Tag Archives: America

Bella Belong-No-Place

Plot 

In America sometime in the 19th century, Bella Whitehorn was stolen as a baby by a tribe and raised as one of their own. She was given the name Bright Gift. When she turns 12, her father chief of the tribe gives her back to her family to prevent a war.

bella belong no where

Notes

Appeared

  • Bella Belong-No-Place – Judy: #550 (25 July 1970) – (?)

The Scarlet Wagon

Plot

The Blane family are on their way to California to join up with Mr Blane. Sally, the eldest daughter, looks after the twins, Benny and Sue. While Mrs Blane looks after baby Tommy. The family team up with a wagon train commanded by Colonel Dalton. Sally makes friends with Rod Baxter and after capturing a masked bandit, they make a secret enemy.

Scarlet wagon

Notes

Appeared

  • The Scarlet Wagon –  Judy:  #01 (16 January 1960) – #27 (16 July 1960)

 

Mighty Mo

Plot

Mighty Mo is the strongest girl  in  Cactus Creek.

Notes

  • Art: James Malcolm?
  • Translated into Dutch as “Stalen Stien” and stories published in various magazines and albums, including Debbie #14 (1979).

Appeared

  • Mighty Mo – First Appearance – Bunty: #717 (9 October 1971)

Other Appearances:

  • Mighty Mo – Bunty Annual 1973
  • Mighty Mo – Bunty Annual 1976
  • Mighty Mo – Bunty – Golden Age Classic Stories (2009)

Steamboat Jo

Plot:

Jo Wiley had disguised herself as a boy and had run away from the Purdy Orphanage, in the deep south of America. She hoped she could find her father, who was working on a Mississippi mail-boat called “Queen of the Levee”.

steamboat jo

Notes:

Appeared:

  • Steamboat Jo –  Bunty:  #1382 (7 July 1984) – #1396 (13 October 1984)

 

The Pink Piano

Plot:

Dan McCabe’s family are travelling across America to start a new life in Texas. Along the way they make friends with two cowboys, not knowing they are actually bank-robbers. They hide the stolen money in Jill McCabe’s piano, and plan to pick up the money again when the family reach the next town.

pink piano

Notes:

Appeared:

  • The Pink Piano –  Bunty: #117 (09 April 1960) – #128 (25 June 1960)

Other Appearances:

  •  The Pink Piano –  Bunty Annual 1961