Trojan Publications practically came out of nowhere in 1950 to launch an all too brief 24 month campaign for DID art in an old West setting. The graphic art and story telling was pretty good for a newcomer on the scene and Wilma West and Lariat Lucy were their outstanding starlets. Wilma had more DID stories than Lucy, and in this first issue she attacks a bully in the town saloon for knocking down Sonora Sam, an old man twice the bully's age . . . and she literally beats the bully to a pulp and leaves him to the ridicule of all the patrons of the saloon. The next day he plots his revenge, and tracks Wilma down, and lassos her from behind, manhandles her, ties her up, places her on his horse and rides to a hidden destination in the hills to put an end to her life. He ties Wilma to four stakes in the ground and lures a lair of rattlesnakes to her location. The old man Sam whom she vindicated the night before shows up and shoots the sidewinder and rescues Wilma. A great DID story with great pics. Trojan went out of business as the Comic Book Code came on the scene in 1954 but their low-key and quiet offering to good girl art still provides fun today. Great work guys . . . wish you could have stuck around a lot longer. Enjoy!