Actually, the comic adventures of this B-Western star (and fellow Oklahoman) made it 54 issues. Considering the lifespan of some comics put out today, that's either darn impressive or a monument to how unfair the comic business is, depending on how you choose to see it.
I'll save you the trouble of tracking it down.... here is some Fun with Out of Context Dialogue! (tm!)
Any comic that has Gabby Hayes giving Fun with Out of Context Dialogue (tm!) has contributed to our shared history, so we salute ye, Monte Hale!
Speaking of Fun with Out of Context Dialogue (tm!), here's a dandy from Amazing Spider-Man #53!:
That's a loyal girlfriend for you. If you ever wonder why Gwen is spoken with such reverence, you may wonder no more. If I gave Beloved an "itch," we'd be in marriage counselling.
Hey! It's Something that Only SOUNDS Offensive! (tm!), from Amazing Spider-Man #55:
Even considering the source of the statement, I'm sure Pete was like, "Wait. What?"
Here's an interesting ad from the Golden Age Daredevil #17:
I like any toy that promises to give a child a "shrill siren." I also like the way girls are deliberately left out as a potential consumer ("All your BOY friends will want a kit" - which also makes it sound like "all your boyfriends will want a kit," which is fine, but I don't think that's what they're trying to say), promises that walking around and getting in the way of the real Air Wardens will make you "the most popular boy on the block" and no longer having to envy your father's "strut."
That was some seriously awesome ad copy. Whoever wrote that should be immortalized on Mad Men.
See you tomorrow!