A bitter wind still howls outside as Perry White wakens after his near brush with a bullet to the head. When he learns that Jimmy Olsen sat diligently by his bedside all through the night, it softens the grissly old newspaper editor’s heart toward the boy for a change. As he regains his memory, it plays into reviewing his recent adventure the night before, and remembers an account from about a year ago where Jimmy had a similar situation where tracks in the snow seemed to stop in the middle of nowhere. Could a similar thing have happened with the headless indian?
Feeling better, Pery decides to do some hunting with his camera. Jimmy gets to go along, but if the object is to take pictures, why is Perry taking his rifle with him? For protection, in case they meet up with a wild animal. Jimmy learns about famous frontiersmen, real and fictional, as he hikes with Perry. And a little admonition on how to handle guns properly.
Finding themselves facing down a charging grizzly bear, Perry finds he has trouble with his rifle.Uh-oh. You know what to do… stay tuned for the next thrilling installment of… Superman!