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Two-Gun Kid

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Marvel Westerns: Two-Gun Kid

One

Title: "Introducing the Two-Gun Kid"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid [Clay Harder, roving, singing cowboy]
Villains: Brett Dawson [town bully, dies]
Others: Cyclone [Two-Gun Kid's horse], Gloria [Brett's girlfriend]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: Brett has all the wealth in Sundown and is gradually claiming control of the town. The Kid opposes Brett and in their fight Brett falls off a collapsing bridge to his death.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: The Sheriff
Villains: Bat Miller
Others: Rusty [deputy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Bat is always beating his horse. When he robs a bank the horse turns on him and knocks him down for the Sheriff.

Title: "The Code of the West!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sheriff Winn [lawman, secret robber, dies]
Others: Cyclone, Lem [posse member], Kitty Winn [sheriff's daughter], Blackie [sheriff's horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: Dry Gulch, Nevada, USA; Dusty Canyon, Nevada, USA; Hidden Valley, Nevada, USA
Synopsis: The Kid is blamed for robberies in Dry Gulch but Kitty aids him. The Kid tries to prove his innocence to the sheriff, but Sheriff Winn won't listen. When another robbery occurs the Kid kills the lead robber, who turns out to be the sheriff.

Two (June, 1948)

Title: "Trapped in Outlaw City!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Yellow Gang, Black Gang [rival criminal gangs]
Others: Cyclone, Sheriff Sloane [lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Outlaw City, USA
Synopsis: The Kid tries to rescue Sloane from Outlaw City but is himself caught and sentenced to death by the criminal-run town. The Kid gets out of prison by offering riches to a jailer and getting the two gangs to fight each other for the privilege of the money. Riding away to a posse, the Kid returns with them to clean up the town and eliminate the gangs.

Title: "The Train That Wasn't There!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Canyon Pete [robber] and his gang
Others: Cyclone, Penelope Watson [rancher's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tarleton, USA
Synopsis: The train going to Tarleton is robbed but the Kid and Penelope trace the thieves led by Canyon Pete and bring them to justice.

Title: "Killer's Alibi!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: The Sheriff
Villains: Mr. Emerson [wealthy rancher, leader of rustlers, dies]
Others: Thompson [cattle rancher, dies], Joey Thompson [Thompson's son], Cunningham [newspaper editor], Dwight Emerson [rancher's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: A masked rustler shoots Thompson dead and Dwight is the top suspect; after Cunningham writes a story suggesting Dwight is responsible, the gang nearly kill him. Finally, the Sheriff catches the gang and shoots the killer, unmasking him as Emerson's father.

Title: "Duel to the Death!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Red Coyote [ambitious Native]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Trail's End, USA
Synopsis: Red Coyote leads the Native people in a violent uprising but the Kid defeats him in combat and forces him to surrender.

Three (August, 1948)

Title: "The Killer Badman and the Colt-Hung Kid!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Killer King Cole [outlaw]
Others: Cyclone, Mickey [boy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Mickey admires the outlaw Killer King Cole but after seeing his scheming ways when he loses a fight with the Kid, Mickey winds up taking the Kid as his hero.

Title: "Gun, Gold, and Glory!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Stang [would-be claim jumper], Glory Blanchard [thief, dies]
Others: Cyclone, John Blanchard [businessman, Glory's brother], Bill Bailey [gold mine owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cactus County, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: The Kid's friend Bill appears to have been killed so John could steal the gold mine on his land but the Kid discovers the true culprit is Glory and John kills her.

Title: "Gun Guard for Boot-Hill!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: The Sheriff
Villains: Lars Johnson [corrupt stagecoach driver]
Others: Zeb [old man]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Lars claims his stage has been robbed but the Sheriff realizes Lars is himself the thief.

Title: "Death in the Ring!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Mr. Scarpin [Curly's boxing manager]
Others: Cyclone, Gus Matzo [boxer, dies], Curly Collins [boxer], Curly's sister
Genre: Western
Setting: Cimarron City, USA
Synopsis: The Kid visits Cimarron to see Curly box but Curly's sister asks the Kid to impersonate her brother because he's been marked for death. The opposing boxer, Gus, is killed by mistake and the Kid exposes Curly's manager as the killer.

Title: "Oil Is Where You Find It"
Story:
Art: Christopher Rule
Heroes: Annie Oakley
Others: Sally Swoon, Tex Collins, Bruce Barr
Genre: Comedy, Romance, Western
Setting: Barr-X Ranch, Texas
Synopsis: Sally sells some land to Annie where Annie discovers oil. Tex thinks a wealthy Annie would have no use for him and Sally starts winning Tex over, but Annie discovers the oil is mostly water and sells the land to Mr. Barr, winning back Tex.

Four (October, 1948)

"Wanted! Dead or Alive! The Two Gun Kid, Killer"
"Terror Rides the Range"
"Death Deals the High Card"
"Lead Branded Maverick"

Five (December, 1948)

"The Rider of the Owlhoot Trail"
"Guns Blast in Thunder Pass"
"Annie Clicks in Politics"
"Shotgun Justice"

Six (February, 1949)

"Trail of the Owl-Hooter"

Title: "Trouble by the Gallon!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sam Stone [rancher], Dandy [cowboy spying on Evans]
Others: Cyclone, Steve Evans [cattle rancher], Nugget Ned [prospector friend of the Kid's]
Genre: Western
Setting: Dry Gulch, USA
Synopsis: Sam Stone is trying to force Evans off his land by sealing up all the water, but the Kid exposes Stone's plot and with dynamite sets the water course right.
"Showdown on the Sonoma Stage"
"Death Rides the Range"

Seven

"Brand of the Killers"
"Fine Feathers and Flying Fists"
"Nuggets of Doom"
"The Saga of the Mad Mayor"

Eight (June, 1949)

"The Secret of the Castle of Slaves"
"The Secret of the Skull"
"The Mystery of the Murderous Magician"

Nine (August, 1949)

"The Ghost of Roaring Valley"
"The Kid Turns Killer"
"The Man Behind the Mask"
"Trapped on the Train of Terror"
"When a Man Has Faith"
"The Marshall Who Lived Again"

Ten

"The Horrible Hermit of Hidden Mesa"
"The Hunter and the Hunted"
"Trapped Between Two Fires"

"Wild Bill Hickok"
Reprinted In: Gunhawk#16

Eleven

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Cal Brett [saloon owner, dies], Wolf [gunfighter, dies]
Others: Paddy Riley [railway worker], Bess Calhoun [Paddy's girlfriend], Franklin Calhoun [Southwestern Railroad owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cheyenne
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#34
Synopsis: The Kid is hired to help defend the railroad being built through Cheyenne; the instigator of the problems turns out to be Cal Brett and the Kid kills him in a gunfight.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Chris [Lefty's manager], Helen [Lefty's girlfriend], gang of kidnappers
Others: Cyclone, Lefty Belton [champion boxer], Ox Leach [boxing challenger, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Julesburg, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#33
Synopsis: The Kid prevents Lefty from being kidnapped off a stagecoach, but Lefty is injured and can't box in Julesburg. The Kid is encouraged to fight in Lefty's stead, but during the bout Ox is hit by a bullet meant for the Kid. Two-Gun realizes Lefty's own manager and girlfriend bet against him and have been behind all the recent violence; the Kid delivers the masterminds to the law.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: El Toro [bandit] and his men [Francisco, all die]
Others: Cyclone, Pancho [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Taos, Red Desert
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#36
Synopsis: El Toro takes over Taos and its well; the Kid is desperate for water and heads to Taos, with Pancho assisting him; after the Kid recaptures the well, Panchos is disappointed to learn the "drink" the Kid was after was merely water.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: George Tuska
Heroes: Black Rider
Villains: Slade Salinas [outlaw, dies] and his gang [Jimmy named, all die]
Others: Satan, Chisholm [farmer, dies[, Cappy Chisholm [farmer's son, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Yuma; Leadville
Synopsis: Salinas is on trial but everyone is afraid to testify. The Black Rider takes the stand and provides testimony to bring Salinas down, but Slade's gang breaks him out of the courthouse. The Rider pursues them and kills Slade and his gang.

Twelve (February, 1954)

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Thirteen (April, 1954)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Flamenco and his gang [stage robbers, die], Benbow [Wells Fargo clerk]
Others: Cyclone, Hoss Saba [stage driver, dies], McKay [Wells Fargo owner], Maria Gonzales [Flamenco's girlfriend]
Genre: Western
Setting: El Paso, Texas; Juarez, Mexico
Synopsis: Flamenco is robbing stages thanks to notes attached to Benbow's messenger pigeons telling him which stages contain gold. The Kid rides to Mexico to get Flamenco, saving Maria from a rattlesnake en route, but Flamenco ambushes him and buries him in an ant hill; Maria saves the Kid and he kills Flamenco and his gang then returns to El Paso to expose Benbow.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid [uses "Kid Gun" alias]
Villains: Bets Jackson [criminal, dies] and his gang [Slick, Jud]
Others: Cyclone, Kyle Belton [nominee sheriff, dies], Cass Malley [sheriff]
Genre: Western
Setting: Buckhorn
Synopsis: The Kid finds Kyle dead after a cattle stampede. Bringing Kyle to Buckhorn he's asked by Bets to take Kyle's place in the sheriff election, Bets assuming the Kid is simply a saddle bum. The Kid plays along, finding ways to take down some of Bets' gang, then helps the sheriff wipe out Bets and his gang in a gunfight.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Bounty hunters, Scar Mason [outlaw, dies] and his gang [Weasel]
Others: Steel, Alkali [prospector, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cactus Gulch
Synopsis: Colt is shot by a bounty hunter but Alkali nurses him to health. When Scar kills Alkali for his gold, Colt traces and kills Scar, then gives the gold to a minister.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Mort Blade [cattle rustler leader, dies] and his gang [Gila, Porky, all die]
Others: Cyclone, Tom Wayne, Anse [ranchers]
Genre: Western
Setting: Bloody Mountain
Synopsis: Ranchers hire the Kid to stop Blade's rustlers but Blade ambushes and shoots him. The Kid survives but is amnesiac and Blade tricks him into turning on the ranchers. Regaining his memory from falling in a river, the Kid slaughters Blade and his gang.

Fourteen (June, 1954)

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Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Kid Colt
Villains: Squint Kramer [outlaw] and his gang
Others: Steel, Deputy Ted [lawman], sheriff, Lucy [Ted's fiancée], Taylor [posse member]
Genre: Western
Setting: Leadville
Synopsis: Ted is tracking Kid Colt, while Colt refuses a partnership with Squint Kramer. When Kramer robs a casino, taking Lucy hostage, the Kid saves her and stops Squint, winning Ted's favour.

Fifteen (August, 1954)

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"The New Sheriff"
"A Date With Death"

Sixteen (September, 1954)

"Trapped"
"The Red Dust of Mecca"
"The Mine"
"Cliff-Hanger"

Seventeen (October, 1954)

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Title: "Killer's Moon!"
Story:
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Phil Breck, Gunner Moss [hired gunmen, dies], Link Farnum [Indian agent], Cobb [Texan cattleman, dies]
Others: Cyclone, Totanka [Ute chief]
Genre: Western
Setting: Aspen County, USA
Synopsis: Utes are on the warpath because Link's deals with them were treacherous; the Kid investigates, learns Link had been pocketing government money and giving cattle intended for the Utes to Cobb; leading a posse against Link's men, the Kid ends hostilities.

Eighteen (November, 1954)

"Dealer in Death"
"Reign in Terror"
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Nineteen (December, 1954)

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Twenty (January, 1955)

"Code of Dishonor"
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Twenty-One

"El Tigre"
"Renegades"
"The Bandits"
"Border War"

Twenty-Two

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"Peace and Quiet"
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Twenty-Three (May, 1955)

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"The Man Who Returned!"
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Twenty-Four (July, 1955)

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"The Road to Ruin"
"Saddle Pards"
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Twenty-Five (September, 1955)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Chuck Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bradley [banker], Josh Halliday [rancher]
Others: Cyclone, Riff McCoy [gunman], Jane Halliday [Riff's lover, Josh's niece]
Genre: Western
Setting: Trace Town
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid befriends Riff and Jane and learns how Jane's father was killed and her ranch has been plagued by troubles; the Kid discovers Jane's father found gold and unmasks her uncle as the killer, who hoped he could drive the value of the ranch down to buy it up and mine the gold.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Chuck Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Black Corbals [land grabbers]
Others: Cyclone, Sheriff Anson Frost, Pedro Cortez [land owner], Don Cortez [Pedro's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Railtown
Synopsis: The Kid learns land around Railtown was bought up by the Black Corbals so they could profit when the railway came through, but the train went through Pedro Cortez's land instead; the Corbals try to pin Don as a criminal but the Kid clears him and exposes the Corbals as bandits.

Title: "The Hunted!"
Story:
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Bart Tennin [rancher]
Villains: Ice McCoy [land grabber]
Others: Sheriff Matt Bogart
Genre: Western
Setting: Circle-D Ranch, Tenant County, Colorado
Reprinted In: The Art of Al Williamson
Synopsis: Tennin is driven off his land by McCoy but at the state line changes his mind and comes back to stand up to McCoy; the sheriff and Tennin's neighbours comes to Tennin's aid and McCoy is driven out.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art: Chuck Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bret Cannon [land-owner] and his gunmen
Others: Cyclone, Dina Martin [Cannon's ward], Rock Mantell [gunman, Dina's brother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Jacktown
Synopsis: Bret has been driving men off their property so he can take it; he plans to marry Dina so he can prevent her from taking her rightful property when she comes of age but his own gunman Rock turns on him - he was actually Dina's long-lost brother.

Twenty-Six (October, 1955)
"The Round Up"
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"The Stage to Laribee"

Twenty-Seven

"Rodeo!"
"Gun Justice!"
"Fight, Tenderfoot!"
"Savage Range!"

Twenty-Eight (December, 1955)

Title: "The Land Grabber!"
Story:
Art: Doug Wildey
Villains: Pruett Clay [businessman, dies]
Others: Jake Brown [rancher, dies], Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Clay Junction, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#158
Synopsis: Pruett is ruthless in his dealings, forcing Jake off his land then killing him and claiming it was self-defense. In time, all of Pruett's neighbours move away because of his tactics. Finally, Apaches invade the territory and Pruett has no one to defend him; the Apaches murder Pruett and destroy his ranch.
"Train to Gunsmoke"
"Code of the Outlaw"
"King of the Wild"

Twenty-Nine (February, 1956)

"Blazing Frontier"
"Guns Across the Border"
"Gunsmoke"

Title: "Not Wanted!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Geronimo [Apache leader]
Villains: Clem [bigot]
Others: Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Yucate
Synopsis: Clem drives a Native out of Yucate, only to discover the Native is Geronimo and his men are nearby.
"The Hunters"

Thirty (April, 1956)

"Border Raiders"
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Title: "Afraid of No Man!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Villains: Wade Durgan [outlaw]
Others: Sheriff Durgan [Wade's father]
Genre: Western
Setting: Trail's End
Synopsis: On the run from the law, Wade rides into Trail's End to hide, but the sheriff is his own father and he surrenders to him.
"The Powder Range"

Thirty-One

"Flames of Violence"
"The Gunfighter"
"Ghost Gold"

Title: "Man on the Run!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Robert Q. Sale
Villains: Clem Morgan [bank robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Last Gap
Synopsis: Clem robs Last Gap then rides to find a place to hide, but loses his horse in the desert and suffers from food, water and sleep deprivation. He goes to the first building he sees to spend the night, only to awaken to find he went to sleep in a jail cell.
"Barbed Wire"

Thirty-Two

"The Gunslinger!"
"Claws of the Cactus!"
"The High Rider!"

Title: "A Man Called Natchez!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Bob Forgione
Heroes: Natchez Brown [deputy]
Villains: Crow Jackson [outlaw]
Others: Nevada, Mr. Simms [townspeople]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Natchez is always starting fights, having never made something of himself. When Crow Jackson comes to town, the sheriff deputizes Natchez and gets him to capture Crow, giving him the confidence and respect he always needed. Eventually, Natchez becomes the new sheriff.
"War Paint!"

Thirty-Three (October, 1956)

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"Trapped"

Title: Under Arrest"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jay Scott Pike
Heroes: Marshal Matt Harper
Villains: Dallas Kid [stage robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mesquite, Texas
Synopsis: Matt catches the Dallas Kid during a stage robbery then leads him through the desert to Mesquite. Along the way, the Kid escapes, but Matt recaptures him, defends him from Natives and coyotes, then finally turns him over to the authorities.

Thirty-Three (December, 1956)

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"Fighting Chance!"
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Title: "The Stranger!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Reed Crandall
Heroes: Wade Wilson [trailblazer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Wilson's Trail, Texas
Synopsis: Wade Wilson rides into Wilson's Trail, the town he founded, but the locals don't know who he is and don't like outsiders so they chase him away.
"Crossfire"

Thirty-Five (February, 1957)

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bill Foss [outlaw], Bart Kelso [gunfighter]
Others: Cyclone, Sheriff Boone
Genre: Western
Setting: Sweetwater, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#100
Synopsis: Bart helps the Two-Gun Kid capture Foss, but his constant attitude and threats leads him to make an enemy of the Kid; losing a gunfight to the Kid, Bart beats a hasty departure.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "Gun-Law!"
Story:
Art: C.F. Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Alex Bennock [rancher]
Others: Cyclone, Vance Lane [rancher], Bob Drew [sheriff's son, friend of Vance], Sheriff Dan Drew [Valleytown lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Valleytown, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#100
Synopsis: Alex causes a stampede and nearly kills the Two-Gun Kid, but Vance saves him; however, Alex claims Vance started the stampede and the heartless Sheriff Drew believes him; Bob turns on his father, supporting Vance and the Kid and Alex is finally proven as the instigator, teaching the sheriff a lesson about being human.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "Dead Man's Gold!"
Story:
Art: C.F. Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sundance and his gang
Others: Cyclone, Earl Quincy Hale [Massachusetts history teacher], the Yaqui, French soldiers, Father Bartholomew [French priest, flashback]
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Mexico
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#100
Synopsis: Earl comes out west to locate missing Mexican treasure thanks to an old map he owns. Sundance and other outlaws want the map so the Two-Gun Kid protects Earl; the duo go digging for the treasure, but don't find it; the Kid burns the map so Earl will be left alone and Earl decides to resettle in the west.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "Showdown in Shelltown!"
Story:
Art: C.F. Miller
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Cole Judson [gambler]
Others: Cyclone, Sheriff Wayne Cune [old lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Shelltown, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#100
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid finds Judson is remaking Shelltown into an outlaw town while Sheriff Cune thinks himself too old to stop him. The Kid restores Cune's confidence then together they defeat Judson and his men.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "The Man Who Wears the Badge!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Sheriff Tom Norbett
Villains: Hawk and Gila Case [brothers, outlaws]
Others: Sam [townsperson]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#95
Synopsis: Hawk and Gila get out of prison and look for revenge on Norbett. Norbett offers to let the past lie, but they think he's afraid of him and attack; Norbett beats them both in a gunfight, despite being unable to use his left hand.

Thirty-Six

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"The Saga of the Two-Gun Kid"
"Doom in the Dust"

Title: "Trail's End!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Sheriff Jess Sawyer [retiring lawman]
Others: Henry Sawyer [wealthy man, Jess' brother]
Genre: Western
Setting: Largo County
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#178
Synopsis: Henry goes to visit Jess just as Jess it about to retire. Henry pities his brother for being so poor, but when the townsfolk give Jess his own cottage and a lifetime salary as honorary sheriff in recognition of all he's done, Henry realizes Jess is rich in his own way.

Title: untitled
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Barr, Tally [men seeking reputations]
Others: Cyclone, "Smithy" [blacksmith]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Kid Colt, Outlaw#178
Synopsis: Several men try to make reputations for themselves by challenging the Kid, but each fails.

Thirty-Seven (June, 1957)

"The Trouble Trail from Gunsmoke!"
"Reign of Terror!"
"The Smoky Showdown!"

Title: "A Stranger Came A-Ridin'!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: George Tuska
Heroes: Marshal Wade Garrett
Villains: Mango Kid [outlaw]
Others: Harry [townsperson]
Genre: Western
Setting: Desert's End
Synopsis: The government sends a new marshal to Desert's End, even as the Mango Kid is in the area. The Kid pretends to be the marshal and leads the locals to attack the real marshal, but the marshal wins and exposes the Mango Kid.
"Raiders of the Rimrock!"

Thirty-Eight (August, 1957)

Title: "Roaring Forty-Fives"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Marty King [rancher, nephew of Jess King]
Others: Ben Frost [accused of killing Jess King], Helen King [adopted daughter of Jess King], unnamed sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Gulchtown
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#46; Two Gun Kid#102
Synopsis: The Kid proves Ben Frost is innocent of the murder of rancher Jess King-- King's nephew Marty is the true killer. Ben winds up with Helen in the end.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gun Kid in reprints.

Title: "Gunpowder Range!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Amse Corby [rancher]
Others: Cyclone, Doc Adams [physician], Bell [homesteader], Fred Corby [Amse's son], Donlan [rancher, rival of Corby], Danny Donlan [Donlan's son], Jimmy Bell [Bell's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Deerfoot, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#102
Synopsis: Corby and Donlan are on the verge of a range war; when Bell's son becomes sick, soon the two ranchers' sons follow. Despite Corby's violent protests, the Two-Gun Kid helps his son to the doctor and after all three sons are cured, the fathers make peace.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "Hot Lead"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Others: Bart Maddox, Keene [civilians]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#102
Synopsis: The heat bring men to the verge of violence, but a sudden cloudburst of rain sets everyone's spirits to normal.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gund Kid in reprints.

Title: "One More Notch!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Bob Powell
Heroes: Sheriff Tom Hawkins
Villains: Wes Tarpon [man with notches on gun]
Others: Mike Holley [general store owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Casson City
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#102
Synopsis: Tarpon frightens people with his gun, which has room for only one more notch. Tarpon produces the deed to Holley's store, claiming he won it from Holley's son. The sheriff realizes Holley's son doesn't gamble, meaning Tarpon killed him. The sheriff exposes Tarpon as a coward who notched his gun just to scare people, then arrests him.

Title: "Killer's Ranch"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Kip Hank [Box-O foreman], Tunstall [rancher]
Others: John Gates [lawyer], Pop Hart [rancher], Cyclone, Charlie [Chinese cook]
Genre: Western
Setting: Box-O Ranch
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#102
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid inherits Box-O ranch from a dead friend but finds Pop Hart claims it's his property and Tunstall wants to buy it; the Kid discovers Hank burned papers to help Tunstall and ultimately gives the ranch to Pop Hart.
Notes: Mask added to Two-Gun Kid in reprints

Thirty-Nine (December, 1957)

"The Fastest Gun"
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"The Dude"
"Waters of Doom"

Forty (February, 1958)

"Man Without Guns"
"Beef on the Hoof"
"Blazing Colts"
"Branded"
"Red Amlloy"

Forty-One (April, 1958)

Title: "Gun-Fight in Crow Town"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Matt Crow [boss of Crowtown]
Others: Cyclone, an old sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Crowtown, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#43
Synopsis: Matt Crow enjoys bossing people around Crowtown and tries to get the Kid to work for him; the Kid eventually realizes he's not all bad and convinces Matt to become the new town sheriff and use his talents responsibly.

Title: untitled
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Spade [dies] and his Stage robbers [Kitty, Hunk]
Others:
Genre: Western
Setting: Between Abilene and Eagle Rock
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#42
Synopsis: The Kid is riding in a stage which Spade robs; when Spade betrays both Kitty and Hunk, they turn on him and Hunk kills Spade.

Title: "Origin of the Two-Gun Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bull Yaeger [gunfighter] and his gang
Others: Cyclone, Seth Harder [rancher, Two-Gun Kid's father, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#44
Synopsis: Clay Harder returns home to find Bull trying to steal his father's ranch; Bull kills Seth, but Clay fights back and defeats Bull's entire gang; the sheriff calls Clay "a regular Two-Gun Kid," providing his new name.

Title: "The Masked Rider!"
Story:
Art: Don Perlin
Heroes: Masked Rider [masked vigilante who is one of the following]: Clyde Lewis [minister], Dr. West [physician], Dave Stockton [lawyer]
Villains: Bart Colly, Red Davis, Wolf Tarr [bank robbers]
Others: Fred [civilian], Sheriff Ray Willard
Genre: Western
Setting: Smoke Ridge, USA
Synopsis: Smoke Ridge is recovering from a tornado when three thieves steal the town's recovery money; the Masked Rider recovers the funds, but who was he? Lewis, Stockton or West? None of the three men will admit to it.

Forty-Two (June, 1958)

Title: "The Giant of Rawhide Ridge!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Morgan Trumbull [giant rancher]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Rawhide Ridge
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#124
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid outfoxes the land-grabbing Trumbull by having local ranchers buy the land he needs to drive his cattle out to sell them, rendering his herd worthless.

Title: "Mystery in Mustang Mesa!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sam Murdock [rustler, dies]
Others: Wade Thompson [rancher], Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Mustang Mesa
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#37
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid exposes Murdock, who was stealing his friend Ben's cattle.

Title: "Trouble in Devil's Gap!"
Story:
Art: Jack Keller
Heroes: Edmund Mulford [newspaper owner]
Villains: Big Bill Tremaine [casino owner] and his followers
Others: Judd [townsperson], Merton [cafe owner], Mrs. Barton [reporter], Mark Gibbons [US Marshal]
Genre: Western
Setting: Devil's Gap
Synopsis: Mulford starts to run a newspaper, but Tremaine fears he'll speak out against his casino and orders his presses destroyed. Sure enough, Mulford learns about Tremaine murdering Mrs. Barton's husband and hand-prints a newspaper revealing this. Tremaine tries to kill Mulford, but Gibbons arrives and arrests him, having been summoned by Mrs. Barton. Mulford makes Mrs. Barton one of his reporters.

Title: "The Gun-Fighter"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Others: Cyclone, Ann Norton, Jack Trelawny [young gunfighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#41
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid talks Jack out of being a gunfighter by relating his origin and how after he had become a sharp gunfighter, he found himself challenged by others everywhere he went.

Forty-Three (August, 1958)

Title: "The Daltons Ride Again!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Luke Morgan [gunfighter], Wolf Dalton [dies], Red Dalton, Sam Dalton [three brothers, outlaws]
Others: Cyclone, Ann Norton [from #42], Jim Norton [Ann's father], Jeff Smith [Ann's boyfriend]
Genre: Western
Setting: Trail's End; Sundown, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: After the Kid bests Luke Morgan, he is summoned back to Sundown by Ann because the Dalton brothers are running amuck. Despite the objections of Ann's father, the Kid aids them, playing on the Daltons' pride to make them turn on each other; when Wolf tries to use one of his brothers as a human shield against the Kid, his other brother kills him, permanently breaking up the gang.

Title: "Gunfight at Gila Rock!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Big Ben Bronson [muscular bully]
Others: Cyclone, Doc Robbins [town doctor]
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Rock
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#104
Synopsis: The Kid finds Bronson is running Gila Rock as he sees fit; the Kid stands up to him and his example inspires the other townsfolk, until Bronson is driven out of town.

Title: "Marked Man!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Clay Mitchell [teenager]
Villains: "Doc" Polk [robber], Steve Mills, "Whip" Brent [gunmen]
Others: Gus Yancey [store owner], Roy Jones [justice of the peace], Sheriff Tad Shaw [Tomahawk's sheriff], Mr. Bolton [Pony Express manager], Clem Felton [railroad paymaster]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tomahawk
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#114
Synopsis: Clay steals a gun and is quickly caught. When he's released from prison, no one will hire him. "Doc" Polk offers to let him join his gang in a robbery and Clay complies, but then turns on the gang during the escape, helping the law apprehend them. After this, Clay easily finds a real job.

Title: "Prisoner of the Apaches!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Big Hank Jessup [thief], Apaches
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Silver City
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#22
Synopsis: The Kid is awakened by Jessup, who steals his guns and Cyclone. Cyclone throws Jessup off, but then Apaches kidnap Jessup. The Kid rescues Jessup and forgives him for the robbery, but turns him over to the law for disturbing his sleep.

Forty-Four (October, 1958)

"Gunfight at Rawhide Ridge"
"The Other Two-Gun Kid"
"Maverick"
"The Day the Kid Was Helpless"

Forty-Five (December, 1958)

Title: "The Gunhawk!"
Story:
Art: George Tuska
Heroes: Ross Flint [sheriff]
Villains: Gunhawk [Matt McCabe, outlaw]
Others: Anne Flint [Ross' wife, former lover of Gunhawk]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sand Flat
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#15
Synopsis: Gunhawk, a fast-gun, returns to Sand Flat to kill Ross for marrying Anne, but Ross proves to be faster with the gun and sends him to jail.

Title: "Gunfight at Midnight"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jonathan Parks [crooked sheriff candidate]
Others: Cyclone, Hobe Smith [gunfighter, sheriff candidate]
Genre: Western
Setting: Cody's Landing, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#24
Synopsis: Parks asks for the Kid to help ensure Smith runs a fair election, but the Kid quickly discovers Parks is crooked and instead helps Smith defeat him.
untitled

Title: "The Revenge of Roaring Bear!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Maneely, Jack Davis
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sam Jethroe [corrupt Indian agent], Big Pete [Sam's ally]
Others: Cyclone, Roaring Bear [Apache chief], Proud Eagle [Roaring Bear's son]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sagamaw City, USA
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid tries to help the Apaches settle their conflict with Sagamaw City, but Sam Jethroe nearly kills Proud Eagle and makes the Apaches think the Kid was his assailant. The Kid exposes Sam's treachery and Proud Eagle recovers in time to save the Kid from his people's vengeance.

Forty-Six (February, 1959)

"The Youngers Take Over"
"The Comanches Strike"
"The Day the Badmen Struck"
"Gunman's Showdown"

Forty-Seven (April, 1959)

"The Sheriff Had a Son"
"The End of the Two-Gun Kid"
"With Gun in Hand"
"Draw! Or Turn Tail"

Forty-Eight (June, 1959)

"Showdown at Sunset"
"The Day of the Badman"
"Origin of the Two-Gun Kid"
"War on Rustlers' Range"

Forty-Nine (August, 1959)

Title: "The Man Who Out-Drew the Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Will Scragg [would-be badman]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Silver City; May 12, Ten Notch, Texas
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#113
Synopsis: Scragg challenges the Two-Gun Kid, having been beset by others growing up he wants to prove how tough he is; however, when he and the Kid face off Scragg loses his nerve; the Kid suggests he become a deputy and use his talent for good.

Title: "The Fox Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: The Fox [disguise artist]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Gopher Gulch
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#30
Synopsis: The Fox disguises himself as an old man and tricks the Kid into fighting the posse pursuing him. Learning his error, the Kid pursues the Fox and finds him disguised as a woman, undone by buttoning his clothing the way a man would.

Title: "When Rustlers Ride"
Story:
Art: Gene Colan
Heroes: Jim Turner [rancher]
Villains: Barlow [Jim's rival], cattle rustlers
Others: Betty [Jim's fiancée]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Jim's ranch is suffering from cattle rustling and Barlow is trying to take Betty away from him, but Jim fights back against the rustlers, who prove to be Barlow's agents; Jim defeats Barlow and proceeds with his engagement to Betty.

Title: "Sacrifice for the Sioux!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Hank Quantrell [outlaw]
Others: Cyclone, Red Feather [Sioux chief], the Sioux
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#25
Synopsis: The Kid pursues Quantrell, but Quantrell is caught by the Sioux; the Kid fends off the Sioux and rescues Quantrell to bring him in, while the Sioux are honoured to have fought the Two-Gun Kid.

Fifty (October, 1959)

Title: "The Sioux Strike!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Joe Sinnott
Villains: Wade Harper [landowner]
Others: Sioux, Great Bear [Sioux chief, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Eagle Pass Canyon, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#107
Synopsis: Wade fears approaching settlers will take his land. He offers guns to help the Sioux drive them out; Great Bear refuses, but a younger brave challenges him and kills him; the Sioux attack the settlers but are beaten; the Sioux have revenge on Wade for involving them in his troubles and Wade is never seen again; the settlers don't stop in Wade's area as they were headed to California.

Title: "At the Count of Three -- Draw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Cole, Jim and Bob Younger [outlaws], Nick Varga [minor criminal]
Others: Dr. T. Thornton [physician], Sheriff Thompson [Tumbleweed lawman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tumbleweed, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#20
Synopsis: Just as Two-Gun is about to duel the Youngers, a runaway stage drives through and the Kid stops it, but suffers a head injury; Dr. Thornton discovers the Kid's eyesight is temporarily lost; Varga hears this and challenges the Kid to a duel, but the Kid defeats him by following the sound of his voice. When the sheriff returns to town, the Youngers depart.

Title: "A Dude There Was!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid [poses as "Cuthbert Smith"]
Villains: Spade Sampson, Lunk Murdock
Others: Cyclone, Ben Norbett [New York reporter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Trail's End, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#19
Synopsis: The Kid finds Norbett was beaten up by Spade and Lunk; the Kid poses as "Cuthbert Smith" and Spade and Lunk mistake the Kid for a "dude." The Kid beats both men in a gunfight.

Title: "Shootout in the Silver Mine!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Boss Torbull [mine owner, dies]
Others: Cyclone, Mary Sue Lester [Ned's wife], Ned Lester [miner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Silvertown, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#18
Synopsis: Torbull is cruel to his workers in the silver mine but Two-Gun Kid joins the workforce and leads them against Torbull; Torbull accidentally collapses his mine and buries himself alive.

Fifty-One

Title: "My Gun for Hire!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sam Klaw [Circle-K rancher] and his men [Bull]
Others: Cyclone, Jess Murdock [rancher, rival of Klaw], Jean Murdock [Jess' daughter], Tom Clark [Jess' foreman]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#39
Synopsis: The Kid meets Klaw and hears he's in a range war with the Murdocks, but quickly realizes the Murdocks are the ones being wronged and forces Klaw to sign a confession.

Title: "Five Guns Against the Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jethroe [stage driver, secret thief, dies], four stage robbers
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Pecos Landing, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#27
Synopsis: Jethroe's stage is supposedly being robbed; the Kid discovers Jethroe is helping the bandits; in a fight with the gang, Jethroe falls off a cliff.

Title: "The Kid Gets Gun-Shy"
Story:
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Caleb Hayes [gunfighter]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#29
Synopsis: During a gunfight with Caleb, the Kid's gun misfires and explodes in his hand. While his right hand heals, the Kid decides to give up gunplay; however, Caleb seizes the opportunity to prop himself up as a tough guy; finally, the Kid takes up a gun again to stop Caleb.

Title: "The Vengeance of Spade Corbell!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Al Williamson
Heroes: Dan Davis [judge, attorney]
Villains: Spade Corbell [outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Arizona; Tumbleweed Territory, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#37; Al Williamson: Hidden Lands
Synopsis: Davis sentences Corbell to prison and Corbell vows revenge. Years later, Corbell gets out and tracks down Davis, challenging him to a gunfight. However, Davis is an excellent gunman and defeats Corbell.

Fifty-Two (February, 1960)

Title: "Championship Rodeo"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Lightnin' Lawson [rodeo performer]
Others: Cyclone, Mr. Corbet [rodeo owner], Black Thunder [rodeo horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#17
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid goes to work at Corbet's rodeo without giving his name; Lawson keeps trying to provoke a fight with the Kid, but when Corbet learns who the Kid is, he makes him a featured player, while Lawson flees rather than fight the Kid.
"The Origin of the Two-Gun Kid"

Title: "Showdown at the Circle-C!"
Story:
Art: Carl Burgos
Heroes: Wade Smith [meek man]
Villains: Ox Murdock [cowboy]
Others: Mr. Curtis [ranch owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Circle-C Ranch, northern Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#105
Synopsis: Ox always abuses his strength; when Curtis tells his men to elect a new foreman, Smith runs against Murdock; Ox beats Wade repeatedly, but the men vote for Smith because he refuses to give up against a superior adversary; Ox is driven out of the ranch.
"The Apaches Strike"
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#21

Fifty-Three (April, 1960)

Title: untitled
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Harper Gang
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Gila Pass, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#99
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid comes to Gila Pass and finds the Harpers laying siege to the town; he quickly defeats the gang.

Title: "The Sheriff's Showdown!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Dance Drago and his gang
Others: Sheriff Ned Smith [Riata's lawman], Mrs. Smith [sheriff's wife], Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Riata, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#99
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid learns Drago's gang are preparing for a showdown with Sheriff Smith; to protect the sheriff, the Kid defeats the gang himself.

Title: "Revenge!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art:
Heroes: Joe Granger [young gunman]
Villains: Hank Harley [wealthy land owner]
Others: Martin Granger [Joe's father, farmer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Dakotas, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#99
Synopsis: Hank forces the Grangers to surrender their farm to him; Joe grows up to become a gunman so he can have revenge on Hank, but when he finally faces him, finds Hank is a destitute old man; he leaves Hank alone.

Title: "Colts Blaze in Booneville"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Navahos
Others: Tom, Clem [civilians], Cyclone,
Genre: Western
Setting: Booneville, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#99
Synopsis: The people of Booneville don't want the Two-Gun Kid in town, but he saves them from an attack by Navahos.

Fifty-Four (June, 1960)

Title: "The Guns of Sam Savage!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Sam Savage [land-grabber]
Others: Cyclone, Simmons [rancher]
Genre: Western
Setting: Arizona
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#15
Synopsis: Savage is driving men from their ranches, so the Two-Gun Kid buys Simmons' ranch, challenges Savage's authority and beats him in a fight.

Title: "Dance, or Draw, Tenderfoot!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: "Gentleman" Jim Corbett [boxer]
Villains: Hank [tough guy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: Men assume Jim is a weakling, but he easily roughs up Hank as he's the world's heavyweight boxing champion.
Notes: Retold from "the Tenderfoot" in Wild Western#50.

Title: "Be Outta Town Before Noon, Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Cyclone
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Blackie Nash [town boss] and his men [Whitey]
Others: Cyclone, Nora [Blackie's girlfriend]
Genre: Western
Setting: Nashtown, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: Blackie runs Nashtown as his own, but is threatened by Two-Gun Kid's presence. The Kid departs when Blackie asks him to, but Nora appeals to the Kid to overthrow Blackie's cruel leadership. The Kid agrees and captures Blackie, forcing his men to stand down and giving a chance for democracy in Nashtown.

Title: "The Two-Gun Kid, Murderer!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Ox Opper [large man, dies]
Others: Cyclone, Bobby Gill [mute child]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#14
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid stops Ox from bullying Bobby, then takes the mute child under his wing. One night, Ox is found dead with the Kid's gun nearby. The Kid is put on trial but finally saved when Bobby finds his voice and reveals Ox stole the Kid's gun then tripped and set it off, killing himself.

Fifty-Five (August, 1960)

Title: "The Fury of Ox Miller!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Ox Miller [fist-fighter]
Genre: Western
Setting: western town
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#15; Two-Gun Kid#120
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid drives off Ox Miller in a fist-fight.

Title: "The Deadly Dude!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Butler Brothers
Others: Cyclone, Torpey [miner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#31
Synopsis: The Butlers try to drive Torpey away from his mine, but the Kid defends the mine and bests the Butlers.

Title: "The Outlaw!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Villains: Jeb Howard [bank robber]
Genre: Western
Setting: Mesa Gap
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#1
Synopsis: Howard successfully robs a bank, but the constant terror of being caught drives him back to turn himself in.

Title: "When the Kid Was Marked for Murder!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Natchez Krull [gunfighter]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, USA
Synopsis: Natchez challenges the Kid to a duel, but the Kid slips in a puddle of milk and loses the draw, being wounded in the arm; when healed, the Kid returns for a rematch and this time bests Natchez.

Fifty-Six (October, 1960)

Title: "Colts Blaze in Boomtown!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: John Severin
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Others: Charlie [old janitor], Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Boomtown, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#23
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid sees people mocking Charlie about his supposed long-lost son and claims to be Charlie's son, forcing them to treat Charlie with respect; only the town sheriff knows Charlie never had a son.
"The Guns of the Two-Gun Kid"
"The Two-Gun's Revenge"
"On the Trail of the Tombstone Kid"

Fifty-Seven (December, 1960)

"Shootout With Sundance Slade Part 1"
"He Wore a Star"
"The Man Who Hated Guns"

Fifty-Eight (February, 1961)

Title: "The Legend of the Two-Gun Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bull Yaeger [kills Seth Harder, dies]
Others: Cyclone, Seth Harder [Two-Gun Kid's father, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundown
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#101
Synopsis: When Yaeger kills his father the Two-Gun Kid tracks him down; during their fight, Yaeger falls from a cliff and dies.

Title: "The Monster of Hidden Valley!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Monster of Hidden Valley [bison wearing costume], Morgan Yancy [cattle rustler]
Others: Cyclone, Dan Carter [rancher]
Genre: Western, Monster
Setting: Hidden Valley, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#16
Synopsis: The Kid finds Hidden Valley is terrified by a monster, but it turns out to be a bison wearing a costume; Yancy designed it to distract locals from his rustling, which the Kid puts an end to.

Title: "When Bull Braddock Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Joe Dorne [cattle rancher]
Villains: Bull Braddock [Joe's rival, stage robber]
Others: Kathy Dorne [Joe's wife]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#103
Synopsis: When Braddock insists Joe remove his fences, Joe complies; Kathy is ashamed of Joe for not standing up for himself. Later, Kathy is riding a stage when it's robbed, but Joe rides to her rescue, overwhelming the thieves. The head robber turns out to be Braddock and Joe is redeemed in Kathy's eyes.

Fifty-Nine (April, 1961)

Title: "At the Mercy of Wolf Waco!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Wolf Waco
Others: Cyclone, unnamed doctor
Genre: Western
Setting: Lone Pine
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#101
Synopsis: When the Kid's hands are damaged saving a boy from a burning building, Wolf Waco takes advantage by forcing the Kid to ride with him and scare people off; however, the Kid's hands heal faster than Waco expects, because the doctor tending the Kid is the father of the boy he rescued.

Title: "The Swap!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Charlie Duff [gold prospector]
Villains: Yates [wealthy land owner]
Genre: Western
Setting: Unidentified western town
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#97
Synopsis: When Charlie announces he's found gold, Yates attempts to swindle him, claiming he found oil on his land; Charlie swaps land with him, but Charlie's gold turns out to be fool's gold-- and Charlie really does find oil on Yates' property!

Title: "Guns Blaze on the Tombstone Trail"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Wyoming Bates, Lunk Morton [bushwhackers]
Others: Cyclone
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#103
Synopsis: As the Kid is riding to Tombstone he's ambushed by Bates and Morton, who wound him in the arm; despite this, the Kid manages to defeat both men, then collapses from his injury.
Notes: Final appearance of Clay Harder as the Two-Gun Kid.

Sixty

Title: "The Beginning of the Two-Gun Kid"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid [Matt Hawk, lawyer, becomes masked hero]
Villains: Clem Carter [robber, Nancy's step-brother] and his gang
Others: Thunder [Two-Gun Kid/Matt Hawk's horse], Nancy Carter [Tombstone schoolteacher, romantic interest for Matt], Ben Dancer [retired gunfighter, trains Matt Hawk]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#120; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid
Synopsis: Matt comes to Tombstone from the east to open law offices, but locals such as Clem mock him; after befriending Ben Dancer, Matt is trained by him in strength, combat, gunmanship and horseriding; Ben gives Matt Thunder and Matt decides to call himself Two-Gun Kid, after the fictional Clay Harder character, maintaining a double identity to protect his life as Matt. After Ben leaves Tombstone, Clem's gang raids his stagecoach but Two-Gun Kid comes to Ben's rescue and lets the gang go free out of respect for Nancy; Ben warns Two-Gun Kid Clem will be a problem again.
Notes: Matt Hawk becomes the new lead character as of this issue.

Title: "I Hate The Two-Gun Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Clem Carter [dies], his partners
Others: Nancy Carter, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona
Reprinted In: Gunslingers; Mighty Marvel Western#3; Mighty Marvel Western#35; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid; Marvel Firsts: the 1960s
Synopsis: The Kid tries to bring Clem Carter to justice, but one of his partners kills him; the Kid is suspected of the deed and Nancy is left hating him.

Title: "The Outcast"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Don Heck
Heroes: Tall Feather [Navajo]
Villains: Takawana [wanna-be chieftain]
Others: Growling Bear [chieftain of Navajo]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old west
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#26; Marvel Milestones: Rawhide Kid/Two-Gun Kid
Synopsis: Tall Feather exposes Takawana, who wanted his people to fight senseless battles so he could become their chief.

Sixty-One (January, 1963)

Title: "The Odds Against the Kid Seem Hopeless When the Apaches Strike!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Apaches
Others: Nancy Carter, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Near Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#45; Mighty Marvel Western#2
Synopsis: Matt Hawk and Nancy are attacked by Apaches; Matt changes to the Two-Gun Kid and drives them away.

Title: "And Not a Word Was Spoken!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Skinny Smithers [rodeo gunman]
Villains: A one-eyed gunman
Genre: Western
Setting: Unidentified western town
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#90
Synopsis: A one-eyed man causes trouble in a saloon and slaps around a skinny man; when the two draw, the skinny man wins-- he's a professional gunman.
Notes: Contains no speech or text balloons.

Title: "The Killer and the Kid"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jeb Snark [posse leader]
Others: Will Webb [bank teller, accused robber], a marshal, Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#1; Two-Gun Kid#129
Synopsis: Snark raises up a lynch mob to get Webb for robbing the bank; professing innocence, Webb goes to Matt for help, but the mob break into Matt's office to capture Webb. Matt becomes Two-Gun Kid and fends off the mob, ensuring Webb is held by the marshal and given a fair trial. At the trial, Matt exposes Snark as the true robber and Snark flees the courtroom, then doubles back, hoping to kill Matt. However, Snark finds the Two-Gun Kid instead; Nancy arrives with a gun and tries to kill the Kid in revenge for her brother's death, but finds she can't take a life; Snark is shot by the arriving marshal and Nancy gains a new respect for the Two-Gun Kid.

Title: "Two Lives Has He!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Others: Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#100; Rawhide Kid#116
Synopsis: Briefly describes how Two-Gun Kid and Matt Hawk behave differently to maintain his double identity.

Sixty-Two

Title: "Moose Morgan, Gunman at Large!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Moose Morgan [gunfighter], Cal Morgan [Moose's son, bully]
Others: Thunder, Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#90; Mighty Marvel Western#9; Two-Gun Kid#130
Synopsis: Moose hates Nancy's school and encourages his son to drive away the other pupils. When Nancy asks Matt for help, Moose intervenes and roughs him up. Matt becomes the Two-Gun Kid and defeats Moose in a fight, thereafter causing Cal to become a model student.

Title: "The Man Who Changed!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Jack Kirby, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bank robbers [Caleb]
Others: Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#1; Two-Gun Kid#130
Synopsis: Matt is in court during a bank robbery; he slips away, catches the robbers as Two-Gun Kid, then returns to court.
"Johnny the Poet"
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#79

Sixty-Three (May, 1963)

Title: "The Bronc Buster!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Shorty [Laredo's friend], Laredo Smith [bronc buster]
Others: Nancy Carter, Tornado [Laredo's horse]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#60
Synopsis: Laredo mocks Matt when he refuses to try and ride Tornado; ashamed to have refused before Nancy, Matt slips away and returns as Two-Gun Kid to ride Tornado, breaking the horse. Then as Matt, he rides the horse simply, causing people to assume Tornado wasn't wild to begin with. Nancy is impressed with Matt and Laredo's reputation is wounded.

Title: "The Guns of Wild Bill Taggert!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Wild Bill Taggert [range robber, dies] and his gang [Luke]
Others: Thunder, Ken Kinkaid [rancher], Dr. Jasper Grimm, Nancy Carter, Mr. Smith [bartender], Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#121
Synopsis: Wild Bill tries to force Kinkaid to give up his ranch through violence; when the Kid stops Bill's men, Bill's tries challenging Kinkaid to a duel and murdering him; when even this fails, the Kid takes up arms against Bill and Bill is killed when a ricochet from his own gun strikes him.
"The Lawman Cometh"

Sixty-Four (July, 1963)

Title: "Trapped By Grizzly Grogan!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Grizzly Grogan [big bank robber] and his gang of outlaws
Others: Boom-Boom Brown [blacksmith, former prize-fighter], Nancy Carter, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Gunslingers; Mighty Marvel Western#3; Two-Gun Kid#123
Synopsis: Boom-Boom comes to town and is framed for robbery by Grogan; Matt Hawk proves him innocent in court, then catches Grogan as the Two-Gun Kid.

Title: "Gunman's Gamble!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Hunk Harper [gunfighter]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#4; Mighty Marvel Western#38
Synopsis: Hunk challenges the Kid to a gunfight immediately after a gunmanship exhibition; the Kid realizes his guns are empty, but beats Hunk with some quick hand-to-hand attacks.

Title: "Gunslinger!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Hank Wilson [young gunfighter]
Villains: Seven-Notch Stacy [gunfighter]
Others: Curly [bartender], a sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Caldwell County, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#80; Two-Gun Kid#123
Synopsis: Hank practices until he's an excellent gunman then decides to use his skill to become a thief, but is surprised from behind by the sheriff, who observes the best gunfighting in the world means nothing to the wiser man.

Sixty-Five

Title: "Nothing Can Save Fort Henry!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Major Dave Dixon [Cavalry physician, traitor, dies], Apaches, Roaring Bear [Apache chief, superhuman strength]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder, US Cavalry, Colonel Clark [Cavalry officer]
Genre: Western
Setting: Fort Henry; Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#2; Two-Gun Kid#112
Synopsis: Matt defends Major Dixon for selling army goods; Dixon is discharged from the army. Dixon allies himself to the Apaches and gives them guns plus a strength potion which creates a massive stallion and grants Roaring Bear superhuman strength. The Apaches and Dixon attack Fort Henry, with the Two-Gun Kid and Boom-Boom helping defend the base, but not even Boom-Boom's strength can match Roaring Bear, although the Kid proves a superior fighter. Finally, the Apaches retreat, hurling dynamite at the fort. Still loyal to the flag, Dixon smothers the explosion, sacrificing his life.

Title: "The Wrath of the Two-Gun Kid!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Moose Miller [tough guy]
Others: Sam [bartender], Dr. Jasper Grimm [Tombstone's physician]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#28
Synopsis: Moose start picking fights in the saloon so the Two-Gun Kid beats him to teach him a lesson.

Title: "Too Frightened to Fight!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Paul Reinman
Heroes: Cob Nester [gunfighter]
Villains: Slick Stone [gunfighter, dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#50; Mighty Marvel Western#38
Synopsis: Slick challenges Cob to a fight; Cob claims he afraid and refuses; Slick goes on to be killed in his next fight; Cob is proud to be alive.

Sixty-Six (November, 1963)

Title: "Trapped by Ringo's Raiders!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jace Ringo [outlaw, dies] and Ringo's Raiders [Nevada, escaped convicts]
Others: Thunder, Nancy Carter, Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#6; Two-Gun Kid#135
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid sends Ringo to prison; Ringo builds new gang from fellow escapees, raid Tombstone, battle Two-Gun in caves, Ringo falls down chasm.

Title: "My Brother, the Gunfighter!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Cody Ferris [gunfighter, dies]
Villains: Bull [gunman, dies]
Others: Dr. Sam Ferris [Cody's brother, physician]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old west
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#87
Synopsis: Cody believes his gunfighting will make him a legend but he finally meets his match and dies, while his brother Sam builds a true reputation in the town which persists long after Cody is forgotten.

Sixty-Seven (January, 1964)

Title: "The Fangs of the Fox!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: The Fox [Professor Steven Stanley and his brother, masked bandit], Cole Younger, Bob Younger, Jim Younger
Others: Thunder, Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#116
Synopsis: Although the Two-Gun Kid defeats the Younger Brothers, they vow their boss, the Fox, will be back. Professor Stanley comes to town to aid against the Fox and begins to romance Nancy. The Fox seems able to anticipate any plan and be in multiple places at once; the Kid finally discovers Stanley and his twin brother are the Fox and captures the brothers.

Title: "The Man Called: Durant!"
Story:
Art:
Heroes: Durant [man from Chicago
Villains: Bull [tough guy]
Others: sheriff
Genre: Western
Setting: Butte Gap, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#86
Synopsis: Durant frightens off Bull when he notices the 14 notches on his gun, but Durant is really just a tenderfoot who whittles a lot. The local sheriff makes him his deputy to help scare off men like Bull.

Sixty-Eight

Title: "The Macabre Mystery of the Purple Phantom!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Purple Phantom [Hunk Hondo, land grabber, rustler], Smasher [strong thug]
Others: Thunder, Boom-Boom Brown, Seth Perkins [land owner], Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#93; Two-Gun Kid#136
Synopsis: The Kid defends Seth Perkins, who is in danger of losing his land to Hondo, who uses the Purple Phantom guise to protect his identity. After realizing the Phantom has no real powers, the Kid easily defeats him.
"The Legend of Grizzly-Bear Baker"
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#93

Sixty-Nine

Title: "The Badman Called Goliath!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Goliath [300 pound strongman]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder, Nancy Carter, the justice of the peace
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#105; Two-Gun Kid#132
Synopsis: Goliath throws his weight around Tombstone and the sheriff locks him up, but he breaks out and flees; the Two-Gun Kid pursues him, but Goliath knocks him off a cliff and returns to town. Goliath tries to force a justice of the peace to marry him to Nancy, but the Kid returns and in the ensuing brawl, a lamp causes a fire while Goliath's foot is trapped in a sunken wooden plank; the Kid saves Goliath from the fire, but the flames and smoke permanently destroy Goliath's vision.

Title: "Six-Gun Showdown in Sundance!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Sol Brodsky
Heroes: Sheriff Calhoun [wounded lawman]
Villains: Rink Olsten [outlaw]
Genre: Western
Setting: Sundance, USA
Reprinted In: Ghost Rider#4
Synopsis: Sheriff Calhoun breaks his arm when his horse trips and throws him; however, the sheriff still manages to bluff Olsten into leaving the town, not realizing the sheriff's injury.

Seventy (July, 1964)

Title: "The Amazing Mr. Hurricane!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Hurricane [Harry Kane, gunman, gains superhuman speed]
Others: Thunder, a medicine man, Boom-Boom Brown, Dr. Jasper Grimm, Nancy Carter, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#106; Two-Gun Kid#133
Synopsis: After Two-Gun Kid breaks up a train robbery, Harry Kane flees into the desert and finds a medicine man preparing a potion to increase speed; Kane takes the potion when it's struck by lightning; ingesting the liquid, Kane gains superhuman speed. Donning a colourful costume, he begins a crimespree as Hurricane, easily running circles around the law and Two-Gun Kid. However, eventually he begins to tire and the Kid catches up. Breaking an ankle, Hurricane is rendered helpless and captured. Matt Hawk defends Kane in court and the criminal is put on probation.
Notes: Hurricane returns in Western Gunfighters#3.
"The Last Bullet"

Seventy-One

Title: "Showdown With Jesse James!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, George Bell
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Frank and Jesse James, Bob Ford
Others: Boom-Boom Brown [learns Matt Hawk is the Two-Gun Kid]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#94; Two-Gun Kid#125
Synopsis: Jealous of the Two-Gun Kid's notoriety, Jesse James captures Matt Hawk and Boom-Boom Brown to lure the Two-Gun Kid out; Hawk switches to his other identity and they scuffle, but Jesse's fight is called off by his brother Frank, disgusted with Jesse's actions.
Notes: Jesse James returns in Two-Gun Kid#78.

Title: "Action at Arrow Rock!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber, George Bell
Villains: Buffalo Sam, Matt Fallon [gun dealers, die]
Others: Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Arrow Rock
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#94
Synopsis: Matt and Sam sell guns to the Apaches, who tell Matt they will use them to invade "Lapo-Roja"; after their wagon breaks down at Arrow Rock, Sam happens to reveal the Apaches call Arrow Rock "Lapo-Rojo".

Seventy-Two

Title: "Two Guns Against Geronimo!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Howling Wolf [renegade Apache], Sneed Sawyer [robber]
Others: Thunder, Geronimo [Apache leader], Boom-Boom Brown, Nancy Carter, Sheriff Brett Barton, Apaches
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#11; Two-Gun Kid#127
Synopsis: Sneed tries to rile Tombstone up against the Apaches just as Howling Wolf is trying to convince Geronimo to make an attack. The Two-Gun Kid prevents Sneed from starting a war but when Geronimo finds his nephew Tall Bear killed the Apaches come to Tombstone demanding Sneed's life, supposing him to be the killer. The Kid challenges Howling Wolf in combat and finally beats him, forcing him to reveal he was Tall Bear's killer, hoping to force Geronimo's hand. Geronimo turns Howling Wolf over to the white men and rides away.
Notes:
"The Last Gunfight"

Seventy-Three

Title: "The Guns of the Galloway Gang!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, Frank Giacoia
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Hunk Galloway and his gang [Blackie, "Fats" Felton]
Others: Thunder, Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Cal [deputy], Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#5; Two-Gun Kid#122
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid, Boom-Boom, sheriff and Cal repel an attack by the Galloway Gang, so Galloway goes on a recruitment drive, returning with more than a dozen men; although they begin the raid of Tombstone successfully, barricading Boom-Boom, the sheriff and Cal inside the sheriff's office, the Kid sets the trio free and the four men defeat Galloway's entire gang.

Title: "The Little Hombre!"
Story: Stan Lee, Larry Lieber
Art: Larry Lieber
Heroes: A blacksmith
Villains: Lewt and three other bullies
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Lewt and his friends enjoy tormenting men without guns, but a new arrival refuses to be intimidated by them; when they start a fight he easily defeats them - he's the new town blacksmith.

Seventy-Four (March, 1965)

Title: "Dakota Thompson Strikes!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Dakota Thompson [outlaw, dies] and his gang, Timothy Thompson [Dakota's son]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Judge Abernathy, Boom-Boom Brown, Nancy Carter, Dr. Jasper Grimm, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#107
Synopsis: Matt Hawk defends Timothy after an armed robbery; although Timothy receives just 6 months in prison, Dakota is outraged and organizes his gang to spring his son. The Two-Gun Kid tries to stop them, but Dakota shoots him in his right arm. After being bandaged by Dr. Grimm, the Kid pursues the Thompson gang into the hills, but winds up pinned between Dakota and Timothy. However, Timothy refuses to fire on the Kid. When the sheriff's posse arrive, Dakota tries to shield his son from them and is instead trampled by their horses. Dakota dies, telling Timothy he was wrong; Timothy surrenders to the posse.
"Mightier Than the Gun"

Seventy-Five

Title: "Remember the Alamo!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Wolf Fargo and his gang [die], Mescaleros
Others: Jim Bowie [dies], Sheriff Brett Barton, Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: 1836, Tombstone, Arizona; the Alamo, Texas; Fargo's outlaw town, Texas, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#134; Two-Gun Kid#95
Synopsis: The Kid meets Bowie, who helps him defeat the Wolf Fargo gang; when news comes the Alamo is under siege, the Kid rides there, but is too late. Learning the Fargo gang destroyed a bridge that might have given the cavalry time to aid the Alamo, he tracks down Fargo as Matt Hawk in an outlaw town; Fargo jails him, but he breaks out and chases after Fargo; Fargo runs into a Native war party and is killed by them.
Notes: The Two-Gun Kid's adventures are normally set in 1860s-1870s.
"Man of the West" from Rawhide Kid#34

Seventy-Six

Title: "Trapped on the Train of Doom!"
Story: Stan Lee
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Samson Scragg [rancher, hates railroad, dies] and his men
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Nancy Carter, Dr. Jasper Grimm, Sheriff Brett Barton, Deputy Merkle, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#110
Synopsis: Samson hates the railroad for coming through his property; he weakens a trestle and hires men to ensure the train crashes over the trestle, but Two-Gun stops the attempted train hijackers. When Samson flees from Two-Gun Kid he accidentally rides across the trestle, which collapses and kills him.
"A Man and His Gun!" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#95

Seventy-Seven (September, 1965)

Title: "The Panther Will Get You If You Don't Watch Out!"
Story: Al Hartley
Art: Dick Ayers, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Panther [Professor Elixir], his gang
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona; Limestone Trail, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#119
Synopsis: The Panther, disguised as a medicine man, commits robberies, but the Two-Gun Kid tracks him to his base and the Panther is finally caught by a real-life panther.
"Return of the Bad Man" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#96

Seventy-Eight (November, 1965)

Title: "The Revenge of Jesse James!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jesse James [last in #71] and his gang [none identified by name]
Others: Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#111
Synopsis: Jesse kidnaps Nancy while holding up a train and decides to promote himself to her students as a noble outlaw; the Two-Gun Kid tracks him down, defeats him, then humiliates him before the students.
"Badman Behind Bars" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#101

Seventy-Nine (January, 1966)

Title: "The River Rats!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Carl Hubbell
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Joe "Goliath" Morgan [blacksmith, boxer], gang of river rats [Luke]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Waco Smith [Goosebend sheriff], Bobby [restaurant owner's son], Thunder, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Goosebend; Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#4; Two-Gun Kid#114
Synopsis: While visiting Smith in Goosebend, Matt becomes Two-Gun Kid to round up Luke's gang of river rats during a heist. When the rats are released, they convince strongman Joe Morgan to work for them as a touring boxer, Joe Goliath. Although Joe's matches bring in money, Luke adds to their earnings by committing robberies while townsfolk are distracted. They finally head to Tombstone and have Joe issue a challenge against the Two-Gun Kid, hoping for revenge. Boom-Boom is the first to respond, but Joe defeats him; the Kid spars with Joe for awhile, until he realizes the gang are robbing Tombstone; breaking away, the Kid rounds up the river rats and Joe resolves to give up boxing, seeing how he'd been used.
Notes: Retitled "Tombstone Target" in reprint.
"Johnny the Poet" from Two-Gun Kid#62

Eighty

Title: "Showdown With Billy the Kid!"
Story: Larry Lieber, Steve Skeates
Art: Dick Ayers, Mickey Demeo
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: William Bonney [Billy the Kid]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Nancy Carter, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: New York; Tombstone, Arizona
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#7; Two-Gun Kid#115
Synopsis: Inspired by tales of the Two-Gun Kid, Bonney comes to Tombstone and is mentored by the Two-Gun Kid himself; he becomes an infamous outlaw, then returns to Tombstone to duel the Kid and loses; he rides off indignant, determined to prove himself.
"Gunslinger" from Two-Gun Kid#64

Eighty-One

Title: "The Hidden Gun"
Story: Steve Skeates, Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Bill Roman
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Count Darius Zamora [Bavarian nobleman], Eric [Zamora's ward], Hans [Zamora's servant]
Others: Thunder, Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#8
Synopsis: Zamora comes to Tombstone to receive a ranch from an inheritance. When Zamora tries to romance Nancy, Matt objects and the two men hold a duel. However, Eric hires a gunman to snipe Matt from a distance, hoping Zamora would be blamed and killed so Eric could inherit the ranch. Matt survives his injury and as the Two-Gun Kid exposes Eric's plot. Zamora decides to leave Tombstone.
"Hoofbeats of Doom" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#103

Eighty-Two (July, 1966)

Title: "Here Come the Conchos!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Mike Esposito
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Bart Concho, Rafe Concho [robbers] and their gang [Sam, Joe]
Others: Thunder, Wayde Logan [former member of Concho gang], Mr. Corbett [general store owner], Lucy Corbett [shop owner's daughter], Sheriff Brett Barton, Ed [rancher], US Army
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#96
Synopsis: Wayde leaves the Conchos' gang and goes to work at Corbett's general store, falling in love with Lucy. However, the Conchos rob Tombstone and during the robbery claim Wayde helped them; Matt Hawk defends Wayde, but the gang come back to town and free Wayde, forcing him to rejoin their gang. They heist an army payroll from a train, but the Two-Gun Kid pursues them and with Wayde's help, rounds up the gang.

Title: "All in a Day's Work"
Story: Bill Everett
Art: Bill Everett
Heroes: Jake [stage driver]
Villains: Cochino and his renegade Natives, stagecoach robbers
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Reprinted In: Rawhide Kid#88
Synopsis: Jake faces renegades, floods and robbers, but overcomes them all and considers it just another trip.

Eighty-Three (September, 1966)

Title: "They Call Him -- Durango!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Durango [Mexican, wields whip] and his gang [bank robbers], cattle rustlers, Dooley gang
Others: Thunder, Boom-Boom Brown [briefly becomes Two-Gun Kid], Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#12; Two-Gun Kid#131
Synopsis: The Kid stops a gang of cattle rustlers; in town, he makes a second Two-Gun Kid costume for emergencies. Durango comes to town and begins taking notes on activities until he's ready for a bank robbery, drugging the sheriff to keep him sidelined. However, the Kid interrupts the robbery and while Durango's gang gets away, they leave without the money. Durango returns and demands the Kid face him in a duel; the Kid agrees, but Durango has extra men ready to ambush him and forces the Kid to unmask; the Kid unmasks, but Boom-Boom arrives in the extra costume, causing locals to assume Matt Hawk was pretending to be the Kid. Matt and Boom-Boom quickly trade places and the real Kid defeats Durango.
"The Frightened Man" from Rawhide Kid#39

Eighty-Four

Title: "Gunslammer!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Jake McCord [leader of robbers]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Frank Parker [rancher], Gunslammer [Wayde Parker], Dr. Jasper Grimm, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#13; Two-Gun Kid#109
Synopsis: Wayde becomes the Gunslammer and becomes a fast draw, defeating the Two-Gun Kid himself; he falls in with the McCord gang, but the Two-Gun Kid shows him McCord has no honour; when McCord attacks the Gunslammer's father, the Gunslammer and Two-Gun Kid join forces to defeat McCord.
"Outlaw's End" from Kid Cot, Outlaw#109

Eighty-Five (January, 1967)

Title: "Fury at Falcon Flats!"
Story: Larry Lieber
Art: Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid, Rawhide Kid
Villains: Burt Larson [outlaw] and his gang
Others: Thunder, Nightwind, US Cavalry [Pecos], Boom-Boom Brown
Genre: Western
Setting: Falcon Flats; Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#108; Two-Gun Kid#126
Synopsis: While Two-Gun Kid battles a gang of robbers, Rawhide Kid arrives and aids him, but one member of the gang, Burt Larson, is an old enemy of Rawhide. Stealing one of Rawhide Kid's garters, Burt escapes with his gang and subsequently rob a Cavalry payroll, leaving the garter on the scene. Later, as Rawhide visits Matt Hawk in Tombstone, Burt plants some of the stolen money in Nightwind's saddle bags. The army arrest Rawhide and Matt defends him, but Rawhide is sentenced to death. Two-Gun saves Rawhide from the firing squad and they pursue Burt to Falcon Flats; Rawhide dons phosphorecent dye to appear as a ghost to the gang, terrifying them and making it easier for the two heroes to defeat them; Burt makes a confession to the army, saving Rawhide's life.
"The Fastest Draw" from Rawhide Kid#40

Eighty-Six (March, 1967)

Title: "The Challenge of Cole Younger"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Vic Carrabotta, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Cole Younger
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#97
Synopsis: Younger arrives in Tombstone for revenge on Matt Hawk for once refusing to take a case for his brother; he beats up Hawk, but then as the Two-Gun Kid, Hawk beats him with the help of Boom-Boom.

Title: "The Looter Strikes!"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Al Hartley, Vince Colletta
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: The Looter
Others: Dr. Jasper Grimm, Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder, Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#97; Mighty Marvel Western#26
Synopsis: The sheriff is wounded thwarting a bank robbery, leading the Looter to believe Tombstone is ripe for the picking, but the Two-Gun Kid defeats him and his gang.
Notes: Nancy is mistakenly called "Sally" in this story.
"The Man Called: Durant" from Two-Gun Kid#67

Eighty-Seven

Title: "The Sidewinders and the Stallion!"
Story: Ron Whyte
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Luke Warren and his gang [Zeb, Bart, Frank, Clem, cattle rustlers]
Others: Jess Rumson [cattle rancher, deceased], Thunder, Boom-Boom Brown, Nancy Carter
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#118
Synopsis: Matt battles Warren's rustlers, but they shoot him and take Thunder. After recovering, Two-Gun Kid follows Thunder's special horseshoes to the rustlers' hideout, reclaims Thunder and captures the gang.
Notes: Nancy is mistakenly called "Sally" in this story. Luke and his gang return in Two-Gun Kid#103.

Title: "Revenge of an Owlhoot!"
Story: Sol Brodsky, Gary Friedrich
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Slick Sawyer [brother of Slug Sawyer, another Two-Gun Kid foe] and his two gunmen, renegade Natives
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#118
Synopsis: Sawyer comes after the Two-Gun Kid for revenge, but the sheriff helps the Kid defeat him.
"My Brother, the Gunfighter" from Two-Gun Kid#66

Eighty-Eight (July, 1967)

Title: "Revenge of the Rattler!"
Story: Roy Thomas
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Rattler [Whirlo, an acrobat]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#113
Synopsis: The new Rattler holds up banks in Tombstone, hoping people would believe he was the original Rattler, but the Two-Gun Kid guesses the truth.
Notes: The original Rattler was first seen in Rawhide Kid#37.

Title: "The Two-Gun Kid Strikes Back"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Mr. Bickert [hold-up man disguised as Two-Gun Kid]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#124
Synopsis: Bickert robs coaches as the Two-Gun Kid, so to clear his name, the Kid hides aboard a stage as an old woman to ambush him.
"The Making of the Man" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#99

Eighty-Nine (September, 1967)

Title: "Three Rode Together!"
Story: Gary Friedrich
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid, Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt
Villains: Pig Porter [stage robber, dies], renegade Natives [most die]
Others: Nightwind, Steel, Thunder, Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#117
Synopsis: The Rawhide Kid is wounded while trying to prevent Porter from robbing a stage and is found by Kid Colt; before they can move on, both are captured by the Two-Gun Kid, who locks them up at Tombstone; Porter forms a mob to lynch the two Kids, so the Two-Gun Kid releases them, to bring them to trial at Tuscon himself; along the way, Colt saves him from renegade Natives and Rawhide saves him from a rattlesnake. Finally, they are attacked by Porter, who falls from a cliff while fighting the Two-Gun Kid. He lies to the Kids, saying Porter confessed to the robbery and sets them both free.
Notes: Two-Gun Kid's first meeting with the Rawhide Kid.

Title: "Lawman of Rattlers Bend!"
Story: Sol Brodsky
Art: Herb Trimpe
Heroes: "Sudden" Sam Smith [marshal]
Villains: Karl Crowder [business man]
Others: "Blackie" and his partner [undercover marshals]
Genre: Western
Setting: Rattler's Bend
Reprinted In: Western Gunfighters#23
Synopsis: Smith arrives in Rattler's Bend to investigate rumours of corruption and turns down a bribe from Crowder; When Blackie and his partner come to town claiming they want Smith dead, Crowder gathers his men to attack simultaneously, but after Smith shoots Blackie and his partner down effortlessly, Crowder's men abandon him. Later, Smith thanks Blackie and his partner for their work at impersonating gunmen.

Ninety (November, 1967)

Title: "Condemned to Hang!"
Story: Denny O'Neil
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Horton Gang [Ben Horton]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Judge Cass
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: As the Horton Gang escape from the Kid and sheriff, one member is left behind; it turns out to be Boom-Boom, who was being held hostage, but must prove his innocence. Matt defends Boom-Boom, but Judge Cass is determined to see him hung. The Kid discovers the judge is being impersonated by Ben Horton himself; he exposes the deception and Boom-Boom is spared from the gallows.
Notes: Sheriff Barton called "Brett Adams" in this issue.
"Moose Morgan, Gunman at Large" from Two-Gun Kid#62

Ninety-One (January, 1968)

Title: "On the Trail of... the Border Hawk!"
Story: Raymond Marais
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Pancho Gonzales [Mexican raider] and his gang [Alfredo, Pepe, Luis]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Captain Collier [33rd Cavalry], Thunder, Tom Brace [rancher], Nina Brace [Tom's daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#10
Synopsis: Pancho raids Tombstone, then goes on to kidnap Nina so he can use her for ransom, but Two-Gun Kid rescues Nina and captures Pancho.

Title: "Wanted: the Two-Gun Kid!"
Story: Gary Friedrich, Ron Whyte
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Silver Sidewinder [hypnotist]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Mighty Marvel Western#40
Synopsis: Silver Sidewinder robs banks using hypnotism; the Kid tries to stop him but instead falls under the Sidewinder's spell; the Sidewinder puts the Kid to work, aiding him in robberies, until he demands the Kid shoot Sheriff Barton and the Kid refuses; breaking the Sidewinder's control, the Kid defeats him.

Title: "The Medicine-Man or: the Parable of the Pitchman's Pitch"
Story: Bill Everett
Art: Bill Everett
Heroes: Dirk Kenyon [deputy marshal]
Villains: A thief
Others: Professor Caduceus [elixir dealer], the professor's daughter
Genre: Western
Setting: Cottonwood Junction, USA
Synopsis: A thief thinks Caduceus' elixirs have actual life-giving powers and tries to steal the formula, but Kenyon defends the professor.

Ninety-Two (March, 1968)

Title: "Six-Shooter Jury!"
Story: Denny O'Neil
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Curly Joe Smart, his son
Others: Nancy Carter, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder, Bart Hawk [Matt's cousin]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#98; Two-Gun Kid#128
Synopsis: Smart attempts to force Matt into defending his son against murder charges by kidnapping Nancy; in order to both rescue Nancy and appear at the trial, Matt has his cousin Bart impersonate him; with Boom-Boom's help, the Two-Gun Kid captures Smart and his son is found guilty.

Title: "Revenge Rides the Rails!"
Story: Ogden Whitney
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Duke Barton [casino owner], Native Americans
Others: Thunder, Jess Bates [railroad owner], Miss Bates [daughter]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tuscon
Reprinted In: Two-Gun Kid#98; Two-Gun Kid#128
Synopsis: The Kid saves the passengers of a train after the trestle before them is blown up and Natives attack; after driving the Natives off, the Kid heads to Tuscon, where he defeats Barton and learns he did it to get revenge on Bates for not letting him marry his daughter.
"Gunduel in the Desert" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#91

Ninety-Three (July, 1970)

"The Macabre Mystery of the Purple Phantom" from Two-Gun Kid#68
"The Legend of Grizzly-Bear Baker" from Two-Gun Kid#68

Ninety-Four (September, 1970)

"Showdown With Jesse James" from Two-Gun Kid#71
"Action at Arrow Rock" from Two-Gun Kid#71

Ninety-Five

"Remember the Alamo" from Two-Gun Kid#75
"Man of the West" from Rawhide Kid#34

Ninety-Six (January, 1971

"Here Come the Conchos" from Two-Gun Kid#82
"Duel in Dorago!" from Wyatt Earp#13

Ninety-Seven (March, 1971)

"The Challenge of Cole Younger" from Two-Gun Kid#86
"Desperado" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#90
"The Looter Strikes!" from Two-Gun Kid#86

Ninety-Eight (May, 1971)

"Six-Shooter Jury!" from Two-Gun Kid#92
"Revenge Rides the Rails!" from Two-Gun Kid#92
"The Man Who Wouldn't Fight!" from Outlaw Kid#5

Ninety-Nine (July, 1971)

untitled from Two-Gun Kid#53
"The Sheriff's Showdown" from Two-Gun Kid#53
"Revenge" from Two-Gun Kid#53
"Colts Blaze in Booneville" from Two-Gun Kid#53

One Hundred

untitled from Two-Gun Kid#35
"Gun-Law" from Two-Gun Kid#35
"Two Lives Has He" from Two-Gun Kid#61
"Dead Man's Gold" from Two-Gun Kid#35
"Showdown in Shelltown" from Two-Gun Kid#35

One Hundred One (November, 1971)
"At the Mercy of Wolf Waco" from Two-Gun Kid#59
"The Legend of the Two-Gun Kid" from Two-Gun Kid#58

One Hundred Two (January, 1972)

"Roaring Forty-Fives" from Two-Gun Kid#38
"Killer's Ranch" from Two-Gun Kid#38
"Gunpowder Range" from Two-Gun Kid#38
"One More Notch" from Two-Gun Kid#38
"Hot Lead" from Two-Gun Kid#38

One Hundred Three (March, 1972)

Title: "Bite the Desert Dust and Die!"
Story: Ogden Whitney
Art: Ogden Whitney
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Luke Warren, Bart, Zeb, Frank, Clem [all from Two-Gun Kid#87, all die]
Others: Boom-Boom Brown, Sheriff Brett Barton, Thunder
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: Luke Warren and his gang break jail and go after Sheriff Barton for revenge; during this, Frank and Clem overhear Matt planning with Boom-Boom and realize Matt is the Two-Gun Kid. However, between the sheriff and the Kid, Luke Warren and his gang are all killed and Matt's secret is kept safe.
"Guns Blaze on the Tombstone Trail" from Two-Gun Kid#59
"When Bull Braddock Strikes" from Two-Gun Kid#58

One Hundred Four (May, 1972)

"Gunfight at Gila Rock" from Two-Gun Kid#43
"Outlaw at Large" from Quick-Trigger Western#14
"Invitation to a Gunfight"

Title: "Invitation to a Gunfight!"
Story: Marv Wolfman
Art: Ogden Whitney, Dick Ayers
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid
Villains: Ace Cooler, Jeb Davis [teenage gunfighters], Bart Danton [bounty hunter, temporary sheriff]
Others: Sheriff Brett Barton, Boom-Boom Brown, Thunder, Jake [civilian]
Genre: Western
Setting: Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: Brett is unable to face Ace and Jeb because a year ago he killed one of their friends who turned out have an empty gun. Two-Gun Kid captures the two teenagers but Brett has already requested Bart Danton take his place in town; however, Bart is the father of the dead teenager and demands Brett be arrested; the Kid reveals Danton's son was armed but Davis traded his empty gun after Brett shot his friend; Danton flies into a rage and attacks the Kid, but Brett helps defeat him.

One Hundred Five (July, 1972)

"The Badman Called Goliath" from Two-Gun Kid#69
"Showdown at the Circle C" from Two-Gun Kid#52

One Hundred Six (September, 1972)

"The Amazing Mr. Hurricane" from Two-Gun Kid#70
"The Streets of Larrame" from Ringo Kid#20

One Hundred Seven (November, 1972)

"Dakota Thompson Strikes" from Two-Gun Kid#74
"The Sioux Strike" from Two-Gun Kid#50

One Hundred Eight (January, 1973)

"Fury at Falcon Flats" from Two-Gun Kid#85
"The Golden Palomino" from Wyatt Earp#15

One Hundred Nine (March, 1973)

"Gunslammer" from Two-Gun Kid#84
"The Showdown" from Wyatt Earp#3

One Hundred Ten

"Trapped on the Train of Doom" from Two-Gun Kid#76
"When Kelly Came to Town" from Matt Slade#1

One Hundred Eleven

"The Revenge of Jesse James" from Two-Gun Kid#78
"Gun-Fight in Grey Gulch" from Gunhawk#13

One Hundred Twelve (September, 1973)

"Nothing Can Save Fort Henry" from Two-Gun Kid#65
"Luke Short" from Western Outlaws#4

One Hundred Thirteen (October, 1973)

"The Mob Strikes" from Rawhide Kid#37
"Revenge of the Rattler!" from Two-Gun Kid#88
"The Man Who Outdrew the Kid" from Two-Gun Kid#49

One Hundred Fourteen (November, 1973)

"The River Rats" from Two-Gun Kid#79
"Marked Man" from Two-Gun Kid#43

One Hundred Fifteen (December, 1973)

"Showdown With Billy The Kid" from Two-Gun Kid#80
"The Winner" from Gunsmoke Western#58

One Hundred Sixteen (February, 1974)

"The Fangs of the Fox" from Two-Gun Kid#67

One Hundred Seventeen (April, 1974)

"Three Rode Together" from Two-Gun Kid#89
"Trouble in Leadville" from Gunsmoke Western#47

One Hundred Eighteen (June, 1974)

"Sidewinders and the Stallion" from Two-Gun Kid#87
"Wrangler" from Gunsmoke Western#46
"Revenge of an Owlhoot" from Two-Gun Kid#87

One Hundred Nineteen (August, 1974)

"The Panther Will Get You" from Two-Gun Kid#77
"Return of the Bad Man" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#96

One Hundred Twenty (October, 1974)

"The Fury of Ox Miller!" from Two-Gun Kid#55
"The Beginning of the Two-Gun Kid" from Two-Gun Kid#60

One Hundred Twenty-One (December, 1974)

"The Guns of Wild Bill Taggert" from Two-Gun Kid#63
"When Wyatt Went to Jail" from Wyatt Earp#29

One Hundred Twenty-Two (February, 1975)

"The Guns of the Galloway Gang" from Two-Gun Kid#73
"Highway Robbery" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#62

One Hundred Twenty-Three (April, 1975)

"Trapped By Grizzly Grogan" from Two-Gun Kid#64
"Gunslinger" from Two-Gun Kid#64

One Hundred Twenty-Four (June, 1975)

"The Two-Gun Kid Strikes Back!" from Two-Gun Kid#88
"The Giant of Rawhide Ridge" from Two-Gun Kid#42

One Hundred Twenty-Five

"Showdown With Jesse James" from Two-Gun Kid#71

One Hundred Twenty-Six (October, 1975)

"Fury at Falcon Flats" from Two-Gun Kid#85

One Hundred Twenty-Seven (December, 1975)

"Two Guns Against Geronimo from Two-Gun Kid#72

One Hundred Twenty-Eight

"Six-Shooter Jury" from Two-Gun Kid#92
"Revenge Rides the Rails" from Two-Gun Kid#92

One Hundred Twenty-Nine (April, 1976)

"The Killer and the Kid" from Two-Gun Kid#61
"Tombstone Take-Over" from Kid Colt, Outlaw#141

One Hundred Thirty (June, 1976)

"Moose Morgan, Gunman at Large!" from Two-Gun Kid#62
"The Man Who Changed" from Two-Gun Kid#62

One Hundred Thirty-One (August, 1976)

"They Call Him Durango" from Two-Gun Kid#83

One Hundred Thirty-Two

"The Badman Called Goliath" from Two-Gun Kid#69

One Hundred Thirty-Three

"The Amazing Mr. Hurricane" from Two-Gun Kid#70

One Hundred Thirty-Four (December, 1976)

"Remember the Alamo" from Two-Gun Kid#75

One Hundred Thirty-Five (February, 1977)

"Trapped By Ringo's Raiders" from Two-Gun Kid#66

One Hundred Thirty-Six (April, 1977)

"The Macabre Mystery of the Purple Phantom" from Two-Gun Kid#68

Two-Gun Kid: Sunset Riders #1 (November, 1995)

Title: "Biting the Bullet"
Story: Fabian Nicieza
Art: Christian Gorney, Michael Halbeib
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid, Marcel Fournier [Canadian fur trapper], Running Fish [Apache], Hijiro Nguri [samurai]
Villains: Anatoly Fyskov [Russian crime lord]; Krakow Viacheslev [Anatoly's aide]; Herrold [fur trader], Shintaro Aiichi [clan-lord], his samurai; Kellerman; Colonel Dandridge [dies]
Genre: Western
Setting: San Francisco, Washington D.C., Tombstone, Arizona; April 28-June 14, 1885
Synopsis: Two-Gun Kid saves the life of Fournier, who is pursued by Russian, Canadian, US and Japanese agents for a pair of golden minks; Two-Gun Kid is revealed to have obtained weapons from the future, which he uses to decimate their opponents and fakes his death at Matt Hawk. Two-Gun Kid and Fournier befriend Running Fish and begin flight to Alaska; Nguri is summoned to deal with them.

Two-Gun Kid: Sunset Riders #2 (December, 1995)

Title: "Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge"
Story: Fabian Nicieza
Art: Christian Gorney, Alex Maleev, Michael Halbeib
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid, Marcel Fournier, Running Fish, Hijiro Nguri [Sunset Riders]
Villains: Anatoly Fyskov; Krakow Viacheslev [dies]; Herrold; Shintaro Aiichi [dies], his samurai; Kellerman
Genre: Western
Setting: San Francisco, Vancouver, Washington D.C., Alaska; June 15-July 13, 1885
Synopsis: The Two-Gun Kid, Marcel and Running Fish join forces with Hijiro, one of the samurais of Shintaro Aiichi; they escape San Francisco and journey to Alaska, where they learn the minks were being sought after because of maps printed inside them which led to the world's largest known oil supply. The Two-Gun Kid destroys the oil, cheats the death he had anticipated for himself and rides off with the Sunset Riders.
Notes: The Two-Gun Kid is revealed to have married Nancy Carter, but she died after giving birth to their daughter.

Marvel Westerns: Two-Gun Kid#1 (August, 2006)

Title: "Tooth & Claw"
Story: Dan Slott
Art: Eduardo Barreto
Heroes: Two-Gun Kid, She-Hulk
Villains: Man-Wolf, Jeb Barker [cattle rustler, werewolf, dies], Barker's gang [Jeb Barker Jr., Clem Barker, Kochane, all werewolves, all die]
Others: Thunder, Kid Clayton [masked outlaw], Nantan [Kid Clayton's Native sidekick, becomes werewolf], Mr. Stevenson [cattle rancher], Zozoni [Native chief]
Genre: Western, Super-Hero, Horror
Setting: 21st century New York City, USA; 19th century Tombstone, Arizona, USA
Synopsis: In the present, Two-Gun Kid and She-Hulk are hunting She-Hulk's husband, Man-Wolf; the Kid recalls how 130 years earlier he'd become involved in a werewolf case after Kid Clayton was killed by werewolves and his sidekick Nantan cursed to become a werewolf; Two-Gun Kid used Kid Clayton's silver bullets to kill the werewolves, sparing Nantan from the curse. In the present, Two-Gun readies his last silver bullet to use on Man-Wolf.

Title: "Tall Tale"
Story: Keith Giffen, Robert Loren Fleming
Art: Keith Giffen, Mike Allred
Heroes: Hugo [last in Rawhide Kid#47]
Others: Gabbo the Great, Annie Oakwood [ventriloquist's dummy]
Genre: Western
Setting: Old West
Synopsis: Gabbo asks Hugo to rescue his daughter Annie from Natives; Hugo agrees, but discovers "Annie" is just a dummy. Hugo takes her for himself and rides away, practicing his ventriloquism.
"Beware!! the Terrible Totem!!" from Rawhide Kid#22

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