Introduction On Racism Epigraphs A History of the Pulps A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Glossary and Character Taxonomy Breakdown by Country of Origin Bibliography Table of Contents
Bumblebee Bill. Bumblebee Bill was created by Ray Humphreys (Grandpa, Shorty McKay) and appeared in nine stories in Street & Smith’s Western Story Magazine from 1936 to 1938, beginning with “Bumble Bee Bill” (Street & Smith’s Western Story Magazine, Oct. 17, 1936). Bumblebee Bill is a rancher in Colorado. He got his nickname because “in the San Juan mountains because of his habit of constantly talking to himself in a low ‘buzz.’” Bill is bored with the monotony of ranching and jumps at the chance to have an adventure, often involving his friend/neighbor, the old miner Grandpa McMeel.
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