The discovery of Kerium, a rare and powerful magic crystal, brings an infinite number of colonists from all the corners of the galaxy to the distant planet New Texas. Some are good and honest, others very malicious but no one is more dangerous than Tex Hex the leader of the Carrion Bunch, a group of outlaws under the control of the mysterious group Stampede. Hex seeks to control this immense mineral richness at all costs than is Kerium. Only one person can put a stop on his plans: BraveStarr. When there was an obstacle in the way, BraveStarr called for the power of a particular animal and used that ability to move the obstacle, like using the strength of a bear to move a boulder, or the speed of a puma to catch the criminal, the eyes of a hawk, or the ears of a wolf. To help him in the fight for the cause of justice, he had Thirty-Thirty, his horse that can transform into a human-like creature being able to stand on it's hind legs, talk and fight alongside him. BraveStarr lived in Fort
Tex Hex can prove - by fraud - to be owner of a Kerium Claim. BraveStarr resigns from his post as Marshall.
Twangli is a delegate of the galactic Court of Justice and pays a visit to the judge of New Texas. Not only does Twangli cause great troubles to the judge, with his pedantic over-zealousness, but also to BraveStarr.
Tex Hex succeeds in kidnapping Shaman. With the Indian master as hostages the gang leader can extort BraveStarr. But J.B. manages to release Shaman.
A new man arrives in town with an extending bionic arm.The mayor deputizes John. Fuzz is afraid John might replace him. Fuzz has his chance to shine when Rider begins to terrorize the town.
BraveStarr has lost his powers, and Shaman sends him to the wilderness to prove his courage and intelligence without weapons or tools.
Tex Hex manages to take hostages. Thus he comes into the possession of a valuable Kerium cargo. The release proves to be more dangerous than expected.
Thirty-Thirty becomes a foster father for the small Prairie Wimble. The Dingo gangster Howler wants to kidnap Wimble.
BraveStarr and Thirty-Thirty must put the stop to a drugs dealer, who supplied New Texas with the drug Bigg. Among his victims is the boy Jay, who tried the drug once and then became addicted.
Jeremiah, an elder prospector, is saved by Bravestarr from an attack by Sandstorm land crabs. The Prairie People take Jeremiah in, showing the old hermit that people really do care about others.
Tex Hex and his gang mug the bank of Fort Kerium, but BraveStarr gets in their way. Tex returns to the desert, where he becomes acquainted with the blind Ally, who can reveal the good in him.
The Exx Marshall Lucas Conway decided to never pick up a weapon again. But when his son Mark is kidnapped, he must break his promise.
BraveStarr pulls into the desert against a sandstorm in a field, which has devastated a village. Thirty-Thirty knows nothing about it, because his intercom broke down.
Thirty/Thirty attaches a firepower booster to Sara Jane and then loses her. A peaceful Hoofta boy finds Sara Jane and plays with her unaware the booster was damaged and may explode.
Paco, a former Marshall who renounced violence after accidentally shooting his deputy, settles in Sandstorm's Valley with his pre-teenaged daughter Michelle. When Sandstorm kidnaps the girl, saying he will only release her if Paco leaves the valley, Paco realises there are times when you have to fight.
Empress Nadia is on her way to a peace conference with Karbine of the Krang Empire. Her two advisers plot against er. The President assigns Bravestarr and Fuzz to bodyguard her when the ship refueled in New Texas.
The galactic music contest is held on New Texas. Stampede gives Tex Hex the Black Widow guitar that sows discord. Tex Hex then gives it to Johnny Bluestar to play. To drown it out, all the bands have to play their music.
Orville, a boy with a stutter, arrives on New Texas. He overhears two criminals - Karver, a rat with wings, and Grumble - talking about their plans. He gets kidnapped. Orville and Grumble become friends.
Dingo Dan and his gang burn down Niceie's home. Bravestarr offers Niceie a job as a jailer. Dingo Dan sees Posie, the daughter, and steals a doll. He blackmails her into helping him to free his buddies.
Morebuck and Dingo Dan escape from a prison planet and return to New Texas where Skuzz has a treasure. Their map leads to the same spot Thirty-Thirty and five children have chosen as their camping site.
Dr. Benjamin Clayton was accused of stealing medical supplies in the past, and the bounty hunter Johnson is after him. Dingo Dan wants both of them.
While raiding a weapon's department Scuzz and Thunder Stick find the Haunted Shield of Spectorus. Stampede uses the shield's reflecting powers to beat Shaman and sends him to the frozen plains of Doom. Bravestarr leaves to rescue him, and the Prairie People are left to defend themselves.
Stampede hires Morabond to drive out the settlers. Morabond uses a magical arrow given to him by Stampeded to take away two of the three New Texas suns. BraveStarr goes looking for them underground.
Stampede succees in stealing the magic staff from Shaman. BraveStarr, Thirty-Thirty and Shaman must prevent him from using it.
The galactic council assembly sends Commander Choice to New Texas, who is to establish a protection field around the country of the Prairie People. The small Prairie People see their freedom threatened. They decide to fight for their independence.
JB gets sent one billion years into the past when heat lightning hits some raw kerium she is standing by. She is captured by giants, but is rescued by Fuzz's ancestor. Shaman sends Bravestarr after her through a magic portal while Thirty-Thirty and Fuzz must protect the portal from outlaws who would be glad to loose the judge and the marshall forever.