also been altered into River Town.], #66 (April 1952) [Reprinted under the title "Missing Stagecoaches". The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story.], #66 (April 1952) [Reprinted under the title "Dope Smugglers". The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story. Mentions of Twin River have also been altered into River Town.], #66 (April 1952) [Reprinted under the title "The Case of the Green Trio". The Hopalong Cassidy logo has been replaced with a Bill Boyd logo. Likewise, mentions of Hopalong Cassidy's name have been replaced with Bill Boyd throughout the story. Mentions of Twin River have also been altered into River Town.]
  • US from Lash LaRue Western (Fawcett, 1949 series) #29 (June 1952)

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