The Marvel Comics Western Archive

Rawhide Kid

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One

"The Coming of the Rawhide Kid"
"The Menace of White Face"

Title: "The Death of Wyatt Earp!"
Story:
Art: Bob Forgione
Heroes: Wyatt Earp [as "Handlebar"]
Villains: Moose Morrill and his gang [Caleb]
Genre: Western
Setting: Abilene, Texas
Synopsis: Moose collects a gang of the six best gunmen to target Wyatt Earp for death, but his man "Handlebar" is really a disguised Earp, who arrests them.
"The Sioux Attack"

Two

"Hangman's Justice"
"Six-Gun Scholar"
"The Last Victim of Husk Grant"
"Ambush Gang"

Three

"Six-Gun Lesson"
"The Rustlers"

Title: "The Easy Way!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Drew Mace [gunman]
Villains: A squatter
Others: Whitey Grover [store owner], Jack Clark [rancher], Cal North [Circle-N rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagebrush
Synopsis: Whitey, Jack and Drew are friends in youth, Whitey planning to run a store, Jack to run a ranch, Drew to become a gunfighter. Drew is employed at the Circle-N, but a squatter outdraws and beats him. Whitey and Jack become successful while Drew eventually winds up in a prison chain gang.
"The Secret of Painted Desert"

Four

"The Broken Spur"
"The Flaming Gems"
"The Kid's Last Ride"
untitled

Five

"The Outcasts"
"King Cobra"
"The Man From Nowhere"
"Desperate Hour"

Six

"Quicksand"
"Six Gun Lesson"
"Sting of the Hornet"
"Untamed"
"Trail to Ruin"

Seven

Title: "Showdown!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Faro Haskins [casino owner]
Others: Apache, Flint Halford [old man], Jim Halford [Flint's son, casino employee]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#20
Synopsis: Flint tries to get his son out of Haskins' casino and is beaten up; Rawhide goes to confront Haskins and when Jim hears what happened to his father, he helps bring down Haskinsm and blow up the casino with dynamite (!).

Title: "The Lost Mine!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Fargo and his gang [bank robbers]
Others: Apache, Tad Harmon [Randy's friend]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City; Panners Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: Randy and Tad go looking for treasure in an old mine and find Fargo's gang with the money they stole; thanks to Rawhide's intervention, the gang is brought to justice.

Title: "Gold Strike"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Toady Gregg [claim jumper], Bart Ballam [Toady's gunman]
Others: Apache, Dr. Sawyer [physician], a US marshal
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City; Snake River, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: Randy finds gold nuggets and uses his newfound fortune to buy candy; Randy leads Rawhide to the site and they find Toady there; Rawhide realizes the gold was spilled by a Pony Express rider Toady attacked; Rawhide brings Toady to justice and returns the gold.

Title: "Trapped!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: A gang of thieves
Others: Apache, King, US Cavalry
Genre: Western
Setting: Fort Slater, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#17
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid and Randy help defend Fort Slater from a gang of thieves.
"The Coward"

Eight

"Powder Keg"
"The Raiders"
"The Little Avenger"
"Notch Morgan, Gunfighter"
untitled

Nine

"Outlaw's Ambush"
"Pecos Justice"
"Indian Attack"

Title: "The Judge!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Nathan Harper [tough judge]
Villains: Clem Plunkett [rustler], Utah Kid [Harper's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagamore County
Synopsis: Harper is tough on defendants, following the letter of the law. He sends the Utah Kid away for eight years over an assault case, causing others to think Harper enjoys his work; he doesn't: the Kid is his son.
"Winner Take All"

Ten (September, 1956)

Title: "Showdown in Shadow Gap!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Cattle rustlers [Danton, Ballard, Russell]
Others: Apache, Sheriff Ben Yarby
Genre: Western
Setting: Pine Bluff; Shadow Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#20
Synopsis: Rawhide is caught while spying on cattle rustlers; the rustlers tie up the Kid, but Apache gets help from Randy and the sheriff; together, they stop the rustlers.

Title: "The Ghost of Bull Run!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Kelsey Gang, Stud Gantry [casino owner], Shuck Butler [former Confederate soldier]
Others: Sheriff Ben Yarby, Apache
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: The Kelsey Gang break out of prison and steal documents to help Stud keep his casino open. The sheriff gets help from Rawhide and the Kelsey Gang's ranks include Shuck, a traitor the sheriff ran out of the army years ago. With the gang routed, Stud's casino becomes a square dance hall instead.

Title: "The Man in the Black Stetson!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: A gang of highwaymen
Others: Apache, Mr. Anson [traveler], Sheriff Ben Yarby, Miss Raymond [schoolteacher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#17
Synopsis: Anson is beset by robbers and can't understand why; they realize his hat was worn by Sam Dodd and supposedly contains a map to a hidden fortune. After Rawhide Kid defeats the gang, Anson discovers his hat contains just a letter from President Andrew Jackson.

Title: "Man on the Run"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Hunk Grogan, Clem Mace [stage robbers]
Others: Apaches, a posse
Genre: Western
Setting: Nevada
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#94
Synopsis: Hunk and Clem steal bonds but Clem takes them for himself and runs into the desert. Hunk pursues but they run into a posse, then Apaches. They surrender to the posse, who were there for the Apaches. They reveal the bonds are non-negotiable, so they were useless.

Title: "Blind Justice!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Various gunmen
Others: Apache, Judge Parker, Jim Parker [judge's son, lawyer, marshal]
Genre: Western
Setting: Poncho, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#94
Synopsis: Rawhide helps clean up Poncho, which has no lawman; Jim returns to Poncho after his studies, revealing he's now a marshal and helps Rawhide fix the town.

Eleven (November, 1956)

Title: "Wanted: Dead or Alive!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Clam Shand and his gang
Others: Dr. A. Garrett [physician], Wilson Tate [deputy marshal], Sheriff Ben Yarby, Apache
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#19
Synopsis: Rawhide learns the Shand Gang are holed up in a cave; the Kid surrenders to the gang and then builds fires in the cave to keep the gang warm, but the fumes knock out the gang, leading to their arrest.

Title: "Retribution!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Mako Tilson [stage robber], Miguel [Mako's ally]
Others: Apache, Sheriff Ben Yarby, Bat Kimball [blind man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City; Laramie, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#19
Synopsis: Bat is exonerated and released from prison; he sets after Mako for revenge; Rawhide reaches Mako first and during a fight, Mako is blinded by a flash of lightning.

Title: "Six-Gun Thunder!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Matt Dawson [outlaw]
Others: Apache, Jack Bell [young outlaw, Matt Dawson's nephew], Sheriff Ben Yarby
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#18
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid decides Jack is a decent man and gives him a chance to prove himself; Matt tries to force his nephew to help him rob a gold shipment, but Jack turns on his uncle and helps the Kid arrest Dawson.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Thieves [Stretch]
Others: Jeb Halloway [tax assessor], Apache, Sheriff Ben Yarby
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#18
Synopsis: A gang of thieves try to avoid paying their taxes, but Rawhide Kid helps escort Jeb and sees all the dues are collected.

Title: "Showdown!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Wade Smith [meek cowboy]
Villains: Ox Murdock [tough cowboy]
Others: Mr. Curtis [ranch owner], Hank [cowboy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Circle-C Ranch, north Texas, USA
Synopsis: Ox throws his weight around on the ranch; when Curtis tells the men to choose between Ox and Wade for their new foreman, the men choose Wade, having grown tired of Ox's methods.

Twelve (January, 1957)

Title: "Kid Six-Gun"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Pete Morisi
Heroes: Kid Six-Gun [female deputy]
Villains: A band of outlaws
Others: Henry [Kid Six-Gun's husband]
Genre: Western
Setting: Last Chance
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#177
Synopsis: Outlaws plan to ambush Kid Six-Gun's wife when he arrives in Last Chance, but were unaware Kid Six-Gun was a woman; she easily bests them.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Briggs Brothers [Luke Briggs and his two brothers, outlaws]
Others: Apache, King, Russ Howland [Javelin County peace officer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#30
Synopsis: Howland comes to Rawhide's house for help as he's en route to having papers signed in Sierra which would allow him to arrest the Briggs Brothers, but the Briggses are on his trail. Rawhide, Randy and Howland defend the house as the Briggses lay siege to it; ultimately, the Kid drives off the Briggs Brothers and Howland continues to Sierra.
"Range War"
"The Last Roundup"
"Six Gun Decision"

Thirteen (March, 1957)

"Condemned"
"The Renegade Stallion"
"Miracle On Mesquite Flats"
"The Gun!"
"The Swamp Phantom"

Fourteen (May, 1957)

"Code of Honor"
"The Lost Spur"
"Race Against Time"

Title: "The Texas Gunhawk"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Texas Gunhawk [Jack Jameson, gunman]
Villains: A gang of gunmen
Others: Tim Jameson [Gunhawk's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cactus Gap
Synopsis: The Texas Gunhawk comes to town to teach his son Tim not to be like him and avoid worshiping gunfighters.
untitled

Fifteen (June, 1957)

Title: "The Scourge of the Plains!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Others: Sheriff Ben Yarby, Apache, Clem Boggs [unfriendly man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#31
Synopsis: Boggs is ill-tempered to people until Randy helps him make friends.

Title: "Bullets or Ballots!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Tippy Cole [outlaw running for sheriff], Harrison, Wade, Macon, Smith [outlaws]
Others: Apache, Sheriff Ben Yarby, Tom [town clerk]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#31
Synopsis: When the sheriff's term expires, Cole runs for sheriff to make Shotgun City a haven for outlaws, but ultimately Yarby retains power and arrests the outlaws.

Title: "Vow of Vengeance!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Randy Clayton
Villains: Crack [cattle rustler, impersonates Rawhide Kid] and his gang
Others: Bill Tappan, Hank Barlow, Spence [ranchers], Apache, King, Sheriff Ben Yarby
Genre: Western
Setting: Shotgun City, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#23
Synopsis: Ranchers accuse Rawhide Kid of rustling his cattle so he allows himself to be locked up; Randy finds the man impersonating the Kid and leads the real Kid, sheriff and ranchers to capture Crack.
"The Last Warning"

Title: "Outlaw!"
Story:
Art:
Villains: Jud Hopkins [robber]
Others: Henny [Pony Express]
Genre: Western
Setting: Pawnee Mountain, Colorado, USA
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#17
Synopsis: Hopkins robs the Pony Express but no one will cooperate with him, not even other outlaws. He finally surrenders to the law.

Sixteen (September, 1957)

"The Man Who Couldn't Talk"
"Stampede"
"The Man Who Flaunted the Law"

Title: "The Bushwhacker"
Story:
Art: Angelo Torres
Heroes: Deputy Sam Harmon [lawman]
Villains: Gig Malone, Curley [robbers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Curley is caught in a Wells Fargo robbery while Gig runs. Harmon catches Gig and puts him in a cell with a vengeful Curley.
"Desperate Decision"

Seventeen (April, 1957)

Title: "Beware! The Rawhide Kid"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid [aged 14 and later 18 in origin]
Villains: Spade and Hawk Brown [gunmen]
Others: Ben Bart [former Texas Ranger, uncle of Rawhide Kid, dies], Nightwind [Rawhide Kid's horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: 1864, later 1868 [given Rawhide Kid was born in 1850], Rawhide, Texas
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#46; Rawhide Kid#86; Marvel Visionaries: Jack Kirby; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid; Marvel Firsts: the 1960s
Synopsis: Raised by his uncle Ben, Johnny Bart became the fastest draw in Texas; when Spade and Hawk shoot his uncle from behind, Johnny beats them in a gunfight. Determined to use his uncle's training for the good of the west, Johnny rides off as the Rawhide Kid, to aid others.
Notes: First true appearance of Rawhide Kid.

Title: "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Three stage robbers
Others: Nightwind, Tommy [child]
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Tucson, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#86; Rawhide Kid#137; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid; Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt and Arizona Girl#1
Synopsis: Rawhide is looked down on by other passengers when he rides aboard a stage, but he winds up saving them all from robbers.

Title: "With Gun in Hand"
Story:
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Joe Cooper [man without guns], Les Cooper [Joe's cousin, gunman]
Villains: Calhoun [gunfighter, dies], Natchez [gunfighter, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wayneville, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#55; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid
Synopsis: Joe and Les ride together, Les protecting Joe. Les' reputation sends Calhoun after him and Les pretends to be dead so no one else will pursue them.

Title: "When the Rawhide Kid Turned... Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Sam Barker [Circle-B ranch owner, cattle rustler, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Clay Rockwell [Big-R ranch owner], a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Arrow Pass, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#86; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid
Synopsis: Rawhide helps Rockwell solve the mystery of his missing cattle and exposes Barker as the rustler; Barker draws on Rawhide but Rawhide shoots Barker first; the sheriff demands Rawhide surrender to the law, but Rawhide refuses and becomes an outlaw.

Eighteen (June, 1957)

Title: "At the Mercy of Wolf Waco!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Wolf Waco [dies] and his gang
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: September 11, Twin Forks, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#92; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid encounters Wolf Waco's gang and Waco forces the Kid to join them in a train robbery, ordering the Kid to carry out the safe robbery. However, instead the Kid prepares the train's guards to fight back and eventually defeats the gang; in a fight with the Kid, Waco falls off a cliff to his death.

Title: "The Midnight Raiders!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Wild Bill Hickok [old man]
Villains: Fury Clay, Red Clay, Hunk Clay, Charlie Clay [bank robbers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagebrush, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#92; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: The Clay brothers try to rob Sagebrush, but the seemingly-docile old sheriff is actually Wild Bill, who easily defeats them.

Title: "A Legend is Born!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jck Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Hammer Hogan
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Border City, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#92; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid hears people recount stories about him but they're so exaggerated that no one believes the short gunfighter could be the Rawhide Kid. When Hammer begins boasting of beating Rawhide, Rawhide reveals his identity and proves it by defeating Hammer. After the Kid leaves town the sheriff asks witnesses for a description, but the men exaggerate once again.

Nineteen (July, 1957)

Title: "Gun Duel in Trigger Gap!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Big Bill Corbett [tough guy], the Garson Gang
Others: Susan Clark [young woman, falls in love with Rawhide Kid], Nightwind, Mr. Clark [sheriff, Susan's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Trigger Gap
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: The Kid saves Susan from being bothered by Corbett; Susan falls in love with Rawhide, but when the Garson Gang come to town and steal gold, they hold Susan hostage as a shield against the sheriff; Rawhide rescues Susan and returns the gold, but makes it seem as though he's a rival gunfighter to the Garsons so Susan won't love him; he only tells the truth to Susan's father, then departs.

Title: "Fight or Crawl, Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Crow Mallon [gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#38; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Crow wants a gunfight with Rawhide and shows off his sharpshooting; once he's seen Rawhide deliver a similar demonstration, he panics and runs out of town.

Title: "The Rip-Snorter"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Chris "Kit" Carson [frontier scout]
Villains: Joe Craig [outlaw]
Others: Mr. Harder [cattle rancher], Smiling Bear
Genre: Western
Setting: New Mexico, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#155; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Chris and Joe are friends as children; when they grow up, Chris becomes an Indian scout while Joe becomes an outlaw; eventually, Chris captures Joe and goes on to be known as Kit Carson.

Twenty (August, 1957)

Title: "Shoot-out with Blackjack Bordon"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Harper gang, Blackjack Bordon [gunfighter], Hobb [Bordon's accomplice, poses as US marshal]
Others: Horgan [civilian], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Gopher Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#12; Rawhide Kid#136; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: After Rawhide defeats the Harper gang, Hobb claims to have a pardon for him if he gives up his guns; Rawhide agrees and Bordon moves in on Gopher Gap, terrifying locals by shoving the Kid around; eventually, the Kid meets Hobb after he's become drunk and learns it was a trick; reclaiming his guns, the Kid brings down Bordon.

Title: "The Defeat of the Rawhide Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Others: Nightwind, Bobby [child] and his father
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#12; Rawhide Kid#136; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Exhausted, Rawhide finds sanctuary with Bobby and his father on their farm; Bobby wants to join the Kid so the Kid pretends to be low character to make Bobby's father look good; he allows the father to best him in a fight and then flees, with the father realizing how the Kid helped him.

Title: "Return of the Gunfighter!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Ten-Notch Norton [gunman]
Villains: Ace Link [rival gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Ringo Kid#12; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
Synopsis: Norton returns to his hometown after a three-year absence and Link challenges him to a gunfight; Norton refuses at first, but finally complies and blasts the gun from Link's hand. It is then revealed he was afraid he would accidentally kill Link-- he'd been blinded three years earlier.

Twenty-One (September, 1957)

Title: "The Gunmen of Sundown City!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Grizzly Younger; Patch and Ape [Younger's thugs]
Others: Nightwind, Marshal Ben Carson [retires]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown City
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#135; Mighty Marvel Western#13; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
Synopsis: Younger and his men takeover Sundown City, capturing the marshal; they ask the Kid to join them and prove his loyalty by shooting the marshal; instead, the Kid sets him free and the two of them defeat Younger; the marshal retires so he won't be obliged to arrest the Kid.
Notes: Younger and his men are friends of Blackjack Bordon, from #20.

Title: "The Gunslinger"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Flash [Bat Brown, gunfighter]
Villains: Grimes [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Outlaw Kid#16; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Western Legends#1
Synopsis: Having killed Seth Brown, Grimes fears Seth's brother Bat will come for revenge; he hires Flash to protect him, but Flash reveals he's Bat Brown; Grimes falls off a cliff in terror.
Notes: Titled "Hired Gun!" in reprint.

Twenty-Two (June, 1961)

Title: "Beware!! The Terrible Totem!!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Living Totem [immense wood-like alien]
Others: Nightwind, sheriff, deputies, Injun Tom [native], Ben Bragg [silver mine foreman]
Genre: Western, Science Fiction, Monster
Setting: A silver mine on the Pecos Trail
Reprinted In: Gunslingers; Mighty Marvel Western#3; Marvel Westerns: Two-Gun Kid#1; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
Synopsis: Hiding from the law, the Kid works in a silver mine, but the Living Totem lurks below! Escaping, it goes on a rampage, until the Kid blinds it with gunsmoke and then pushes it off a cliff.
Notes: The Living Totem returns in West Coast Avengers#18.

Title: "Slap Leather, Lawman"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Jess Harper [old lawman]
Villains: Rand Crass [rustler]
Others: Marcy Harper [Jess' wife]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#68; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
Synopsis: Harper wins his gunfight when Crass' bullet hits the sheriff's star on his chest.

Twenty-Three

Title: "A Place to Hide"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Luke Stokes [tough guy], Montana Joe [outlaw], Weasel, Ox [Montana's allies]
Others: Nightwind, Nancy Stokes [Luke's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagebrush, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#1; Mighty Marvel Western#29; Rawhide Kid#137; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Rawhide tries to keep a low profile by avoiding fights in Sagebrush, even when Luke keeps trying to provoke him. However, when Montana Joe menaces Nancy, Rawhide reveals his identity but quickly defeating Joe's gang, then roughing up Luke for good measure; he returns to wandering through the west.

Title: "The Origin of the Rawhide Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Spade and Hawk Brown
Others: Ben Bart
Genre: Western
Setting: Rawhide, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#32; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Western Legends#1
Synopsis: Retelling of Rawhide Kid's origin.

Title: "They Called Him Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Slim [deputy]
Villains: Slade and Hulk [outlaws]
Others: Tom and his wife [Slim's parents]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#123; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Western Legends#1
Synopsis: Slade and Hulk invite Slim to join their gang and rob Tom's house, but Slim is really a deputy out to capture them, which he does.

Twenty-Four

"Showdown in Silver City"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
"The Man Without a Gun"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1
"Gunman's Gamble"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1

Twenty-Five

Title: "The Bat Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Bat [Harper, bank president, masked robber, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Seth Wilson [lover of Harper's daughter], Harper's wife and daughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#27; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Strange Westerns Starring the Black Rider#1
Synopsis: When the Kid comes to town, folk assume he's the notorious Bat; it turns out to be the town's bank president, trying to cover up money losses; he falls off a cliff while escaping the Kid, but the Kid asks Seth to keep Harper's secret for his family's sake.

Title: "The Twister!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Apaches
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#35; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1
Synopsis: Rawhide defends settlers in wagons from an attack by Apaches; he remains behind to buy the settlers time as they flee when a twister springs up, scattering the Apache forces; the Kid rides off alone.

Title: "Those Who Live by the Gun"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Blackie and two allies
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#33; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt and Arizona Girl#1
Synopsis: As he sleeps, Rawhide is attacked by Blackie and his friends, who want to collect the reward on the Kid's head; however, the Kid defeats the trio and rides away.

Title: "The Man Who Robbed the Express!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Silent Jefferson [train detective]
Villains: Brett Brown [train robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.1; Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt and Arizona Girl#1
Synopsis: Brown tries to rob a train, knowing a detective is aboard; he enlists a rough-looking man to help cover the fancy-dressed man he thinks is the detective, but it turns out the rough man is the detective and he arrests Brown.

Twenty-Six (February, 1962)

Title: "Shoot-Out in Scragg's Saloon!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Spade and a second gunman
Others: Old Ben [janitor, believes Rawhide Kid is his son, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#2; Mighty Marvel Western#39; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Old Ben is always talking about a long-lost son; when Rawhide defends him from a bully, Ben insists the Kid is his son. Spade and his friend try to kill Rawhide to collect his reward, but Ben sees them and takes a bullet for the Kid; the Kid defeats the gunmen and takes Ben to a doctor, comforting the old man as he dies. The doctor reveals Ben never had a son - it was all a delusion.

Title: "The Bullet-Proof Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Bullet-Proof Man [Cack Clugg, pickpocket]
Others: Mary Jones [civilian], Mr. Jones [Mary's father], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#28; Marvel Westerns: Strange Westerns Starring the Black Rider#1; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: The Bullet-Proof is seemingly what his name suggests, but the Kid ends his reign of terror by revealing he's a pickpocket who stole men's bullets before challenging them to a fight.

Title: "Trapped by the Bounty Hunter"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Grimm gang
Others: Nightwind, a bounty hunter
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#25; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: A bounty hunter captures the Kid, but when they're ambushed by the Grimm gang, the gang ask the Kid to join them; he pretends long enough to set the bounty hunter free and the two men defeat the gang; the bounty hunter decides to let the Kid go free.
"Strong-Man"
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#134; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2

Twenty-Seven (April, 1962)

Title: "When Six-Guns Roar!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Hog Hogan [Bar-M foreman], the Bolton Gang
Others: Nightwind, "Peaceable" Morgan [Bar-M owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Bar-M Ranch
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#84; Mighty Marvel Western#42; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Rawhide goes to work at the Bar-M, but has to put away his guns; when the Bolton Gang raid the ranch, aided by Hogan, but the Kid outfights the gang, reclaims his guns and leads the ranch hands in defeating the Boltons; realizing he can't give up his guns, the Kid moves on.
"The Girl, the Gunman and the Apaches"
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#84; Rawhide Kid#134; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2
"The Man Who Caught the Kid"
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#84; Rawhide Kid#134; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2

Title: "The Fury of Bull Barker!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Bull Barker [rancher, tough guy]
Villains: Frank Hilton
Others: Nancy Carter [Bull's lady love], Nancy's parents
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#154; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Bull loves Nancy, but she thinks he's too rough. Frank romances Nancy for a time, but when Bull objects, Frank shoots him; surviving his wound, Bull beats up Frank; Nancy is impressed at Bull's determination and disappointed in Frank for shooting him; she marries Bull.

Twenty-Eight (January, 1962)

Title: "The Guns of Jasker Jelko!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Jasper Jelko [carnival marksman]
Others: Slim [sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#41; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: The Kid winds up in a town full of lawmen; Jasper challenges the Kid to a marksman contest, but the Kid refuses to keep a low profile. When Jelko's boss fires him he robs the carnival, but the Kid catches him; the lawmen don't recognize Rawhide Kid as he leaves.

Title: "When a Gunslinger Gets Mad!"
Story:
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Duke and other tough guys
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#40; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: When the Kid orders milk in a bar it causes a riot amongst the other patrons; the Kid drives out the trouble-makers and the bartender declares he'll only serve milk from now on.

Title: "Doom in the Desert!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Luke Gorby [thief, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Mrs. Grey [widow], Luke's sister
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#6; Mighty Marvel Western#44; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: The Kid is caught in the desert without water when Luke robs him of his money; Luke's sister finds the Kid and saves him so the Kid promises to let Luke live rather than kill him; however, Luke fears for his life and flees back into the desert without water; caught in a sandstorm, Luke perishes as the Kid is unable to locate him.

Title: "The Silent Gunman"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: An unnamed gambler
Villains: Yukon Hooper [gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Ringo Kid#12; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2
Synopsis: Yukon Hooper tries to intimidate a stranger in a bar, but the man is unfazed by him and his threats and finally scares Hooper off-- then reveals he's only a gambler and was bluffing the entire time.

Twenty-Nine

Title: "Yak Yancy, the Man Who Tried a Town"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Villains: Yak Yancy, Bull [Yak's subordinate]
Others: Colonel Carter [Cavalry officer], US Cavalry
Genre: Western
Setting: Sleepy Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid; Rawhide Kid Special#1; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Yak is always belittling Bull; together, they take over Sleepy Gap, but Bull tires of Yak's treatment and summons the Cavalry to drive him out.

Title: "The Little Man Laughs Last!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Black Barker and his gang [stage robbers]
Others: Crusher, Moose [strongmen], Nightwind, a woman
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Abilene
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#34; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Rawhide catches a ride on a stagecoach; when Black Barker robs the stage, Rawhide defeats the gang; a woman riding the stage gives the Kid a kiss, causing him to ride away quickly.

Title: "The Fallen Hero!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains:
Others: Cal Carlson [farmer], Davey Carlson [Cal's son], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#37; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: The Kid meets the Carlsons and Davey is fascinated by him; Rawhide behaves like a low character to build up Davey's father so Davey won't become an outlaw like the Kid.

Title: "The Trail of Apache Joe!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Apache Joe [gunfighter] and his gang
Others: Sheriff Knox [aged lawman, dies], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid Special#1; Mighty Marvel Western#36; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Apache Joe picks a fight with the Kid when he sees him drinking milk in a saloon, but the Kid drives him out of town. Knox arrests the Kid, but then offers a pardon if he'll bring in Apache Joe; the Kid succeeds, but by the time he returns, Knox has died and the new sheriff doesn't honour the agreement; the Kid goes back on the run.

Thirty

Title: "Showdown with the Crow Magnum Gang!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Crow Magnum [one-eyed bandit] and his cattle rustlers
Others: Nightwind, John [rancher] and his family
Genre: Western
Setting: Box Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14; Mighty Marvel Western#43; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: The Kid sees John's cattle have been stolen and John assumes Rawhide was part of Crow Magnum's gang. The Kid pursues Crow Magnum, halts the cattle in Box Canyon and then defeats the entire gang and force them to return the cattle to John.

Title: "Riot in Railtown!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Various barflies
Others: Iron John McGraw [sheriff], Mrs. Crawfish [Ladies Cookie Society], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Railtown
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14; Mighty Marvel Western#45; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2
Synopsis: The Kid rides into Railtown looking for a peaceful drink, but is unwillingly dragged into a bar fight. McGraw breaks up the others, who blame the Kid for starting it. When McGraw tells the Kid there's a delegation from the Ladies Cookie Society outside, the Kid realizes he can't stand up against angry housewives and rides out of town. McGraw gets a cookie for his good work.

Title: "When the Kid Went Wild!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Spade Desmond [hypnotist]
Others: Charlie [bartender], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14; Rawhide Kid#134; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Spade uses his bejeweled cane to hypnotize people and makes Rawhide Kid his enforcer, but when Desmond orders the Kid to kill the sheriff, the Kid refuses and defeats Desmond, unable to perform a task under hypnosis which he would have refused on his own.
"This is a Gun"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2

Thirty-One (December, 1962)

Title: "Trapped by Dead-Eye Dawson!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains:
Others: Dead-Eye Dawson [bounty hunter], Nightwind, Peter Dawson [Dead-Eye's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rustler's Gulch, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#26; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Dead-Eye pursues Rawhide until the Kid has just one bullet left; the Kid uses it to shoot a rattlesnake, saving Peter; Dead-Eye decides to let the Kid go free.

Title: "Shoot-Out with Rock Rorick!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Rock Rorick [land grabber] and his men [Clem, Blackie]
Others: Jess [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#6; Rawhide Kid#141; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Rorick has been buying up people's properties, forcing them off their lands through violence or drying up streams; Rawhide tries to stay uninvolved, but takes side with the victims when he sees Rorick's men bullying them; blasting his way into Rorick's ranch, Rawhide forces Rorick to sign his properties over to him, then gifts the land back to the original owners.

Title: "Return of the Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Syd Shores
Others: Tom [child], Fargo [Tom's older brother, outlaw, dies], Tom's father
Genre: Western
Setting: Coyote Vista, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14; Kid Colt, Outlaw#128; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Tom admires Fargo for being an outlaw, but Fargo comes home mortally wounded; he cautions Tom against being like him, then dies.
"No Law in Lost Mesa"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2

Thirty-Two

Title: "Beware of the Barker Brothers!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Blade Barker, Big Ben Barker [cheating rancher brothers], Apaches
Others: Nightwind, Sheriff Barker [cousin of Barker brothers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Barkersville, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#2; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid goes to work for the Barkers but finds they force employees into servitude by drumming up phony expenses against them; the Barkers are also gun running to the Apaches, but the same Apaches raid the Barker ranch for more supplies and Rawhide has to save the Barkers, then delivers them to the law.

Title: "The Judge!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Harper Bates [gun-wielding judge]
Villains: Outlaws
Genre: Western
Setting: Tornado, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#124; Rawhide Kid#58; Tex Dawson, Gunslinger#2; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Tornado is polluted with outlaws but Bates brings his guns to the courtroom and forces order upon the town.
"No Guns for a Gunman"
Reprinted In: Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2

Thirty-Three

Title: "The Gunfighter and the Girl!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Others: Nightwind, Tom Carson [Marybelle's boyfriend], Marybelle Harte [falls in love with Rawhide Kid], Mr. Harte [Marybelle's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#24; Rawhide Kid#140; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: When the Kid receives aid from the Hartes, he winds up in love with Marybelle and considers marrying her, but realizes how difficult it would be for her and sees how Tom loves her; the Kid pretends to be a base character, lets Tom beat him in a fight and then departs.

Title: "The Guns of Jesse James!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Jesse James and his gang
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Badlands, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#139; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: After being shot by a stagecoach guard whom he was trying to save from robbers, Rawhide has enough of his solo career and decides to join Jesse James' gang. Jesse agrees not to harm people and to share their loot with the needy, but Jesse breaks this promise on their first venture together; Rawhide quickly defeats Jesse and chases him off, then goes back to travelling alone, unaware he could have received a pardon for stopping Jesse.

Title: "There's a Shoot-out Comin'!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sol Brodsky
Heroes: Jeb Rand [amnesiac sheriff]
Villains: Rebel Rand [former Confederate turned outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#1; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2
Synopsis: Reb rides into town to have his revenge on Northerners, who he blames for his brother's death in the war; however, the amnesiac sheriff of the town turns out to be his long-lost brother and the two are happily reunited.

Thirty-Four

Title: "Prisoner of the Apaches!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Others: Nightwind, Ebenezer and Martha [settlers], Tall Bear [son of Thunder Cloud], Thunder Cloud [Apache chief]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West, Apache territory
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#22; Rawhide Kid#140; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Rawhide accompanies Ebenezer and Martha, but Ebenezer shoots Tall Bear when he sees him nearby; this causes the Apaches to attack the settlers, but Rawhide claims he shot Tall Bear; the Apaches take Rawhide prisoner, but ultimately set him free when Tall Bear recovers.

Title: "Faces the Deadly Draw of Mister Lightning!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Mr. Lightning [cricus juggler, becomes gunman]
Others: Nightwind, Silent Bear [Native, friend of Rawhide Kid]
Genre: Western
Setting: Paso Flats County; Red Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#141; Mighty Marvel Western#21; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Unsatisfied by his juggling, Mr. Lightning turns to gunplay and becomes an amazingly fast draw; he challenges Rawhide Kid to a gunfight and outdraws him; emboldened, Mr. Lightning goes on a rampage until Rawhide challenges him again; Mr. Lightning outdraws the Kid a second time, but misses; Rawhide forces him to beg for mercy, destroying his reputation as a gunfighter.

Title: "Man of the West"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Mark Morgan [settler]
Villains: Natives, cattle rustlers
Others: Nancy Morgan [Mark's wife], Tim Morgan [Mark's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Falls, Nevada, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#75; Two-Gun Kid#95; Rawhide Kid#109; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Mark builds a ranch, takes a wife, fends off Natives, loses one son, fights rustlers and stops a flood; but in his old age decides to settle somewhere else - he needs new challenges.
Notes: Retold from "A Man with a Gun" from Frontier Western#5.

Thirty-Five

Title: "The Birth of a Legend!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Crusher Cragg [town bully]
Others: Caleb [civilian], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#142; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: While Rawhide quietly eats dinner, men nearby discuss the legendary Rawhide Kid, each greatly embellishing his appearance and prowess with guns. When Crusher starts a fight, Rawhide beats him, reveals his true identity and departs; afterward, the men still insist their imagined versions of the Rawhide Kid are true.

Title: "The Raven Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Davis
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Raven [Thorn Trask, costumed outlaw, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Nora Trask [Raven's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Red Rock, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#125; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: After a fight with the Raven, Rawhide Kid is knocked out and arrested by the sheriff of Red Rock. However, the Kid convinces the sheriff to let him go so he can capture the Raven. In Red Rock, Rawhide meets Nora and Nora begins to fall in love with the Kid, but Thorn is against the relationship and riles up the town against Rawhide Kid. Finally, Raven ambushes the Kid at night and they fight in a mine shaft; the mine collapses and Raven is killed. Discovering Raven is Thorn Trask, Rawhide tells the sheriff to inform Nora he was the Raven, preserving her brother's status.

Title: "The Sheriff's Star"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Doc Holliday
Villains: Jooks Brothers [Clem]
Genre: Western
Setting: Timberlane, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#49; Western Gunfighters#24; Rawhide Kid#125; Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol.2
Synopsis: Timberlane has no sheriff to control the wild Jooks Brothers, who rob Holliday; Holliday trains himself to use a gun and then brings the Jooks' to justice himself.
Notes: Retold from "the Silver Star!" in Gunsmoke Western#33.

Thirty-Six (October, 1963)

Title: "The Prisoner of Outlaw Town!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Honest John Wilkes [judge], Handlebar Henry [mayor], Cal [sheriff] and other outlaws
Others: Nightwind, Pop Clanton [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wade Township, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#1; Rawhide Kid#123
Synopsis: Rawhide discovers Wade Township has been completely taken over by outlaws; he brings in outsiders to bring the lawbreakers to justice and a US marshal helps ensure the outlaws will be tried in a real court.

Title: "Bare Knuckles in Boonville!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: "Gentleman Jim" Corbett [heavyweight champion of the world]
Villains: A gang of tough guys
Genre: Western
Setting: A western town
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#51
Synopsis: Corbett is roughed up by tough guys who make fun of him for not carrying a gun. He defeats all of them unarmed, as he is the heavyweight champion of the world.
Notes: Retold from "the Tenderfoot" in Wild Western#50.
"Afraid to Shoot"

Thirty-Seven

Title: "The Mob Strikes!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: A Sheriff
Villains: An angry mob
Others: Ned Baker [murder suspect]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed frontier town
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw125; Two-Gun Kid#113
Synopsis: A mob forms when the sheriff arrests Baker for suspicion and they try to break in and kill him, but the victim's wife reveals her husband died cleaning his gun.
"The Rattler Strikes"

Thirty-Eight

Title: "Revenge of the Red Raven!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Red Raven [robber, obtains gliding wings]
Others: Nightwind, a Navajo medicine man, the medicine man's son, Sam [prison guard]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid captures a gang of bank robbers which includes Red Raven; in prison, Raven meets a medicine man who gives him wings which allow him to fly; Raven escapes prison and goes after Rawhide for revenge, wounding him. The Kid is found by the medicine man's son who treats Rawhide's wounds and gives him another pair of wings; thus equipped, Rawhide faces Red Raven in the skies and bests him; the wings are brought back to the son, who burns them; Red Raven goes back to prison.
Notes: Red Raven returns in West Coast Avengers#18.

Title: "This is a Stickup!"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: A young bank teller
Villains: Three bank robbers
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Gunhawks#3
Synopsis: Three robbers assume the meek-looking unarmed new bank teller will be easily bested, but the young man defeats all three.

Thirty-Nine

Title: "The Ape Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Ape [trained gorilla], Dr. Karlbad [mad scientist]
Others: Nightwind, Virginia Karlbad [scientist's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#107
Synopsis: Dr. Karlbad tries to transfer Rawhide Kid's brain into a gorilla, but the Kid escapes him; subsequently, the gorilla goes on a crime spree, even wielding firearms; the Kid hears Karlbad inside a cave, but when he rushes it, only the Ape emerges; the Kid fears Karlbad transferred his own mind into the gorilla and returns the Ape to Karlbad's daughter; however, Karlbad remains at large, having escaped out the back of the cavern.

Title: "The Frightened Man"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: A frightened man [former Texas Ranger]
Villains: Durango [tough guy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#83
Synopsis: Durango shows off by threatening a frightened-looking man, challenging him to a duel; however, the frightened man wins - his only fear was that he might kill Durango, something he promised he'd avoid after leaving the Texas Rangers.

Forty

Title: "The Rawhide Kid Meets the Two-Gun Kid"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Grizzly [Ace Fester]
Others: Nightwind, Thunder, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Texas
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#121
Synopsis: The Rawhide Kid is accused of training a grizzly bear to rob the pony express and is defended in Tombstone by Matt Hawk; the Grizzly turns out to be Ace Fester in disguise and he is unmasked by the Rawhide Kid and Two-Gun Kid.

Title: "The Fastest Draw!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Larch Morgan [20 year old would-be gunfighter]
Others: Ben [ranch hand], Steve Foster [Larch's friend, foreman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#25; Two-Gun Kid#85; Wyatt Earp#33
Synopsis: Larch trains to be the best possible gunfighter, but when he heads into town to start his reputation, he learns the laws have changed and he can't carry a gun anymore; he goes to jail for a month and wonders what he'll do if he can't use his gun.

Forty-One (August, 1964)

Title: "The Tyrant of Tombstone Territory"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Keller, Paul Reinman
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Keno Barkerton [friend of Red Raven, "King" of Tombstone Valley]
Others: Nightwind, Mrs. Binns [Hank's wife], Hank Binns [prisoner of Barkerton], Natives
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone Flats, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#111
Synopsis: Keno wants revenge on Rawhide Kid for capturing his friend Red Raven. The Kid flees into Tombstone Flats where he learns men have disappeared in nearby Tombstone Valley, so he promises to help find them. In the Valley, the Kid is captured by Keno's men; Keno has a massive fortress and wears a crown, calling himself king. He reveals how he discovered a fortune in gold and drove out the local Natives to claim it for himself; the missing men are being used as labourers in Keno's gold mine. The Kid is sent to the mines but raises up an army from the labourers and they flood the mines, forcing Keno to retreat, right into the arms of the Natives he'd driven out.

Title: "The Winner!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Frank Dawson [lonely gunfighter]
Villains: Rafe Collins [young gunman]
Others: Billy [child], Ben [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#59
Synopsis: Frank is tired of being feared by others; when Rafe challenges him he purposefully loses, taking a wound in his arm. Frank can finally interact with normal people while Rafe is feared by others.

Forty-Two (October, 1964)

Title: "Gunfight with Yerby's Yahoos!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Rawhide Kid [serves as deputy marshal in this story]
Villains: Apaches [Screaming Wolf], Yerby's Yahoos [Frank Yerby]
Others: Matt [civilian], Nightwind, a marshal, a posse
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#124
Synopsis: Fleeing from a posse, Rawhide is attacked by Screaming Wolf and struck in the head; Rawhide defeats Screaming Wolf and leaves the posse behind; in another town, the locals ask Rawhide to be their deputy marshal against Yerby's Yahoos; Rawhide agrees, but is suffering vision problems from his earlier concussion. Yerby learns of Rawhide's trouble and challenges him to a gunfight, but the Kid follows Yerby's voice and hits him; when the new marshal comes to town, Rawhide departs.

Title: "The Tall Man"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Shorty Dancer [tall man, US marshal]
Villains: Lance Morgan and his gang [Lewt, stage robbers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Lance and his gang have heard of Shorty, but never seen him; they invite Shorty to join them in a stage robbery, not realizing the tall man's nickname is ironic; Shorty easily defeats the robbers.

Forty-Three (December, 1964)

"Where the Outlaws Ride"
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#122
"The Gunfighter They Called Brass Buttons"
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#122

Forty-Four (February, 1965)

Title: "The Masked Maverick!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Masked Maverick [Mr. Mason, cattle rustler, feigns paralysis, wears black mask and cape, father of Wade and Lint, dies]
Others: Nightwind, a posse [Ben], Sam [bartender], Wade Mason [scholarly young man], Lint Mason [wild young gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West USA; Mexico
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#5; Rawhide Kid#117
Synopsis: The Kid is ambushed and knocked out by Masked Maverick who plants evidence to make a posse assume the Kid is really the Maverick. The Kid is arrested, but when the Masked Maverick commits another cattle rustling, the Kid is released. The Kid pursues the Maverick to the Mason ranch and realizes someone in the Mason family is the thief; it turns out to be hte seemingly-paralyzed father, who was covering up for money losses; fighting the Kid in a cave, the Maverick is hit by one of his own ricocheting bullets and dies.

Title: "When the Gunmen Come!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Annie Oakley
Villains: Ox Dawson and his two men
Others: Frank [farmer, Annie's lover]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old west
Synopsis: Ox and his gang try to take over Frank's farm as a hiding place but don't realize Frank's beloved is the infamous Annie Oakley; Annie easily defeats the three outlaws.

Forty-Five (April, 1965)

"Gunman's Quest"
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#143
"The Gunslinger"

Forty-Six (June, 1965)

"The Deadly Doc Holliday!"
"The Warning"

Forty-Seven

Title: "The River Boat Raiders!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Luther Cragg [last in #45, now Sequoia Star river boat's captain] and his gang [Pete], Gabbo the Great [ventriloquist]
Others: Nightwind, Spot [dog], Hugo [midget, poses as Gabbo's dummy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mississippi River, Montana, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#4; Rawhide Kid#116
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid is accused of aiding bank robbers and jailed, but the robbers break him out so he can join their gang; they lead the Kid with them to Luther Cragg's boat, Sequoia Star, but Cragg remembers the Kid and has him locked up below deck. Aboard the boat, Gabbo entertains passengers while Hugo robs their cabins at night, but Hugo hates being forced into crime. Cragg also uses the boat as an escape means for his gang when they pause long enough for his men to rob towns, then return. However, the Kid escapes his cell and Hugo helps him defeat Cragg and his gang. The Kid trains Hugo to be a gunfighter for months, then Hugo begins a new career as an exhibition sharpshooter.
Notes: Hugo and Gabbo return in Marvel Westerns: Two-Gun Kid#1.
"They Called Him Coward"

Forty-Eight (October, 1965)

Title: "Meets... the Bounty Hunter!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Marko the Manhunter [bounty hunter], Lewt and Frank Kane [outlaw brothers, captured by Marko]
Others: Boar Benson [railroad worker], April [daughter of railroad owner], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Wishbone Flats, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#126
Synopsis: Marko captures the Kane brothers then begins hunting the Rawhide Kid. Rawhide is working on a railroad, fending off Boar's tough guy routine and receiving the attentions of April, but Marko drives the Kid away; the Kid runs into traps Marko set for him, including a giant mirror and snare; a blow to the head takes away the Kid's memory as he escapes Marko, but another blow from Nightwind restores the Kid's faculties in time for him to wound Marko in the arm, forcing him to abandon his hunt for the Kid.

Title: "Incident at Pecos Pass"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Sol Brodsky, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Wild Bill Hickok
Villains: Black Bart Barret and his gang [bank robbers]
Others: Ma and Pa Carson [ranchers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Pecos Pass, USA
Synopsis: Barret and his gang try to hide at the Carsons' ranch, but their ranch hand "William" is really Wild Bill Hickok and he defeats the gang.

Forty-Nine

Title: "The Menacing Masquerader!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Masquerader [disguise expert, hired gun], Fats Larson [Masquerader's employer, greedy land-owner, dies]
Others: Packrat Pete [old friend of Johnny Bart's from Rawhide, miner], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed frontier town
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#119
Synopsis: Larson hires the Masquerader to frighten property owners into selling over to him; when Packrat Pete is shot, the Rawhide Kid gets involved and tries to trap him, but the Masquerader evades capture; when they meet again, the Masquerader accidentally kills Larson himself.
Notes: Continued in next issue.
"The Sheriff's Star" from Rawhide Kid#35

Fifty

Title: "The Menacing Masquerader Strikes Again!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt
Villains: The Masquerader [dies]
Others: Nightwind, Steel, Joe Clay [Rawhide Kid's brother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Willow Flats; Ashton
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#7; Rawhide Kid#120
Synopsis: The Masquerader disguises himself as Kid Colt and shoots the Rawhide Kid's brother; the Rawhide Kid fights Kid Colt, but realizes his mistake and the two hunt the Masquerader together, who finally falls off a cliff trying to escape them.
Notes: Continued from last issue.
"Too Frightened to Fight" from Two-Gun Kid#65

Fifty-One (April, 1966)

Title: "Trapped in the Valley of Doom!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: A guide [impersonates Quatzoma] Xotoc [Aztec schemer]
Others: Nightwind, Anne, Anne's father [archaeologist], Aztec warriors, Itzamu [Aztec chief], Konnu [giant Aztec]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mexico
Synopsis: Rawhide helps Anne rescue her father from temple of surviving Aztec's. Anne's guide collaborates with Xotoc and masquerades as Quatzoma, using his gun to fool the Aztecs. Rawhide beats the guide with his own guns and the Aztecs allow him, Anne and her father to depart.
"Bare Knuckles in Boonville" from Rawhide Kid#36

Fifty-Two (June, 1966)

Title: "Revenge at Rustler's Roost!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Ruby Carter [dies] and her gang [cattle rustlers], Duke Jordan [Ruby's boyfriend, dies]
Others: Frank Logan [rancher], Mrs. Logan [Frank's wife], Nightwind, a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Sunset Falls, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#8
Synopsis: After rustlers nearly kill Rawhide's temporary employer Frank Logan, Rawhide plans with the sheriff to infiltrate the rustlers by staging a mock robbery and pursuit; sure enough, Rawhide encounters the rustlers and comes back to their base, where he finds their mastermind is Ruby; Ruby is attracted to Rawhide, much to Duke's chagrin. Rawhide joins the rustlers in a robbery, but the sheriff's attempt to ambush them fails when Duke uses a smoke bomb. Rawhide goes back to the gang's base and confronts them, but during their scuffle Ruby takes a bullet for the Kid; Rawhide kills Duke and Ruby dies in Rawhide's arms.
"Yak Yancy, the Man Who Tried a Town" from Rawhide Kid#29

Fifty-Three

Title: "Guns of the Wild North!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Acrobat [Joe Clanton, logger, gymnast]
Others: Nightwind, bounty hunters, Sgt. Jonah [Mounted Police]
Genre: Western
Setting: Boissevale, Canada
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#118
Synopsis: The Rawhide Kid flees to Canada and joins a logging team; one of them is the robber called the Acrobat and the Kid captures him.
"The Schoolmarm Was a Gent" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#111

Fifty-Four

Title: "The Last Showdown!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Wes [tough guy], Monk Dawson and his gang
Others: Nightwind, Linda Bartlett [young woman], Ben [sheriff, Linda's uncle]
Genre: Western
Setting: Serenity Falls, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#9
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid rescues Linda from some men bothering her as she travels to Serenity Falls; the Kid follows her there but her uncle arrests him. When Monk comes to town for revenge on the sheriff, Linda sets the Kid free to save her uncle; after the Kid defeats Monk and his gang, the sheriff lets the Kid go free; Linda kisses him farewell.

Title: "The Passenger!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Don Heck, Willie See
Heroes: Bat Masterson
Villains: Corrigan Gang [horse thieves]
Others: Mike Fink [dock worker]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West, Mississippi River, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#10
Synopsis: The Corrigan Gang attempt to steal horses but are thwarted by the seemingly-innocuous river boat passenger who proves to be Bat Masterson.

Fifty-Five (September, 1966)

Title: "The Plunderers!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Gregory Kane [rancher, enemy of the Owens family, dies] and his men
Others: Lester Owens [rancher], Tim Owens [Lester's son], Cathy Owens [Lester's daughter], Frank [civilian], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#10
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid is caught by the Owens family while asleep and sent to jail; however, the sheriff finds out there's no warrant for the Kid in his county and sets him loose. Kane tries to rile up the town against the Kid to distract his attempt to conquer the Owens ranch at gunpoint but the Kid defends the Owens family. Kane unleashes his pet puma against the Kid, but the puma ultimately kills Kane.
"With Gun in Hand" from Rawhide Kid#17

Fifty-Six

Title: "Fall of a Hero!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Crusher Grimes [tough guy], Peacemaker [Bret Adams, poses as tough character], Charlie Burke [ranch hand], Drago Gang
Others: Mr. Harrison [ranch owner], Laura Harrison [rancher's daughter, in love with Peacemaker], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#80; Rawhide Kid#128
Synopsis: Rawhide is working at Harrison's ranch when Peacemaker comes to the territory and begins romancing Laura; Harrison suspects Peacemaker stages fights to appear tougher than he is. Peacemaker tries to kill Harrison to keep him from changing his will, but Rawhide saves Harrison; Peacemaker claims Rawhide was trying to kill Harrison and then sends the Drago Gang after him. However, Rawhide defeats the Drago Gang then faces Peacemaker in a public showdown where he easily bests Peacemaker and forces him to admit his crimes.

Title: "Reno's Revenge!"
Story: Denny O'Neil
Art: Al Ulmer
Heroes: Reno Branden [man seeking vengeance]
Villains: Laramie Kid [former gunfighter, now old man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Brimstone, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#80
Synopsis: Reno spends years seeking Laramie Kid, the man who killed his father; when he finally catches up, Laramie Kid is an old janitor; Reno decides to let him live.

Fifty-Seven

Title: "When the Scorpion Strikes"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Scorpion [Jim Evans, costumed outlaw, former chemist, gun fires paralysis pellets]
Others: Nightwind, Sarah [Jim's former lover], Matt Cody [gunman, Sarah's fiance]
Genre: Western
Setting: Dustville, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#129
Synopsis: Scorpion robs a stage as Rawhide intervenes, but Scorpion's paralysis pellets immobilize the Kid, enabling his escape; Scorpion works in an apothecary and uses chemicals to create his potion, seeking revenge on his town for jeering at him when Matt took Saray away from him; Rawhide tracks down Scorpion to Dustville and surmises his true identity, eventually stunning him with his own gun; Rawhide turns Scorpion over to the law.
Notes: Scorpion returns as Sting-Ray in Ghost Rider#4.
"The Man Called Kleeg" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#105

Fifty-Eight

Title: "When a Gunfighter Faces... the Enforcers"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Larry Lieber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Butler Benson [land robber, dies], Enforcers [Jed, Benson's allies], Patch Cooley [one-eyed gunfighter, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Grey Wolf [Comanche warrior], Thunder-Cloud [insolent Comanche], Comanches
Genre: Western
Setting: Buzzard's Roost, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#11; Rawhide Kid#130
Synopsis: Benson is after Comanche land and has cut off their water to force them out; Grey Wolf resists Benson and Rawhide Kid takes Grey Wolf's side, helping him escape the Enforcers. Thunder-Cloud wants to wage war with white men, but Rawhide assures the Comanches he can stop Benson himself; Benson hires Patch Cooley to assist him, but Rawhide kills Patch in a gunfight, then Benson when Benson tries to ambush him. The Comanches are grateful to Rawhide Kid.
"The Judge" from Rawhide Kid#32

Fifty-Nine (August, 1967)

Title: "A Man Called Drako!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Drako [mine owner] and his men [Jem, Willie]
Others: Nightwind, Sam [mine labourer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#82
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid goes to work at Drako's mine but Drako turns out to operate like a tyrant, punishing his workers for resisting orders and refusing to let them leave. Rawhide helps lead the other workers against Drako and his men and Drako seemingly dies when Rawhide destroys a suspension bridge, causing him to fall into a ravine.
Notes: Drako returns in Rawhide Kid#62.
"The Winner!" from Rawhide Kid#41

Sixty (October, 1967)

Title: "Massacre at Medicine Bend!"
Story: Gary Freidrich, Dennis O'Neil
Art: Dick Ayers, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Crazy Bear [Sioux], Laplante [renegade gun supplier, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Bald Eagle [Sioux chief], General George Armstrong Custer
Genre: Nightwind
Setting: June 19, 1876; Medicine Bend, South Dakota
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#131; Mighty Marvel Western#15
Synopsis: Bald Eagle sends the Rawhide Kid to meet with General Custer in the hope of making peace; Custer agrees to a meeting, but renegade Sioux led by Crazy Bear and the white man Laplante attack them; Custer believes the Rawhide Kid and Bald Eagle tricked him and vows to destroy the Sioux.
"The Bronc Buster!" from Two-Gun Kid#63

Sixty-One (December, 1967)

Title: "Shotgun to Deadwood!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Black Jack Simpson [enemy of Calamity Jane], Cherokee
Others: Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, a reverend, reverend's daughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Deadwood, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#93; Rawhide Kid#132; Rawhide Kid#145
Synopsis: Rawhide helps defend a stagecoach being drawn by Calamity Jane; a reverend's daughter riding on the stagecoach is attracted to the Kid. Black Jack wants to kill Jane and hires Cherokee to aid him in capturing the coach. Rawhide escapes the Cherokee and joins with Wild Bill Hicock in rescuing Jane and the others. The reverend's daughter wants Rawhide to settle down with her, but he knows his past will catch up with him eventually.

Title: "Blood is Thicker...!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Tom Sutton
Heroes: Morgan Earp, Wyatt Earp
Villains: Cal Clemens, Ace [gunmen]
Others: Zeb, Jake [civilians]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#93
Synopsis: Cal's brother was killed by Morgan during a bank robbery and Cal demands satisfaction. Morgan summons his brother Wyatt to face Cal and even the score; Wyatt easily bests Cal and his friend Ace.

Sixty-Two (February, 1968)

Title: "Gun Town!"
Story: Denny O'Neil
Art: Paul Reinman, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Bart Brawley [thief], Duke Miller [town boss]
Others: Nightwind, Duke's daughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Los Conchos, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#133
Synopsis: Bart steals Nightwind and rides to Los Conchos; Rawhide pursues, but Duke forces him to pay a toll and takes away Rawhide's guns; with help from Duke's daughter, Rawhide faces down Bart and Duke, reclaiming his guns and Nightwind.

Title: "The Return of Drako!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil, Gary Friedrich
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Drako [from #59]
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Drako's Mine
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#133
Synopsis: Drako saves himself from falling off a cliff; months later, Rawhide returns to Drako's mine, hoping to find work. Drako tries to kill Rawhide but Rawhide defeats him and turns him over to the law.

Title: "Siege at Silver Creek!"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Mace Elliot [miner], Flaming Arrow [Native scout]
Villains: El Grande [honourable bandit leader] and his men
Genre: Western
Setting: Southern Arizona, USA
Synopsis: El Grande lays siege to a silver mine and challenges the defenders to send a champion to face him in a fair fight; Mace answers the challenge while Flaming Arrow shoots El Grande's men who try to snipe Mace. Ultimately, Mace defeats El Grande and he departs, true to his word.

Sixty-Three (April, 1968)

Title: "Shoot-Out at Mesa City!"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Larry Leiber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Gila Johnson [wrestler] and his gang [gold robbers]
Others: The sheriff of Mesa City, Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Mesa City; Hungry-Horse Mesa
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#104
Synopsis: The Kid is approached by Gila, who wants him to join his gang; the Kid refuses, but can't get the local sheriff to trust him; the Kid aids the sheriff anyway and defeats Gila using judo.

Title: "The Gun That Couldn't Lose!"
Story: Larry Leiber
Art: Larry Leiber, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Cheeno Yates [gunman], his partner [wields a watch containing a magnet]
Others: Nightwind, Clay Cooper [local gunman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#104
Synopsis: The Kid is challenged by Yates to a draw, which his partner solicits wagers for; the Kid loses because the partner uses a magnet to freeze his gun's trigger; after learning Yates' secret, the Kid challenges him again, after knocking the partner out. Yates is defeated and his scam is revealed to the locals.
"Dakota Dixon, the Badman!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#105

Sixty-Four (June, 1968)

Title: "Duel of the Desperadoes!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Rafe, Moose [gunmen], Zamora [one-eyed Mexican bandit, dies] and his gang [bandits]
Others: Maria [Mexican woman], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Mexico
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#142
Synopsis: Rawhide agrees to help a Mexican village from being plundered by Zamora; although Zamora holds Maria hostage to force Rawhide to drop his guns, Maria later returns Rawhide's guns to him and he finishes off Zamora's gang; refusing payment from the villagers, Rawhide rides away.

Title: "The Deadly Double!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: A Kid Colt impostor
Others: Steel, Scott McCord
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#225
Synopsis: Kid Colt finds a man impersonating him and realizes it must be the outlaw who killed Scott McCord's brother. Colt defeats the impostor and leaves him for McCord, but McCord thinks Colt tried to frame the man and vows to continue his pursuit.
Notes: Story continued from Kid Colt, Outlaw#136.

Sixty-Five (August, 1968)

Title: "Ride for Vengeance!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Kiowas, Hank Slade [gunman, dies], Jake Slade [Hank's brother]
Others: Tim Tanner, Lucy Tanner [orphans, befriend Rawhide Kid], Matt Tanner [older brother, gunfighter], Dr. Barnes [physician], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: After fighting Kiowas, Rawhide finds refuge with Tim and Lucy; over time, he and Lucy fall in love. Matt, having killed Hank Slade, comes home to be mistaken for an intruder and wounded by Rawhide; when Jake comes after Matt for vengeance, Rawhide defends the Tanners and defeats the gang. Realizing Lucy would be doomed to a life of violence if she married him, Rawhide bids farewell to the Tanners and returns to the road.

Title: "Gunrunner's Trail!"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Bill Everett
Heroes: Buck Maynard [Texas Ranger]
Villains: Two gunrunners [Pete], men disguised as Natives
Others: Champ [Buck's horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Buck happens upon gunrunners disguised as a medical wagon; he uses dynamite to destroy their guns.

Sixty-Six (October, 1968)

Title: "Death of a Gunfighter!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Vance Fargo [brash gunman]
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: 1875, Eureka Flats, USA
Synopsis: Vance Fargo challenges Rawhide Kid to a duel; Rawhide lets him win rather than risk killing Fargo, but subsequently Fargo abuses his reputation in Eureka Flats; Rawhide faces Fargo a second time and defeats him; to show their gratitude, the townsfolk arrange a mock funeral for Rawhide to help throw the law off his trail.

Title: "Return of the Bad Man!"
Story: Dennis O'Neil
Art: Ogden Whitney, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Whimp Gurney, Stosh Gurney [brothers, outlaws] and their gang
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Mack Barton [Brett's father], Dr. Jake Grimm
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone; Buzzard Springs, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: After Two-Gun Kid and Sheriff Barton arrest Whimp, Stosh kidnaps Brett's father to force an exchange; however, the Kid interrupts the affair and helps the sheriff capture both Gurneys and their gang.

Title: "The Double Cross!"
Story: Bill Everett
Art: Bill Everett
Heroes: Sheriff Lex Larker [corrupt lawman]
Villains: Flint Carson and his gang [kidnappers]
Others: Sandy Adams [rancher's daughter], Mr. Adams [Sandy's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Sheriff Larker escorts Sandy to her father's ranch but is ambushed by Flint, who kidnaps Sandy. Larker arranges the ransom money as he's supposed to be helping the gang but he decides to save Sandy from Flint instead, being overcome by her beauty. After Sandy is rescued Lex offers to resign his badge but Mr. Adams insists he remain in office.

Sixty-Seven (December, 1968)

Title: "The Hostage of Hungry Hills"
Story: Larry Lieber, Roy Thomas
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Moose, Lem, Rafe [brothers, Lem impersonates Rawhide Kid]
Others: Nightwind, "Gal" [Moose, Lem and Rafe's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Oak Holler, USA
Synopsis: Moose and his brothers ambush Rawhide Kid while he's sleeping and hold him at their cabin; Lem impersonates the Kid to commit crimes, then they set him free to be killed by the posse. The Kid escapes the posse and returns to the cabin to defeat the brothers; for their sister's sake, he asks the posse to go easy on the three men.

Title: "Dixie-- or Die!!"
Story: Linda Fite
Art: Werner Roth, Herb Trimpe
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Confederate rebels, led by a colonel [die]
Others: Steel
Genre: Western
Setting: Texas hills
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#45
Synopsis: Kid Colt encounters Confederates planning to refinance the Confederacy by robbing trains. Colt helps the law end their activities, but is disillusioned by the Confederates unwillingness to listen to reason.

Sixty-Eight (February, 1969)

Title: "When Stalks the Cougar!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Sal Buscema
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Cougar [Wayde Garrison, strong and agile train robber]
Others: J.S. Garrison [Cougar's father, railroad owner], Ed Dolan [Garrison's security officer], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Western USA
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid is hired by Garrison to stop the robber Cougar, who proves to be Garrison's own son.
"Slap Leather, Lawman" from Rawhide Kid#22

Sixty-Nine (April, 1969)

Title: "And Now -- Executioner!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Executioner [Cole Yorby, legendary gunfighter, dies], Mescalero Apaches, Amos Clanton [land-hungry rancher, dies]
Others: Joe [civilian], Nightwind, Frank Logan [Lazy-B foreman], Mr. Fraser [Lazy-B owner], Matt [ranch hand]
Genre: Western
Setting: Lazy-B Ranch, USA
Synopsis: Executioner wants Rawhide to draw on him but Rawhide refuses because Executioner once saved him from Apaches. Rawhide works for Lazy-B ranch and tries to put away his guns, but has to defend ranch from Clanton's hired guns; hearing the ranch has hired Rawhide Kid, Clanton hires Executioner; Executioner faces Rawhide and Rawhide kills him and Clanton. Dying, Executioner reveals years of gunfighting gave him a death wish; all along, he'd hoped Rawhide would kill him.

Seventy (June, 1969)

Title: "The Night of the Betrayers"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Count Zamora [nobleman from Koslavia, dies], his thugs [includes "Dr. Drudd", masquerading as a tonic dealer]
Others: Nightwind, Prince Stephan [prince of Koslavia], Christina Zamora [the Count's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town
Synopsis: The Kid is captured by Zamora to impersonate Prince Stephan, his identical twin, but the Kid doesn't take orders and ends Zamora's scheme.

Seventy-One (August, 1969)

Title: "The Last Warrior!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Ace Larkin [land grabber] and his men, Red Eagle [Apache gunfighter, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Lone Cloud [Apache chief], Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Cactus Pass; Beaver Bend, USA
Synopsis: Ace Larkin tries to rile up the Apaches so they'll be killed off and he can claim their land. Rawhide Kid tries to keep the Apaches from fighting back so he can capture Larkin himself, but even after Larkin's arrest, Red Eagle continues to war against white men, using his gun skills to defeat all who oppose him. Finally, he faces Rawhide in a gunfight and dies; Rawhide returns Red Eagle's body to his people.

Seventy-Two (October, 1969)

Title: "The Menace of Mystery Valley!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Jason Cragg [woodsman, old friend of Kit Carson and Daniel Boone]
Others: Laurie and her brother [children], Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Haunted Forest; Forbidden Valley, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide wanders into Forbidden Valley where Jason Cragg lives, trying to keep his land unspoiled by other humans; Rawhide frees the two children who wandered into Cragg's custody and escapes from the valley with them; Cragg pursues, but nearly falls off a cliff; Rawhide saves Cragg and promises to keep the valley a secret.

Seventy-Three (December, 1969)

Title: "The Manhunt!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Rafe Jordan [dies], Blackie Yates, Jake Yates [brothers, both die], Moose Lawson, Les Cooper
Others: Tom Harrison [rancher, dies], Mrs. Harrison [Tom's wife], Nightwind, Ben Owens [ranch foreman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Gopher Gap, USA
Synopsis: The Harrisons are reminded of their dead son Billy when they see Rawhide Kid and offer him work on their ranch. One day, Tom is murdered by Rafe, Blackie, Moose and Les, who steal his payroll. Rawhide sets out for vengeance; after mortally wounding Rafe, Rawhide gets the names of the others; Moose and Les are turned over to the law. Blackie brings in his brother Jake for help, but Rawhide kills them both. With vengeance complete, Rawhide tells Mrs. Harrison her husband has been avenged and then rides away.

Seventy-Four (February, 1970)

Title: "Attack of the Apaches!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Apaches, Crazy Wolf [Apache leader, dies]
Others: Nightwind, John [civilian], Gray Hand [Apache elder], a bounty hunter [former lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Beaver Flats and Waco, USA
Synopsis: A bounty hunter captures the Kid, but while escorting him to Waco they find a relay station under siege by Apaches; the bounty hunter releases the Kid so they can defend the station until the Apaches finally pull away. The occupants venture out together, but are later ambushed by the Apaches. The Apaches let Rawhide Kid go free because he's an outlaw, but he refuses to leave the others and challenges Crazy Wolf to combat for them; ultimately, Crazy Wolf is knocked off a cliff and the prisoners are all released. The bounty hunter allows Rawhide Kid to depart.

Seventy-Five (April, 1970)

Title: "The Man Who Killed the Kid!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Joe Slade and his gang [Pete]
Others: Frank [civilian], Sam Boone [physician], Sam's daughter, Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Stillwater; Boulder Bluff, USA
Synopsis: Slade and his gang plot to takeover Stillwater by killing Rawhide Kid; Slade ambushes him and the Kid falls off a cliff; taking the Kid's fallen guns, Slade claims to have killed the Kid, frightening Stillwater's residents into doing whatever Slade says. However, the Kid is nursed back to health and recaptures his guns, then easily defeats Slade and his gang.

Seventy-Six

Title: "Guns of the Bandoleros!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: The Lynx [Maria, female bandit leader] and her bandoleros [Miguel, Jose, Juan Madero]
Others: Captain Carlson [US Cavalry officer], US Cavalry, Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: USA; Mexico
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#127
Synopsis: Carlson asks Rawhide to help him stop the Lynx's border raids. Rawhide goes to Mexico and joins Lynx's gang, offering to lead them to a shipment of US Army gold; instead, Rawhide defeats the gang; despite Lynx's efforts to seduce him, Rawhide is unmoved and turns her over to the army.

Seventy-Seven (June, 1970)

Title: "The Reckoning!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Sam Logan [highwayman, dies], Davy Jones [Sam's son, seeks revenge on Rawhide Kid], the Fargo Gang [Vince]
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Beaver Flats; Greenville, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide saves a stage from Sam by shooting him; Sam's son Davy wants revenge and pursues the Kid, but Rawhide refuses to fight the teenager. Davy falls in with the Fargo Gang, who want to use his gun skills, but when Rawhide Kid foils one of their robberies and Davy sees a gang member about to shoot him in the back, he warns Rawhide; Rawhide defeats the gang and afterward Davy makes peace with Rawhide Kid.

Seventy-Eight (July, 1970)

Title: "The Badman and the Kid!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Billy Dolan [young gunfighter, dies] and his brothers
Others: Matt Tanner [aging gunfighter], Nightwind, Tommy [Matt's son], John [general store owner, Tommy's stepfather], Bess [Tommy's mother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide sees Billy challenge Matt to a gunfight while one of his friends prepares to snipe Matt; Rawhide helps Matt win the fight and Billy is killed. Billy's brothers demand vengeance and pursue Matt but Rawhide defeats them. Matt goes to see his son Tommy and discovers Tommy idolizes gunfighters. To change his son's mind, Matt lets John rough him up and make him seem like a coward. Matt and Rawhide go their separate ways.

Seventy-Nine

Title: "Legion of the Lost!"
Story: Archie Goodwin
Art: Werner Roth, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Colonel Travis Ramm [Confederate], his "rebels" [Fargo named], Clegg [Ramm's right-hand man], Apaches [allied with Ramm]
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#138
Synopsis: The Kid runs into Ramm, who wants to recruit him for an army he's building to reclaim the glory of the Confederacy; the Kid destroys his ammunitions stockpile and the two duel with sabres, with the Kid victorious; Ramm's men abandon him and he is left ranting alone.
"Inside the Cave" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#59

Eighty (October, 1970)

"Fall of a Hero" from Rawhide Kid#56
"Reno's Revenge" from Rawhide Kid#56

Eighty-One (November, 1970)

Title: "Range War!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Duke Dawson [gunfighter] and his gang
Others: Nightwind, Mr. Garrison [ranch owner], Kathy Garrison [rancher's daughter], Buck [ranch foreman], Jed [homesteader's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide goes to work on Garrison's ranch, but Garrison is irritated to see Kathy take an interest in him. When Garrison tries to fight off homesteaders settling near his land Rawhide objects and is fired. Garrison hires Duke Dawson to wage war on the homesteaders but Rawhide battles them back to Garrison's ranch. When Duke holds Kathy as a human shield, Garrison sees he was wrong; Rawhide defeats Duke, saves Kathy, then rides away.

Eighty-Two (December, 1970)

"A Man Called Drako" from Rawhide Kid#59
"The Badlands!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#80

Eighty-Three (January, 1971)

Title: "The Rawhide Kid, Lawman!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Luke Clanton [outlaw], various outlaws
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Deadrock, USA
Synopsis: Deadrock is a lawless town and the locals ask Rawhide to help by becoming their sheriff; Rawhide quickly begins to turn the crime around, but one day Nightwind trips and Rawhide suffers a head injury which renders him blind. Luke Clanton comes to town with his gang for revenge on the Kid for capturing him earlier; the Kid tells the townsfolk to follow his directions to stop Clanton, but the locals are afraid and surrender the Kid to Clanton. Clanton takes the Kid out of town to kill him, but the Kid's vision returns in time to turn on the gang and defeat them. Returning to Deadrock, Rawhide returns his badge, refusing to defend a town which wouldn't defend him.

Eighty-Four

"When Six-Guns Roar" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Girl, the Gunman and the Apaches" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Man Who Caught the Kid" from Rawhide Kid#27

Eighty-Five (March, 1971)

Title: "Ride the Savage Land!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: A gang of stage robbers
Others: Nightwind; Mr. Dawson [stage owner], Tom Dawson [Dawson's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Red Rock; Collinsville
Synopsis: The Kid rides shotgun on a stage and is sent to escort Tom back to his father; Tom appears to be a coward when men steal from the stage, but in the end, he helps the Kid defeat them.

Eighty-Six (April, 1971)

"Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap" from Rawhide Kid#17
"Beware! The Rawhide Kid" from Rawhide Kid#17
"When the Rawhide Kid Turned Outlaw" from Rawhide Kid#17
"Where Larrabee Rode!" from Ringo Kid#13

Eighty-Seven (May, 1971)

Title: "When the Spoilers Strike!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Bret Claymoor [dies] and his gang [Ben, Monk, Sam, all die]
Others: Nightwind, Charlie [old miner], Charlie's granddaughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid helps Charlie and his granddaughter at their mine until they find gold; Bret tries to drive them out and when that fails buries them inside the mine using dynamite but the Kid finds a way out of the mine then kills Bret and his gang.

Eighty-Eight (June, 1971)

Title: "Gun Fever!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Ben Slade [gunfighter, dies] and his gang
Others: Nightwind, Jess Parker [teenage gunman], Mr. Parker [Jess' father, dies in flashback]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sulphur Springs, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide meets Jess and learns how Ben Slade killed Jess' father; Rawhide agrees to help improve Jess' gunmanship so he can seek Slade for revenge. When the duo find Slade, Jess kills him in a gunfight. Afterward, Jess begins to swagger and boast, but when Slade's friends show up for revenge, Rawhide defeats them and Jess learns humility.
"All in a Day's Work" from Two-Gun Kid#82

Eighty-Nine (July, 1971)

Title: "When Outlaws Ride!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt
Villains: Tanner [robber, impersonates Kid Colt, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Steel, Ann Wilson [daughter of murdered man], Mr. Wilson [express office clerk, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Beaver Bend, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid finds Kid Colt being chased by a posse and aids him. Colt relates how he befriended Ann but someone knocked him out and wore his clothes to murder Ann's father in the express office. Rawhide agrees to help clear Colt's name and finds a tobacco pouch dropped by the killer; when townsfolk recognize it as Tanner's pouch he tries to kill Rawhide, but Rawhide kills him first.
"Redmen on the Rampage!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#85

Ninety (August, 1971)

Title: "Guns Below the Border!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt
Villains: El Tyrano [bandit leader]
Others: Nightwind, Steel, Pedro [Mexican boy], Teresa [Pedro's sister]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mexico
Synopsis: The Kids journey to a Mexican village beset by El Tyrano and help overthrow him and his bandits.
Notes: Continued from previous issue.
"And Not a Word Was Spoken!" from Two-Gun Kid#61

Ninety-One (September, 1971)

Title: "The Outlaw, the General, and the Little Big Horn!"
Story: Roy Thomas
Art: Dick Ayers, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Sioux [Running Wolf]
Others: Nightwind, US Cavalry [Pvt. Nelson], Major Link Bart [Rawhide's cousin, dies], Linda Bowers [Link's fiancee], General George Armstrong Custer [Cavalry leader, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: June 25-26, 1876, Big Horn River, Montana, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide visits his cousin Link, hoping Link can help clear his name as an outlaw; General Custer asks Rawhide to help him by scouting the Sioux, but when Rawhide returns with accurate reports, Custer doubts him, having learned he's an outlaw; Rawhide is locked in the stockade while Custer's men are massacred at Big Horn, including Link; Link's fiancee blames Rawhide for not saving him.
"The Pecos Kid" from Frontier Western#1

Ninety-Two (October, 1971)

Title: "The Frightened Gun!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, John Tartaglione
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Rafe Yorby [gunman, dies], Jed Yorby [Rafe's brother, dies] and their gang [Pete, all die]
Others: Nightwind, Sheriff Walker, Sam [civilian], Laura Walker [sheriff's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid befriends the Walkers but finds the sheriff is becoming too old for his job. When Rafe kills a man in the bar, the sheriff shoots Rafe in the back, knowing he wouldn't have survived a fair fight. Rafe's brother seeks revenge but Rawhide defends the Walkers and they best the gang; Rawhide lets the sheriff collect the reward on the dead men so he can retire.
"At the Mercy of Wolf Waco!" from Rawhide Kid#18
"The Midnight Raiders" from Rawhide Kid#18
"A Legend is Born" from Rawhide Kid#18

Ninety-Three

Title: "Mountain Pursuit!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, Syd Shores
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Wes Concho [dies] and his gang [Ben, all die] and girlfriend, Yates [wandering cowboy, dies]
Others: Nightwind, a US marshal
Genre: Western
Setting: Colorado, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid helps a marshal pursue Wes and his girlfriend, who are meeting up with Wes' gang at a ghost town where they hid their stolen money. During the trip Yates rides with the Kid and marshal but Wes' girlfriend convinces Yates to switch sides; once Wes is free he kills Yates then continues after the money, but the Kid catches up and kills Wes' gang; when Wes tries to shoot the Kid from behind the girlfriend warns him and Rawhide kills Wes.
"Shotgun to Deadwood" from Rawhide Kid#61
"Blood is Thicker" from Rawhide Kid#61

Ninety-Four (December, 1971)

Title: "Day of the Outcast"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Gunmen
Others: Nightwind, Rafe Larsen [black gunfighter], Sam Walker [civilian, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Paradise Flats, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#146
Synopsis: The Kid meets Rafe; after a lifetime of prejudice, Rafe isn't keen to make friends. In Paradise Flats, some white men take issue with Rafe carrying guns and he kills them in a gunfight. Friends of the deceased murder Sam Walker and plant Walker's watch in Rafe's hotel room. Rafe is arrested but Rawhide realizes he must be innocent and proves it, setting Rafe free.
"Man on the Run" from Rawhide Kid#10
"Blind Justice" from Rawhide Kid#10

Ninety-Five (January, 1972)

Title: "Renegades of the Wild North!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Dijon [border raider, dies] and his gang, Angelique [half-Native, Dijon's girlfriend]
Others: Nightwind, settlers, Northwest Mounted Police
Genre: Western
Setting: USA; Canada
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#147
Synopsis: The Kid learns Dijon's raiders have kidnapped a woman and brought her to their camp in Canada; Rawhide goes to rescue her, but ultimately the jealous Angelique proves the gang's undoing when she gives away their location to the mounties; the mounties raid the camp and Dijon falls from a cliff while struggling with Rawhide.
"The Man Who Wears the Badge" from Two-Gun Kid#35
"The Last Notch" from Outlaw Kid#18

Ninety-Six (February, 1972)

Title: "The Kid from Missouri"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, Bill Everett
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Smythe [railroad baron, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Missouri Kid [Hershel Wall, aged outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#148
Synopsis: Rawhide arrives as a prison wagon is being raided; one older prisoner helps the Kid and then relates his story: his father was killed by Clyde for the railroad, causing him to become an outlaw; he eventually had his revenge on Clyde, but was caught and jailed. Missouri Kid assumes Rawhide will help him get away, but Rawhide insists he finish his sentence. However, a posse arrives and arrests Rawhide, not recognizing the Missouri Kid. Missouri sets Rawhide free and they part amicably.
"Gunhawk" from Ringo Kid#15
"Hide-Out!" from Outlaw Kid#19

Ninety-Seven (March, 1972)

Title: "The Young Gun!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Clay Murdock [gang leader]
Others: Danny Murdock [brother of Clay, young member of his gang]
Genre: Western
Setting: An unnamed western town in a state where Rawhide Kid is not wanted
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#149
Synopsis: The Kid helps reform Danny after capturing him by showing him his brother is a weak man, through facing Clay in a showdown.
"The Swap" from Two-Gun Kid#59
"The Payoff" from Ringo Kid#17

Ninety-Eight (April, 1972)

Title: "The Gun and the Arrow!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: A businessman [dies] and his men [all die]
Others: Nightwind, Bright Fawn [Apache woman, dies], Iron Wolf [Apache chief], Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#150
Synopsis: Rawhide avenges Apaches who were murdered by men trying to force the Apaches off their land so their boss could claim their gold. Wounded, Rawhide is cared for by the Apaches; he and Bright Fawn fall in love and Iron Wolf approves of them being married. However, the gold-seekers return and attack a white settlement dressed as Apaches; white men retaliate by attacking the Apache village, killing Bright Fawn. Enraged, Rawhide tracks down the perpetrators and kills them all; with a heavy heart, Rawhide leaves the Apache village.
"The Wild Beast" from Apache Kid#1
"Back Down or Die" from Ringo Kid#16

Ninety-Nine (May, 1972)

Title: "The Manhunters"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Brogan Brothers [three outlaws, all die], Colby, Ruff [bounty hunters, both die]
Others: Nightwind, Frank [general store owner], Frank's wife, Mrs. Adams [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Center City; Cactus Creek, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#151
Synopsis: Rawhide takes a job at a general store in Cactus Creek, but Colby and Ruff pursue him for the bounty on his head. Ruff breaks both of Rawhide's hands in a fight, leaving him unable to draw his gun; Rawhide's hands are bandaged, but he escapes the hunters and returns with a gun, fanning it instead of drawing the trigger; Rawhide kills both hunters and then leaves town.
"Crag Noonan, Fastest Gun in the West" from Quick-Trigger Western#14

One Hundred (June, 1972)

Title: "Gunfight at Fury Falls!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Jason Murdock [dies] and his gang
Others: Nightwind, Steve [card player], Joe Clay, Kathy Clay, Ben Bart [flashback], Frank Clay
Genre: Western
Setting: Fury Falls, USA
Synopsis: When Jason Murdock tries to take over Fury Falls, Rawhide joins forces with his brothers Joe and Frank to free the town.
"El Sombro" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#62

One Hundred One

Title: "I Shot Jesse James!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Dick Ayers, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Bob Ford, bounty hunters, mob
Others: Nightwind, Jesse James [flashback]
Genre: Western
Setting: Post-1882, western USA
Synopsis: The Rawhide Kid saves Ford from a lynching, not knowing he is the man who shot Jesse James; as they run from bounty hunters together, Ford turns on the Kid, hoping to regain his honour by besting him; the Kid abandons him.
"Ambush" from Quick-Trigger Western#17

One Hundred Two (August, 1972)

Title: "Guns of the Comancheros!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: A gang of bandits
Others: Nightwind, Mr. Cameron [railroad president], Cathy Cameron [railroad president's daughter], Frank Benson [railroad construction crew]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide labours on Cameron's railroad; at one point, Rawhide drives off Frank when he makes advances on Cathy. Cathy tries to use her wiles on the Kid, but he realizes she's too manipulative; to get back at the Kid, Cathy plants her jewellry in his room then accuses him of theft; Rawhide is driven off the work site, but later must save Cathy when she's captured by bandits; Cathy apologizes to the Kid for her earlier behaviour.
"The Man Who Couldn't Be Killed" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#70

One Hundred Three (September, 1972)

Title: "The Town Tyrant!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Jud Dawson [would-be town boss], three escaped convicts [all die], a team of gunslingers [all die]
Others: Nightwind
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Jud nurses Rawhide back to health when three convicts nearly kill him; indebted to Jud, Rawhide is forced to accompany him to a town where Jud declares himself the boss and begins lording over others, knowing no one will challenge Rawhide. However, professional gunmen are hired; Rawhide kills them and then declares the debt settled and abandons Jud to the townsfolk.
"Branded" from Western Outlaws#6

One Hundred Four (October, 1972)

"Shoot-out at Mesa City" from Rawhide Kid#63
"The Gun That Couldn't Lose" from Rawhide Kid#63
"War in Chicamaw Territory" from Frontier Western#1

One Hundred Five (November, 1972)

Title: "The Sinister Sons of Ma Morgan!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Ma Morgan [mastermind of robber gang, dies] and her four sons [all die]
Others: Nightwind, Sam [bank teller]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide is mistaken for committing a robbery performed by one of the Morgan brothers; pursuing the Morgans, Rawhide winds up captured by them and forced to accompany them on robberies because of his reputation. However, Rawhide escapes the Morgans then ambushes them; during the fight, all of the Morgans die.
"Stampede" from Western Kid#10

One Hundred Six (December, 1972)

Title: "The Range Raiders!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Bart Calhoun [rustler] and his hired guns, Ed Tanner [bribed ranch foreman]
Others: Laura Prescott [inherited ranch], a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Laura inherits her uncle's ranch when he dies; Calhoun wants the ranch and makes an attempt on Laura's life, but Rawhide saves her; Rawhide goes to work on the ranch, when Calhoun bribes Tanner into helping them steal the Calhoun cattle. Rawhide ultimately stops Calhoun and leaves Laura to her ranch.
"With Guns Slung Low" from Western Outlaws#6

One Hundred Seven (January, 1973)

"The Ape Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#39

One Hundred Eight (February, 1973)

Title: "Desert Fury!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Logan [bounty hunter, dies], Grey Eagle [Apache, mated with Sarah Evans], Apaches
Others: Nightwind, Sarah Evans [Grey Eagle's bride] and her infant son
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Logan captures Rawhide and begins transporting him to Carson City via stagecoach, but after their coach takes on Sarah Evans and her baby, Grey Eagle begins trailing them. Ultimately, Logan dies in battle with the Apaches and Sarah returns to Grey Eagle.
"When the Harpers Rode" from Western Outlaws#15

One Hundred Nine (March, 1973)

Title: "The Vengeance!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Langley [Union officer, dies] and his followers [all die]
Others: Nightwind, Sam Rathmore [rancher, former Confederate prison warden], Mrs. Rathmore [Sam's wife], Burke [ranch hand]
Genre: Western
Setting: Boulder Bluff, USA
Synopsis: Rawhide goes to work on Rathmore's ranch, but Rathmore was once head of a terrible Confederate prison and his former inmate Langley leads his soldiers to capture Rathmore and reveal his secret to the town. Rawhide fights back and ultimately Rathmore's wife kills Langley.
"Man of the West" from Rawhide Kid#34

One Hundred Ten (April, 1973)

Title: "The Sightless Gun!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Two robbers [both die]
Others: Nightwind, Ben Caruthers [express rider], Bess, Billy [orphaned children]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Rawhide befriends Bess and Billy. Wandering into a cave, Rawhide stumbles into a trap set by two robbers and is blinded by the gunshot. With Bess and Billy's help, Rawhide protects them from the robbers and ultimately kills both men.
"The Ghost Train" from Western Outlaws and Sheriffs#72

One Hundred Eleven (May, 1973)

"The Tyrant of Tombstone Valley" from Rawhide Kid#41
"The Promise" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#60

One Hundred Twelve (June, 1973)

Title: "Frontier Fury!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid, Cole Jessup [fast-talker]
Villains: Fargo and his gang [outlaws, former associates of Jessup]; Hiram Cragstone [ranch owner]
Others: Nora Evans [ranch owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Nora Evans' ranch
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#144
Synopsis: Rawhide Kid meets Cole Jessup, a gunhawk on the run. They go to work for Nora, whose ranch is in danger of being taken from her by Cragstone, who allies himself with Cole's enemies. Together, the Kid and Cole drive them off and Cole and Nora fall in love.
"A Man And His Gun!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#95

One Hundred Thirteen (July, 1973)

Title: "A Gunman no More!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Cheeno Yates [gunfighter, dies]
Others: Nightwind, Billy Binns [child], Spot [Billy's dog], Nan [general store owner's daughter], Davy [blacksmith]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: During a gunfight between Rawhide and two other men, Billy is nearly killed; Rawhide resolves to give up using guns and moves to a town where he works in a general store, falling in love with Nan. When Cheeno hears Rawhide is in the town he comes and demands Rawhide show himself or the town will suffer; Rawhide complies, kills Cheeno and then goes back to wandering.
"Man with a Star" from Frontier Western#2

One Hundred Fourteen (August, 1973)

Title: "Captured by the Comanches!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Comanches, Yellow Wolf [Comanche chief's son, dies]
Others: Nightwind, an old man, a Comanche chief, Sky Eagle [white boy adopted by Comanches], Elias Drudd [old man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Beaver Pass, USA
Synopsis: Comanches ambush Rawhide and take Nightwind; Rawhide joins forces with an old man who's been hunting Comanches for decades, trying to find his son. They retrieve Nightwind and discover the old man's son is Sky Eagle. Rawhide challenges Yellow Wolf to set Sky Eagle free, but although Rawhide wins, Yellow Wolf tries to stab him in the back; Sky Eagle saves Rawhide by killing Yellow Wolf. The old man decides his son belongs with the Comanches.
"They Strike by Night" from Western Outlaws#12

One Hundred Fifteen (September, 1973)

Title: "The Last Gunfight!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Roussos
Heroes: Rawhide Kid
Villains: Carl Kane [one-eyed escaped convict, dies] and his gang
Others: Nightwind, Frank [aging sheriff], Davy [Frank's son], Matt [blacksmith, former gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rustwood; Puma Pass, USA
Synopsis: Frank is nearing retirement when he lucks into capturing the Rawhide Kid and imprisoning him in Rustwood. Rawhide eventually escapes his cell, but seeing Kane is riding to Rustwood for revenge on Frank, Rawhide goes back and offers his help; Kane kidnaps Davy as a hostage, but Rawhide helps rescue him and kills Kane; Frank has officially reached his retirement date, so he allows Rawhide to depart.
"The Life and Death of the Phoenix Kid" from Frontier Western#10

One Hundred Sixteen

"River Boat Raiders" from Rawhide Kid#47
"Two Lives Has He" from Two-Gun Kid#61

One Hundred Seventeen

"The Masked Maverick" from Rawhide Kid#44

One Hundred Eighteen (January, 1974)

"Guns of the Wild North" from Rawhide Kid#53
"The Rio Kid" from Western Outlaws#12

One Hundred Nineteen (March, 1974)

"The Menacing Masquerader" from Rawhide Kid#49
"The Boy Who Was Afraid" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#107

One Hundred Twenty (May, 1974)

"The Menacing Masqerader Strikes Again" from Rawhide Kid#50
"His Back to the Wall!" from Gunsmoke Western#46

One Hundred Twenty-One (July, 1974)
"The Rawhide Kid Meets the Two-Gun Kid" from Rawhide Kid#40
"Growler Joe Meets the Stranger!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#14

One Hundred Twenty-Two

"Where the Outlaws Ride" from Rawhide Kid#43
"They Called Him Brass Buttons" from Rawhide Kid#43

One Hundred Twenty-Three (November, 1974)

"The Prisoner of Outlaw Town!" from Rawhide Kid#36
"Pancho Diablo" from Western Outlaws#4

One Hundred Twenty-Four (January, 1975)

"Gunfight with Yerby's Yahoos!" from Rawhide Kid#42

One Hundred Twenty-Five (March, 1975)

"The Raven Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#35
"The Sheriff's Star" from Rawhide Kid#35

One Hundred Twenty-Six

"Meets the Bounty Hunter" from Rawhide Kid#48

One Hundred Twenty-Seven (July, 1975)

"The Guns of the Bandoleros" from Rawhide Kid#76

One Hundred Twenty-Eight (September, 1975)

"Fall of a Hero" from Rawhide Kid#56

One Hundred Twenty-Nine (October, 1975)

"When the Scorpion Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#57

One Hundred Thirty (November, 1975)

"When a Gunfighter Faces the Enforcers" from Rawhide Kid#58

One Hundred Thirty-One

"Massacre at Medicine Bend" from Rawhide Kid#60

One Hundred Thirty-Two (March, 1976)

"Shotgun to Deadwood" from Rawhide Kid#61

One Hundred Thirty-Three (May, 1976)

"Gun Town" from Rawhide Kid#62
"Return of Drako" from Rawhide Kid#62

One Hundred Thirty-Four

"When the Kid Went Wild" from Rawhide Kid#30
"The Man Who Caught the Kid" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Girl, the Gunmen and the Apaches" from Rawhide Kid#27

One Hundred Thirty-Five

"The Gunmen of Sundown City" from Rawhide Kid#21

One Hundred Thirty-Six

"Shoot-out with Blackjack Bordon" from Rawhide Kid#20
"The Defeat of the Rawhide Kid" from Rawhide Kid#20

One Hundred Thirty-Seven (January, 1977)

"Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap" from Rawhide Kid#17
"A Place to Hide" from Rawhide Kid#23

One Hundred Thirty-Eight (March, 1977)

"Legion of the Lost" from Rawhide Kid#79

One Hundred Thirty-Nine (May, 1977)

"The Guns of Jesse James" from Rawhide Kid#33
"The Man Who Couldn't Quit" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#81

One Hundred Forty (July, 1977)

"Prisoner of the Apaches!" from Rawhide Kid#34
"The Gunfighter and the Girl" from Rawhide Kid#33
"My Gun for Hire" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#92

One Hundred Forty-One (September, 1977)

"The Deadly Draw of Mr. Lightning" from Rawhide Kid#34
"Shoot-Out with Rock Rorick" from Rawhide Kid#31

One Hundred Forty-Two (November, 1977)

"Duel of the Desperadoes" from Rawhide Kid#64
"The Birth of a Legend" from Rawhide Kid#35

One Hundred Forty-Three

"Gunman's Quest" from Rawhide Kid#45

One Hundred Forty-Four

"Frontier Fury" from Rawhide Kid#112

One Hundred Forty-Five (May, 1978)

"Shotgun to Deadwood" from Rawhide Kid#61

One Hundred Forty-Six (July, 1978)
"Stand Up and Fight" from Outlaw Kid#10
"Day of the Outcast" from Rawhide Kid#94

One Hundred Forty-Seven (September, 1978)

"Renegades of the Wild North!" from Rawhide Kid#95
"Gun Crazy" from Outlaw Kid#19

One Hundred Forty-Eight (November, 1978)

"The Kid from Missouri" from Rawhide Kid#96
"Fang and Claw" from Outlaw Kid#11

One Hundred Forty-Nine (January, 1979)

"The Young Gun" from Rawhide Kid#97
"Fists of Steel" from Outlaw Kid#17

One Hundred Fifty (March, 1979)

"The Gun and the Arrow" from Rawhide Kid#98
"Treachery on the Trail" from Outlaw Kid#16

One Hundred Fifty-One (May, 1979)

"The Manhunters" from Rawhide Kid#99
"Bully's Bluff!" from Outlaw Kid#13

Special #1

"Gun Duel in Trigger Gap" from Rawhide Kid#19
"Fight or Crawl, Kid!" from Rawhide Kid#19
"Yak Yancy, the Man Who Tried a Town" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Little Man Laughs Last!" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Fallen Hero" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Trail of Apache Joe" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Guns of Jasker Jelko" from Rawhide Kid#28
"When a Gunslinger Gets Mad!" from Rawhide Kid#28

Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 1 (2006)

"Beware! The Rawhide Kid" from Rawhide Kid#17
"Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!" from Rawhide Kid#17
"With Gun in Hand!" from Rawhide Kid#17
"When the Rawhide Kid Turned...Outlaw!" from Rawhide Kid#17
"At the Mercy of Wolf Waco!" from Rawhide Kid#18
"The Midnight Raiders!" from Rawhide Kid#18
"A Legend is Born!" from Rawhide Kid#18
"Gun Duel in Trigger Gap!" from Rawhide Kid#19
"The Rip Snorter" from Rawhide Kid#19
"Fight or Crawl, Kid!" from Rawhide Kid#19
"Shoot-Out with Blackjack Bordon" from Rawhide Kid#20
"Return of the Gunfighter!" from Rawhide Kid#20
"The Defeat of the Rawhide Kid!" from Rawhide Kid#20
"The Gunmen of Sundown City!" from Rawhide Kid#21
"The Gunslinger!" from Rawhide Kid#21
"Beware!! The Terrible Totem!!" from Rawhide Kid#22
"Slap Leather, Lawman!" from Rawhide Kid#22
"The Origin of the Rawhide Kid!" from Rawhide Kid#23
"A Place to Hide!" from Rawhide Kid#23
"They Called Him Outlaw!" from Rawhide Kid#23
"Showdown in Silver City!" from Rawhide Kid#24
"The Man without a Gun!" from Rawhide Kid#24
"Gunman's Gamble!" from Rawhide Kid#24
"The Bat Strikes!" from Rawhide Kid#25
"The Twister!" from Rawhide Kid#25
"The Man Who Robbed the Express!" from Rawhide Kid#25
"Those Who Lived by the Gun!" from Rawhide Kid#25

Marvel Masterworks: Rawhide Kid Vol. 2 (2007)

"Shoot-Out in Scragg's Saloon!" from Rawhide Kid#26
"The Bullet-Proof Man!" from Rawhide Kid#26
"Trapped by the Bounty Hunter" from Rawhide Kid#26
"Strong-Man" from Rawhide Kid#26
"When Six-Guns Roar" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Girl, the Gunman and the Apaches" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Fury of Bull Barker!" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Man Who Caught the Kid" from Rawhide Kid#27
"The Guns of Jasker Jelko" from Rawhide Kid#28
"When a Gunslinger Gets Mad!" from Rawhide Kid#28
"Doom in the Desert" from Rawhide Kid#28
"The Silent Gunman" from Rawhide Kid#28
"Yak Yancy, the Man Who Tried a Town" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Little Man Laughs Last!" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Fallen Hero" from Rawhide Kid#29
"The Trail of Apache Joe" from Rawhide Kid#29
"Showdown with the Crow Magnum Gang" from Rawhide Kid#30
"Riot in Railtown!" from Rawhide Kid#30
"When the Kid Went Wild" from Rawhide Kid#30
"This is a Gun" from Rawhide Kid#30
"Trapped By Dead-Eye Dawson" from Rawhide Kid#31
"Shoot-out with Rock Rorick" from Rawhide Kid#31
"Return of the Outlaw" from Rawhide Kid#31
"No Law in Lost Mesa" from Rawhide Kid#31
"Beware of the Barker Brothers!" from Rawhide Kid#32
"The Judge" from Rawhide Kid#32
"No Guns For a Gunman" from Rawhide Kid#32
"The Gunfighter and the Girl" from Rawhide Kid#33
"The Guns of Jesse James" from Rawhide Kid#33
"There's a Shoot-out Comin'!" from Rawhide Kid#33
"Prisoner of the Apaches!" from Rawhide Kid#34
"The Deadly Draw of Mr. Lightning" from Rawhide Kid#34
"Man of the West" from Rawhide Kid#34
"Birth of a Legend" from Rawhide Kid#35
"The Raven Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#35
"The Sheriff's Star" from Rawhide Kid#35

One (August, 1985)

"The Living Legend"

Two (September, 1985)

"The Not-So-Wild-west"

Three (October, 1985)

"Slave!"

Four (November, 1985)

"Bang the Drum Slowly!"

One

"Slap Leather"

Two

"Slap Leather"

Three

"Slap Leather"

Four

"Slap Leather"

Five

"Slap Leather"

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