Red Gaucho. "Born in South America of Yankee parents, the Red Gaucho grows to widespread fame by his dashing, smashing methods of battling crime and oppression." A Zorro-like character, the Red Gaucho laughs as he fights, dresses like a gaucho and uses a whip and a sword. Some of his early opponents are communists rather than fascists. He appears in stories with titles like "The Gaucho's Sinister Double," "The Oil War," and "The Evil of Senor Crewl."

First Appearance: Nickel Comics #4 (Fawcett), June 1940. 11 appearances, 1940-1941. Created by Harry Anderson and ?










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