Mostly Binder's stories here fill in around those noted in William Woolfolk's records; the question is where Binder comes aboard. I don't find any Binder stories on the title before issue 34 in 1951—although the tenure is correct in that he wrote the first of these in 1950. There are stories in 35, 36, and 37 by neither Binder nor Woolfolk.
Otto Binder's style is pretty obvious: "Ulps," "Omigosh," "Yayyy." In the Lobo stories, with only American Indian characters, he doesn't use these informalities, so there I'm going by his style of exclamatory and explanatory captions. The cowboy expressions "Jumping horned toads" and "Howling coyotes" he uses also on a Fawcett story, "Ken Maynard and the Pied Piper of the West" (Ken Maynard Western 3, Apr/51)—again, Bails and Ware had this feature listed for Binder, but individual stories evidently were never singled out (#3 is the only issue I've seen so far). Binder shows a prediliction for alliterative names: Bronco Baily, Blazes Barns, Bushwhack Barton, Bruce Bates, Diablo Dan, Owlhoot Orton, Pete Piper.
The Westerner scripts by Otto Binder:
Wild Bill Pecos (except as noted)
|Mar/51||34||The Two-Gun Grandpappies|
|Apr/||35||The Riddle of the Petrified Forest|
|May/||36||Wild Bill Pecos and the Tombstone Bugle|
|Tombstone City Goes Loco|
|July/||38||The Kidnapped Cayuses|
|Aug/||39||Wild Bill Pecos and the Substitute Marshal|
|Sept/||40||Hostage for Death [LOBO THE WOLF BOY]|
|The Swirling Peril|
|The Greatest Hero or Hair-o of the West?|
|Dec/||41||The Three Great Tasks [LOBO THE WOLF BOY]|
|Nuggets Nugent and the Twin Terrors [NUGGETS NUGENT]|
|Wild Bill Pecos Guns for Nuggets|