The Chicago Sunday Tribune was an early champion of “Kevin the Bold.” However, by 1957, the comic ran in its dreadful one-third page format more often than not. The Detroit News, another large-circulation paper, still ran half-page versions.
The following sequence of comics from the News features an impoverished farmer who turned to a life of crime in order to support his family. David Drew feels justified in his career path, as he thinks his lot have been exploited by the wealthy. Soon, circumstances arise that give him a change of heart.
Meanwhile, Kevin is In London, attracting the attention of pretty ladies. As usual, they are falling for him.