Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody (February 26, 1846 - Janury 10, 1917) was an American showman known for his travelling cowboy-themed shows and for his real-life exploits in the old American West.
Even during his lifetime Buffalo Bill was used in fiction: the first dime novel about him, Ned Buntline's Buffalo Bill, the King of the Border Men, was published in 1869 and was followed by hundreds more.
Fictionalised accounts of Buffalo Bill's adventures, including comics, continued long after his death; as he is a public domain character many different publishers have got in on the act.
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