Second Lieutenant Bill Sampson, known as the Wolf of Kabul, was an agent of the British Intelligence Corps on the North-West Frontier in British India, originally in the 1920s. He habitually disguised himself as an Indian (though he could not hide his blue eyes) and was accompanied by an oriental sidekick named Chung, whose weapon of choice was a cricket bat which he called 'Clicky-Ba'. The Wolf and Chung had a lengthy career which lasted well into World War II.
The Wolf of Kabul began as a text story in the Wizard in 1922, but reappeared in comics format in Hotspur #102 in 1961 and ran in that title until 1975, the Wolf later resurfacing again in Buddy from 1981-1983. A companion series, Young Wolf, concerning Sampson's early life, ran in Warlord, beginning with its first issue in 1974.
Samson also reappeared in The Black Dossier, the third book in Alan Moore's The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen series.
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