- If'n thar's one thing ah cain't (hic) abide, it's a good-fer-nuthin' youngster whut back-talks his own paw!
- -- Woodson Hex
Appearing in "Son of the Apache"
- Apache chieftain (First appearance)
- Henri d'Aubergnon (First appearance)
- White Fawn (First appearance)
- Woodson Hex (First appearance)
- Noh-Tante (First appearance)
- Adrian Vanden (Single appearance)
- Pierre (Single appearance)
- "Three Fingers" Willie Brewster (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Son of the Apache"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Jonah Hex's origin is revealed in this issue. Contains flashbacks to the year 1851, 1853, and 1854. In 1851, Jonah was sold into slavery to a tribe of Apaches by his father. In 1853, Jonah Hex saves the life of the Apache Chief from a Puma and is adopted into the Apache tribe as the Chief's son. In 1854, Jonah's Indian "brother", Noh-Tante, deserts Jonah in the camp of a tribe of Kiowas.
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Links and References
- Jonah Hex at Wikipedia.org
- Jonah Hex at DCU Guide
- Jonah Hex at TV Tropes
- Jonah Hex at Toonopedia
- Jonah Hex at Lonely Geek
- Jonah Hex Blog with a "Body Count"