The Marvel Comics Western Archive

All-Western WinnersApache KidApache SkiesArizona Kid
Best WesternBilly BuckskinBlack RiderBlaze of Glory
Cowboy ActionFrontier WesternGhost RiderGunhawk
GunhawksGunslingersGunsmoke WesternHidden Lands
Kid Colt, OutlawKid From Dodge CityKid From TexasKid Slade
Marvel Comics Presents
Marvel FanfareMarvel Holiday SpecialMarvel PremiereMarvel Spotlight
Matt SladeMighty Marvel WesternNight RiderOriginal Ghost Rider
Outlaw FightersOutlaw KidQuick-Trigger WesternRawhide Kid
Red WolfRingo KidSix-Gun Western3-D Tales of the West
Tex DawsonTex MorganTex TaylorTwo-Gun Kid
Two-Gun WesternWestern GunfightersWestern KidWestern Outlaws
Western Outlaws and SheriffsWestern Team-UpWestern ThrillersWestern Winners
Wild WesternWyatt Earp

A quick introduction to the recurring Western heroes:

The Apache Kid was Aloysius Kare [Apache name of Dazii], a scout who lived a double life as the son of Apache chief Red Hawk; his horse was Nightwind.

The Black Rider was Dr. Matt Masters, who would don a mask to seek justice. His horse Satan also had a double identity, as Masters' horse Ichabod. Only Bobby Lathrop knew his secret. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers Forever#5.

The Ghost Rider was Carter Slade, a schoolteacher named by the Comanche Flaming Star as a champion of "the sky-spirit". Only Jaime Jacobs knew his true identity; his horse was Banshee. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers#141.

Kid Colt was Blaine Colt; his horse was Steel. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers#141.

Matt Slade was a gunfighter secretly employed by for Governor Anson Clinton; his horse was Eagle.

The Outlaw Kid was Lance Temple, meek worker on his blind father's ranch; his horse was Thunder [Blazer in late 60's appearances].

The Rawhide Kid was Johnny Bart, originally a town defender with his sidekick Randy, but usually an outlaw on the run; his horse was Nightwind. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers#141.

The Ringo Kid was the son of American Cory Rand, and a Cheyenne [in some stories, Comanche] woman; pursued by the law, he would battle law-breakers alongside his father, and Dull Knife, his blood brother; his horse was the Arabian stallion Arab. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers#141.

The Two-Gun Kid from Two-Gun Kid#60-up was lawyer Matt Hawk; his horse was Thunder. Only town blacksmith Boom-Boom Brown knew his true identity. Made part of the Marvel Universe in Avengers#141. The Two-Gun Kid from Two-Gun Kid#1-59 was Clay Harder, a singing cowboy; his horse was Cyclone. Two-Gun Kid#60 established him as a fictional hero.

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