The Marvel Comics Western Archive

Kid Colt, Outlaw

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Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt and the Arizona Girl

Kid Colt

One

"The Sheriff"
"Kid Colt's Guns"
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Two

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Three (December, 1948)

"Colt-Quick Killers for Hire!"
"Gold and Guns at Roaring Gulch!"
"Ghost Town Gunnies Strike!"
"Reign of the Colt-Quick Clan!"
"Trail's End on Blue Water!"

Four

"Six-Gun Deadline"
"Fight or Crawl, Outlaw"
"Bushwhackers Boomerang"
"The Killers of Abilene"
"The Giant of the Badlands"

Five

"The Mystery of the Missing Mine"
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Title: "Blaze Calls a Bluff!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Blaze Carson
Villains: Morton [gambling banker]
Others: Bob Ross [bank teller]
Genre: Western
Setting: Red Dog
Synopsis: The town bank is robbed but Blaze figures out Morton engineered the robbery himself to disguise how he'd been stealing from his own bank. Morton is arrested.

Six (July, 1949)

Title: "The Valley of the Werewolf!"
Story:
Art: Russ Heath
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Wolf Depard [wolf trapper, dies], Jan Striker [shop owner, dies], a trained wolf [dies]
Others: Steel, Ilona Nadares [sister of murdered man], Arno [Ilona's dog], Joseph [townsperson, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: New Hungary, Colorado, USA
Synopsis: Colt learns a supposed werewolf is killing people around New Hungary; it turns out to be a wolf trained by Depard under orders from Striker so Striker can buy up the dead people's lands; they send the wolf after Colt, but Steel and Ilona's dog Arno save him and Colt kills the conspirators.
"Trapped in the Hidden Mine!"
"The Things in the Cave!"

Seven (November, 1949)

"Trapped Between Two Fires!"
"King of the Valley!"

Eight

"Ambush in Lone Valley!"
"Sam Bass"
"Death Waits in the Shadows!"
"His Fight for Life!"

Nine (May, 1950)

"The Man from Nowhere!"
"The Meanest Man in the World!"
"A Matter of Pride!"
"Secret of the Hidden Mine!"
"The Gun-Shy Sheriff!"
"The Flaming Fury!"
Reprinted In: Western Thrillers#1

Title: "The Man Who Refused to Die!"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Charlie Feather [Native American, dies]
Villains: Grizzly Pete [troublemaker, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Texas, 19th century
Reprinted In: Western Thrillers#1
Synopsis: After Grizzly Pete roughs up Charlie, Charlie attacks Pete; Pete shoots him several times, but Charlie pursues Pete until he can stab Pete to death; once Pete dies, Charlie succumbs to his own wounds.

Ten (July, 1950)

"Redmen on the Warpath!"
"Sheriff of Roaring Gap!"
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"The Outlaw's Stallion!"
"The Legend of Dead Man's Cave!"
"Trapped by the Posse!"
"The Whip Strikes!"

Eleven

"How Kid Colt Became an Outlaw"
"Captured by the Comanches"
"Stranger in Town"

Title: "Paid in Full"
Story:
Art: Werner Roth
Heroes: Gunbutt Jones [outlaw cattle rustler, stage robber]
Villains: Bull Dawson [cattle rustler, dies]
Others: Paint [Jones' horse], Jim Padgett [farmer, dies], Jeff Padgett [Jim's son, becomes sheriff], Mrs. Padgett [farmer's wife]
Genre: Western
Setting: Yuma, Arizona, USA; Mexico
Synopsis: Jones is about to be hung for murdering Jim Padgett, but he recounts how he actually intervened to try and save Jim from Bull Dawson. Jim's son Jeff is the sheriff now and he lets Jones go free.

Twelve

"Death by Torture"
"Jailbreak in Jack-knife City"
"The Boy Who Hated Kid Colt"
"The New Marshall"

Thirteen

"Magic of Manitou"
"Code of the Outlaw!"
"The Showdown!"
"Murder by a Dead Man!"

Fourteen

Title: "Growler Joe Meets the Stranger!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Billy the Kid
Villains: Growler Joe [outlaw]
Others: Clay Barker [sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: 1880, Apache Hill, Texas
Reprinted In: Cowboy Action#5; Rawhide Kid#121
Synopsis: Billy helps the disgraced Barker regain his respect by defeating Growler Joe and then letting Barker drive him out of town.
"The Tribe That Vanished"
"The Boy Who Hunted"

Fifteen

"Gun Whipped in Shotgun City"
"Fangs of Death"
"Hank Roebuck, the Man Who Tamed Brass Town"
"The Waiting Rope"

Sixteen

"No Time to Die"
"Kit Landers Vengeance"
"Monarch of the Range"
"The Man From Back East"

Seventeen

"Flaming Guns"
"Death Trap"
"The Ghost of Cactus Canyon"
"The Would-Be Outlaw"

Eighteen (January, 1952)

"Gunsmoke Trail!"
"Riot in Jericho!"
"The Curse of Boot Hill"
"The Sheriff of Six-Mile Creek!"

Nineteen

"Revenge in Sagebrush City"
"Mystery of the Stolen Cache"
"The Lonely Trail"
"The Big Smoke"

Twenty

"Mystery of Horseshoe Creek"
"Lonesome Trail"
"Fool's Gold"
"Guns With Silver Butts"

Twenty-One

"Wanted, Dead or Alive!"
"Death Rides a Black Stallion!"
"The Footprints!"
"The Glory Trail!"

Twenty-Two

"Rustlers Moon"
"Legion of the Dead"
"The Rattler Strikes"
"Stampede"

Twenty-Three

"Silent Witness"
"Duel in Durango"
"In Cold Blood"
"The Man Who Wouldn't Die"

Twenty-Four

"Terror in Tombstone"
"War Drums in the West"
"The Outlaw"
"The Hangman of Hutch Hill"

Twenty-Five (March, 1953)

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"Gun Crazy"
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Twenty-Six

"Terror of Tarantula Flats!"
"No Turning Back"

Title: "Vengeance Trail!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Pasco [dies] and his gang [robbers]
Others: Gus Hyatt [general store owner, deceased], Vince Newkirk [young man], Steel, Judge Newkirk [Vince's father], Rex [Vince's horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#166
Synopsis: Vince enters Gus' shop just after Paso's gang have robbed and murdered Gus; they knock out Vince and leave some of the money with him, causing the sheriff to assume Vince is the killer. Vince's own father sentences him to death but Kid Colt sets Vince free and helps him capture Pasco, clearing his name.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Champ Gannon [man leading children astray]
Others: Steel, Miss Gantry [schoolteacher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#166
Synopsis: Champ leads children away from school with tales of his gun prowess; Colt challenges him to prove his abilities and when Colt outshines him at every contest, Champ leads the children back to their teacher.

Twenty-Seven

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"Death in Twin Falls"
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Twenty-Eight (June, 1953)
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"The Lady and the Outlaw"
"Four Graves to Fargo!"

Title: "The Coward!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Wild Bill Hickok
Villains: Red Durgan [gunman, dies] and his gang
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Texas
Synopsis: Hickok pretends to be meek and cowardly around Durgan until he's certain the man is a killer, then takes out Durgan and his entire gang.

Twenty-Nine

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Title: "The Hangin's at Dawn"
Story:
Art: Sam Kweskin
Villains: Luke Dawson [gunman]
Others: Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Dawson is in jail for killing an Apache but is certain his men will rescue him. A party breaks Dawson out, but they're the Apaches, who bury him in an anthill as revenge.

Thirty (September, 1953)

Title: "The Hair Trigger!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: A stranger
Villains: Hook Haddon [man with hair-trigger gun, dies]
Others: Sheriff Miller [dies], Judge Walker [dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rocky Gulch
Synopsis: Haddon massacres the law in Rocky Gulch then comes back each month to extort money from the town, using his hair-trigger gun to best everyone. However, a stranger with his own hair-trigger kills Haddon and becomes the new sheriff.
"Money-on-the Hoof"
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Thirty-One

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"The Avenger"
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Thirty-Two

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"The Back Breaker"
"Death Rides the Stage!"

Thirty-Three

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Thirty-Four

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Cole Brothers [gunmen], Farren, el Tigre [Mexican bandit, dies]
Others: Steel, Tad Calhoun [child, almost dies], Bret Calhoun [Tad's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Killerstown, USA
Synopsis: Kid Colt battles the Cole Brothers, but Tad is seemingly killed during the firefight; Colt resolves to give up his guns, but Tad is alive - it's a plot by el Tigre to keep Colt sidelined while he tries to drive settlers out of a valley; when Colt learns the truth, he kills el Tigre.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Apaches, Blackie Horne [outlaw, dies] and his gang
Others: Steel, Jake Macklin [US marshal, dies], Maklin [Jake's son, deputy sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Plainsville, USA
Synopsis: Kid Colt is pursued into the desert by Jake Maklin's son, who wants to make a name for himself; Colt eventually saves the son from Apaches, winning his respect. When Marshal Maklin catches up to them, the son lets Colt go; Blackie winds up killing the marshal but Colt joins forces with the son and kill Blackie and his gang; Colt declares Maklin is worthy to carry on his father's reputation.

Title: "Whip Versus Guns!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Whip Ward [whip-wielding rustler, dies] and two-man gang [both die]
Others: Ben [cattle rancher], Marie Lathrop, Satan/Ichabod
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Synopsis: Black Rider finds Ben near death because of Whip Ward; he finally faces Ward and kills Ward and his gang.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ralph [fat man] and his sister [cattle rustlers]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Ralph accuses Kid Colt of rustling cattle; Ralph's beautiful sister is actually behind their operation and Colt captures both of them for the law.

Thirty-Five (March, 1954)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jack Kessler [trader, dies]
Others: Steel, Tall Pine [Blackfoot sub-chief], Wa-Ha-Ni [Tall Pine's daughter], Lt. Hart [military officer, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Kenshaw Mountains; Mineral Wells, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#28
Synopsis: Colt saves Tall Pine from a bear and hears about the chief's troubles, notably his daughter's love for Lt. Hart and how Kessler is trying to sell his people guns and alcohol. Colt drives Kessler out of Tall Pine's village then accompanies Hart to Mineral Wells; however, Hart is shot and killed by an unseen figure. Colt realizes Kessler is responsible and faces him in town, finally acccidentally beating Kessler to death as they fight.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Copper Poe [20-year old outlaw, dies], Vince Poe [Copper's brother, dies]
Others: Jack and Amy Bent [newlyweds], Rensen [toll collector], Steel, Sheriff Anse Torrent
Genre: Western
Setting: Massacre River, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#27
Synopsis: Colt kills Copper in a gunfight, then learns the Poe gang framed him for robbery; Colt rides to Massacre River, but finds the bridge washed out and has to stay in the toll station. Others arrive in the station, including Vince Poe, Sheriff Torrent and several stagecoach passengers. Vince finally learns Colt killed his brother and assembles his gang to kill Colt, but the other people in the station aid Colt and Vince dies in the firefight; the sheriff lets Colt go.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Colin Trace [Tex's fiance, dies] and his raiders
Others: Steel, Abe Starr [freight company owner, dies], Tex Starr [Abe's daughter], Ox [Starr freighting employee], Duke Chancey [Great Western freight company owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Prairie City, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: Colt comes upon the remains of a recently-destroyed wagon train; Abe is dying in the wreck and asks Colt to tell Tex to keep their company going. Colt relays the message and helps the company complete a shipment, then exposes Tex's fiance Colin as the one sending raiders after them, hoping to drive the Starrs into selling their business. Colt kills Colin in a shootout.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Injun Pancho [former Lathrop ranchhand, dies]
Others: Ichabod/Satan, Bobby Lathrop, Jim Lathrop
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Synopsis: The disgruntled Pancho kills Bobby's horse; Black Rider kills Pancho, then tames a wild horse to be Bobby's new steed.

Thirty-Six

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Saunders [land-grabber, dies], Reeves [thug], Fletch Gallo [gunfighter, dies]
Others: Adams [land owner], Ginny [his daughter], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Silver Spur Saloon
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Colt protects Adams against Saunders' men, even after Fletch Gallo is hired; when Fletch attacks the Kid, he uses Saunders as a human shield, then drops Gallo.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Sam Labowe [rancher, dies], Slagg [foreman]
Others: Steel, Johnny Falcon [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Devil's Gorge
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Colt helps defend Falcon against charges of murder and unmasks Labowe as the true murderer.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Crowley [stage owner], George Flint [outlaw, dies], phoney Comanches
Others: Steel, Lester P. Forbes [railroad owner], Sally Forbes [his daughter], White Eagle and other Comanches
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Crowley has his men dress as Comanches to run trains off the tracks and ruin Forbes for the benefit of the stage. Colt realizes the Comanches are fakes and unmasks the conspiracy.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Dan Loprino
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Deuce Dixon [gambler, dies], Jig [Dixon's ally]
Others: Satan/Ichabod, Mrs. King [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#7
Synopsis: Dixon begins running crooked gambling games; Black Rider opposes him and bets his honour against Dixon's life; Black Rider wins their wager and kills Dixon.

Thirty-Seven

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Thirty-Eight (June, 1954)

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Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Kun-Tan-Ho [Comanche medicine man]
Others: Satan/Ichabod, Marie Lathrop, Jim Lathrop, Great Eagle [Comanche chief] and other Comanches
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Synopsis: The Black Rider discovers the Comanches suffering from a plague. A dying medicine man warns him of Kun-Tan-Ho. As Doc Masters, the Rider obtains a cure but has to battle the wicked Kun-Tan-Ho before he can administer it, then wins the tribe's approval.

Thirty-Nine (July, 1954)

"And Sudden Death!"
"A Thousand Sinners"
"El Dorado!"
"The Lawmakers"

Forty

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"In the Renegade"
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Forty-One (October, 1954)

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"Dust of Destiny"
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Forty-Two

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"Gun-Duel at Dusk"
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Forty-Three

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"The Meeting"
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Forty-Four

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Monk [gunman], Chess Powell [Monk's partner]
Others: Steel, Mrs. Powell [Chess' mother, old woman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#161
Synopsis: Colt is wounded by Monk and Chess while they rob a stage; Colt rides to Mrs. Powell's farm, where she tends his wounds, but Chess leads Monk to the farm with him for shelter. The two gunmen tie up Colt, but when a posse arrives, Chess' mother sets Colt free and Chess turns against Monk when Monk tries to use his mother as a human shield. Chess agrees to surrender to the law.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jory and Chess Hayes [kidnappers, treasure hunters, both die]
Others: Steel, Running Creek [chief's son], Mopar [Native chief, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West, the "Lost City"
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#17
Synopsis: Jory and Chess kidnap Mopar to find the Lost City where his people bury their treasure; Kid Colt pursues them with Running Creek, but arrive after Mopar has been fatally wounded by the thieves; a gunfight against Colt and Running Creek creates an avalanche which buries the thieves under rock, killing them; the city is kept safe from exploitation.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Link Stanton and his gang
Others: Steel, Jamie Watson [teenager]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shady Corners, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#18
Synopsis: Link begins taking over Shady Corners, but Jamie summons Kid Colt, who quickly bests the outlaws, restoring order to the town.

Title: "The Lawman From Yuma!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Drag Hamill [outlaw] and his gang
Others: Satan/Ichabod, Marshal Ben Blade [old lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Yuma; Quarry Gulch; Leadville, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#14
Synopsis: The Black Rider saves Blade from an ambush by Hamill's gang. Blade is supposed to capture Hamill, but is becoming too old. Seeing the marshal is determined, the Black Rider helps ensure Hamill's defeat.

Forty-Five (February, 1955)

Title: "The Doomed Express!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Jake Grimes [dies]
Others: Satan/Ichabod, Bobby Lathrop, Marie Lathrop
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#13
Synopsis: The Black Rider must stop Jake Grimes from destroying a train trestle and does, throwing Grimes from the trestle.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dr. Walter Q. Calhoun [criminal, posing as traveling doctor, dies], Powahattu [Calhoun's supposed mixer of Golden Elixir], bank robbers [Cory]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Clayton, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#163
Synopsis: Robbers use Dr. Calhoun to create a diversion so they can rob towns; however, Colt realizes what the gang is up to and halts the robbery. Calhoun flees in his wagon but accidentally tumbles over a cliff.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Corbett [outlaw, dies] and his gang [Vance]
Others: Spud Dawson [local], Steel, Charlie [bartender]
Genre: Western
Setting: Copper City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#19
Synopsis: Colt is tied up to a tree by Corbett and left to be killed by a rattlesnake, but Dawson sets Colt free; Colt catches up to Corbett in a hotel and punches Corbett out a window; Corbett's tie catches on a tree and he's hung.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jeb Rawlins [rancher] and his men [Adams]
Others: Sue Lane [property owner], Brad Lane [Sue's brother], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#161; Kid Colt, Outlaw#204
Synopsis: Colt helps Sue defend her property from Jeb; Jeb sends a man to impersonate her long-absent brother Brad, but Colt sees through the deception and finally catches the whole gang; the real Brad arrives to help Sue run the property.
Notes: Titled "Kid Colt Helps a Lady!" in reprint.

Forty-Six (March, 1955)
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"The Schoolmarm Was a Gentleman"
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Forty-Seven (April, 1955)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Gang of looters [Hoakes]
Others: Steel, Dr. Henry Miller [physician], Gail Miller [doctor's daughter], Curly Adams [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mayville, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: Colt saves Gail from a flood; looters strike the town, but Colt defeats them.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rocky [gambler, rival of Spade], Wes [Rocky's aide]
Others: Steel, Bob Fletcher [rancher, amateur gambler], Sally Fletcher [Bob's sister], Spade [gambler, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: Colt helps Bob in a fight when he feuds with Spade; Rocky tries to rile up Spade and Bob against each other, then kill Spade and make Bob look guilty, but Colt exposes Rocky's plot and captures him.

Title: "The Land Grabber!"
Story:
Art: Doug Wildey
Villains: Prutt Clay [ruthless land owner, dies]
Others: Jake Brown [indebted to Clay, dies], Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Clay Junction, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: Clay heartlessly drives out rivals to swallow up more land; when Apaches invade, there's no one left to help Clay and they kill him.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Steve Barlow [Ted's uncle] and his men
Others: Charlie [Steve's old servant], Ted [boy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#157
Synopsis: Colt befriends Ted; Charlie learns Barlow wants to kill Ted to keep him from inheriting the family estate and warns Colt and Ted how Barlow's men will ambush them; sticking up decoys with their clothes, Colt, Ted and Charlie surprise the ambushers; Charlie becomes Ted's new guardian.

Forty-Eight (May, 1955)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Pepito Chavez [Mexican bandit gang leader]
Others: Steel, U.S. Cavalry
Genre: Western
Setting: Fort Henry
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#13
Synopsis: Colt is captured by Chavez and forced to lead them to the U.S. Cavalry and prepare an ambush; the Kid leaves a message for the cavalry, written in rocks and when they do arrive, they arrive in superior numbers and defeat Chavez.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jory [ex-foreman, dies]
Others: Steel, Blackie [black stallion], Miss Peters [ranch owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Miss Peters' ranch
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#13
Synopsis: Colt aids Miss Peters against Jory, who tries to rustle her horses; Colt is assisted by the wild stallion Blackie, who drives Jory off a cliff.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Trevors
Others: Steel, Mr. Peale [funeral home owner], Jeff [suspected shooter]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#13
Synopsis: Colt is involved in a shooting, but it is unclear who shot whom; Colt discerns it was Trevors by examining the bullet taken from the dead man's body.

Title: "Man With a Gun"
Story:
Art: Joe Kubert, Seymour Moskowitz
Heroes: Blaze Harkness [retired gunfighter]
Villains: Drago Kid [gunman]
Others: Sally [Blaze's daughter], Doris Tompkins [Sally's friend]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wayneville, Texas, USA
Synopsis: Drago Kid throws his weight around Wayneville, claiming he learned to fight from Blaze Harkness; however, when he tries to force his attentions on Sally, her father drives him off, revealing he's Blaze and Drago Kid is a liar.

Forty-Nine

Title: The Man in Black"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Jabez Crawford
Others: Si, Slim Jenkins [Crawford's neighbours]
Genre: Western
Setting: Pecos County, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#157
Synopsis: Jabez dammed up the water for his own ranch and his neighbours hate him; they decide to bar him access to town, forcing him to ultimately sign over his property.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Vance and his gang [robbers]
Others: Hugh Barlow [witness, deceased], Steel, Mr. Barker [Vance's attorney]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#158
Synopsis: Vance escapes punishment for an earlier crime when the only witness turns up dead; Colt pursues Vance and finds him about to dynamite a bridge as part of a stage robbery; this time, Vance goes away to prison.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Danny Lawson [robber], Ginny Lawson [aka Cora, Danny's sister, poses as Frank's girlfriend], Danny's gang
Others: Frank [sheriff], Mr. Simpson [civilian], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Mesa Valley, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#158
Synopsis: Some people blame Frank when he fails to capture Danny's gang; with Colt's help, the gang is finally caught and "Cora" turns out to be Danny's sister, providing him with information.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Mr. Wiley [businessman] and his men
Others: Steel, Charlie [train engineer], Alvin Parker [Central Railroad president]
Genre: Western
Setting: Culler's Pass, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#157
Synopsis: The Central Railroad is beset by robbers and saboteurs; Colt discovers Wiley is behind them, trying to trick the railroad into selling him their business.

Fifty

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Chess Barlow and his gang
Others: Steel, Willie [child], Willie's grandfather, Benson [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sleepy Valley, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#155
Synopsis: Kid Colt discovers Sleepy Valley has been taken over by Barlow's gang, who have imprisoned most of the residents. Colt bands together the few remaining people, sets the others free from prison and overthrows the gang.

Title: "The End of the Rio Kid!"
Story:
Art: Bob McCarty
Heroes: Rio Kid [Rand MacKay, retired gunfighter]
Villains: A gang of troublemakers
Others: Betty Winsor [Rio Kid's lover]
Genre: Western
Setting: Dispatch, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#14
Synopsis: The Rio Kid retires from gunplay to marry his sweetheart; a gang decide the Kid must have weakened and try to beat him in a fight, but the Kid defeats them with his fists.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Flint Waters [Wells Fargo robber, dies], Luke Waters [Flint's brother]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Big Bend
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Colt helps escort Flint to Big Bend, but Luke sets Flint free along the way; Colt and Flint shoot-out and Flint is slain by an avalanche his gun causes.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bull Largess and his gang [Dane]
Others: Craig [believed to be coward], Sue Graham [Craig's girlfriend], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#155
Synopsis: People think Craig is a coward because he never got revenge on Bull for killing his brother; Colt stands up to Bull and his gang with Craig's help, ridding Craig of the coward's brand.

Fifty-One

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"Revenge"
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Fifty-Two

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Frenchie [casino owner], Spence, Stokes [Frenchie's gunmen]
Others: Steel, Charlie [old man], Frank Thacker [city official], Billy [child]
Genre: Western
Setting: Stockton, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Gambling is ruining Stockton as locals spend their money in the casino instead of investing it; Colt helps drive away the gamblers.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Natives, Durano, Horn Clanton [stage robbers]
Others: Steel, Willie [old man], Jim Wyatt [farmer], Mrs. Wyatt [Jim's wife], Jody Wyatt [Jim's son], Billy, Tom [stagecoach team]
Genre: Western
Setting: Silver Valley
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Colt saves Willie from a grizzly, battles through hostile Natives, fends off cold weather, wolves and stage robbers, all to deliver silver spurs to Jody on his birthday.

Title: "The Ramrod!"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Alf Durand [Pawnee's sheriff]
Villains: "Ramrod" [former Confederate soldier]
Others: Dave [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: 1867, Pawnee, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: The "Ramrod" rides into Pawnee picking fights over his sorrow at the Confederacy losing the Civil War; finally, Alf Durand arrests him - he's the Ramrod's brother.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clyde Hanson [Ed Moore's cousin]
Others: Steel, Dawson [rancher], Ed Moore [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wolf Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Colt becomes involved in the feud between Dawson and Moore after Moore's brother is killed. Moore thinks Dawson killed him but it was really Moore's cousin, who hoped to inherit Moore's ranch by turning them against each other. Colt captures Clyde.

Fifty-Three

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"Only One Returned"

Fifty-Four

Title: "Gun Smoke!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Mallon and his gang
Others: Steel, Anne Marshall [young woman], Oliver Marshall [Anne's uncle, gold prospector]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#165
Synopsis: Colt saves Anne from Mallon; Mallon wants to find Anne's uncle and his gold strike, but although they force the location of Oliver from Anne, Oliver has no gold; Colt fights off Mallon and some dynamite Mallon tried to use against Oliver instead exposes the mother lode of gold.

Title: "The Desperate Man!"
Story:
Art: Doug Wildey
Heroes: Logan [prospector]
Villains: Ken and Mule [bank robbers]
Others: Amigo [Logan's horse], Jerry [child], Jerry's father [dies], Jerry's mother
Genre: Western
Setting: Bar-T Ranch, Montana, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#165
Synopsis: Logan becomes desperate from time in the wild, fruitlessly searching for gold; in winter, he comes upon a stagecoach and almost robs the family he finds, but instead guides them home to the Bar-T. Moving along, Logan almost helps a bank robbery, but at the last moment decides not to; returning to the Bar-T, Logan collapses in the snow; Jerry and his mother save him; he learns Jerry's father died and now they want Logan to stay with them.

Title: "The Visitor!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clooney and his gang
Others: Steel, Sheriff Potter [old lawman], Randy Potter [sheriff's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#166
Synopsis: Sheriff Potter is bed-ridden and summons Kid Colt to help against Clooney's men, not believing Randy is ready to be a lawman. However, Randy joins Colt and Sheriff Potter in battle; after Clooney's defeat, the sheriff passes his job to Randy.

Title: "Wanted!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dressen [murderer]
Others: Sheriff Crowley, Steel, Ted Stewart [wanted man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#165
Synopsis: A posse hunts in the hills for Ted Stewart, but Colt helps discover Dressen is the killer they're looking for; Dressen falls into a pit, exposing the money belt he stole from the murdered man.

Fifty-Five (December, 1955)

Title: "The Challenge!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dagger Tate [gunman]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Crockett City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#160
Synopsis: Colt and Tate quarrel over which of them will cross a bridge first; later, they face off in a series of rodeo challenges which Colt winds up winning; Steel helps save Colt from a sneak attack by Tate afterward.
"The Meeting"
"Rustlers Roundup"
"Gun Savvy"
"The Loser"

Fifty-Six (January, 1956)

Title: "Flames Along the Border!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rafe Murdock [bandit leader] and his bandits
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Fort Henry, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#164
Synopsis: Colt stumbles across Rafe's gang and is captured, but escapes his bonds with Steel's help and alerts the army to Murdock's whereabouts, leading to Rafe's capture.

Title: "Trail's End!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: White Claw [renegade Apache, dies]
Others: Steel, Pomattu [Apache, White Claw's brother], White Cloud [Pomattu's horse], Apaches [Red Dog]
Genre: Western
Setting: Desert, an Apache village, Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#164
Synopsis: Colt nearly dies of thirst in the desert but Pomattu saves him; Colt reveals he was nearly killed by White Claw and on his return to the desert, White Claw makes another attempt on Colt's life; Pomattu shadows Colt and saves him by killing White Claw, revealing then to Colt White Claw was his brother.

Title: "Six-Gun Palaver!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Forbes and his gang
Others: Wayne [would-be gunman], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Cedar Junction, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#167
Synopsis: Wayne wants a gunfight with Kid Colt but runs into the Forbes gang, who menace him until Colt comes to Wayne's rescue.

Title: "Showdown at Sunset!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bull Kohler [businessman, casino owner]
Others: Steel, Nate Hawkins [farmer], Ginny Hawkins [Nate's granddaughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#165
Synopsis: Bull is trying to force Nate off his land so he can sell it to the railroad, but Kid Colt helps Nate drive away Bull's men.

Title: "The Last Gun Fight"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Jim Northrop [rancher]
Villains: A gang of cattle rustlers
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Jim accuses a stranger of being a cattle rustler, but turns out to be wrong; realizing how close he came to killing the stranger, Jim is chastened.

Fifty-Seven (February, 1956)

Title: "Outnumbered!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Sheriff
Villains: The Durgan Gang [outlaws]
Others: Cal [townsperson]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Al Williamson: Hidden Lands
Synopsis: The Sheriff hears the Durgan Gang is coming and plans to face them alone. However, as the gang rides in the townsfolk stand by their sheriff, giving him the strength in numbers needed to arrest the gang.
"Mission of Mercy"
"Danger Trail"
"No Place to Run!"
"Revolt in Rawhide!"

Fifty-Eight (March, 1956)

Title: "Six-Gun Challenge!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Roy Dugan [brother of Hank Dugan], Mr. Kincaid [bushwhacker] and his gang
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Starkville, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#214
Synopsis: Roy wants revenge on Kid Colt because he sent his brother to prison; Kincaid asks Roy to join his gang in ambushing Colt but Roy refuses and eventually he and Colt join forces to stop Kincaid's gang.

Title: "Prairie Smoke!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Natives
Others: Mr. Burns, Chad [homesteaders], Steel, Mr. Hanson [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#213
Synopsis: Homesteaders and ranchers are about to start a range war when Natives attack them; banding together, the two sides finally learn to share.

Title: "Gambling House!"
Story:
Art: Al Williamson
Villains: Blackjack [professional gambler]
Others: Ben Avery [amateur gambler], a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: USA of the Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#216; Al Williamson: Hidden Lands
Synopsis: Blackjack is suspected of running crooked games after he cleans out Avery's money. Hearing of the coming of Red Beard Dolan, who robs gambling houses, Blackjack begs the sheriff for help. The sheriff agrees to if he closes down his gambling house and gives Avery back his money. Blackjack complies and never learns "Red Beard Dolan" was a disguise adopted by the sheriff.
"Secret of the Plains"
"Showdown For Keeps"

Fifty-Nine (April, 1956)

Title: "Inside the Cave!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Jeb Sykes [prospector]
Villains: Abner Drake [outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old Snowy mountain
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#79
Synopsis: Abner helps Jeb prospect to hide from the posse seeking him. When the coast is clear he sends Jeb into a cave alone then hits him from behind. He tries to seal up the cave with a rock but causes an avalanche which kills him. Jeb revives and escapes, discovering gold in the cave.

Title: "Curtain of Lead!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Fuller Gang [Blackie Fuller]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Hopeville; Needle Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#149
Synopsis: Colt joins the posse chasing the Fuller Gang and uses Steel to drive off their horses at night, giving him the chance he needs to capture the gang.

Title: "Trouble Trail!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Pete Dawson [killer]
Others: Steel, Randy [son of murdered man], Ellen [Randy's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Spider Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#149
Synopsis: After Dawson murders his father, Randy seeks revenge; Randy nearly walks into Dawson's ambush in the woods, but Colt saves him.

Title: "King of the Badlands!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: King Bellows and his gang [Wilson, Burke, Nate]
Others: Mr. Dorset [railroad builder], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Clay City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#149
Synopsis: King Bellows opposes the railroad and holes up in the woods to battle the builders, but Colt drives out King by attacking him at night, causing him to waste ammunition at noises until Colt can capture him; the railroad goes through.
Notes: King Bellows and gang wear animal masks in reprint.

Title: "Badman's Rout!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hank Fletcher
Others: Steel, Anne Palmer [widow], Eddie Palmer [Anne's son], Jeff Barlowe [Anne's foreman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#149
Synopsis: Colt helps defend Anne, whose ranch is being threatened by Fletcher; Colt stops Fletcher from destroying the nearby dam and Jeff decides to marry Anne.

Sixty (May, 1956)

Title: "The Promise"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Villains: Sam Durstine, Cal Durstine [Sam's nephew]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#140; Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3; Rawhide Kid#111
Synopsis: The Durstines rob a store but Cal is shot; Sam tries to go after the sheriff who shot him, but Cal decides instead they should turn themselves over to the law.

Title: "Desert Vengeance!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Three thieves [Pete, Jake]
Others: Steel, Sam [Mexican], a monk
Genre: Western
Setting: Santa Maria Madre; Santa Sierra, Mexican
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#160
Synopsis: A monk asks Colt to retrieve a vase which was stolen from Santa Maria Madre; the thieves are unable to sell the vase and Colt returns it to the fountain at Santa Maria Madre; the water in the fountain is normally poisonous, but the vase serves as a purifier.

Title: "An Act of Faith!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Danny Haynes [child], Doc Haynes [Danny's father, physician], Mrs. Haynes [Danny's mother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Pine Bluff, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#160
Synopsis: Doc Haynes is almost out of money, but Colt forces all of his creditors to pay their bills.

Title: "Day of Decision!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Renegade soldiers [Tully]
Others: Steel, US Army, governor of Texas, governor of New Mexico
Genre: Western
Setting: Fort Davis, Texas; Elephant Butte, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#161; Kid Colt, Outlaw#204
Synopsis: Soldiers who were betrayed and stranded ask Colt to deliver their papers to Fort Davis; the papers reveal the governors of Texas and New Mexico want to become US states; Colt serves as bodyguards for the two governors, fending off more renegades until they reach their destination in Elephant Butte.

Sixty-One (June, 1956)

Title: "Surrender or Die!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Trigger
Others: Steel, US Cavalry, Randy [army officer's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Longhorn, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#157
Synopsis: The army has surrounded the lawless town of Longhorn and their commanding officer asks Colt to help them negotiate with the men of Longhorn; Colt is able to sway Randy to his side and Randy helps him defeat the other outlaws; Randy is reunited with his father.

Title: "Showdown!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dip Fallon [outlaw], Jake Garson [rustler]
Others: Steel, Sheriff Jeremy Haig [former outlaw Cobra Kane]
Genre: Western
Setting: San Juan
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#159
Synopsis: Colt sees Haig stand up against Fallon, only to depart San Juan. Colt pursues Haig and learns he used to be the outlaw Cobra Kane and Fallon threatened to tell others. Colt encourages him to return to San Juan and defeat Fallon, regardless of the consequences.

Title: "The Phantom Raiders!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dace Dalton [Phantom Raider, ghostly outlaw] and his gang
Others: Steel, Marshal Sumter
Genre: Western
Setting: Phantom City
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#159
Synopsis: Marshal Sumter is hypnotized by Dalton and forced to face him in a gunfight every day, never killing each other because their guns have blanks. Colt discovers Dalton is still alive and breaks the news to Sumter, then gives him live ammunition to finally best Dalton and his men.

Title: "The Loser"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Sheriff Wade Parker
Villains: Sam Desmond [prospective sheriff], Kago Kid [outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Gulch
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#159
Synopsis: Sheriff Parker goes about his job quietly and unpretentiously, but newcomer Sam Desmond opposes him in the election for sheriff, offering gifts and amiable company to everyone in town. Parker is convinced he's lost the election, but the people vote him in - they enjoyed Desmond's company, but knew he wasn't made for the job of sheriff.

Title: "The Stalker!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Scar Harris [ex-con]
Others: Steel, Sam Gridley [friend of Colt's, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sunset Mesa
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#159
Synopsis: Colt arrives moments after his friend Gridley is killed and is suspected of the murder; he investigates and realizes Scar Harris is killing the jurors who sent him to prison just as he vowed and catches Harris in time to save six of the jurors.

Sixty-Two (July, 1956)

Title: "The Meanest Man in Town!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bannon [land grabber] and his men [Luke]
Others: Grump Fowler [unhappy man], Steel, Rick Fowler [Grump's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Fiddler's Ridge; Panner's Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#24
Synopsis: Grump Fowler is ornery with everyone he meets, even Colt, but Colt still helps save his spread from Bannon.

Title: "Highway Robbery~"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: Jess Wickers [stage robber]
Others: Sam, Ben [Wells Fargo stage drivers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#122
Synopsis: Jess robs the Wells Fargo stage, but suffers a gunshot wound; he successfully hides from the pursuing posse, but turns himself in for medical treatment.

Title: "Duel to the End!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rock Gavin [gunfighter], Marty [gunman]
Others: Steel, Charro Dance [gunfighter], Johnny Dance [Charro's twin brother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cottonwood; Spur Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Gavin wants revenge on Charro but when he confronts him, Charro doesn't recognize him. Colt learns this is Johnny, Charro's twin brother; with Charro's help, they save his brother; the two twins decide to open a print shop together.

Title: "The Dam!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hank, Shag [dam builders]
Others: Steel, Jeff Cantrell [cattle rancher], an orphaned boy
Genre: Western
Setting: Cavallo, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Tensions are high between cattle and sheep ranchers, but Colt finds the culprits are men who dammed up the river so they would have the best grazing land; Colt defeats them and destroys their dam.

Title: "Beware the Gunman!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Spade Reed [gunfighter]
Others: Steel, Jake [Spade's friend], a teenager
Genre: Western
Setting: Riata
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#1
Synopsis: Colt meets a young teenager who claims to be Kid Colt; Colt plays along with him and accompanies him into Riata; Spade challenges "Colt" to a fight, but the real Colt answers it and defeats him.

Sixty-Three (August, 1956)

Title: "Counter-Ambush!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bart Holly and Shim Anders [robbers]
Others: Jake Banner [gun shop owner], sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Sierra [border town]
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#46
Synopsis: Colt encounters two men tracking him, hoping to collect a reward; he takes away their guns and finds a plan detailing their intent to rob the Sierra Bank; the robbers steal new guns from a shop owner and implicate him in the bank robbery; when Colt arrives with their plans, he proves Banner's innocence and catches the two crooks.

Title: "Rampage!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Shag Marcy and his gang
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#213
Synopsis: Colt is captured by Shag's gang and Shag tries to force him to join their ranks; however, Colt tears down Shag's silo hideout and captures the entire gang.

Title: "Rustlers' Moon!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Duke Costa [criminal] and his men [Luke Darrow, Shorty Burns]
Others: Chuck Plummer [rancher], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Faro, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#213
Synopsis: Plummer's ranch is being rustled by Costa; Colt pretends to join Costa's gang to learn how the rustling is accomplished; after learning which of Plummer's ranch hands are on Costa's payroll, Colt exposes the plot.
"Six-Gun Extra"
"Slap Leather"

Sixty-Four (September, 1956)

Title: "Six-Gun Roadblock!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bandits
Others: Steel, Pop Watson [gunsmith], Captain Drake [head of the military in Black Mesa]
Genre: Western
Setting: Black Mesa, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#15
Synopsis: Colt finds the gold-producing town of Black Mesa cut off by bandits and the citizens so lax in comfort they've let their guard down; he shows the local captain the bandits on the horizon and the townsfolk go to Pop Watson for their weapons, driving the bandits away.

Title: "The Town!"
Story:
Art:
Others: A prospector
Genre: Western
Setting: Goldstrike, Nevada, USA
Reprinted In: Outlaw Kid#8
Synopsis: After a prospector discovers gold in the Nevada flatlands, people rush to the area, building the town of Goldstrike. However, eventually the gold is used up and the town goes to ruin, all within just a few years.

Title: "A Man Named Colt"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Yago James
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Gallop City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Yago steals Steel and rides to Gallop City, but the Kid pursues and captures him.

Title: "Gantry's Curse"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Boot Ballam
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#156
Synopsis: Ballam kills Clay Gantry for his treasure, but can't find it; it turns out to be jewels hidden inside of his gun.

Title: "Hired Gun!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Butte Cantrell [raider], Snake Guthrie [hired gunman, dies]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Killdeer, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#158
Synopsis: A wagon team headed to Killdeer is beset by Cantrell's raiders, but Colt drives them away; Cantrell hires Snake to eliminate Colt, but Colt kills Snake in a shoot-out.

Sixty-Five

Title: "Showdown at Smoke Mesa"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bulldog Cass [rustler]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Smoke Mesa
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3
Synopsis: Cass' men have a showdown with Colt in Smoke Mesa and Cass winds up abandoning his rustling and befriending the Kid.

Title: "The Wolf Pack"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Wolf Pack [Jamie, Swanson]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Blaze City
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3
Synopsis: Colt is temporarily trapped in a mine by the Wolf Pack, but escapes to track them down and end their wagon train robbing.
"The Promise"

Title: "The Raiders!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Cobra King and his gang, Tyson [corrupt businessman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cloud City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#141
Synopsis: King Cobra and his men drive business owners out of town, making it easier for men like Tyson to buy out rivals and difficult to make witnesses testify against them; Colt buys a saloon to force King Cobra to come after him, then catches the whole gang and Tyson.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Mike Tate [would-be assassin]
Others: Steel, Sam Graham [rancher], Billy Graham [Sam's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cochise Trail; Burro Flats, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#141
Synopsis: Colt is thought to be the man who shot Sam, but he quickly exposes Mike as the shooter and defeats him.

Sixty-Six (November, 1956)

Title: "Showdown in Cheyenne!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jangles Ross [gambler]
Others: Jim Fowler [wealthy man], Johnny Kirk [young gambler], Dusty [civilian], Mr. Kirk [rancher, Johnny's father], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Cheyenne, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#147
Synopsis: Johnny loses large amounts of money gambling against Jangles and steals his own father's cattle to pay debts, then uses the deed to his father's ranch as collateral; Kid Colt plays in and wins back everything Johnny lost.

Title: "The Gun Nobody Wanted!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hutch [gunman]
Others: Josh Carver [blind man], Mr. Harrow [Flintlock Sentinel newspaper editor]
Genre: Western
Setting: Flintlock, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#147
Synopsis: Carver is shot at night by someone who leaves behind his gun; to find the shooter, Colt begins dropping the weapon around town until he sees Hutch give himself away with guilty reactions.

Title: "The Road to Ruin!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Three bank robbers [Ross]
Others: Steel, Hank [rancher], Mrs. Lawton [civilian], Jed [gold prospector], Kim Lawton and his brother [would-be outlaws]
Genre: Western
Setting: Condor Pass; La Vista, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#147
Synopsis: Kim and his brother keep trying to become outlaws but Kid Colt monitors them and breaks up their schemes; finally, they try to rob a bank when another team of robbers do the same thing; in the confusion, Colt is able to claim the two boys helped stop the robber.

Title: "Fear"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Matt Brown [rancher]
Others: Slim [Matt's friend], Rio Grande Kid [reformed outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#147
Synopsis: Slim warns Matt the Rio Grande Kid is coming to town. Matt testified against the Kid and fears a reprisal, but doesn't want to abandon the life he made for himself. He confronts the Kid, but the Kid has only come to thank him because his testimony probably saved him from the gallows.

Title: "Beyond the Law!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hammer Kane [gambling hall owner] and his men [Blackie Dean]
Others: Sam Foster [general store owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#147
Synopsis: Kane tries to escape punishment for driving out rival businesses by exploiting legal loopholes, but Colt finally gets enough witnesses to stand up to Hammer and arrest him.

Sixty-Seven (December, 1956)

Title: "The Missing Witness!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Gantry [murderer]
Others: Steel, Johnny Costa [outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Los Palos, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#155
Synopsis: After Colt falls through an old bridge, Costa saves him; Costa has been accused of the murder of Phil Boswell and needs Colt's help to testify where he was at the time; Colt agrees and eventually recognizes Gantry as the true killer.

Title: "The Snake Tattoo!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [impersonates Ernie Kimball]
Villains: Ernie Kimball and his gang [Greeley]
Others: Lee Robson [son of murdered man], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Granada, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: Colt is thought to be the killer of John Robson, but Lee observes his father's killer had a snake tattoo. Colt dons a fake tattoo and discovers the real killer is Kimball, who looks similar to Colt; Colt tricks his way into the hideout of Kimball's gang then captures them all.

Title: "The Plundered Stage!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Harvey Cole [banker, gang leader] and his stage robbers
Others: Jim [stagecoach clerk], Dan [sheriff], Carla Lorenz [woman, disguised as "Cass Lorenz," stage driver]
Genre: Western
Setting: Buscadero, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: The Lorenz stage line is being ruined by robbers; Kid Colt offers to ride shotgun with the new driver, Cass Lorenz, who turns out to be Carla, daughter of the stage's owner. Colt discovers their own banker is trying to ruin the stages by robbing them when valuables are being transported; Colt captures the gang and Cole.

Title: "The Dude!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Apaches
Others: Steel, Elbert Smith [New York Daily Press reporter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Buzzard Gulch, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: Kid Colt helps protect Elbert from Apaches, stampeding buffalo and gunmen; however, Elbert finds the west so dull he decides to go back to New York.

Title: "Return of the Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Syd Shores
Heroes: Tom [young man]
Others: Fargo [outlaw, Tom's older brother, dies], Tom's father
Genre: Western
Setting: Coyote Vista
Synopsis: Tom wants to be like Fargo, but Fargo shows up fatally wounded; he warns Tom not to become an outlaw, then dies.

Sixty-Eight

Title: "Firing Squad!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bart Spencer [criminal]
Others: US Cavalry
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#150
Synopsis: The army arrests Colt for stealing gunpowder and cuff him next to Spencer on a train to Fort Chandler; Spencer admits to Colt he was the one who stole the gunpowder and Colt tricks him into telling the truth to the army.

Title: "Last Stage to Peyote!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A thief
Others: Steel, Jim Lauren [civilian], Pete Darrow [schoolboy], Caesar, Nell [horses]
Genre: Western
Setting: Pine City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#150
Synopsis: Colt befriends some schoolchildren by demonstrating his gunmanship. When Lauren is robbed by a thief, suspicion falls on Colt, but the children help Colt escape prison and stall the real thief, whom Colt captures.

Title: "A Desperado at Our Door!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Joe Bennett [federal marshal]
Villains: Clem Durstine [outlaw]
Others: Sarah, Johnny, Sam [frontier family]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#150
Synopsis: Sam's family hear Clem Durstine is in the area; when a man claiming to a ranger stops at the house, the family let him stay; a disshelved man comes in search of the first and the family assume him to be Durstine, but in reality the clean-cut man is the outlaw, the ragged man is a marshal.

Title: "Ambush!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clem Stagg [gold thief]
Others: Steel, Johnny Fraser [gold panner], Mr. Fraser [Johnny's father, general store owner], Natives
Genre: Western
Setting: Wolverine Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#150
Synopsis: Colt goes to find Johnny, who was lost while seeking gold. Stagg finds Johnny first and takes the gold, but before he can kill Johnny Kid Colt intervenes and stops Stagg.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Kane, other robbers
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Tumbleweed, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#150
Synopsis: Colt foils a bank robbery in Tumbleweed, but learns the locals allowed it happen so the thieves would take marked money; to make up for his error, Colt infiltrates the gang and leads them to another robbery with the same marked money, enabling government agents to arrest the gang.

Sixty-Nine (February, 1957)

Title: "Tinhorn Sheriff!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of rabble-rousers
Others: Steel, Jeff Crandall [sheriff, newspaper publisher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Copperhead, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#148; Kid Colt, Outlaw#210
Synopsis: Colt helps Crandall clean up Copperhead and gets the newspaper printing again.

Title: "Dangerous Game!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jake Penning, Carl Miller [cattle buyers]
Others: Stark [son of Cabe Stark, who was robbed by Penning and Miller], Mr. Cobb [banker], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Tribe Hill, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#148; Kid Colt, Outlaw#208
Synopsis: Penning and Miller pose as government purchasing agents; Stark wants revenge on them for his father, who was arrested for crimes the duo committed; instead, Colt catches the duo after they try to skip town following a bank scam; the men's money is returned and Stark's father is released.

Title: "Phantom Ambush!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Wolf Sabine [gold thief]
Others: Drakul [Mandan warrior], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Mandan burial grounds
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#148; Kid Colt, Outlaw#210
Synopsis: Drakul turns against Wolf Sabine and informs Colt about Sabine's plan to steal gold hidden in a Mandan burial site; Colt thwarts Sabine's gang with Drakul's help.

Title: "Saddle Bum!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: A "saddle tramp" [former gunfighter]
Villains: Spade Durstine [professional gunighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#148
Synopsis: Spade throws his weight around because of his prowess at shooting, but when he bullies a saddle tramp, the man fights back and outshoots Spade; he reveals he used to be a bullying gunfighter like Spade.

Title: "Shoot Fast or Die"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Drak [gunfighter]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Red Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#148
Synopsis: Drake demands a gunfight with Colt; Colt agrees, but in advance wrecks Drake's gunsights so he can't shoot straight, leading an inconclusive showdown.

Seventy

Title: "Marked for Capture!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Cabe Lurch and his three gunmen [Shaky]
Others: Steel, Marshal Hoyt [lawman], Billy Hoyt [marshal's son], Anne Hoyt [marshal's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cottonwood, Coyote County, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#145
Synopsis: Lurch and his men ask Colt to aid them in bushwhacking Marshal Hoyt, but instead Colt helps Hoyt defeat the gang.

Title: "Desperate Hour!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jesse Clune and his gang [Luke, Shorty, Blake, Pasco]
Others: Steel, Chalmers [wagon master]
Genre: Western
Setting: Charro Flats; Timberline, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#145
Synopsis: Colt defends a wagon team from being raided by Jesse's gang; they capture some of Jesse's men, but the rest set the captured members free and steal Steel; they use Steel to bait a trap for Colt on the edge of a cliff which breaks away, but Colt and Steel survive the fall then capture the gang.

Title: "Out of Bounds!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Dillon Family [Brad Dillon, Confederate family], Conroy Family [Ulysses Conroy, Union family]
Genre: Western
Setting: Longhorn, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#145
Synopsis: The Dillons and Conroys are feuding in Longhorn but Colt makes them hate him so much they forget their own differences and end the feud.

Title: "He Stands in the Shadow!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Frank Stanley [physician]
Others: Joe Stanley [gunfighter, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Waynesville, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#145
Synopsis: Joe seems to have a greater reputation than Frank, but Joe eventually dies in a gunfight and is forgotten while Frank's stature in the community continues to grow over time.

Title: "The Last Roundup!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Three robbers [Leech, Carson]
Others: Steel, Harvey [shopkeeper]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sunset Mesa; Big Bow, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#145
Synopsis: Colt is robbed by three unseen men who take his saddle and guns then sell them in Big Bow; fortunately, Steel recognizes the men and Colt captures them, using the money they earned from selling his equipment to purchase it back.

Seventy-One

Title: "The Coward!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Sam Lawson [blind US marshal]
Villains: Hank Kilgore [gunman]
Others: Nancy Lawson [Sam's wife, schoolteacher], Nevada [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Brimstone, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#204
Synopsis: People in Brimstone assume Sam is meek, cowardly fellow because he doesn't work, just whittles away; Kilgore finally starts a fight with Sam, but Sam beats him; it turns out Sam is blind.
"Silver Ghost"
"The Last Notch"
"The Rebel"
"Gunhawks Not Wanted"

Seventy-Two (May, 1957)

Title: "Draw on Sight!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Johnny Starr, Wolf Petrie [Chisholm's old partners]
Others: Strap Chisholm [reformed gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Caribou
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#7; Western Gunfighters#30
Synopsis: Colt meets former outlaw Chisholm, who wants to go straight, but his old partners Starr and Petrie are after him for revenge; Colt brings them to justice.

Title: "The Big Man"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Villains: Rack Walker [robber, dies]
Others: Rack's father, Sue [Rack's girlfriend], a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Last Notch, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#30
Synopsis: Rack commits a robbery and hopes to become a "big man." However, his notoriety results in his father and Sue wanting nothing to do with him and he's shot to death by a sheriff.

Title: "Fateful Journey"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of stage robbers
Others: Steel, Harold Whitney [Colt Company representative]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sierra
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#210
Synopsis: Colt is captured and held by a sheriff aboard a stage alongside Whitney; when the stage is attacked, Whitney sets Colt free to help drive off the thieves. Colt is proved innocent for the time and Whitney gives him two colts from the Colt Company.

Title: "The Sheriff of Buckshot!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [temporarily becomes sheriff]
Villains: Outlaws
Others: Steel, Sheriff Barker [old lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Buckshot, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#208
Synopsis: Important bankers are headed to Buckshot but the streets are full of outlaws and Barker is too old to handle them; Colt temporarily becomes sheriff and cleans up the town.

Title: "Trail of Disaster!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Cantrell, Jake, Luke James [thieves]
Others: Ling Po [Chinese railroad worker], Deuce Harris [casino den owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West, near El Toro
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#141; Kid Colt, Outlaw#204
Synopsis: Men steal a Buddha statue from Ling Po but fall out over its ownership; Luke flees into the desert with it, but runs out of water and finally surrenders the idol to Kid Colt in return for water; Colt reveals Luke was just steps away from a hidden stream.

Seventy-Three

Title: "Rustler"
Story:
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Dave Hoxie [rancher]
Villains: A rustler
Others: Nora Hoxie [Dave's wife], Tim Hoxie [Dave's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed ranch
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#142; Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3
Synopsis: Hoxie is a peaceful man, but when a cattle rustler threatens his son's life, he beats the rustler up and turns him over to the law.

Title: "Dead on His Feet"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Outlaw gang
Others: Todd Lane [pony express, dies], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Arizona
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#142; Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3
Synopsis: Colt keeps a gun Todd Lane carried away from outlaws as it proves they were planning to conquer Arizona territory. He turns them over to the army.

Title: "With a Gun at His Back!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ace Moran, Jake Halter, Duke Tantry, Sandy, Blast Jason
Others: Abe [telegraph clerk], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Quicksilver Creek; Black Star, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#142
Synopsis: Kid Colt finds Quicksilver Creek full of outlaws waiting for a train. He learns Blast Jason is planning to ransack Black Star and has other men arriving on the next train; Colt boards the train early to try and stop the outlaws but is captured and brought with them as they drive a stagecoach to Black Star; however, Colt upsets the coach, driving them off a cliff.

Title: "The Magic Six-Guns!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Duke Daley [outlaw, would-be mayor] and his gang
Others: Sheriff Nick Patterson [supposedly jinxed lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Bighorn, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#142
Synopsis: Patterson refuses to fight Duke because he thinks his guns are jinxed; Colt claims to provide him with new guns which Nick then uses to beat Duke, but they were actually the same guns with different grips.

Title: "Gauntlet of Hate!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Brink Cashin, Duke Haley [robbers]
Others: Hiram Owens, Zeb Larion, Bill Stevens [former Confederate and Union soldiers], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: New Hope, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#142
Synopsis: Brink and Duke rile up the people of New Hope's old Civil War rivalries in the hopes of looting the town while they're occupied but Colt alerts the townsfolk and they halt the robbery.

Seventy-Four

Title: "A Bet With Death!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Crab Castro [gunfighter]
Others: Jess Hodgins [sheriff with wounded hands], Doc Gregg [physician
Genre: Western
Setting: Lone Star, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#143; Kid Colt, Outlaw#189
Synopsis: Colt promises Jess he won't use his guns in Lone Star; Castro hears this and uses the opportunity to humiliate Colt publicly; when Colt learns Jess can't fire his own guns, he comes to his aid by driving Castro out of town.

Title: "A Trap for a Killer!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of outlaws
Others: Chet [barber], Doc Dalton [physician], a special agent from Kansas City [lawman, resembles Kid Colt]
Genre: Western
Setting: Condor Pass, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#143; Kid Colt, Outlaw#189
Synopsis: Men mistake Colt for a Kansas City agent; when the agent turns up wounded, Colt impersonates the agent on a stagecoach run and draws the men out into the open, capturing them.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Kane and another thief
Others: Spruce Miller [hermit, deceased]
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#143
Synopsis: Kane and his ally try to find Miller's supposed hidden fortune; they wind up in a gunfight with Black Rider and try to use a gun of Miller's, but it doesn't work; the map to Miller's treasure was hidden inside the gun.

Title: "Showdown at Horseshoe Flats!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hank Adams [creditor], Hammond [cattle rustler]
Others: Homer, Harrison, Petrie, Sanders, King [ranchers], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Horseshoe Flats, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#143
Synopsis: Ranchers oweing money to Adams have lost their cattle and suspect rustlers; Colt finds the rustlers and discovers they're working for Adams; Colt turns Adams over to the law.

Title: "Bordertown Justice!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Outlaws
Others: Steel, Tom Turner [blacksmith], Nicky Turner [Tom's son, lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Thunder Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#143; Kid Colt, Outlaw#189
Synopsis: Colt finds Thunder Gap is full of outlaws; with the help of Nicky, he cleans up the town.

Seventy-Five (November, 1957)

Title: "Six-Guns Can Talk!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Sutton [gunman]
Others: Ricky [schoolboy], Dr. Sawyer [physician]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: Colt is demonstrating some tricks with his guns to schoolchildren when Ricky collapses, suffering a flesh wound from a bullet. Colt thinks he shot the boy but the bullet belongs to a .38, rather than Colt's .45s. Sutton turns out to be the one trying to ruin Colt's reputation, but Colt defeats him.

Title: "Gunsmoke in Calico!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clip Malloy and his gang [Norton, Caton, bank robbers]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Calico; Huntersville, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#23
Synopsis: Kid Colt captures members of Malloy's gang after a robbery in Calico then helps escort them to Huntersville; en route Clip tries to free his men but Colt prepares an ambush and captures Malloy and the rest of the gang, bringing them all to Huntersville.

Title: "The Treasure of Sierra Blanco!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of treasure hunters
Others: Steel, Wiler [guardian of Sierra Blanco]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sierra Blanco
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#26
Synopsis: Kid Colt visits Sierra Blanco, which is rumoured to contain a hidden treasure; when treasure hunters come, he helps Wilder drive them away, then reveals he's discovered the treasure's location-- hidden in the bottom of the town well.

Title: "One of Us Must Die!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Cobra Driscoll [gunfighter], two outlaws
Others: Doc Clint Adams [aka Radford, physician, former gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#20
Synopsis: Cobra succumbs to the "Black Fever" so Colt brings him to Adams. Two men who want Cobra dead try to use Adams' past against him, but Colt defends Adams; the two men eventually come down with the Black Fever.

Title: "One-Hour Truce!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Jud and Brad [cousins]
Villains: Doyle [wireless operator], the mayor
Others: Pat [Brad and Jud's uncle]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#174
Synopsis: Brad and Jud's uncle has disappeared and the cousins want his gold so begin fighting each other, claiming the other must have killed Pat. Doyle and the mayor suggest the two men call a one-hour truce to bury their uncle, producing a coffin; the cousins realize the coffin actually contains the gold; as it turns out, Pat isn't dead, but Doyle and the mayor are caught for trying to steal the gold.

Seventy-Six

"Crooked Canyon Toll"
"Trouble in Tumbleweed"

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Billy [blacksmith's assistant], Pete Norton, Jake Hazlitt, Shorty Grant [travelers], Spin Bradshaw [feuding with Natchez], Natchez Payne [feuding with Spin], Hank Bradshaw [Spin's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Deadwood, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#151
Synopsis: Spin and Natchez are about to kill each other over their feud regarding the death of Spin's father, but Spin's father turns up alive, ending the feud.
"This Man is Wanted"
"The Marshal"

Seventy-Seven

Title: "Gunplay"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Blackjack Weems [gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Thunder Rock
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#144; Kid Colt, Outlaw#210
Synopsis: Weems challenges Colt to a shoot-out, not knowing who he is. Colt easily bests him.

Title: "Kill Kid Colt on Sight!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bull Chisholm [tough guy], Jeb Wilkins [gunfighter]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Hardcase, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#144
Synopsis: Jeb thinks he can frighten Kid Colt in a gunfight, but Colt isn't bothered and easily bests Jeb.

Title: untitled
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Moose Crabb, Spade Scrag [bank robbers]
Others: Sheriff Nixon, Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Canyon Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#144
Synopsis: Colt is in a bank when Crabb and Scrag rob it; the sheriff assumes Colt is in on the plot and jails all three of them; Colt pretends to go along with a jailbreak, then recaptures the robbers and heads out of town.

Title: "Lawman"
Story:
Art: Doug Wildey
Heroes: Walt Carey [attorney]
Villains: Big Bob Brennan [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#144
Synopsis: Carey takes steps to prevent Brennan from taking others' land; Brennan demands a fight, but Carey brings just his fists - and beats Brennan in hand-to-hand.

Title: "Trail of the Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, a young gunman
Genre: Western
Setting: Wyoming, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#144
Synopsis: A young man wants to become Colt's partner; Colt pretends to be a frightened man, always on the run; this convinces the young man to give up gunplay.

Seventy-Eight (May, 1958)

Title: "The Kid Faces Sam Hawk, Manhunter!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Marshal Sam Hawk
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: A western town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#146
Synopsis: Colt has his first encounter with Sam Hawk, who out-draws and captures him; while being led away to his trial, the Kid escapes when he falls off a cliff, then grabs a branch, swinging out of reach. Hawk vows to capture him again.
Notes: Retold as "The Saga of Sam Hawk, Manhunter!" in Kid Colt, Outlaw#111.

Title: "The Other Kid Colt!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: "Kid Colt" [young man mistaken for Colt], his father
Genre: Western
Setting: "unknown frontier town on the Arizona border"
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#146; Kid Colt, Outlaw#225
Synopsis: When a young man is mistaken for Colt and arrested, Colt decides to make a clean break, but his conscience brings him back to testify-- only to discover the court had already proven the young man wasn't him! Again on the run, Colt is aided in his escape by the father of "Kid Colt", grateful for Colt's selfless gesture.

Title: "Crazy Fox Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Crow Eye [renegade Comanche, dies]
Others: Crazy Fox [elderly Comanche chief, Colt's blood brother], Comanches, Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Twin Forks, Texas
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#146
Synopsis: When the Comanches go on the warpath, Colt investigates why and finds Crow Eye is in control; Colt disguises himself as Crazy Fox and defeats Crow Eye in battle, enabling Crazy Fox to regain control of the Comanches.

Title: "Stagecoach to Tombstone!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of robbers
Others: Steel, unnamed reporter [from Chicago], Special Agent Tom Walker [government agent sent to capture Kid Colt], Mrs. Walker [his wife]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#146
Synopsis: Colt rides in a stagecoach with the very man sent to apprehend him; he saves Walker and his wife from robbers and turns down an offer to help capture himself. The reporter, having guessed Colt's identity, promises to write an article for his paper to tell the truth about him.

Title: "The Wild One!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Luke Randall
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#9; Kid Colt, Outlaw#229
Synopsis: Luke wants a black stallion; he saves it from a mountain, it saves him from a river; Luke resolves to let the stallion remain wild.

Seventy-Nine (July, 1958)

Title: "How the Kid became An Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [origin, 18 in this story]
Villains: Lash Larribe [gunman, dies]
Others: Dan Colt [Kid Colt's father, dies], Gabby [the Colt's faithful servant, dies], Steel [Colt's stallion]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Wyoming, USA, early 1870s
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#130, Kid Colt, Outlaw#170
Synopsis: When Larribe kills Dan Colt in a gunfight, Blaine Colt confronts and kills him in retaliation, but is believed to have shot him without warning; unable to remain in Abilene, he becomes the outlaw Kid Colt, bearing his father's guns.

Title: "The Threat!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Black Silas [hold-up man]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Calamity, Wyoming
Synopsis: Colt encounters Silas, who recognizes him and blackmails him into helping in a stage robbery; Colt agrees so long as no one is shot. Colt turns on Silas and the man riding shotgun on the stage brings Silas down.

Title: "The Last Roundup!"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Samuel Cooper [painter]
Villains: Ernie "Colt" Manta [cattle rustler]
Others: Carl Farnum [Circle 7 rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, 1890s; 1950s USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#170
Synopsis: As Cooper's painting "the Last Roundup" is admired in the present, in flashback Cooper journeys to the west to aid his failing health and paints pictures of the life around him. He lives on a ranch for a time and sketches a drawing of Colt Manta when he rustles cattle. Manta goes after Cooper but Cooper beats him in a fight, proving he's recovered. Cooper returns to the east but never forgets the west.

Title: "The Man Who Was Faster Than the Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Blackjack Craven [gunfighter]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagebrush City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#170
Synopsis: Blackjack challenges Kid Colt to prove he's the faster draw, but he's an inferior aim so Kid Colt defeats him.

Eighty (September, 1958)

Title: "The Badlands!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Sheriff Frank Carter
Villains: Brad Gower and his gang
Genre: Western
Setting: Chemung, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#82
Synopsis: Narrated by song, relates how Carter went after Brad and his gang single-handed and defeats them by releasing a dam, showering them with water thus ruining their gunpowder.

Title: "The Trail to Tombstone!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hunk, Smiley and Red Yancy [highwaymen brothers]
Others: Steel, Agatha [old woman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#11
Synopsis: Kid Colt encounters the Yancy brothers, who ask him to join them in robbing the Tombstone stage, but Colt refuses; the gang tie up Colt for their robbery, but Colt gets free and stops them.

Title: "The Return of Sam Hawk, Manhunter"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Sam Hawk
Villains: Craw Bates [outlaw, dies]
Others: Steel, Jeb [civilian], Comanches, Thunder Cloud [Comanche chief]
Genre: Western
Setting: San Pecos, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#11
Synopsis: Bates pits Kid Colt and Sam Hawk against each other, hoping the local Comanches might kill them, but the Comanches capture Hawk and Bates; Colt fights to save them and wins their lives by beating Thunder Cloud in a wrestling match. Bates tries to kill Colt, but Colt kills him; Hawk decides to let Kid Colt go free once again.
Notes: Retold as "The Saga of Sam Hawk, Manhunter!" in Kid Colt, Outlaw#111.

Title: "Fastest Gun in the West"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Will Brown [former carnival attraction], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Western USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#11
Synopsis: Colt recalls how he once faced Brown, who was a much faster draw than he; when they finally face each other, Brown out-draws the Kid but can't bring himself to kill a man. He lets the Kid go and they part as friends.

Eighty-One (November, 1958)

Title: "The Man Who Couldn't Quit!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Jim Bender [expert sharpshooter]
Villains: Various outlaws
Others: Watkins [old sheriff], Mary Bender [Jim's wife]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#151; Rawhide Kid#139
Synopsis: Jim can't resist challenges for his skill and becomes a lawman, takes a wife and realizes he can never give up using his guns because people will always need him.

Title: "The Brute of Copper Canyon!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Blackie Cragg [gunfighter], Ben [Blackie's strongarm, former blacksmith, becomes sheriff]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Copper County, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#151; Kid Colt, Outlaw#217
Synopsis: Blackie abuses his authority in Copper County, using Ben's strength (and lost memory) to enforce his rule, even taking Steel away from Kid Colt. Colt goes after Blackie and after beating Ben, Ben's memory comes back and he helps Colt defeat Blackie. Colt encourages Ben to become the town sheriff and Ben drives Blackie out of the county.

Title: "Jailbreak!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Squint Morgan, Bull Nester [convicts]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Stampede, Montana, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#154
Synopsis: Colt is arrested in Stampede and placed in a cell with Squint and Bull; the other two plan a jailbreak, but Colt stops them both then rides away.

Title: "The Coward!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Krull [outspoken gunman], Lightnin' Jim Larrime [quick gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#151
Synopsis: Krull challenges Colt to a fight not realizing who he is; Colt refuses but is subsequently faced by Larrime, the quickest draw in the area; however, when Larrime learns he's facing Colt he backs down and Krull realizes how close he came to getting killed.

Eighty-Two

"The Outlaw and the Lady"
"Return of the Topeka Kid"
"The Kid Meets Jesse James"
"Challenge on Main Street"

Eighty-Three

"The Capture"
"Midnight Hawkins, Gunman"
"No Place to Hide"
"Stagecoach to San Antone"

Eighty-Four

"The Return of Johnny Ringo"
"The Trail of Sam Hawk, Manhunter"
Notes: Retold as "The Saga of Sam Hawk, Manhunter!" in Kid Colt, Outlaw#111.
"The Night Riders of Cimmaron"
"Trapped by the Wolf Man"

Eighty-Five (July, 1959)

Title: untitled
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: The Waco Gang [Will, Red and Crag Waco]
Others: Steel, Ox Farrell [telegraph worker]
Genre: Western
Setting: Western USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#153
Synopsis: Colt is believed to be working with the Waco Gang to sabotage the telegraph wires; he brings the Waco Gang to justice before they can dynamite the poles.

Title: "Siege at the Circle-X"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Hank Porter and his brothers [land-hungry thugs]
Others: Steel, Mr. Stevens and his daughter, a lawyer [lover of Steven's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Culver City
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#153
Synopsis: Colt defends the ranch of Stevens from the Porter brothers until the lawyer can return.

Title: "Redmen on the Rampage!"
Story:
Art: Joe Sinnott
Heroes: The Kid From Texas, Cactus
Villains: Apaches
Others: "Doc" [doctor]
Genre: Western
Setting: Western USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#89
Synopsis: The Kid From Texas brings a doctor to aid the son of an Apache chief.

Title: "The Deputy Says: Draw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Deputy Hank Yates [power-hungry deputy]
Others: A sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Western USA [in a state where Colt is not wanted]
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#153
Synopsis: Colt is safe from the law, but a power-hungry deputy tries to incite him into a gun-battle; the town turns on Yates after they see his true nature and drive him out.

Eighty-Six (September, 1959)

Title: "Mission: Find El Lopo!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: El Lopo [Mexican outlaw] and his gang
Others: The governor of Texas, federal soldiers, Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Texas; Las Quantas, Mexico
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western #12; Kid Colt, Outlaw#130; Kid Colt, Outlaw#216
Synopsis: Colt is asked by the governor to recover papers stolen by El Lopo and pretends to join his gang in order to find them; after recovering them, he leads the town of Las Quantas against El Lopo and captures him; he returns the papers without learning the governor intended to give him a pardon.

Title: "The Menace of Moose Morgan!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Moose Morgan
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: A forest, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#152
Synopsis: Colt is found asleep by Morgan, who wants him to be his partner; Colt refuses and they fight; Colt finally defeats him, puts his hat and vest on him and sends him out to fool the posse that was chasing him. Colt then returns to sleep.

Title: "Meeting at Midnight!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Carver [blackmailer, dies]
Others: Satan/Ichabod, Mr. Webster [civilian], Mr. Warren [blackmail victim]
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#5
Synopsis: Black Rider discovers Warren is being blackmailed by Carver; Doc Masters drugs Warren so he won't get further involved then faces Carver as Black Rider; Carver tries to escape the Rider by climbing a cliff but falls to his death.

Eighty-Seven (November, 1959)

Title: "Fury at the Circle-R!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [goes as "Smith"]
Villains: Moss [ranch foreman], Mr. Durstine [rival rancher]
Others: Steel, Slim [ranch hand], Nancy Rand [Circle-R owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Circle-R Ranch, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#168
Synopsis: Colt goes to work at the Circle-R and finds out Moss has been rustling cattle for Durstine; Colt exposes Moss to Nancy Rand, then departs, not realizing Nancy had fallen in love with him.

Title: "Give Me Your Guns!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Gunner Hawkins, Yate Brothers [outlaws]
Others: Steel, the sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Smokey Ridge, Texas, USA; Pecos, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#169
Synopsis: Colt rides to Pecos where he's welcomed by the sheriff, but told to turn in his guns. When Hawkins and the Yate Brothers come to town while the sheriff is away to rob the bank, Colt retrieves his guns and defeats them, then departs, having broken his word to the sheriff.

Title: "Secret Weapon!"
Story:
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Gunsmoke Kid
Villains: Benton [gold raider], Piutes
Others: Andrews [gold prospector], King [Andrews' pet wolf]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Team-Up#1
Synopsis: Benton allies with Piutes to get Andrews' gold. The Gunsmoke Kid turns the Piutes against Benton by coating King's teeth with gold dust, matching Benton's gold teeth and making them think Benton is a werewolf; they gladly allow the Kid to take Benton prisoner.

Title: "The Mark of the Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Seth [boy], Seth's father [farmer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Southwest, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#168
Synopsis: Colt is approached by Seth who wants to be his partner. Colt turns Seth against him by picking a fight with his father then letting the father win, making Colt seem petty and cowardly.

Eighty-Eight (January, 1960)

Title: "The Man-Hunter!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Wolf Short [bounty hunter]
Others: A sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#20; Kid Colt, Outlaw#209
Synopsis: Wolf pursues Kid Colt, escalating their fight into a saloon brawl; Colt escapes while Wolf is arrested for property damage.

Title: "Duel in the Desert!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Shotgun Scrugg, Mike Brown [robbers]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#21; Kid Colt, Outlaw#209
Synopsis: Kid Colt is ambushed in the desert by Scrugg and Brown, who steal his goods and leave him without water; Colt crosses the desert, keeps alive with cactus water and finally locates the two robbers, besting them both and turning them over to the law.

Title: "Escape!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Villains: Hunk Grogan, Clem Mace [stagecoach robbers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Nevada, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#170
Synopsis: Hunk and Clem steal bonds, but Hunk tries to escape from Clem to have them for himself; Clem is caught by a posse and brought along after Hunk; Hunk ultimately learns the bonds were non-negotiable, making them worthless to him.

Title: "The Outlaw and the Lady!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Red and other outlaws, Running Bear [Apache chieftain] and other Apaches
Others: Steel, Nancy Blade [Sheriff's daughter], Sheriff Blade
Genre: Western
Setting: Rawhide, Texas
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#163
Synopsis: After showing up local outlaws in Rawhide, Colt attracts the attention of Nancy, who is instantly smitten with him for helping to clean up the town. However, her father recognizes Colt as an outlaw and chases him from town. Unconvinced by her father, Nancy follows Colt into the hills and is captured by Apaches. Colt bests their chieftain in combat and arranges her release but drives her away to prevent her from coming to further harm.

Eighty-Nine

Title: "Guns Roar in Rio Mesa!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ben Barrow and the Barrow gang
Others: Steel, Dave Harper [newspaperman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rio Mesa
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#211
Synopsis: Colt helps Harper against the Barrows, even though Harper thinks he's a crook; Harper learns better and becomes Rio Mesa's new sheriff.

Title: "Kid Colt, Trapped"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of barmen
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#211
Synopsis: A band of men in a bar try to catch Colt so they can collect the reward on him, but Colt escapes.

Title: "When the Kid Lost a Gunfight!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Jed Lawson [sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagebrush
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#211
Synopsis: When Lawson loses his nerve, Colt allows him to win a gunfight to prop up his ego.

Ninety (May, 1960)

Title: "The Man From Fargo!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Trigger Hoyt [robber, dies]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Arizona
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#152
Synopsis: Colt meets a man claiming to be a Wells Fargo agent, but realizes he is actually a robber who stole from the real Wells Fargo agent; in the course of their scuffle, Hoyt is killed when his bullet ricochets off a rock and back at his chest.

Title: "Wanted!! Dead or Alive!!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Torgun Brothers [robbers]
Others: Steel, Ben White [farmer], Mike White [Ben's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: St. Louis
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw #132; Kid Colt, Outlaw#152
Synopsis: Colt allows White to turn him in so he can use the reward for an operation on his son, but when Colt hears the Torgun Brothers are loose, he breaks out and stops them.

Title: "Beware!! The Gun Wizard!
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Gun Wizard [circus performer], his girlfriend
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Tumbleweed
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#152
Synopsis: Colt attends a circus and sees the Gun Wizard perform marksmanship tricks; he offers to tell his secrets for money afterwards, but Colt learns he doesn't reveal anything and keeps all the money. Colt calls him out before an audience and proves he's a fake-- his trick of shooting the flame off his assistant's match was accomplished by his assistant simply blowing out the match. Colt shows the circus some real tricks, then rides away.

Title: "Desperado!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Bill Everett
Heroes: A stranger
Villains: Sprang [a tough drunk]
Others: Driscoll [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#97
Synopsis: Sprang is always picking fights, but when he mistakes a stranger for the Nevada Kid he runs out of town.

Ninety-One (July, 1960)

Title: "The Outlaw and the Lady!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Crusher Hogan [strongman]
Others: Steel, Mary [young woman], Billy Carter [Mary's fiance]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#43
Synopsis: Colt sees Crusher roughing up Billy so he can have Mary; Colt intervenes and knocks out Crusher; after this, Mary is drawn to Colt so he puts her back with Billy by behaving like a cad until Billy stands up and drives him out of town; Mary realizes what Colt did and is grateful.

Title: "The Death of Kid Colt!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Crow Gantry and his gang
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Dry Gulch, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#132; Kid Colt, Outlaw#208
Synopsis: Gantry and his gang are holding sway over Dry Gulch when Colt opposes them; Colt pretends to be dead with the help of a local, lowering the gang's defences long enough for Colt to defeat them.

Title: "Gunduel in the Desert!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Yancy Hawks [gunman, dies]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed desert
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#154
Synopsis: Hawks, determined to beat Colt in a gunfight, slits his canteen while Colt sleeps; he then ambushes Colt after the desert heat exhausts him, but when Colt tries to warn him about a rattlesnake, Hawks disbelieves him-- and is struck dead by it.

Title: "The Gun!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: A US marshal
Villains: Oregon Hull [thief, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cactus Gap
Synopsis: A gun narrates how it was made, then stolen by Oregon and how Oregon was slain while commiting a bank robbery.

Ninety-Two (September, 1960)

Title: "Draw or Die, Mister!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Slash Spade [gunfighter]
Others: Ben Herbert [testified against Slash]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wayneville, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#132; Kid Colt, Outlaw#164
Synopsis: Colt tries to keep a low profile, but when Slash threatens to kill Ben for testifying against him, Colt finally stands up and knocks Slash down, much the delight of the locals.

Title: "My Gun for Hire"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Blaze Wilson [gunfighter, becomes ranch foreman]
Villains: Lassiter [land hungry rancher] and his men
Others: Cory [Spinning-C ranch owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Largo, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#132; Rawhide Kid#140
Synopsis: Lassiter hires Blaze to help him wage a range war against Cory, but Cory is prepared and drives off Lassiter's men; Cory offers Blaze an honest job on his ranch and Blaze accepts.

Title: "Guns Roar on the Last Train From Yuma!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Larkin Gang [Mike Larkin, gold robbers]
Others: Steel, John [posse member]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West, near Yuma
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#22
Synopsis: Colt escapes from a posse aboard a train, foils a gold robbery by the Larkin gang, then exits the train.

Title: "Prisoner of the Durado Gang!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Durado Gang [Dan Durado]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#132; Western Gunfighters#19
Synopsis: Colt is in a bank when the Durado Gang rob it and force him to accompany them as a hostage. Durado tries to force Colt into joining them, but he refuses so they knock him out and tie him to his horse for their next stage robbery. However, Colt comes to in time to defeat the gang and depart, not realizing the governor on the stage could have pardoned him.

Ninety-Three (October, 1960)

Title: "The Man Who Hated Kid Colt!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Sam Cantrell [aka Talbot, gold thief]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Abilene, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#18
Synopsis: While Colt rides on a stage, Talbot tries to rile up the other passengers against Colt, demanding he be captured. However, Colt exposes Talbot as gold thief Sam Cantrell and turns him over to the authorities.

Title: "The Ghost of Midnight Mountain!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Three bank robbers [Caleb, all die]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western, Horror
Setting: Red Rock; Midnight Mountain, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#176
Synopsis: Colt meets Caleb's gang as they flee from having robbed Red Rock's bank; they shoot Colt and the pursuing posse assume Colt was a member of the gang who fell out with them. Colt flees to Midnight Mountain where he finds the three robbers have disguised themselves as ghosts to scare people away; as they struggle, something suddenly throws Caleb off the mountain and frightens the other two to death. Colt wonders if there really was a ghost.

Title: "The Man Who Wouldn't Fight!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Blaze Moon [experienced gunfighter]
Villains: Crag Smith [tough guy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Whiplash, USA
Synopsis: Crag picks a fight with Blaze, unaware he's an infamous gunfighter who easily defeats Crag.

Ninety-Four (November, 1960)

Title: "Trapped by the Bounty Hunter"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Grizzly Gaunt [bounty hunter]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Carson, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#184
Synopsis: Grizzly Gaunt pursues Kid Colt, but Colt remains ahead of him and ultimately escapes; Grizzly decides Colt has earned it.

Title: untitled
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Iron Joe Hodgins [mine foreman]
Others: Steel, Ben Starrett [mine owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#23
Synopsis: Colt goes to work in a mine, but Hodgins abuses his authority and treats the men as slaves; Colt stands up to Hodgins and when part of the mine collapses on Hodgins, he's crippled and unable to lord over the workers.

Title: "Mark of the Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Yancy Dragg [stage robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, USA
Synopsis: Yancy robs a stage but it shot in the face, giving him a distinctive scar. He lives in isolation while a beard grows to cover the scar, only for him to be mistaken for the outlaw Whiskers Brown and arrested.

Title: "Danger Under the Earth
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Iron Joe Hodgins [mine foreman]
Others: Steel, Ben Starret [mine owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Colt goes to work in a silver mine but Iron Joe is a nasty foreman who brutalizes workers. Colt finally fights back and humbles him and the mine owner promises to improve conditions.

Ninety-Five (December, 1960)

Title: "A Man and His Gun!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Ben
Villains: Collins Brothers [Red, two others]
Others: Ben's father [minister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Outside Boyneville, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#76; Rawhide Kid#112
Synopsis: Ben is teased by the Collins Brothers for not being a gunman, but when a fire breaks out, he saves Red's life.

Title: "On the Rampage!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: One-Eye Borden [one-eyed gunman] and his gang
Others: Scarecrow Jace [gunman], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed county
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#130; Kid Colt, Outlaw#182
Synopsis: After being wounded in a gunfight with Jace, Colt becomes violent and forms a partnership with One-Eye Borden, but reveals he faked the injury with Jace to trick Borden into revealing the location of his loot.

Title: "They Called Him Chicamaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Gunner and other gunmen
Others: Steel, Roaring Wolf [Navajo war chief], Navajo warriors
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Colt helps Roaring Wolf against a mob of racist men; the mob later tries to get revenge on Colt, but Roaring Wolf returns with his warriors, dispersing the mob.

Ninety-Six (January, 1961)

Title: "Beware of Montana Joe!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Montana Joe and his gang
Others: Steel, sheriff, Hank [deputy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#130; Kid Colt, Outlaw#203
Synopsis: Colt prevents a stage robbery by Montana Joe's gang and captures two of them; to get back at Colt, Joe dresses up as him and commits a stage robbery which Colt is then arrested for; Colt breaks free and hunts down Joe's gang, defeating them all, leaving them for the sheriff.

Title: "Tragedy on the Trail!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: George [strong robber, dies]
Others: Steel, George's sister
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Las Palmas, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#203
Synopsis: George's sister lures Colt into an ambush for him, so he can steal Steel; the sister stays with Colt and revives him; he fights George near a cliff and George dies when he falls off the cliff, too heavy for Colt to lift him up; Colt then takes the sister to the nearest town.

Title: "Return of the Bad Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Blackie Brand [outlaw]
Others: The sheriff of Lone Pine
Genre: Western
Setting: Lone Pine, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#119; Two-Gun Kid#77
Synopsis: Lone Pine prepares for the arrival of the notorious Brand, but Brand turns himself in to them, tired of running.

Ninety-Seven

Title: "Wanted!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Bat Hogan [bank robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Fargo Falls, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#133; Kid Colt, Outlaw#198
Synopsis: Hogan robs the Wells Fargo in Fargo Falls, but can't find anyone willing to hide him; he's quickly nabbed by the law.

Title: "Hand-to-Hand!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A blacksmith
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#31
Synopsis: A blacksmith tries to capture Kid Colt for the reward, but when Colt burns himself saving the blacksmith from hot coals, he decides to let Colt remain free.

Title: "The Guns of Drago Dalton!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Drago Dalton, Bragg Harper [outlaws]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed territory, prison
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#130; Kid Colt, Outlaw#198
Synopsis: After learning Dalton and his men served their time and got a light sentence for turning themselves in, Colt turns himself in only to get 5-10 years. Discovering Dalton never went to prison but had come up with his story to trick Colt into turning himself in, Colt breaks out and captures Dalton's gang, then resumes his own life as a fugitive.

Ninety-Eight (May, 1961)

Title: "Trapped by King Kobra!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Marshal Sam Hawk
Villains: King Kobra and his gang [Weasel]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#220
Synopsis: Sam Hawk's posse captures Kid Colt, but when Colt learns Hawk will be going after King Kobra, Colt breaks away to confront Kobra himself; Colt learns how Kobra intends to ambush Hawk's forces but secretly ties up Kobra and wears his outfit into the fight, tricking Kobra's gang into being captured; Sam Hawk collects King Kobra and realizes he owes a debt to Kid Colt.

Title: "Showdown at Dawn!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clay, Crag [brothers, both die]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#220
Synopsis: Clay and Crag lead an attack on Kid Colt at his hotel room; because the hotel is against a cliff, Colt can't escape unnoticed and has to fight his way out; Clay accidentally shoots Crag in the crossfire and when Clay tries to push Colt off the cliff using a wagon, it's Clay who winds up falling over the edge.

Title: "The Indian"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Silent Wolf [Native, dies]
Villains: Luke Link, Reb Kant [troublemakers]
Others: A sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Silent Wolf wants to be a deputy, but the sheriff refuses him; when Luke and Reb attack the sheriff, Silent Wolf saves him at the cost of his own life; the sheriff names him a deputy to honour his tombstone.

Ninety-Nine (July, 1961)

Title: "When a Man's Afraid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Ben [deputy]
Villains: Clem Yurdle [gunfighter]
Others: Mack North [Laramie's sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Laramie
Reprinted In: Ghost Rider#2; Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: Ben is in a gunfight with Clem and winds up wounded in the shoulder; Ben thinks he's too afraid to continue being a deputy, but when Clem later returns, Ben faces him and this time defeat Clem, conquering his fears.

Title: "Guns Roar in Gila Pass!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Blackie [gambler, Seth Barker's nephew], Red and Patch Thrasher [twin brothers]
Others: Seth Barker [rancher, dies], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Pass; Willow Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#173
Synopsis: Colt drives Blackie out of Gila Pass for cheating at cards; Colt finds the Thrasher twins menacing Seth Barker; Barker dies and asks Colt to watch over his nephew: Blackie! Blackie is actually working with the Thrashers to find gold on Seth's land; the trio pursue Colt into Gila Pass, but Colt beats all of them and forces Blackie to confess his complicity to the law.

Title: "The Making of the Man"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [15 in this story]
Others: Mr. Colt [his father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Wyoming
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#88
Synopsis: Colt receives his first gun and saves a man from being roughed up, but learns people will now be afraid of him due to his gun.

One Hundred

Title: "When the Witch Doctor Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Warroo [Rack Morgan, gunslinger, poses as witch doctor], Black Feather [renegade Comanche]
Others: Steel, Tall Bear [Comanche chief], Comanches
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagamore Territory, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#178; Mighty Marvel Western#1
Synopsis: Kid Colt attends a perfomance by Rack Morgan but recognizes him as an outlaw; Morgan speaks first and directs the crowd to capture Colt; Colt rides to the Comanches for shelter with his friend Tall Bear, but Black Feather and other Comanche believe they should follow the witch doctor Warroo. Warroo can seemingly create explosions with his staff, but Colt gradually realizes it's all a scam - Morgan is Warroo, using prepared traps to simulate magical powers. Warroo is deposed and Tall Bear resumes rule of the Comanche.

Title: "You're a Coward, Kid Colt!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dirk Dorgan [tough guy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#25
Synopsis: Colt agrees to avoid using his guns; Dirk hears this and tries to pick a fight with Colt, but Colt bluffs Dirk into surrendering.

Title: "The Badman!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Ben Wilkens [lawyer]
Villains: Vince Wilkens [Ben's brother, outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Yuma, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#127
Synopsis: Vince pursues crime while Ben studies the law. Eventually Vince has need of his brother's talents when he's caught and requires a lawyer.

One Hundred One (November, 1961)

Title: "When the Outlaws Strike!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Sam Hawk
Villains: Johnny Ringo, Drago Dalton, Cole Younger, Bob Younger, James Younger
Others: Steel, Lucy Hawk [Sam's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Purgatory [town of outlaws]
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#188
Synopsis: Colt is encouraged by Lucy to help save her father from the outlaws of Purgatory and they drive the outlaws out; Hawk tries to arrest Colt afterwards, but Lucy allows him to escape.

Title: "Badman Behind Bars!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: Moose Murdock
Others: Navahos
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#78
Synopsis: Moose is arrested for killing a Navaho; he expects his gang will break him out, but instead he's broken out by Navahos who want their own justice.

Title: "His Name Was Hank!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Hank [young teen, Colt's would-be sidekick]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Hank asks to be Colt's sidekick so Colt scares him off so he won't become an outlaw.

One Hundred Two

Title: "The Eyes of Orville Jones!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [17 in this story]
Villains: Orville Jones [hypnotist, gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Wyoming, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#2; Gunslingers
Synopsis: Colt faces Orville Jones and beats him by avoiding his hypnotic eyes.

Title: "Gun Duel in Durado"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Sam North
Villains: Tate Klagg [fearsome gunfighter]
Others: Sue [Sam's fiancee]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#126
Synopsis: Klegg makes unwanted advances at Sue; Sam demands a gunfight, even though he knows Klegg is far superior to him. However, Klegg has to shoot a nearby rattlesnake to save himself and Sam takes the opportunity to shoot Klegg in the arm, ruining his gunfighting.
"The Ghost of Silver City"
"The Wall of Doom"

One Hundred Three

Title: "The Menace of Bulldog Yates!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bulldog Yates [would-be bounty hunter], Nancy [Bulldog's girlfriend]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: To catch Kid Colt unaware, Bulldog gives a derringer to Nancy so she can get the drop on him. However, once Bulldog has Colt at gunpoint he admits he won't marry Nancy; Nancy throws the derringer to Colt and he shoots Bulldog in the hand, then departs.

Title: "Zack Krull, the Man Who Outdrew the Kid!!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Zack Krull [fast draw, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: An old west town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#182
Synopsis: Kid Colt faces Krull, who is a faster draw than him, but Colt is a better shot and kills Krull despite being outdrawn.

Title: "Hoofbeats of Doom!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Cassidy [horse breaker]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#81; Western Gunfighters#27
Synopsis: Cassisy pursues a wild black stallion, but is nearly crushed in a horse stampede; the stallion saves Cassidy and Cassidy resolves to let the stallion enjoy its freedom.

Title: "The Great Train Robbery!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dakota Dillon and his gang [Red, train robbers]
Others: Steel, Seth [posse member]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#21
Synopsis: Colt escapes a posse by boarding a train, only to find Dakota Dillon robbing the passengers. After defeating Dillon, the train conductor tells the posse in Abilene Colt exited the train hours earlier, giving Colt another chance to evade his pursuers.

One Hundred Four

Title: "Showdown in Chicamaw County!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Villains: Wayne Wilson [land owner]
Others: Dan Durant [Dotted D ranch owner], Sally Durant [Dan's daughter], Don Wilson [Wayne's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Eagle's Peak, Chicamaw County, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#135
Synopsis: Wayne is greedy and starts a ranch war with Durant, even though his own son is in love with Durant's daughter; during the conflict, Sally and Don run away together; Wayne is badly wounded and winds up in a wheelchair, spending his years regretting how he lost his son.
"The Trial of Kid Colt"
"The Guns of Gringo Gillis"
"The Legend that is Kid Colt"

One Hundred Five (July, 1962)

Title: "The Man Called Kleeg"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Wild Bill Hickok
Villains: Kleeg [gunfighter, dies]
Genre: western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#57
Synopsis: Kleeg has a successful series of crimes but finally is killed by Wild Bill.

Title: "Dakota Dixon, the Badman!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dave "Dakota" Dixon [childhood friend of Kid Colt, dies], and his gang
Others: Dan Colt [flashback], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#63; Kid Colt, Outlaw#163
Synopsis: Kid Colt tricks the posse chasing him to leave town in search of him, only for a band led by Dakota Dixon to begin a crime spree in town. Colt and Dixon recognize each other from their childhoods when Dakota was raised by Dan Colt like another son; when one of Dixon's men tries to kill Colt, Dixon takes a bullet for his old friend and dies.

Title: "The Menace of the Mask Maker!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Mac Minton [mask maker, impersonates Kid Colt], Baldy [Mac's ally]
Others: Steel, Sam [hotel clerk]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#29
Synopsis: Mac uses a mask to impersonate Kid Colt and commit a robbery, but Colt wises up and uses Mac's resources to disguise himself as Baldy, then captures Mac.
"Guns Roar at Twilight"

One Hundred Six (September, 1962)

Title: "The Circus of Crime!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Mr. Sawyer [circus owner], Blade Benson [sword thrower], Mr. Marvel [high-wire performer], Captain Corbett [bear and gorilla trainer], the Tumbling Turners [acrobats], Bonzo [Corbett's bear]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#2; Kid Colt, Outlaw#179
Synopsis: Kid Colt tries to hide with Sawyer's circus, but Sawyer turns out to be a criminal who wants Colt to work for them as they use their performances to cover up crimes. Instead, Colt exposes the gang during a big top performance, then escapes astride Steel.
"Fury at Fort Tioga"

Title: "The Black Mask
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: A sheriff
Villains: Black Mask [Snell, masked robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#129
Synopsis: No one knows Black Mask's identity; Snell suggests it could be the town sheriff but the sheriff realizes it's Snell himself and arrests him.

One Hundred Seven (November, 1962)

Title: "The Giant Monster of Midnight Valley!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A sheriff and deputies
Others: Steel, an giant furry alien [healing powers], Marvel Comics writer [Stan Lee?]
Genre: Western, Science Fiction
Setting: Northern Texas, USA; 1960s New York City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#3; Kid Colt, Outlaw#180
Synopsis: Kid Colt meets an alien from outer space; when Colt is killed defending him, the alien restores him to life; nearly 100 years later, the alien tells all this to a Marvel Comics writer.

Title: "Doom Around the Bend!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Apaches
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: A railroad, on the Abilene Express
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#180
Synopsis: Colt sees Apaches weaken a trestle and tries to warn train, but is shot at; he brings down the trestle himself to save the train.

Title: "Thundering Hoofs!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Utah Smith [Pony Express rider]
Villains: Skull Durstine [owl hoot], Apaches, timber wolves
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Texas
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#180
Synopsis: Utah Smith battles timber wolves, Apaches and brings in an outlaw on his way to deliver the mail.

Title: "The Boy Who Was Afraid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [16 in this story]
Villains: Wild Joe Hogan [gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Wyoming
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#119
Synopsis: Hogan challenges Colt to a duel and though concerned he might hurt him, Colt out-draws him and drives him off.

One Hundred Eight

Title: "Lawmen Never Die!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sol Brodsky
Heroes: An old sheriff
Villains: Wolf Gorgon [wanted man] and the Gorgon Gang
Genre: Western
Setting: Slow Falls, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: An old sheriff happens across Wolf Gorgon, dazed from falling off a horse; he takes him back to town and jails him; when the Gorgon Gang come to town, the sheriff holds his gun on Wolf to force them into surrendering, placing them all in his cells. Afterward, the old man admits his gun wasn't loaded.

Title: "Kid Colt, Coward!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Big Ben Bordon [gunfighter]
Others: Steel, Abner [bartender]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tumbleweed, USA
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt#2
Synopsis: Tumbleweed's population want Colt to get rid of Bordon, but Colt refuses, even when Bordon tries to provoke a fight. However, when Bordon turns on other people, Colt draws on him and bests him, even though Colt's arm is badly injured from an earlier fight - his only reason for avoiding a fight earlier.

Title: "The Kid Goes East!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt [uses alias "Mr. Jones"]
Villains: Carter [Martha's uncle]
Others: Jeb [civilian], Steel, Martha Collins [wealthy young heiress], Hilda [Collins famiy maid]
Genre: Western
Setting: Texas, USA; New York City, New York, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#4; Kid Colt, Outlaw#185
Synopsis: Kid Colt attempts to escape his troubles by venturing to New York; after saving Martha from a runaway horse, Colt discovers her uncle Carter is trying to kill her. Colt exposes Carter's plot and captures him, but Colt decides he'll return to the west because he doesn't belong in New York, not realizing Martha was in love with him.

One Hundred Nine

Title: "At the Mercy of the Barracuda!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Barracuda [pirate] and his crew [Cregar]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Pecos Hill, Texas, USA; Gulf of Mexico
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#131; Kid Colt, Outlaw#175; Kid Colt, Outlaw#228
Synopsis: Colt breaks out of prison with Steel's help, then flees from a posse; seeing the Barracuda raiding a town to shanghai more seamen, Colt sneaks aboard the ship and fights the crew, escaping an effort to make him walk the plank; Colt's bravery inspires the shanghaied crew to mutiny against the Barracuda and a loose canon ultimately knocks Barracuda overboard; Colt returns to land and continues his escape.

Title: "Trapped on the Trail!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sol Brodsky
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Two bounty hunters [one dies]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Clay County, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#132
Synopsis: Two bounty hunters capture Colt and try to collect the reward on him, but he escapes and one hunter accidentally kills himself when his bullet ricochets back from a rock.

Title: "Outlaw's End"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: Caleb Morgan
Others: A delivery rider
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#84; Outlaw Kid#16
Synopsis: Caleb steals a bag of money from a rider, but a posse chases him into the desert. Losing his horse and out of water, Morgan shambles desperately until he finds a home, which turns out to be the home of the man he robbed; the former victim arrests him.

One Hundred Ten (May, 1963)

Title: "Behind the Iron Mask!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Iron Mask [blacksmith wearing bulletproof mask and chestplate]
Others: Steel, Mr. Thompson [old man, befriends Kid Colt], Slim [payroll guard]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#131; Kid Colt, Outlaw#206
Synopsis: Iron Mask terrorizes the area by exploiting his bulletproof armour, but Colt eventually realizes his arms aren't armoured and wings him, forcing him to surrender and unmasking him as a blacksmith.
Notes: Iron Mask returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#114.

Title: "Kid Colt and the Outlaw Sheriff"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gang of outlaws
Others: Steel, Ned Lawson [old sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#131; Kid Colt, Outlaw#206
Synopsis: Kid Colt finds a town full of outlaws because Lawson is too old to oppose them; Colt challenges Lawson to a fight and purposefully loses, renewing people's respect for Lawson.

Title: "The Revenge of Rio Bates"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Sam Grant [rancher, Murdock's former employer]
Villains: Monk Murdock [thief]
Others: Slim [ranch hand]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#131
Synopsis: Sam fires Monk for attempting to steal from him. Monk trains himself with a gun until he's a fast draw then challenges Sam to a duel, but Sam wins because Monk's aim isn't as good as his draw.

One Hundred Eleven

Title: "The Saga of Sam Hawk, Manhunter!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Marshal Sam Hawk
Villains: Craw Bates [outlaw, informant, dies]
Others: Joe Morse [telegraph operator], Steel, Comanches, Thunder Cloud [Comanche chief], Dr. Ben Masters [physician], Si Nesbitt [delivery man]
Genre: Western
Setting: San Pecos; Tumbleweed, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#6; Kid Colt, Outlaw#181
Synopsis: Retelling of Kid Colt's first three encounters with Sam Hawk, the relentless frontier marshal who dogs his trail but recognizes Colt's innate sense of honour.
Notes: Retelling of "The Kid Faces Sam Hawk, Manhunter" in Kid Colt, Outlaw#78, "The Return of Sam Hawk, Manhunter" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#80 and "The Trail of Sam Hawk, Manhunter" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#84.

Title: "The Schoolma'arm Was a Gent!!!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sol Brodsky
Heroes: A male schoolteacher [sheriff]
Villains: Sheriff Shaggy Shelton [self-appointed lawman]
Others: Miss McGuire [schoolteacher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Roughshod, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#53
Synopsis: When Shaggy sees the new schoolteacher is a man he mocks him. The teacher discovers the town is cowed by Shaggy's assumed authority, but reveals he's also the new town sheriff and defeats Shaggy.

One Hundred Twelve

Title: "The Unbeatable Mr. Brown!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bennington Brown [hypnotist]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Eagle Bend, Texas
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#7; Kid Colt, Outlaw#186
Synopsis: Brown robs all the banks of Eagle Bend using hypnosis to slow his opponents; Colt defeats him by closing his eyes and outdrawing him by listening for his gun.
Notes: Bennington Brown returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#127.
"Fury in the Streets"
"The Fastest Gun"

One Hundred Thirteen

Title: "Kid Colt -- No More!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A gunfighter
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#214
Synopsis: Kid Colt decides to fake his death and alter his appearance so he can live anonymously, but when he sees how news of his death has caused an increase in crime he reclaims his identity.

Title: "The Revenge of Bull Barton!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bull Barton and his gang [train robbers]
Others: Steel, McDonald Morgan [territorial governor]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#199
Synopsis: Kid Colt prevents a train robbery by Bull's gang and the governor offers to grant him a pardon if he can go one day without using his guns; Colt agrees, but has to take up his guns to save the governor from Bull's gang, forcing him to remain an outlaw.
Notes: Bull Barton returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#118.

Title: "The Vow!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Jim Hawkes [sheriff]
Villains: Chance Corbett [Tom's son, trouble maker]
Others: Tom Corbett [Jim's friend, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#199
Synopsis: Jim promises to look over Tom's son as Tom dies; because Chance is always making trouble, Jim has to keep him in jail to keep him safe.

One Hundred Fourteen

Title: "The Return of Iron Mask!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Iron Mask [from #110]
Others: Steel, a sheriff, a doctor
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#212
Synopsis: Iron Mask builds full body bulletproof armour in prison and escapes; tracking down Kid Colt for revenge, he wounds Colt; Colt recovers under a doctor's care, but then goes to jail. However, Iron Mask's rampage causes the sheriff to set Colt free; Colt leads Iron Mask through a river and the water rusts Iron Mask's armour, rendering him inert and easily captured.
Notes: Iron Mask returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#121.

Title: "The Day of the Gunfight!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Easy Evans [gunfighter]
Villains: A gunfighter [dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: A gunfighter wants to make his reputation by beating Easy Evans; seeing Evans wound his right arm while cleaning his gun, the man sees a chance and challenges Evans, but Evans is left-handed and kills the challenger.

One Hundred Fifteen

Title: "The Scorpion's Sting!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Scorpion [man with hidden derringer] and his gang
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#193
Synopsis: Kid Colt runs into Scorpion, who frightens people with his power to strike things by pointing at them; the duo are caught by a posse, but Scorpion breaks out and tries to force Colt to join his gang; Colt refuses, escapes and learns from newspapers how Scorpion created a silent derringer; Colt defeats Scorpion in hand-to-hand combat and reveals his trick to the world.
Notes: The Scorpion returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#118.
"The End of a Bully"

One Hundred Sixteen

Title: "Doctor Danger and the Invisible Gunman"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dr. Danger [ventrioloquist, uses magnet to create "Invisible Gunman"]
Others: Steel, Will Webb [newspaperman]
Genre: Western
Setting: River Bend, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#190
Synopsis: Dr. Danger menaces River Bend with his ally, the Invisible Gunman, but Colt eventually realizes Danger is simply a ventrioloquist with a magnet hidden under his cloak; Danger does all the shooting while people stare at the gun and hat of his "accomplice."
Notes: Dr. Danger returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#118.

Title: "Gunman's Quest!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Villains: Stark [outlaw, former gang leader]
Others: Gil Smith [former member of Stark's gang, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: 1858, Elm Gap
Reprinted In: Ghost Rider#3; Tex Dawson, Gunslinger#3
Synopsis: Stark gets out of prison and hunts Gil, the man who betrayed him, but after a lengthy quest, finds Gil is dead.

One Hundred Seventeen

Title: "The Fearsome Fat Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Fat Man [Australian criminal, wields boomerang]
Others: Steel, US Cavalry, governor of California, a deputy
Genre: Western
Setting: San Francisco, California, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#8; Kid Colt, Outlaw#192
Synopsis: The governor asks Kid Colt to stop the Fat Man, whose crime spree has gone unchecked; Colt defeats Fat Man, but gives the credit to a deputy Fat Man injured, thus cheating himself out of another chance for a pardon.
Notes: Fat Man returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#127.
"The Man in Black"

One Hundred Eighteen

Title: "The Chain Gang of Pecos Pass"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Fred Yates [bounty hunter], Susan [Fred's girlfriend], Dr. Danger [from #116], the Scorpion [from #115], Bull Barton [from #113]
Others: Sam, Tom [prison guards], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#9; Kid Colt, Outlaw#191
Synopsis: Susan claims to be Fred's sister and convinces Colt to surrender himself to Fred; however, Susan is really Fred's lover and accomplice; Fred delivers Colt to the law and he's sent to prison on a chain gang alongside his old enemies the Scorpion, Dr. Danger and Bull Barton. The trio use their enmity of Colt to engineer a breakout and Colt escapes to recapture them; the trio run into Fred, but he proves unable to capture them; Colt captures all three criminals and when Susan tries to ply his emotions again, he rejects her; Colt delivers the criminals back to the prison then rides away.
Notes: Dr. Danger returns in Kid Colt, Outlaw#127.
"The Lawman of Lazy River"

One Hundred Nineteen

Title: "The Saga of Bassett the Badman"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ben Bassett [young gunfighter], Faro Wilks [gambler], Montana [Wilks' gunfighter]
Others: Steel, Mr. Bassett [old rancher, dies], Maybelle [Ben's girlfriend], Mr. Hornby [banker]
Genre: Western
Setting: Bedrock, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#10; Kid Colt, Outlaw#195
Synopsis: Mr. Bassett hides Kid Colt from a posse; dying of an illness, Bassett asks Colt to ensure his son Ben doesn't become an outlaw. Colt agrees and after Bassett's death, finds Ben is a gambler, losing his money to Wilks. When Ben hears his father is dead, he gambles away his inheritance. Ben rejects Colt's guidance and becomes an agent of Wilks, agreeing to help him rob a bank, but Ben changes his mind during the robbery and instead helps Colt defeat Wilks' gang.
"Unarmed"

One Hundred Twenty

Title: "The Cragsons Ride Again!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Scarecrow Cragson [thin outlaw], Clem Cragson [Scarecrow's uncle], Whitey Cragson [Scarecrow's cousin, gambler], Shorty Cragson [Scarecrow's cousin]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Harmony, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#194
Synopsis: Clem Cragson collects his three nephews to revive their old gang; when they rob a stagecoach, Kid Colt turns up as a passenger and fights them, eventually defeating the entire gang.
"The Stranger"

One Hundred Twenty-One

Title: "Iron Mask Strikes Again!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Rawhide Kid, Sam Hawk
Villains: Iron Mask
Others: Steel, Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Silvertown
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#215
Synopsis: Colt is captured by Sam Hawk and put in jail; he is joined by the Rawhide Kid, who tries to warn Hawk Iron Mask is lose again; both men escape and join forces to capture Iron Mask, tricking him into falling in a well.
Notes: Iron Mask last seen in Kid Colt, Outlaw#114, returns in #127; this is the first meeting of Kid Colt and the Rawhide Kid.

Title: "Hogan's Hiding Place"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Villains: Bart Hogan [bank robber, dies]
Others: Farnsworth [circuit judge], General George Armstrong Custer [dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: June 25, 1876, Gooseneck Falls; Little Big Horn, Montana, USA
Synopsis: Hogan robs Gooseneck Falls but is recognized while fleeing; he buries his loot then joins the army to evade attention, but winds up among Custer's men slaughtered at the Little Big Horn.

One Hundred Twenty-Two

Title: "When an Outlaw Dies!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rattler Ruxton [casino owner, dies], Lefty [Rattler's bodyguard], Danny Nesbitt [gambler, resembles Kid Colt, dies]
Others: Steel, Sam Nesbitt [rancher, Danny's father], Lily Nesbitt [Danny's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#187
Synopsis: Kid Colt's resemblance to Danny Nesbitt causes Rattler to mistake the two and Colt learns Danny holds gambling debts to Rattler and promised to help Rattler seize his father's ranch in return. Colt escapes Rattler and finds Danny, attempting to convince him to help defeat Rattler; Danny refuses and fights Colt, finally falling off a cliff. When Colt goes to tell Danny's family, they take him for Danny; Colt battles Rattler's men and Rattler flees from Colt, ultimately falling off the same cliff where Danny died. When Danny's family find Danny's body they assume he died resisting Rattler, repairing his reputation in their eyes; Colt rides on.

Title: "Robbery at Red Rock!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: A gunman
Others: Dr. R. Smith [physician]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#189
Synopsis: A gunman robs Smith, but is subsequently mauled by a puma; crawling to the nearest doctor, the gunman finds Smith is the only man to treat him.

One Hundred Twenty-Three (July, 1965)

Title: "Nodboy Gets Away from Ringo Barker"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ringo Barker [outlaw] and his gang [Hunk, Natchez]
Others: Steel, Jethro [Ringo's young nephew]
Genre: Western
Setting: Oklahoma, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#218
Synopsis: Colt is saved from a rattlesnake by Ringo and Jethro and agrees to ride them, hearing Ringo is going to go straight for his nephew. However, when they find Ringo's gang waiting for them in Oklahoma, Colt realizes Ringo is still a criminal. Colt tries to throw off Ringo's gang by deliberately seeming incompetant so they'll doubt he's really Kid Colt, but when they finally turn on Colt to kill him, Colt unleashes his gunmanship and beats them all; Jethro wants to ride with Colt, but Colt drives him off, then delivers Ringo's gang to the law.
"They Called Him Outlaw" from Rawhide Kid#23

One Hundred Twenty-Four (September, 1965)

Title: "The Mystery of the Missing Mustangs"
Story: Al Hartley
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Phantom Raider [Slade, dies]
Others: Steel, Larsen [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: A western trail
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw #177; Kid Colt, Outlaw #227
Synopsis: Colt pursues the masked cattle raider the Phantom Raider and unmasks him as Slade, one of Larsen's hands after he is trampled by the herd.
"The Judge" from Rawhide Kid#32

One Hundred Twenty-Five

Title: "Day of the Gunslingers!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt, Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Silas Kane [mayoral candidate]
Others: Steel, Mayor Johnson [mayor of Tombstone], Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#171
Synopsis: Kid Colt comes to Tombstone and is asked to aid Kane in robbing banks to make Mayor Johnson look bad; he refuses, so they remove his bullets and bring him along for his rep; Colt rides away and is caught by the Two-Gun Kid and arrested; Colt escapes jail and rounds up Kane and his gang, proving his character in the Two-Gun Kid's eyes.
"The Mob Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#37

One Hundred Twenty-Six (January, 1966)

Title: "The Guns of Wes Hardin!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Steve Skeates, Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Ace, Jinx [stage robbers], John Wesley Hardin [gunslinger]
Others: Steel, Al [stage driver], Homer, Clyde [hotel staff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Belmont Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#5; Kid Colt, Outlaw#183
Synopsis: Hardin challenges Kid Colt to a gunfight, but Colt outdraws him. Hardin is depressed by his defeat, but hears he could draw faster by strapping his guns in a leather vest; Hardin tests out his vest and finds himself much faster. In a rematch with Colt, Hardin thinks he'll defeat him, but Colt fires his guns by swiveling his holsters, once again defeating Hardin.
"Gun Duel in Dorado" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#102

One Hundred Twenty-Seven

Title: "Iron Mask and His Circus of Crime"
Story: Steve Skeates, Roy Thomas
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Iron Mask [last in #121], Bennington Brown [from #112], Dr. Danger [last in #118], Fat Man [from #117]
Others: Steel, a governor
Genre: Western
Setting: Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#219
Synopsis: Iron Mask bands Brown, Dr. Danger and Fat Man together into a gang. Kid Colt heads to Arizona, hoping the governor will give him a pardon, but he has to surrender his guns while in town; Colt sees Iron Mask's gang posing as circus performers but the crooks catch Colt and turn him over to the law; Iron Mask's gang perform for the governor's party, then begin to rob the guests; Kid Colt breaks out of prison and defeats all of the gang, but the governor was wounded during the fight and is quickly sent away to a doctor; Colt has missed another chance for a pardon.
Notes: Iron Mask, Dr. Danger and Fat Man return in West Coast Avengers#18.
"The Badman" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#100

One Hundred Twenty-Eight

Title: "I Killed Kid Colt!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Dolan Brothers [horse thieves], Jeb Grubly [short man, gunfighter]
Others: Steel, Tommy [child]
Genre: Western
Setting: Havenville, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#221
Synopsis: Grubly wants to create a reputation and joins forces with Dolan brothers to capture Kid Colt; Grubly takes Colt's guns into Havenville and claims he killed Colt to get them; however, Colt gets free, defeats the Dolans, then publicly reveals his survival in Havenville and humiliates Grubly.
"Return of the Outlaw" from Rawhide Kid#31

One Hundred Twenty-Nine (July, 1966)

Title: "The Range War of Vengeance Valley"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Sam Wainwright [head of cattlemen's association] and his men: Rafe, Blackie Yates [gunman, dies]
Others: Steel, Ed Dawson [homesteader], Tom Wainwright [Sam's son], Lydia Dawson [Ed's daughter], Blake [farmer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#162; Kid Colt, Outlaw#202
Synopsis: Colt finds Wainwright ready to wage a range war on homesteaders; Colt takes the homesteaders' side in the fight; Tom, who loves Lydia, is nearly killed trying to halt his father; seeing his son fall wounded, Sam calls off the battle. Colt pursues Blackie Yates, the one who shot Tom, and kills him.
"The Black Mask" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#106

One Hundred Thirty (September, 1966)

"Mission: Find El Lopo" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#86
"Beware of Montana Joe!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#96
"How the Kid Became an Outlaw" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#79
"On the Rampage" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#95
"The Guns of Drago Dalton" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#97

One Hundred Thirty-One (November, 1966)

Title: "The Town Tamer!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Comanches [Running Wolf], the Town Tamer [Jason Claymore, gunhawk, dies] and his Enforcers
Others: Steel, Frank [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Ravenwood, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#207
Synopsis: Ravenwood needs someone to clean up their streets and hire Claymore to enforce the law; Claymore and his Enforcers take care of the outlaws, then begin demanding a permanent post in the town with regular money paid like extortion fees; one resident escapes the Enforcers' cordon and tells Kid Colt about it; Colt rides into Ravenwood and confronts the Town Tamer, but is beaten when Claymore's office is protected by bulletproof glass and a trapdoor; Colt is locked in a steel cage but Steel helps free him and Colt riles up the townsfolk to aid him against the Enforcers; in a shoot-out with the Town Tamer, Colt kills him and Ravenwood is finally free.
"At the Mercy of the Barracuda" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#109
"Behind the Iron Mask!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#110
"Kid Colt and the Outlaw Sheriff!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#110
"The Revenge of Rio Bates" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#110

One Hundred Thirty-Two (January, 1967)

Title: "The Avenging Gun!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Wolf Morgan and his gang [Joe Slade [dies], Vince, Pete, Mike, stage robbers]
Others: Steel, Billy Slade [Joe's son, would-be gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rustwood, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#222
Synopsis: Colt breaks up a stage robbery, killing Joe Slade; Joe's son Billy is encouraged to join Wolf's gang and get revenge on Colt, but during a train robbery when Wolf has the drop on Colt, Billy chooses to save Colt and helps him capture Wolf's gang.
"Draw or Die, Mister!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#92
"Trapped on the Trail" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#109
"Wanted!! Dead or Alive" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#90
"My Gun For Hire" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#92
"Prisoner of the Durado Gang" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#92
"The Death of Kid Colt" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#91

One Hundred Thirty-Three (March, 1967)

Title: "The Wrath of Rammer Rankin!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rammer Rankin [outlaw, solid steel fist], Jake, Lefty, Jenkins [Rankin's gang]
Others: Steel, Tim [prison guard], Lance Larkin [reluctant member of Rankin's gang], Lucy Larkin [Lance's sister], Mary Ann [child]
Genre: Western
Setting: Medicine Bend, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#172; Kid Colt, Outlaw#226
Synopsis: Rammer breaks out of prison with his gang, but Lance rides away; the gang pursues him because he hid the money from their job before prison. Lucy asks Kid Colt to help Lance get out of the gang, but Rammer and his men force Lance to rejoin them and lead them to the loot hidden in an old silver mine; Colt follows to the mine and defeats Rammer with Lance's help; Lance turns in the loot and Rammer's gang, giving himself a change to square himself with the law.
"Wanted" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#97

One Hundred Thirty-Four

Title: "Shoot-Out at Hooker Flat!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rance Hooker [gunman, dies], Owen Hooker [town boss, Rance's brother], Rance's gang [Jed, Burt]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Hooker Flat, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#205
Synopsis: Colt happens upon a posse pursuing Rance Hooker and one member is shot saving Colt's life; the dying man asks Colt to capture Rance and Colt agrees. Colt pursues Rance into Hooker Flat, a town run by Rance's brother. Despite this, Colt manages to pin Rance down inside a houes and when Owen throws in dynamite to flush out Colt, it kills Rance instead; with Rance dead, his followers lose interest in fighting.
"Strong-Man" from Rawhide Kid#26

One Hundred Thirty-Five (July, 1967)

Title: "The Menace of Black Bart's Thundering Guns"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Black Bart
Others: Emma [civilian], Doc Jones [physician], Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Dry Gulch, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#200
Synopsis: Suffering from a fever, Colt goes to Dry Gulch for a doctor; Black Bart sees Colt is sick and challenges him to a duel; when Colt refuses, Bart begins terrorizing Dry Gulch. However, once Colt's health has returned, he quickly beats Bart.

Title: "War at Indian Canyon!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jeb Toohey [Indian agent, dies], Pete [Jeb's accomplice]
Others: White Bird [Sioux woman], the Sioux
Genre: Western
Setting: 1870, Montana, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#200
Synopsis: Indian agents in Montana try to rile people up against the Sioux, but Colt sees through their deception; with White Bird's help, he halts the violence and stops the would-be killers; Jeb falls to his death fighting Colt.
"Showdown in Chickamaw County" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#104

One Hundred Thirty-Six (September, 1967)

Title: "The Intruders!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Rance Barlow [rancher]
Others: Steel, Jake [shepherd], Nancy [Jake's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Ranch
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#223
Synopsis: Colt aids shepherds from Barlow, who wants their spread.

Title: "Revenge Rides the Range!"
Story: Roy Thomas
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Patch Larson [rustler]
Others: Steel, Scott McCord [marshal], Jason McCord [dies in flashback]
Genre: Western
Setting: Weston County [flashback]
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#223
Synopsis: Colt is captured by Scott McCord, who believes he killed his brother; when the two are attacked by Patch Larson, Colt aids McCord and forces McCord to let him go; Colt determines he will find the man who killed McCord's brother.
Notes: Continued in Rawhide Kid#64.

Title: "The Wild Ones!"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Tom Sutton
Heroes: Calamity Jane
Villains: Biggie Beckert, Little Poison [trouble-makers]
Genre: Western
Setting: South Gulch
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#228
Synopsis: Biggie and Poison cause a riot in a saloon and decide to pick on one smaller man-- but "he" turns out to be Calamity Jane, who quickly defeats them both.

One Hundred Thirty-Seven (November, 1967)

Title: "The Bounty-Hunter and the Bullwhip!"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bull Mason [robber, wields bullwhip] and his gang
Others: Steel, Dude Hawkins [bounty hunter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#224
Synopsis: Dude tries to capture Kid Colt, but when they run into Bull Mason he helps Colt defeat Bull instead; Dude asks Colt to become his partner, but Colt declines.

Title: "McClintrock's Guns!"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: McClintrock [female rancher], Chino [gunfighter, dies]
Others: Steel, Joe Moss [farmer], Becky Moss [Joe's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#224
Synopsis: McClintrock begins a range war with homesteaders, but Kid Colt shoots down her best gunman, Chino, and demands she give up her plans.

Title: "Blazing Showdown!"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Tom Sutton, Bill Everett
Heroes: Sheriff Ben Justin
Villains: Hawk Harris [outlaw] and other gunmen
Others: Martha Justin [Ben's wife], Pete [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Durango City, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#225
Synopsis: Hawk learns Ben has to wear glasses so arranges an ambush, but it turns out Ben can handle the gunmen just fine - his glasses are for reading.

One Hundred Thirty-Eight (January, 1968)

Title: "The End of an Outlaw?"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Jace and his gang [train robbers], Larkin [enemy of governor, dies], Snark [Larkin's ally, dies]
Others: Steel, a governor, a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Deadwood City, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#33
Synopsis: After saving a governor from train robbers, Colt is given a chance for a pardon and accepts. Arriving in Deadwood, Colt has to agree to stay in a cell until the pardon is written. However, from the cell Colt overhears Larkin planning to kill the governor. Colt breaks out and kills the assassins then flees, thinking the law will be against him for having broken out.

Title: "The Avenging Son"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Shrieking Eagle [renegade], a bounty hunter [dies]
Others: Steel, Flashing Sky [son of dead chief]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#32
Synopsis: Colt finds Flashing Sky amidst the wreckage of burned out wagons; Flashing Sky reveals Shrieking Eagle is leading his people against white men and he was trying to stop them. As they ride to Flashing Sky's village, Flashing Sky saves Colt from a bounty hunter. In the village, Colt challenges Shrieking Eagle's leadership in a contest, but Shrieking Eagle drugs the drink before the match; however, Colt is immune to the poison and defeats Shrieking Eagle; Flashing Sky becomes the new chief.

Title: "The Brave One!"
Story: Bill Everett
Art: Bill Molno, Vince Colletta
Heroes: An old wagon master
Villains: A robber, Natives
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: When a wagon master refuses to fight a robber who attacks them, people think the wagon master is a coward; however, the wagon master later proves his courage when he saves another wagon driver from a dangerous set of river rapids.

One Hundred Thirty-Nine (March, 1968)

Title: "The Robin Hood Raider"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Robin Hood Raider [Gance]
Others: Ned Delman [rancher], Steel, Susan Delman [Ned's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rat's Roost
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#196
Synopsis: Gance is protected in Rat's Roost by his friends and cannot be touched by the law; Colt and Susan Delman form a party to bring him to justice.

Title: "Showdown at the Silver Spur"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Clem [miner, dies], Porky [Clem's brother]
Others: Steel
Genre: Porky's daughter, marshal
Setting: Moccasin Springs
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#196
Synopsis: After a marshal shoots Clem dead, Porky's daughter hires Colt to protect him, fearful he'll get himself killed by the marshal in revenge; Porky winds up being arrested.

Title: "Targo"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Don Heck, Jay Noel
Heroes: Targo [wanderer]
Villains: Blackie Billis [judge candidate]
Others: Judge Layton, his daughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Royal Valley
Synopsis: The crooked Billis attempts to prevent Layton from being re-elected, but Targo brings Billis down.

One Hundred Forty

Title: "Fury at Farrow Gap"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Werner Roth, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: An outlaw band
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Farrow Gap
Reprinted In: Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#3
Synopsis: Colt is forced to work with a team of outlaws who send him to rob a bank with empty guns, but Colt outthinks them and routs them all into the law's arms.
"The Wolf Pack" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65
"The Promise" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"Showdown at Smoke Mesa" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65

One Hundred Forty-One (December, 1969)

Title: "Tombstone Take-Over"
Story: Linda Fite
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jack Steele [Nancy's uncle, saloon owner] and his gang [Zak]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#129
Synopsis: Nancy's uncle Jack sets up a saloon but also fronts criminal activities; the Two-Gun Kid defeats the gang and Matt promises to defend Jack for Nancy's sake.
"The Raiders" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65
"Trail of Disaster" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#72
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65

One Hundred Forty-Two (January, 1970)

"With a Gun at his Back" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"The Magic Six-Guns" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"Rustler" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"Dead on his Feet" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"The Gauntlet of Hate" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73

One Hundred Forty-Three (February, 1970)

"A Bet with Death" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
"A Trap For a Killer" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
"Showdown at Horseshoe Flats" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
"Bordertown Justice" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74

One Hundred Forty-Four (March, 1970)

"Gunplay" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77
"Kill Kid Colt on Sight" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77
"Lawman" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77
"Trail of the Outlaw" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77

One Hundred Forty-Five (April, 1970)

"Marked For Capture" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#70
"Desperate Hour" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#70
"Out of Bounds" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#70
"He Stands in the Shadow" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#70
"The Last Roundup" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#70

One Hundred Forty-Six (May, 1970)

"The Kid Faces Sam Hawk, Manhunter!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78
"The Other Kid Colt" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78
"Crazy Fox Strikes" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78
"Stagecoach to Tombstone" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78

One Hundred Forty-Seven (June, 1970)

"Showdown in Cheyenne" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#66
"The Gun Nobody Wanted" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#66
"The Road to Ruin" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#66
"Fear" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#66
"Beyond the Law" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#66

One Hundred Forty-Eight (July, 1970)

"Tinhorn Sheriff" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Dangerous Game" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Phantom Ambush" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Saddle Bum" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Shoot Fast or Die" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69

One Hundred Forty-Nine (August, 1970)

"King of the Badlands" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#59
"Trouble Trail" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#59
"Curtain of Lead" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#59
"Badman's Rout" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#59

One Hundred Fifty (October, 1970)

"Firing Squad" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#68
"Last Stage to Peyote" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#68
"A Desperado at Our Door" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#68
"Ambush" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#68
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#68

One Hundred Fifty-One (December, 1970)

"The Man Who Couldn't Quit" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81
"The Brute of Copper County" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#76
"The Coward" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81

One Hundred Fifty-Two

"The Man From Fargo!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#90
"Wanted!! Dead or Alive" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#90
"The Menace of Moose Morgan!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#86
"Beware!! The Gun Wizard!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#90

One Hundred Fifty-Three (April, 1971)

"Siege at the Circle-X" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#85
"The Deputy Says: Draw" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#85
"Git off My Land" from Outlaw Kid#17
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#85

One Hundred Fifty-Four (July, 1971)

"Gunduel in the Desert!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#91
"The Fury of Bull Barker" from Rawhide Kid#27
"Jailbreak" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81
"The Plunderers" from Gunsmoke Western#32

One Hundred Fifty-Five (September, 1971)

untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#50
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#50
"The Rip-Snorter" from Rawhide Kid#19
"Missing Witness" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#67

One Hundred Fifty-Six (November, 1971)

"A Man Named Colt" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#64
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#36
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#36
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#36
"Run For Your Life" from Outlaw Kid#16
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#50
"Gantry's Curse" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#64

One Hundred Fifty-Seven (January, 1972)

untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#49
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#47
"The Man in Black" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#49
"Surrender or Die" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#61

One Hundred Fifty-Eight (March, 1972)

"Hired Gun" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#64
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#49
"The Land Grabber" from Two-Gun Kid#28
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#49

One Hundred Fifty-Nine (May, 1972)

"The Stalker" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#61
"Empty Holsters" from Ringo Kid#19
"The Phantom Raiders" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#61
"The Loser" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#61
"Showdown" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#61

One Hundred Sixty (July, 1972)

"Desert Vengeance" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"The Challenge" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#55
"An Act of Faith" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"Thirty-Five Notches" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#62

One Hundred Sixty-One (August, 1972)

untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#45
"Day of Decision!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"The Derringer Kid" from Western Kid#8
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#44

One Hundred Sixty-Two (September, 1972)

"The Range War of Vengeance Valley" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#129
"Man Without Guns" from Wild Western#33

One Hundred Sixty-Three (October, 1972)

"The Outlaw and the Lady" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#88
"Dakota Dixon, the Badman!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#105
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#45

One Hundred Sixty-Four (November, 1972)

"Draw or Die, Mister!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#92
"Flames Along the Border" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#56
"The Iron Giant" from Journey Into Mystery#69
"Trail's End" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#56

One Hundred Sixty-Five (December, 1972)

"Wanted" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#54
"Gun Smoke" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#54
"The Desperate Man" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#54
"Showdown at Sunset" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#56

One Hundred Sixty-Six (January, 1973)

"Vengeance Trail!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#26
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#26
"The Gunman" from Apache Kid#19
"The Visitor" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#54

One Hundred Sixty-Seven (February, 1973)

"Trapped in the Haunted Mine" from Gunsmoke Western#51
"Six-Gun Palaver" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#56
"The Moonlight Rustlers" from Gunsmoke Western#50
"Pursuit in the Desert" from Gunsmoke Western#49

One Hundred Sixty-Eight (March, 1973)

"Durk Drago, the Man Who Beat Kid Colt" from Gunsmoke Western#55
"Fury at the Circle-R!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#87
"The Meeting" from Western Kid#4
"The Mark of the Outlaw" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#87

One Hundred Sixty-Nine (April, 1973)

"Give Me Your Guns" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#87
"The Sacrifice" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#65
"The Man Who Drew Against Drago" from Gunsmoke Western#50

One Hundred Seventy (May, 1973)

"How the Kid Became an Outlaw!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#79
"The Last Roundup!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#79
"The Man Who Was Faster Than the Kid!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#79
"Escape!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#88

One Hundred Seventy-One (June, 1973)

"Day of the Gunslingers" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#125
"The Long Night" from Gunsmoke Western#48

One Hundred Seventy-Two (July, 1973)

"Wrath of Rammer Rankin" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#133
"When Drago Came to Town" from Gunsmoke Western#36

One Hundred Seventy-Three (August, 1973)

"Guns Roar in Gila Pass" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#99
"The Getaway" from Western Kid#14
"The Man Who Wouldn't Draw" from Quick-Trigger Western#18

One Hundred Seventy-Four (September, 1973)

"When the Sam Hawk Strikes" from Gunsmoke Western#60
"One-Hour Truce" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#75
"Stampede!" from Gunsmoke Western#49

One Hundred Seventy-Five (October, 1973)

"At the Mercy of the Barracuda" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#109
"Rafe Hammer" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#63

One Hundred Seventy-Six (November, 1973)

"The Ghost of Midnight Mountain" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#93
"Hired Gun" from Gunsmoke Western#55

One Hundred Seventy-Seven

"The Mystery of the Missing Mustangs" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#124
"Kid Six-Gun" from Rawhide Kid#12

One Hundred Seventy-Eight (January, 1974)

"When the Witch Doctor Strikes" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#100
"Trail's End" from Two-Gun Kid#36
untitled from Two-Gun Kid#36

One Hundred Seventy-Nine (February, 1974)

"Circus of Crime" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#106
"Doc Holliday, Most Dangerous Gunman of the West" from Gunsmoke Western#53

One Hundred Eighty (March, 1974)
"The Giant Monster of Midnight Valley" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#107
"Doom Around the Bend" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#107
"Thundering hoofs" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#107

One Hundred Eighty-One (April, 1974)

"The Saga of Sam Hawk, Manhunter" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#111

One Hundred Eighty-Two (May, 1974)

"On the Rampage" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#95
"Zack Krull, the Man Who Outdrew the Kid" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#103

One Hundred Eighty-Three (June, 1974)

"The Guns of Wes Hardin" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#126
"Shoot-out" from Gunsmoke Western#58

One Hundred Eighty-Four (July, 1974)

"Trapped by the Bounty Hunter" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#94
"Mission of Murder" from Wild Western#14

One Hundred Eighty-Five (August, 1974)

"The Kid Goes East" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#108
"Kill the Sheep-Men" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#61

One Hundred Eighty-Six (September, 1974)

"The Unbeatable Mr. Brown" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#112
"Trapped in Trigger Valley" from Wyatt Earp#28

One Hundred Eighty-Seven (October, 1974)

"When an Outlaw Dies" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#122
untitled from Gunsmoke Western#49

One Hundred Eighty-Eight (November, 1974)

"When the Outlaws Strike" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#101
"Draw on Sight" from Western Outlaws#21
"Warpath" from Western Outlaws#21

One Hundred Eighty-Nine (December, 1974)

"Robbery at Red Rock" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#122
"A Trap for a Killer" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
"Bordertown Justice" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74
"A Bet With Death" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#74

One Hundred Ninety (January, 1975)

"Dr. Danger and the Invisible Gunman" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#116
"The Man" from Apache Kid#17

One Hundred Ninety-One (February, 1975)

"The Chain Gang of Pecos Pass" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#118

One Hundred Ninety-Two (March, 1975)

"The Fearsome Fat Man" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#117

One Hundred Ninety-Three (April, 1975)

"The Scorpion's Sting" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#115

One Hundred Ninety-Four (May, 1975)

"The Cragsons Ride Again" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#120

One Hundred Ninety-Five (June, 1975)

"The Saga of Basset the Badman" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#119

One Hundred Ninety-Six (July, 1975)

"The Robin Hood Raider" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#139
"Showdown at the Silver Spur" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#139

One Hundred Ninety-Seven (August, 1975)

"The Day The Kid Was Captured" from Gunsmoke Western#64
"He Wore a Tin Star" from Gunsmoke Western#64

One Hundred Ninety-Eight (September, 1975)

"Wanted" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#97
"The Guns of Drago Dalton" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#97

One Hundred Ninety-Nine (October, 1975)

"The Revenge of Bull Barton" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#113
"The Vow" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#113

Two Hundred (November, 1975)

"The Menace of Black Bart's Thundering Guns" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#135
"War at Indian Canyon" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#135

Two Hundred One

Title: "Death in the Devil's Dungeon!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt, Rawhide Kid
Others: Burt Riker [con man], Steel, Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Yuma
Synopsis: Riker gets himself, Colt and the Rawhide Kid thrown in jail at Yuma, hoping to rescue his brother, but his brother is already dead; the three of them endure deplorable prison conditions before escaping; Riker simply bribes his way out.

Two Hundred Two

"The Range War of Vengeance Valley" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#129

Two Hundred Three (February, 1976)

"The Revenge of Montana Joe!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#96
"Tragedy on the Trail!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#96

Two Hundred Four (March, 1976)

"Kid Colt Helps a Lady" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#45
"Trail of Disaster" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#72
"Day of Decision" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"The Coward" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#71

Two Hundred Five (April, 1976)

"Shoot-out at Hooker Flat!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#134

Two Hundred Six (May, 1976)

"Behind the Iron Mask" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#110
"Kid Colt and the Outlaw Sheriff" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#110

Two Hundred Seven (June, 1976)

"The Town Tamer" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#131

Two Hundred Eight (July, 1976)

"Dangerous Game!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"The Death of Kid Colt!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#91
"The Sheriff of Buckshot" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#72

Two Hundred Nine (August, 1976)

"The Man-Hunter" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#88
"The Mark of the Coward!" from Gunsmoke Western#53
"Duel in the Desert" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#88

Two Hundred Ten (September, 1976)

"Tinhorn Sheriff" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Phantom Ambush" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#69
"Gun Play" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#77
"Fateful Journey" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#72

Two Hundred Eleven (October, 1976)

"Guns Roar in Rio Mesa" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#89
"Trapped" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#89
"When the Kid Lost a Gunfight" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#89

Two Hundred Twelve (November, 1976)

"The Return of Iron Mask" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#114

Two Hundred Thirteen (December, 1976)

"Rampage" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#63
"Prairie Smoke" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#58
"The Burning Sands" from Men's Adventure#26
"Rustler's Moon" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#63

Two Hundred Fourteen (January, 1977)

"Kid Colt-- No More" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#113
"Call Them Renegades" from Western Gunfighters#1
"Six-Gun Challenge" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#58

Two Hundred Fifteen (February, 1977)

"Iron Mask Strikes Again" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#121

Two Hundred Sixteen (March, 1977)

"Mission: Find El Lopo" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#86
"Gambling House" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#58

Two Hundred Seventeen (April, 1977)

"Call Them Renegades" from Western Gunfighters#4
"The Brute of Copper Canyon" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81

Two Hundred Eighteen (June, 1977)

"Nobody Gets Away From Ringo Barker" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#123

Two Hundred Nineteen (August, 1977)

"Iron Mask and His Circus of Crime" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#127

Two Hundred Twenty (October, 1977)

"Trapped By King Kobra" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#98
"Showdown at Dawn" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#98

Two Hundred Twenty-One (December, 1977)

"I Killed Kid Colt" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#128

Two Hundred Twenty-Two (February, 1977)

"Avenging Gun" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#132

Two Hundred Twenty-Three (April, 1978)

"The Intruders!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#136
"Revenge Rides the Range!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#136

Two Hundred Twenty-Four (June, 1978)

"The Bounty-Hunter and the Bullwhip" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#137
"McClintrock's Guns" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#137

Two Hundred Twenty-Five

"The Other Kid Colt" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78
"The Deadly Double!" from Rawhide Kid#64
"Blazing Showdown" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#137

Two Hundred Twenty Six (October, 1978)

"The Wrath of Rammer Rankin" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#133

Two Hundred Twenty-Seven (December, 1978)

"The Mystery of the Missing Mustangs" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#124

Two Hundred Twenty-Eight (February, 1978)

"At the Mercy of the Barracuda" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#109
"The Wild Ones" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#136

Two Hundred Twenty-Nine (April, 1978)

"Meet the Manhunter" from Giant-Size Kid Colt, Outlaw#1
"The Wild One" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#78

Giant-Size One (January, 1975)

Title: "Meet the Manhunter!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt, Rawhide Kid
Villains: Joe Colby [gunman, dies], Scar Colby [Joe's brother, dies], Dolan Gang [criminals]
Others: Steel, Nightwind, Murdock [aging detective], Captain Smith [Murdock's superior], Billy Murdock [Murdock's grandson]
Genre: Western
Setting: Kurtesky, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#229
Synopsis: In Kurtesky, Kid Colt finds Rawhide Kid in the midst of a brawl; the two Kids escape together, shooting Joe as they flee. Scar vows revenge. Murdock is growing old; to prove his value, he decides to become a bounty hunter out west and targets Kid Colt and Rawhide Kid. Finding the duo, Murdock makes friends with them, then begins using guile to trick each into thinking the other is plotting against him. The two Kids have a falling out and Murdock catches them separately, placing them both under arrest. However, Scar catches up to the Kids and takes them away from Murdock so he can have his revenge. Murdock decides to make amends to the Kids and pursues Scar, sets the Kids free and helps them destroy Scar's gang; Murdock lets the Kids go and accepts his retirement.
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#52
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#52
"The Ramrod" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#52
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#52
"Duel to the End" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#62
"Beware the Gunman" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#62
"The Dam" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#62

Giant-Size Two

Title: "Showdown at Steer's Skull!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Patch [one-eyed outlaw with whip, dies], Blackie Barker [land grabber, dies]
Others: Steel, Louise [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Steer's Skull, Kansas, USA
Synopsis: Colt finds Blackie is driving people off their land through murder; his own family were killed by a land grabber who raised him like a son; when his surrogate father was killed by farmers, he vowed vengeance on all farmers. Colt finally kills Blackie.

Title: "Battle at Blood Creek!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt
Others: Steel, Sam [US marshal], cattle ranchers, sheep herders
Genre: Western
Setting: Blood Creek, USA
Synopsis: Colt finds the cattle and sheep ranchers of Blood Creek are at war with each other; to sort the situation out, he brings in Sam to arrest everyone until a judge can repair matters.
"When a Man's Afraid" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#99
"Six-Guns Can Talk" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#75
"The Menace of Bulldog Yates" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#103
"Lawmen Never Die" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#108
"Kid Colt, Coward" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#108
untitled from Kid Colt, Outlaw#35

Giant-Size Three (July, 1975)

Title: "Death Duel With Dack Derringer"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Kid Colt, Night Rider [formerly Ghost Rider]
Villains: Dack Derringer [all-around nasty guy]
Others: Jamie Jacobs, Steel, Banshee, Mrs. Benson [old woman]
Genre: Western, Super-Hero
Setting: Bison Bend, Colorado, USA
Synopsis: Colt is shot by Derringer when he discovers him cheating at cards; Carter Slade helps Colt recover and as the Night Rider, joins Colt in bringing Derringer to justice.
"The Wolf Pack" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65
"The Promise" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60
"Fury at Farrow Gap" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#140
"Rustler" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"Dead on his Feet" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#73
"Showdown at Smoke Mesa" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#65

Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt and the Arizona Girl#1

Title: "Last Stage to Oblivion"
Story: Justin Gray, Jimmy Palmiotti
Art: Federica Manfredi, Jimmy Palmiotti
Heroes: Kid Colt, Arizona Girl [aka Arizona Annie]
Villains: Skrulls [Kl'rot, impersonate Wild Bill Hickok, Rawhide Kid, Jesse James]
Others: Pete [stage driver], Apaches
Genre: Western, Science Fiction
Setting: Wilcox, USA
Synopsis: After battling through Apaches into Wilcox, Kid Colt and Arizona Girl discover the town is populated by infamous gunfighters; eventually, they learn the outlaws are actually shapeshifting Skrulls; the duo kill the Skrulls and the Apaches thank them, allowing them to leave Wilcox in peace.

Title: "The Philadelphia Filly"
Story: Jim McCann
Art: David Williams
Heroes: Philadelphia Filly [female gunfighter], Spender [gambler]
Villains: A gunman
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Philadelphia Filly exposes Spender as cheating during a card game, then saves him from the retribution of the man he cheated.
"Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!" from Rawhide Kid#17
"The Man Who Robbed the Express!" from Rawhide Kid#25
"Those Who Live by the Gun..." from Rawhide Kid#25

Kid Colt #1 (September, 2009)

Title: "Kill the Kid!"
Story: Tom DeFalco
Art: Rick Burchett
Heroes: Kid Colt, Everett Hawkmore [drifter]
Villains: Sheriff McGreeley [corrupt sheriff], Kayne [dies] and other gunmen, Bloodeye, Hodges, Big Bull Banyon and other scavengers
Others: Steel, Samuel Gemmell [marshal], Sherman Wilks [bounty hunter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Arizona
Synopsis: Colt befriends Hawkmore as he flees from the corrupt Sheriff McGreeley, whose brother was killed by Colt. McGreeley hires Wilks to hunt the Kid and Wilks chases him with a band of gunmen but his men are killed by a band of scavengers. After Colt bests the scavengers' strongest man Banyon in personal combat, they depart. Colt learns Wilks uses bounty hunting to pay off family of the men under his command who died in the Civil War. They arrange to send a disfigured corpse in Colt's place so Wilks can collect the bounty.
Notes: Originally published as an online serial at Marvel's Digital Comics Unlimited.

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