This comic features an illustration of an interaction between a black cowboy and two white cowboys. The black cowboy is on horseback and his holding a hat in his hands. He as a second horse behind him who's reins he has tied to the other horse's tail. The two white cowboys are also on horseback and are wearing hats. Two text bubbles appear above the men and read [WHY, ICK, THET'S / REDICKLUS, KEEPIN/ / A HOSS FROM BUCKIN' / THETAWAY! WHY, TH' / HULL COUNTRY WILL / BE A LAUGHIN' AT / YUH!] and [WELL, I'D SOONER / HAB DEM LAUGHIN' / AT ME ON DE HOSS / DAN ON DE GROUND!]. The title of the comic is printed in the bottom center [THE BRAKE]. Date and copywrite information is printed in the bottom left corner [COPR. 1940 BY NEA Service, INC. T.M. REQ. U.S. PAT OFF]. The illustrator's name is printed in the bottom right corner [J.R. WILLIAMS / 5-3]
H x W (Image and sheet): 5 1/4 × 5 5/8 in. (13.3 × 14.3 cm)
mid 20th century
This comic features an illustration depicting a man who has lost his mule out west. The man is holding his boots in his hands and is wearing pants, chaps, shirt and hat. The mule is walking away in the distance. The text bubble at the top of the comic reads [AH GOT TER HAB A / NEW PAIR OB BOOTS / MADE -- AN', BOY, DEY'S / GWINE TER BE MADE / OB MULE SKIN!] The title of the comic is printed at the bottom center and reads [FROM A CERTAIN MULE]. Copyright information is printed in the bottom left corner and reads [REQ. US. PAT. OFF / NEA SERVICE, INC.] The illustrator's name is printed in the bottom right corner J.R. WILLIAMS].