Buz Sawyer - Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Story arcs in the early years of the daily strip:

  • 1943
    • War in the Pacific
  • 1944
    • Island Raids
    • Sultry
  • 1945
    • Mr. Flint
    • Civilian Life
    • Sultry’s Tiger
  • 1946
    • The Mad Baron
    • Salvaduras (daily and Sunday)
  • 1947
    • Africa
    • Vacation with Christy
    • Thursty Collins
    • Harry Sparrow
  • 1948
    • Miss Freeze
    • The Search for Buz
    • The Wedding Present
  • 1949
    • African Honeymoon
    • Monkey Business
    • Revolution
  • 1950
    • Buz Alone
    • Diana
    • William Shakespeare
  • 1951
    • Wish Jones
    • Alaska
    • Doldrums
    • Zazarof
  • 1952
    • The Hawks Boys
    • Locusts
    • Panazuela Oil
  • 1953
    • Island of the Lotus Eaters
    • Christy’s Baby
    • Test Pilot
  • 1954
    • Hurricane Hunters
    • VTO
  • 1955
    • Paint
    • Mystery Plane
    • All Washed Up

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