Storm, Son of the Moors


Storm was a wild, unbranded, two-year-old colt, living free on Dartmoor. Unbranded and therefore unclaimed by any of the Dartmoor ‘commoners’, men with the ancient right to run their stock loose on the moor, Storm was considered a prize worth chasing by many of the local farmers. But the only human-being he trusted was Nell Baker, an orphan girl who lived alone in a cottage on the moor.


  • Art: Oliver Passingham
  • Reprinted and translated to Dutch as “Storm” – Vakantie album #1 (circa 1978)


  • Storm, Son of the Moors –  Judy: #619 (20 November 1971) – #630 (5 February 1972)

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