Monday, February 18, 2013

THE LONE RANGER: The Painted Covers continue! (1951)

No. 35

No. 36

No. 37, a landmark issue. For the first thirty-four issues of this title, and the three preceding Ranger issues of Four Color Comics, our hero wore his uniform of red shirt, white hat, blue pants and yellow scarf. With this issue, he finally changed his shirt and got a new scarf, conforming to his TV image.

More painted covers coming soon!
See earlier Ranger covers HERE


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Anonymous said...

According to the Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide, some copies of #37 had the red shirt, but most had the blue.