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Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 1

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    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 2

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    "The Gunfighter and the Girl" and "Cards or Guns--Draw, Kid Colt, or Die!" Two-Gun Kid back-up, "Burning Bullets Blast a Border Town." Syd Shores cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 3

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    "Colt-Quick Killers for Hire," "Gold and Guns at Roaring Gulch," "Reign of the Colt-Quick Clan," and "Trail's End on Blue Water." Tex Morgan back-up, "Ghost Town Gunnies Strike!" Syd Shores cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 4
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    "Six-Gun Deadline," "Fight or Crawl, Outlaw," "Bushwacker's Boomerang," and "The Giant of the Badlands." Tex Taylor back-up, "The Killers of Abilene!" One-page editorial by the Marvel Comics editors responding to Dr. Wertham's beliefs about the negative impact of comics upon children. Syd Shores cover. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 5
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    Cover pencils by Syd Shores, inks by John Buscema. "Sign of the Scarecrow," pencils by Mike Becker and Syd Shores; The Scarecrow has been forcing local cattle owners to sell him their beef cheap; When he confronts Herb Latimer demanding he sell his cows at $2 a head, Latimer refuses and is gunned down. "Blaze Calls a Bluff," inks by Mike Becker; Blaze Carson is watching over a poker game at the saloon during a rainy night and takes not how banker Morton is having a string of bad luck and is losing big time; Suddenly, there is an explosion at the bank which sends Carson and Morton to investigate. "Mystery of the Missing Mine" text story, pencils by Syd Shores. "His Greatest Gamble," art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt is riding in the desert when he comes across a tenderfoot out in the heat just about ready to be buzzard meat; Giving the man some water and riding him back to Wolf Pass, Kid Colt learns that the man is named Jon Cannon who arrived in town the day before and was tricked into gambling and was cleaned out by Hawk Rowan, a local gambler, and made broke. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 6

    Cover pencils by Syd Shores. "The Valley of the Werewolf," art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt decides to hide out in the town of New Turkey, a recent village set up by Turkish immigrants, in order to hide out from the law in the hopes that the news of his outlaw status has not reached the area; Riding through the forest he hears a man scream and rides to its source, finding a dead man who has had his throat torn out by a wolf of some kind. "Gunman's Folly!" text story. "Trapped in the Hidden Mine!", art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt rides into the town of Chaneyville, a town where outlaws hide out to stay safe from the law; Walking into a local saloon he bumps into another man who tries to start a fight; However, the Kid is a faster draw and shoots him dead; Kid Colt is then approached by a local named Snake Sorenson. A Letter to Our Readers and Their Parents! "The Things in the Cave!", pencils by Pierce Rice; Tex Taylor and Alkali Ike are relaxing near the train station; Tex reads a story about some men who held up a train and stole $50,000 in Fargo City who are on the loose; Just then a train rolls in and an explorer named Professor Jenkins who is looking for nearby Mayan Ruins. Ike knows the area and the Native Americans call it "The Adobe of the Clawed Devils" because of legends of creatures with claws that come out of the ground like moles. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 7

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. "Trapped Between Two Fires!", art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt is visiting his friend Clay Tindell who shows him the Brain's newly constructed castle; Tindell tells the Kid that the Brain fancies himself some sort of king and has hired on every bloodthirsty gunhawk in the area to be part of his private army; Spotting smoke not far away, Clay and Kid Colt ride out to check it out and catch some of the Brain's men burning down Clay's ranch; The pair gun down the men responsible; Kid Colt decides that it is time to talk to the Brain and rides out to the castle. "The Coward" text story. "King of the Valley"; Nimo is out in the wilderness protecting his domain; His mate Tama and her cubs are attacked by an eagle, but Tama defends her cubs; Tama meanwhile spots a black bear in his territory and battles the creature; This attracts the attention of a ranch owner who witnesses the battle; When Nimo kills the bear, his ranch hand offers to shoot and kill Nimo, but the rancher declines, telling him that Nimo does more to protect his herd than he ever could possibly do. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 8

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    "Ambush in Lone Valley!", art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt has taken cover in an abandoned cabin when he is confronted by a fellow outlaw named Flash and his employer Mr. Cullen; Cullen offers Kid Colt the opportunity to join his posse in going in an mowing down a nearby town of Mexican immigrants so that they can take the water that local ranchers need. "Sam Bass" Scrapbook of the West non-fiction story. "Death Waits in the Shadows!", art by Russ Heath; Easterner Richard Hamilton and his daughter Helen have come west to inherit the Long Gulch Ranch; When they try to get a carriage to the location of the ranch they are told that it is haunted and everyone who has owned or worked on it has either been killed or fled. "The Lady and El Diablo" text story. "His Fight for Life!", pencils by Bill Walsh; Nimo protects his family from a tiger that escaped from the circus. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 9

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "The Man From Nowhere," pencils by Gene Colan, Joe Maneely, and Syd Shores, inks by Joe Maneely; After escaping the authorities once more, Kid Colt seeks cover coming across a farm house; There he asks if he can stay for the night and get some food; Kid Colt follows some thieves and eventually gets shot at by some of the gang. "The Meanest Man in the World!", pencils by Syd Shores and Joe Maneely, inks by Joe Maneely; In the town of Blessing, Sheriff Lee Jackson runs a rough form of the law that is brutal, but by the books; One day he catches his son Stan giving water to a prisoner and scolds his boy for being too soft; Kid Colt is on the run from the law and is winged by a bullet but manages to escape. "Gunshot Trail" text story, pencils by Gene Colan, Joe Maneely, and Syd Shores. "A Matter of Pride!", art by Joe Maneely; Kid Colt is riding through a forest when he spots a wanted poster offering a $100 reward for his capture, dead or alive; Seeing that the wanted poster was written by Sheriff Jeff Pace of Last Chance City, Kid Colt decides to teach the sheriff a thing or two. "Secret of the Hidden Mine," pencils by Gene Colan; Kid Colt is sleeping when he is suddenly woken by Steel, who detects that the law is on their trail; Kid Colt quickly mounts up and they flee the scene; However, they ride over an abandoned mine shaft and fall into the mine; Kid Colt faces Ox and his men. "The Man who Refused to Die!", pencils by Gene Colan; The story of Native American warrior Charlie Feather. "The Gun-Shy Sheriff," art by Joe Maneely; Kid Colt and Steel are dying of thirst when they come across a much-needed oasis; As they hydrate themselves, Kid Colt hears a girl crying and comes to her aid; He learns that her name is Jane and that her fiancée Bill is the local sheriff and that she fears for his life. "The Flaming Fury"; Nimo defends his territory from a black bear. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 10

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    Cover pencils by Syd Shores. "Redmen on the Warpath!", pencils by Joe Maneely; The town of Gunbutt Storm, a number of prominent ranchers are seemingly murdered by warriors of the local Comanche tribe, angering the locals who pressure the sheriff into doing something about it; However, the sheriff warns the locals to keep a cool head until an investigation can be done as a war between the local Natives would cause untold bloodshed; When Kid Colt rides into the area he spots a smoke signal from the Comanche tribe ordering preparations for war. "Sheriff of Roaring Gap!", art by Joe Maneely; Sheriff Cahill is spending the night drinking in the local saloon in Roaring Gap and begins bragging about his skills as a law man and what he would do if Kid Colt came into town to steal the $5000 worth of gold dust that is being kept in the back of the saloon; What Cahill is unaware of is the fact that Kid Colt just happens to be in the saloon himself overhearing the conversation. "Gallows' Bait" text story. "Nimo the Mountain Lion!"; With the help of a moose, Nimo fights off a pair of hungry wolves. "The Outlaw's Stallion!"; A card shark from Washington is passing the time as he rides a train through the west by playing cards with one of the other passengers; However, it is soon discovered that the Easterner is cheating with cards he has hidden up his sleeve and amid protests he is tossed off the train; Happening by is Kid Colt who comes to the aid of the man. "The Legend of Dead Man's Cave!" text story. "Trapped by the Posse!"; Along the Senora Pass at the US/Mexican border, a group of cattle rustlers is finishing a deal with a man named Rumson; However, when Rumson refuses to pay the full price for the stolen cattle, the rustlers leader Stacey guns Rumson dead; Enter Kid Colt. "The Whip Strikes!"; Kid Colt makes a stop in Buzzard's Roost to get a glass of milk from the local saloon and soon finds himself chased out of town by a posse; Fleeing, he is secretly observed by Whip Lassiter and his gang who decide that they could use Kid Colt in their gang. 52 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 11
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "How Kid Colt Became an Outlaw!" origin story, art by Pete Tumlinson; In the town of Purgatory, the law is run by a ruthless sheriff and his deputy Lash Larribee; One day, when Lash is beating up on a local named Gabby, his friend Blaine Colt comes to his aid; Blaine is easily beat down by Lash who mocks Colt for not carrying guns; Blaine is waking up he is suddenly confronted by the sheriff who accuses him of killing his father; The sheriff shoots Gabby and Lash; Before he can shoot Blaine, who he calls "Kid Colt", Colt jumps him. "Stranger in Town" text story. "Paid in Full," art by Werner Roth. "Captured by Comanches," art by Pete Tumlinson; For the past two years US Marshall Bulldog Crandall has been trailing after Kid Colt; Once more his hunt lands him at Kid Colt's camp just hours after he left and finds a mocking message from the outlaw; Crandall vows to capture Kid Colt no matter what, as he always gets his man. He heads toward the town of Thunder Rock unaware that Kid Colt is watching and following him; He pulls into the nearby saloon where he begins talking to the locals about his hunt for Kid Colt. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 12
    Published 1950 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Jailbreak in Jack-Knife City!", art by Pete Tumlinson; The Dalton gang attempt to hold up some cattle salesmen after they make a big sale but are sent fleeing by Kid Colt who interrupts the robbery; However, Kid Colt breaks off his chase when the outlaws ride into Jack-Knife City, a town where the local sheriff has made capturing Kid Colt his vendetta. "The Boy Who Hated Kid Colt!!", art by Pete Tumlinson; In a small western town Billy and his sister are trying to cross a muddy street without getting dirty and are made fun of by some of the locals; When the men start throwing rocks, causing mud to splash on the dress Billy's sister is wearing they get a good laugh; Suddenly the cruel pranks are stopped when Kid Colt arrives. "When the Odds Are Even" text story. "The New Marshall," art by Joe Maneely. "Death by Torture!", art by Pete Tumlinson; A band of renegade Navajos led by chief Black Cloud attack a stage coach; Their attack is interrupted by the arrival of Kid Colt who sends them fleeing; As Kid Colt and the coach part company, Black Cloud and his surviving braves watch; Black Cloud then orders his warriors Black Bear and Running Deer to capture Kid Colt and bring him back to their tribe. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 13
    Published 1951 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Pete Tumlinson. "The Magic of Manitou!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt spots some wagons rushing toward a nearby army fort in a hurry; Curious, he catches up and asks them what the hurry is and learns that the local tribe of Mandan Native Americans are gearing up to go to war; He goes into the fort and gets confirmation from the captain that Flying Cloud, the chief of the Mandans is gearing up for a warpath; Since Kid Colt is a friend of Flying Cloud, he decides to go to the camp and find out what's going on. "Code of the Outlaw!", art by Pete Tumlinson; In a small town, Kid Colt comes across a man trying to whip a boy and orders him to stop; When the man tries to whip him instead, Kid Colt blasts his whip to pieces; Kid Colt demands to know what happened, and the boy tearfully tells him that he wanted a horse so bad that he tried to steal the one the man was riding. "The Showdown!", art by Don Rico; Chappie Harroway vs. Black Ben Ford. "Showdown in the Woods" text story. "Murder by a Dead Man!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is trying to escape a posse after him along the Arizona plane; Kid Colt manages to give them the slip near a plateau and then begins cutting through the brush to get away; He comes across a man camping out who tells Kid Colt that he is not after him and offers the outlaw to sit down and eat with him; Kid Colt gets to talking about how he has been trying to dodge the law since he rode out of Culver City where he tells the man he had tangled with the hand of death. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 14
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    Cover art by Pete Tumlinson. "The Tribe That Vanished," art by Pete Tumlinson; On August 10, 1849 Kid Colt is riding through the Dakota badlands when he comes across a sun scorched Piute Native on the back of a horse; Coming to the Native's aid, Kid Colt learns that there is trouble at his village before the man dies; Although the man is already dead, Kid Colt vows to look into it and help the tribe however he can. "The Boy Who Hunted Kid Colt!", art by Pete Tumlinson; In Medicine Bow on September 1852, wanted posters for Kid Colt are being put up by the local sheriff, offering a reward of $50,000 for Kid Colt's capture; No sooner are the posters up does Kid Colt happen through the area and take them down; Later in the day, Kid Colt comes upon a young boy whipping his horse to try to keep it in line. "Tex Wasn't Yellow!" text story. "Growler Joe Meets the Stranger." "Ambush!"; Kid Colt vs. Luke Blackburn and Wolf Mathers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 15
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    Cover art by Pete Tumlinson. "Gun-Whipped in Shotgun City!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Deadly outlaws ride into the town of River Bend to rob it; They ride into town and rob the local bank unopposed; The gang then goes across the range committing robberies until August 9th 1868 when they set their sights for Shotgun City to settle down and have some fun; A short time later, Kid Colt happens upon the stage coach the gang has just robbed. "Fangs of Death!", art by Pete Tumlinson; On April 5, 1854, Kid Colt is riding along the lands of Wyoming when he comes across some cattle drivers whose cattle has been slain; Examining the scene with the ranches they find the tracks of a Comanche at the scene; The ranchers immediately blame the Comanches and suggest going to war with them, but Kid Colt preaches caution and tells them that he is friends with the Comanches and he will talk to their leader to find out the truth and avoid any unneeded bloodshed. "Die on the Owlhoot Trail!", art by Pete Morisi. "Hank Roebuck The Man Who Tamed Brass Town!", art by Marion Sitton. "The Waiting Rope!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Trigger City is a town that is so badly plagued by gun fighters that the local undertaker is not short of business but the graveyard is about bursting with corpses; On August 25, 1861, Kid Colt rode into the area and overheard some men attacking a ranch house; He guns down the outlaws and is thanked by the ranchers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 16
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "No Time To Die," art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is fleeing from a posse outside of the town of San Jacinto when he is struck by a bullet; Wounded, the outlaw manages to race out of sight before passing out; As Steel races on, Kid Colt is thrown off the horse and sent tumbling into the brush as the posse races on; Kid battles a gang and goes to jail. "Gun-Battle Bullets," art by Pete Tumlinson. "Kit Lander's Vengeance," art by Pete Tumlinson; In the Wyoming rangelands, Kid Colt spots a ranch house on fire; He rides down to see if he can help, and he e finds a young boy named Kid Landers crying and asks him what's wrong; The Kid is disturbed to learn that someone posing as him had robbed the ranch, set it on fire, and shot Kit's father. "Monarch of the Range," art by Pete Morisi. "The Man From Back East," art by Pete Tumlinson; Aboard a train along the Sante Fe line passing through Arizona, an eastern gambler named Shad Clayburn brags about how he and his associates are going to clean up gambling in the west; When he is warned that the locals cannot be scared easily, he proves that he has as much guts as a "primitive" westerner by shooting his gun out of the train, knocking the hat off a man on a horse the train is passing by; Unknown to Clayburn is that the man whose hat he shot belong to Kid Colt who does not take too kindly to being shot at; The Kid races after the train on his horse Steel and hops onto the train. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 17
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Flaming Guns," art by Pete Tumlinson; Chip Mandrel and his gang ride through the Oklahoma badlands to get to the Okachee trading post; There they get permission to camp out within the posts walls for the night; Learning how poorly guarded the post is from the owner of the general store, Chip and his gang take over the fort; While going back to where his men are setting up camp, his men discover that there is gold hidden beneath the fort; They then decide to take over the camp instead of simply just robbing it; That night they kill the guards and take the post workers prisoner, forcing them to mine the gold for them; About two weeks later, Kid Colt is riding through the region and spots an overturned stage coach that has been robbed and the riders murdered, the third such wreck he has seen in his recent travels. "Badman Meets the Battle-Cub," art by Russ Heath. "Death Trap," art by Pete Tumlinson; While camping out in Wyoming, Kid Colt hears a gun go off and tracks its source; He spies another outlaw named Moccasin Joe Cass. "The Ghost of Cactus Canyon," art by John Romita. "The Would-Be Outlaw," art by Pete Tumlinson; In the border town of Lasso, Kid Colt is spending some time in a saloon listening to a guitar player; However, his enjoyment is short lived as he gets a sense that there is trouble in the air; Looking out the window he sees the posse that has been chasing him since Alvaregordo are pulling into town; Kid Colt quietly exits out the back of the saloon, but spots some of the posse coming around his way. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 18

    Cover art by George Tuska. "Gunsmoke Trail!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt has camped out for the night after another day on the run; Both he and his horse Steel are uneasy when, suddenly, Doc Shores and his gang get the drop on him; Shores explains that he and his men need money in order to leave the territory, and have decided to take in Kid Colt for the reward on his head. "The Whistling Bushwhacker" text story. "Riot in Jericho!", art by Pete Tumlinson; While riding across the Marcos Trail, Kid Colt spots a gold coin laying on the hard pan and picks it up; As he continues to along the way, he finds more coins and realizes that someone must be dropping them, and decides to return them to their owner; He follows their trail and tries to stop them men to give the gold back. "The Curse of Boot Hill," art by Don Rico. "The Sheriff of Six-Mile Creek!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Along the Sangre de Cristo trail, Kid Colt sees a wagon train of people fleeing the town of Six-Mile Creek, one of the few towns where he is not considered an outlaw, and is friends with Sheriff Matt Stevens; He learns from those leaving the town that apparently Matt Stevens has changed his ways, and allowed the outlaw Sierra Kane and his gang to take over the town, forcing everyone out; Kid Colt decides to go into Six-Mile Creek to determine what has come over his friend. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 19
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Revenge in Sagebrush City," art by Pete Tumlinson; Gambler Duke Laval and his gang are forced out of Sagebrush City by the sheriff, with no other choice, Laval orders his men to stand down and they begin plotting to take their stakes elsewhere; They move up along the Santa Fe line to the town of Pan Creek where they decide to look around; As Laval is crossing a road, he is almost run down by Kid Colt riding his horse Steel; Furious at almost being trampled, Duke throws a punch at the horse, prompting the Kid to leap off his steed and hit Laval across the face. "Mystery of the Stolen Cache!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt has returned to one of his secret camps and is surprised to find stash of food has been taken, the fifth such raid on his secret supplies; Finding tracks this time around, Kid Colt decides to follow after them to teach the food thief a lesson; Kid Colt follows the trail until he reaches its end and watches in surprise as a rope trap is slung down from a nearby tree; Shooting at the tree, Kid Colt startles the person hiding in it and is once more surprised when it is a young Native American boy who falls out. "Range Rustlers" text story. "The Lonely Trail," art by Warren Broderick. "The Big Smoke," art by Pete Tumlinson; A drought has hit the prairies making it so dry that even the slightest spark can cause massively destructive grass fires, wiping out the food and water supply for animals and Native Americans, the potential for famine forcing them to seek more fertile lands elsewhere; Somewhere along the wastes is Boot Merrill and his gang, who are lamenting on their poor fortune; Merill comes up with an idea to start grass fires; Elsewhere, Kid Colt rides into the region and realizes that any sparks from Steel's hoofs could risk a fire. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 20
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    • Cover detached at one staple and loose at the other. 0.75" cumulative spine split. Oxidation.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "The Mystery of Horseshoe Creek!", art by Pete Tumlinson; A gang of masked marauders have gathered to attack a stage coach that is passing through the San Ramon Gorge; The following morning a group carrying gold attempts to cross Horseshoe Creek via ferry, but the men operating the ferry suddenly turn on the men and rob them of their gold; Meanwhile, the robbed coach is discovered by Kid Colt, who finds it suspicious that the thieves cut loose the horses. "Blood and Gold" text story. "The Lonesome Trail!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is stopped by the local sheriff before he can travel into the town of Conquistador; The sheriff tells him that he cannot let him into the town now that he is sheriff, but allows the hero to go free after how he came to his aid in Yuma years earlier; The sheriff empathizes with the Kid, telling him he knows how lonely it can be living on the range alone; Kid Colt rides along a range, he suspects that he is being followed. "Fool's Gold," art by Tom Gill; Gold is discovered in Calfornia, starting a gold rush for people seeking riches; These travelers face various hardships, including conflicts with various Native American tribes; However, not all treat the travelers as enemies, as one group finds when they gross paths with the Apache Kid who invites the travelers to rest in the village of his people; However, two of the white men, named Brent and Sukey, note that one of the Apaches is wearing expensive jewelry made of gold; That night they attack the elder and steal his gold and flee. "The Guns with the Silver Butts," art by Pete Tumlinson; In the town of Dusty Mesa, Yuma Butell watches Kid Colt as he mounts his horse; Seeing the silver-plated gun butts, Butell decides that he wants to own the guns himself; To get an idea of how fast a draw Kid Colt is, he convinces another gunman to try and get the drop on Kid Colt and steal the guns for him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 21
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Wanted, Dead or Alive!", pencils by Pete Tumlinson; An outlaw named Blackie and his gang come across a wanted poster offering $5000 for the capture of Kid Colt, dead or alive; When Manley suggests that they go after the reward, Blackie suggests that Kid Colt would be worth more than $5000 to them dead rather than alive; Blackie comes up with the idea of posing as Kid Colt to take some of the heat off of their gang as the authorities would be looking to capture the famed outlaw instead. "Death Rides a Black Stallion!", art by Pete Tumlinson; While riding through a lightning storm, Kid Colt happens upon a wild black stallion and pauses to watch it; Although the Kid has his faithful horse Steel, Kid Colt cannot resist the urge to try and tame the wild stallion anyway; Racing Steel, Kid Colt catches up to the stallion and manages to hop onto it's back and quickly tames the horse just as a downpour begins to fall. "The Triple-Murder Mine" text story. "The Footprints!" "The Glory Trail!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Outlaw Simon Leech is set to hang, but two other outlaws, Luke Foyle and Mize Callum try to get him down; Leech's neck is broken in the process, but the two other men cannot bring themselves to put him out of the misery; Seeking a way to avoid becoming bait for vultures, Leech convinces them to carry him up to Goat Hill to be treated by a renegade Native American named Forked Tongue who he believes can use Native American magic to heal him; Foyle and Callum, despite their fears, bring Leech to see Forked Tongue and flee. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 22

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    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. "Rustler's Moon," art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is riding into Cave Creek to pick up some provisions from his old friend Zeke Parson, the owner of the general store; He is unaware that he is being watched by Pike Faro and his gang, a group of cattle rustlers that Kid Colt previously tangled with; Pike orders his men to stand down, as Kid Colt's guns are faster than theirs; He tells his men that he has a plan to get the Kid. "Legion of the Dead!", art by Pete Tumlinson; In March 1836, the Mexican army under the command of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna led the legendary attack on the Alamo in Texas; Everyone was slaughtered; However, some years later an army of undead Mexican soldiers led by the General himself have appeared to have risen out of the Rio Grande to strike terror on the American side of the border; Kid Colt tracks down his friend Miguel and asks him what he knows about the Legion of the Dead and learns that they have been using a nearby river to cross over into the United States from Mexico. "Law of the Range," art by Pete Morisi. "The Rattler Strikes," script by Stan Lee, art by Ed Moline. "Stampede!", art by Pete Tumlinson; In the town Lasso, Kid Colt and his friend Ike notice the arrival of a group of outlaws that are part of Spider Kane's gang; Realizing that Spider Kane is locked up in the local jail, Ike puts together that his gang is trying to bust him out, prompting Kid Colt to do something about it. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 23

    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. "The Silent Witness," art by Pete Tumlinson; In the town of Buckhorn, Cantrell and his outlaw gang are hanging out in the local saloon trying to keep a low profile from the law when one of his men spots Kid Colt riding into town; Knowing that local US Marshal is coming the other way, Cantrell decides to try and get the Marshal to go after Kid Colt, giving him and his gang the opportunity to ride out of town; When the Marshal arrives, one of Cantrell's men points him toward Kid Colt, who is feeding and watering his horse Steel. "Duel in Durango!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is riding along the range when he spots a gang of outlaws chasing after two children on horseback; The Kid rushes to their aid, blasting the outlaws with his Colt .45's; When the children are safe he learns that the men are probably after one of the boys—Chip Chisholm, due to his father. "Barroom Justice," pencils by Mike Sekowsky. "In Cold Blood," art by Allen Bellman. "The Man Who Wouldn't Die!", art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt rides into the town of Los Pintos and finds that it is a peaceful town where nobody seems to be wearing guns...That is until comes across members of Cabe Lynx's gang; He demands to know where Cabe Lynx is and is pointed to the local saloon; There Lynx immediately draws on Kid Colt, but the Kid is a faster draw and shoots the gun out of Lynx's hand; He tells Lynx and his men to clear out of town and forget any notions about robbing the local bank. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 24

    Cover art by Syd Shores. "Terror in Tombstone," art by Pete Tumlinson; Kid Colt is riding along the desert planes when he spots a stagecoach under attack by a band of outlaws; Kid Colt is unable to stop the outlaws from making the coach crash, but manages to force the outlaws to flee under the roar of his superior shooting skills; He finds that the passenger, a US Marshal, has been gravely injured; The Marshal tells Kid Colt that the town of Tombstone has been taken over by an outlaw named Yellowjack Gleason and his gang. "Two-Gun Justice" text story, pencils by Mike Sekowsky. "War Drums in the West"; Kid Colt is spending time with his Comanche friend Running Bear and his tribe, helping them hunt for game; When they arrive back at the Native village, they find that a rival brave named Howling Wolf was apparently unsuccessful at trapping any furs; He blames this ill luck on someone stealing his furs from the traps; Kid Colt, having no use for the pelts he helped catch, offers to give them to Howling Wolf. "The Outlaw," art by George Tuska. "The Hangman of Hutch Hill!", art by Ed Moline; A group of horsemen are stopped while attempting to pass through the town of Hunch Hill; They are stopped by a sentry guard who refuses to let them pass with their cattle without paying a toll of a dollar per head of cattle. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 25

    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Frisco Foyle and his gang take over the town of Salt Lick, due to the fact that it is the only way through to the south, allowing them to force any cattlemen passing through the area to pay a toll to bring their cattle through the area; However, in the process of taking over the town they are opposed by Kid Colt who tries to fight them off; However, despite shooting down many of Foyle's gang members, their numbers are too large and Kid Colt is knocked over by Foyle on horseback and trampled; Still alive, the outlaw hero is then dragged out into the desert and left to die. "The Cop Went West!" text story, art by Pete Morisi. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Mexican bandit El Jaguar has forced the population of a small town to give tribute to him; However, when one of the villagers complains that they have no food to feed themselves, El Jaguar shoots him dead; Meanwhile, Kid Colt has just rounded up a gang of outlaws for the law, who let him go free as he helped capture criminals that are more trouble than the outlaw hero; He happens into the town of Ramrod Pike where El Jaguar—drunk on tequila—is challenging men to a knife fight. "Gun Crazy," script by Stan Lee, art by Vernon Henkel. Untitled story, art by Ed Smalle, Jr.; A pair of Apache warriors are stalking buffalo unaware that they are being watched by a man named Casco and his men; Casco waits until the Apaches slay the buffalo and shoot the Native American braves dead so they can steal the buffalo fur; This leads to a number of murders of Apache warriors; Eventually, Kid Colt passes through the area and comes across two of the slain Apaches. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 26

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    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding through a forest when he comes across a crying woman and goes to her aid; He learns that she is the local schoolmarm who is without a truant officer to keep her children in class; She explains that a local named Champ Gannon has convinced all the children that school is not important and has enthralled the children with his wild tales of achievements as an outlaw. "Terror of Tarantula Flats!", art by Jack Keller; A stage coach is passing through Tarantula Flats, a long canyon pass; Along the way the coach riders are shocked when a massive spider web falls in front of them, causing them to crash and the men are killed by some unseen danger; Later, Kid Colt passes through the area and comes across the wrecked stage and looks for survivors. "The Double-Double Cross" text story. "No Turning Back," pencils by Vic Carrabotta, inks by Chic Stone. "Vengeance Trail!", art by Jack Keller; One night, young Vince Newkirk is riding through town and finds it suspicious that Gus Hyatt's general store is still open at that time of night; Going inside he is shocked to find a number of masked men have killed Gus and are robbing his store; The gang's leader easily knocks out Vince with the butt of his gun and the gang leaves some of their stolen loot in the store with Vince, framing him for the robbery; When a bunch of locals come into the store later they find Vince as he is coming around and have him arrested; Later, Kid Colt arrives. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 27

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    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; In the town of Calavos, Kid Colt spots a headstrong young man carrying guns storm into the local saloon; The boy, Kip Roan, roughs up the men inside the saloon demanding to know the location of his father Craig; When the men tell the boy his father is a no good outlaw, he gets angry and begins shooting; However, the boy is in over his head, but Kid Colt comes to his rescue and helps the boy escape town. "Six-Gun Saga" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Hutch Gaffney is teaching a group of young kids the ways of the outlaw; With two of his young urchins he comes across Kid Colt's camp in the middle of the night; Not recognizing the famous outlaw, he orders the young men to steal his guns. "Death in Twin Falls!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Edward Goldfarb, inks by Bob Baer. "The Man From Durango!", art by Jack Keller; In Locus Pass, Kid Colt watches as a man from Durango gets off a Union Pacific train with a satchel and notices when the man is suddenly trailed by some shady characters; When these gun men try to rob the man, Kid Colt comes to his rescue; The man thanks him for his help, and the two pass on good terms, but stop short of introducing themselves by name. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 28

    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt pauses along his travels to watch a group of wild horses frolicking, taking note of the black stallion that leads them and that Steel instinctively wants to join them; Suddenly a gang of horse rustlers begin running the horses into a pen; Not liking how the men are rounding up all the wild horses, Kid Colt rushes to their rescue, freeing them and forcing the men to retreat. "Range Revenge," art by Pete Morisi. "The Lady and the Outlaw!", art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt watches as an eastern woman named Miss Winthrope gets off the Union Pacific train into town to visit her uncle who owns a ranch nearby; The woman is completely put off by the "savages" who live in the west and is irritated to learn that it will take time to get a horse and buggy to take her to her uncle's ranch; She goes into a nearby saloon where two men gawk at her; Insulted, Miss Winthorpe slaps one of the men across the face, but before they can do anything about it, Kid Colt appears and shoots their guns out of their hands. "The Coward!", art by Vernon Henkel. "Four Graves to Fargo!", art by Jack Keller; A fire starts in the town of Fargo as Kid Colt rides into the area; He learns from men fleeing the area that there are women and children trapped in the fire and forces them to go back and help him carry water buckets from the nearby river to put the flames out; With a water line formed, Kid Colt rides into the blazing inferno to look for anyone who might be still trapped in the flames. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 29
    Published 1953 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. "Ambush!", art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt spots a group of Paiute warriors in full war paint while travelling along the range; The Kid then rides off to see what they might be after and comes across an army wagon train full of gold and warns them of the nearby Paiute war party; Kid Colt assists the soldiers in fighting off the Paiutes and rides off convinced that the Native Americans must have been tipped off by someone. "10 Men And A Marshal!" text story, art by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; An outlaw named Caleb Marko has come to the home of prospector Jim Ballard, demanding that Jim turn over the Black Nugget, a gold nugget that is pure black; Jim refuses to hand it over because he believes that it has a blood curse on it, but Marko does not want to listen; He shoots Jim and steals the Black Nugget, leaving Jim's wife to cry for help; These cries are heard by Kid Colt, who happened to be passing by. "The Hangin's At Dawn," art by Sam Kweskin. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; An outlaw named Devlin, whose plots Kid Colt has foiled in the past, finally has his chance for revenge when he gets the drop on the Kid; Trying the outlaw hero to a post piled high with kindle, Devlin lights it up and heads across the desert with both his and Kid Colt's water canteens, hoping to make it to Collados; Left to die, Kid Colt whistles for his horse Steel. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 30

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    Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Blaine Dawson, son of Clint Dawson who owns the Double D Ranch, is out with the cattle hands keeping the cattle in line when they are attacked by cattle rustlers lead by a man named Lasher; Despite Blaine's best efforts, Lasher and his men manage to steal the cattle and flee; Blaine then rushes home to his father, leaving the ranch hands to discuss the tension between Clint and his eldest son; Blaine runs into Kid Colt. "Thunder on the Trail" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; A group of Native American fur trappers spot a number of white men after their latest hunt and decide to approach in the hopes of striking trade; However, the settlers have other ideas and they slay the Native American warriors, stealing their hunt and leaving their dead bodies; The corpses are found by Kid Colt who happens to be passing through the area, gunning down the men responsible. "The Hair Trigger." Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Gaffer Lennox is about to be hung for his crimes; before he is executed he vows to come back from the dead to get revenge against those who are responsible and is then put to death; Among the attendees of the hanging is Kid Colt who remarks that Gaffer's dying words really shook up the town; One of the locals mentions that Lennox had a son named Cabe who nobody has ever seen, but is reported as being just as wild as his father. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 31
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    Cover inks Carl Burgos. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; A cattle dealer named Ringo and his men are camping out for the night; They are shocked by the arrival of Kid Colt to their camp; however, Kid Colt comes in peace, seeking only to get some water from them; Finding this amusing Ringo gives Kid Colt "water" from his special supply and sends him on his way. "Rim Rock Incident" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt watches as a man attempts to ride his horse off a cliff and stops him from committing suicide; He learns that the man is the sheriff in town, whose vision is failing; The locals have begun to believe that he is a coward in light of the arrival of an outlaw named Blackjack Sherman who has been having his run with the town; Kid Colt decides to help the sheriff reclaim his honor so that he can retire without shame. "The Avenger," art by Al Carreno. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; As Kid Colt passes by a town, he sees a posse searching for someone, piquing his curiosity for a short while; As he passes through, he is suddenly jumped by a young boy who is armed with a gun named Jimmy Kirk; The boy tells Kid Colt that he is an outlaw and recognizing Kid Colt the boy orders him to take him along wherever he goes. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 32

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    Cover art by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding through a pass into a nearby town when he is shot at by a welcoming committee; Blazing past them, Kid Colt gets to town and stops in at the Last Chance saloon; There the locals try to start a fight with him as well, but he fights them off; He learns that the locals are upset that a female rancher named Nan Carstairs has been hiring guns to protect her ranch. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is facing three outlaws named Turk, Scar and Pedro in the town of Hidden Valley; the Kid thinks back to how he got into this situation to begin with. "Killer's Challenge" text story. "The Backbreaker," art by George Tuska. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Aboard a coach rides two passengers, when one of the men tries to engage conversation with the other and the man is shocked when his fellow passenger is really an ape; The ape suddenly attacks, strangling the passenger to death; The ape then climbs outside of the coach and kills the drivers and then rides off with the wagon; Passing through the area is Kid Colt who comes across the dead bodies and decides to investigate the cause of death. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 33
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    Cover art by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Marshal Frosty Dance captures Kid Colt and aims to bring him in but finds out he isn't the kind of man he thought he was when they are both attacked by Indians. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt comes upon Cat Hardin's camp and finds a young lady who has been kidnapped; When he frees her Copper Moss mistakenly believes it is so that he can get the ransom money, but he soon discovers that Kid Colt is nothing like him. "Killer In Town" text story. "Rustler's Range," starring Black Rider (Doc Masters), Satan (Black Rider's horse), Gibbs, Carney, and Harwell, art by Dick Ayers. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; Kid Colt stumbles upon an attempt to kill Jed Martin in front of his family by outlaws hired by a rival rancher Frog Rankin; Kid Colt guns the outlaws dead before they can injure Jed and the Kid learns about the situation; Kid Colt then offers to ride them back to their ranch. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 34

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. "Killer's Valley," art by Jack Keller; In Killerstown Kid Colt has crossed paths with a group of outlaw brothers seeking to avenge the death of their brother whom Kid Colt slew in Abilene; Kid Colt easily guns them down unaware that he is being watched by El Tigre and his men.;El Tigre stops one of his men from taking a shot at Kid Colt. "The Golden Stallion" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt has been stalked by son of retired Marshal turned sheriff Jake Macklin who took up the job of deputy sheriff to try to prove to people that he is as good as his father; In getting away Kid Colt is forced to shoot the young law man; However, before he can flee the scene, the Kid spots signs that Apache warriors are on their way for the attack; Kid Colt fights off the Apaches and carries the young man to cover and takes him to cover in a nearby cave. "Whip Vs. Guns," art by George Tuska; The Black Rider comes across a rancher named Ben whipped raw and tied to a tree; Freeing Ben, the Black Rider learns that his attacker is an outlaw named Whip Ward; The Black Rider then rushes Ben to the office of his alter-ego Dr. Matthew Masters; There, the Black Rider slips away and chances into his other identity and treats Ben, convincing him not to risk his life by going after Whip Ward and to leave justice to the hands of the Black Rider. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt has been accused of rustling cattle, pinned for the crime by a local named Houn' Dog, a local man known for his obese stature and laziness; Kid Colt pleads his innocence but nobody believes him and he is strung up to be hung; However, before he can be executed some unknown person shoots the noose allowing Kid Colt to make a daring escape under a hail of bullets. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 35

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; During a raging storm, Kid Colt is confronted by Copper Poe, brother of outlaw Vince Poe, who is trying to make a reputation for himself; However, this proves to be a fatal mistake as Kid Colt guns him down; In the aftermath Kid Colt is confronted by one of the members of the Poe gang. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt comes upon the wreckage of a convoy of supply coaches that have been attacked and left to burn but without any looting done; However, he finds one man still alive among the wreckage: Abe Starr, the owner of the Starr Freighting, he tells Kid Colt that he runs the company with his child Tex. "A Man and His Guns" text story. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; The Black Rider is out near the Lathrop property when he hears a shot and goes to investigate; The shooter is a man named Injun Pancho, who was just recently fired from his job as a Lathrop ranch hand; Pancho spots the Black Rider first and tries to shoot the hero, but misses; The Black Rider then turns and blasts Pancho away. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is camping out in the Kenshaw Mountains when a posse finds his location and charge at him with guns blazing; Kid Colt gets on his horse and bolts, and they manage to lose the posse; Eventually he hears a bear roaring and goes to investigate; He finds the massive bear attacking a Blackfoot Native American and shoots the bear dead; The Native introduces himself as Tall Pine the sub-chief of his tribe. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 36

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    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Johnny Falcon is about to be strung up on a noose by a lynch mob who has accused him of stealing their cattle; Before he can be hung, Kid Colt intervenes, telling the locals that the man they have accused deserves as fair trial; When they refuse to listen Kid Colt uses his guns to keep Johnny's would-be executioners at bay. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; An elderly ranch owned named Adams and his daughter are being terrorized by men in the employ of Mr. Saunders who has been trying with little success to convince Adams to sell his land and so he has sent me to force him to sell; Just before things get too rough, Kid Colt happens by and intervenes; He beats the leader of the gang senseless and sends them all packing. "Rustler's Noose" text story. Untitled story, art by Dan Loprino; Dr. Matthew Masters is riding through town on his horse Ichabod when he crosses paths with a newcomer named Deuce Dixon; Dixon tells Masters to get out of his way, but when Matthew tells Dixon there is room enough on the road for them to pass, Dixon decides to have fun by slapping Ichabod and sending the horse galloping away and sending Masters tumbling off his horse to the ground; Dixon then tells Masters that he intends to set up a gambling hall in Leadville and rides off. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt watches a train crossing the new line and decides to race his horse Steel alongside it; However, as he approaches, he sees what appear to be Comanche warriors attacking the train. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 37

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    Cover art by Sol Brodsky. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding along the range when suddenly someone takes a shot at him, but misses; The shooter comes out of hiding accusing the Kid of being one of Jim Beardon's hired guns. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Running Bear, a warrior of a Comanche tribe has his fellow braves in an uproar over the instillation of a new Colonel at the army base, who does not like Native Americans; Running Bear begins calling his people to take up arms and drive the white men out of their territory when Kid Colt happens by and asks to speak to their leader White Cloud. "Killer's Showdown" text story. Untitled story, art by Dan Loprino; During a stormy night, Dr. Matthew Masters is spending a quiet night studying medical books when suddenly young Ted Kirk bursts into his home asking for help and protection; Ted explains how he was sent by his father to pay back a loan to banker Lloyd Green when suddenly an unseen robber shot Green dead and knocked Ted out. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; The printing press of the Clarion newspaper is being smashed by a group of outlaws in masks and its publisher being roughed up when suddenly Kid Colt arrives and sends the masked outlaws packing with guns blazing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 38

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    Cover pencils by Sol Brodsky, inks by Carl Burgos. "The Flaming Arrow," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is spending time with the tribe of his friend White Cloud as his people celebrate his union with the chief's daughter Little Star; However, the jealous Black Wolf seeks to claim Little Star for himself and ruins the festivities by trying to kill White Cloud, but Kid Colt intervenes, beating Black Wolf into submission. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding in the wasteland when he spots a man being chased and gunned down by some outlaws; When the outlaws flee, Kid Colt goes to the dying man who tells him that that he escaped from the Silver Lode Mine not far away and begs Kid Colt to free the others there before he dies. "Smoke-Out" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Gordon and Joe Kubert; The Black Rider sees smoke off in the distance and finds that a Comanche camp has been wiped out; The lone survivor warns the Black Rider of Kun-Tan-Ho who is responsible for this massacre before he dies; The Black Rider realizes that they have all died of a plague that has caused the Comanches to go mad; He is suddenly attacked by some infected warriors and is forced to fight them, killing many, but the rest flee. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt happens upon the cabin owned by Ted Fuller as it has been set ablaze by members of the Nelson gang who are trying to make the fire look like an accident. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 39

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. "And Sudden Death!", art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding across the range and comes across a new settlement and remarks how fast the west is expanding; Not far away is a group of Comanches who have noticed the new settlement and decide to go in and talk to the settlers about sharing their hunting grounds in order to maintain peace. "A Thousand Sinners," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding along the range when someone tries to take a shot at him; Kid Colt sneaks around and finds that the shooter is a young man and quickly shoots his guns out of the young man's hands; Kid Colt confronts the boy and learns that he is Greg Peterson, and he took a shot at Kid Colt to prove himself to the leader of his gang Jack Brent so he can be a great outlaw. "A Brave Comes Home" text story. "El Dorado!", art by Syd Shores; At is medical practice, Dr. Matthew Masters is about to close up for the day when suddenly an old man stumbles in with a gunshot wound; The old man tells him that he has discovered a mountain made of gold and was shot by a man named Yates who sought to claim the gold himself; The old man warns Masters that the mountain is cursed and tells him where to find it. "The Lawmakers," art by Jack Keller; Chuck Grimes has been forcing local ranchers to pay him protection money; He is currently roughing up a rancher named Foster and forces him to sign off his property; Recovering at his home, Foster is visited by his friend Kid Colt who learns about Grimes plans, and suddenly Grimes comes to get his payment, Kid Colt decides to deal with him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 40
    Published 1954 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt slays a group of rustlers and return the cattle they stole from a rancher named Mr. Blane; The Kid is unaware that the rustlers were under the employ of Chess Parr, the owner of the Frontier Saloon; Furious that Kid Colt would meddle in his affairs, Chess puts out a contract on the Kid's head, offering a fortune to the man who kills Kid Colt. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Two crooked traders named Clay and Corwin kill a Comanche hunting party as part of a plot to inflame the tribe and sell them firearms in order so they can go to war against nearby settlers, hoping to cash in big time; No long after the two traders cross paths with Kid Colt, who suspects the two shady dealers are up to something. "Fatal Mistake" text story. "The Renegade!", art by Syd Shores; The Black Rider lends his hand to the soldiers of Fort Slocom who are under attack by wave after wave of Native American warriors who are attacking the fort for unknown reasons; Although they slay the final wave, another one is due to attack and Black Rider agrees to take the injured—including Major Drummond the commanding officer—back to the fort for immediate medical attention. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; A stage coach is attacked by masked bandits who slay all those on board and steal the payroll on board; When the authorities arrive on the scene, led by a local named Fred Palmer, Palmer finds a wanted poster of Kid Colt and convinces the law that Kid Colt must have been responsible, a posse is then gathered to hunt down and bring Kid Colt to justice. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 41

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; As Kid Colt passes a Native American village, Kid Colt decides to stop by and visit his friend chief Powa-Hatu; When he arrives he finds that he is about to make a deal with two crooked traders named Dupres and Conway; When he tries to call them out on their crooked dealings, both men drawn on Kid Colt but the Kid easily disarms him. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; An outlaw named Verne Fargo comes to get revenge against a local blacksmith fatally shooting him and running away; When the blacksmith's son Dave, rushes to his father's aid but it is too late, as he dies the blacksmith tells his son to get Kid Colt to avenge his death. "Man of the Family" text story. "Dust of Destiny," art by Syd Shores; The Black Rider is out looking for Bobby Lathrop when he spots a Comanche warrior named Bear Paw walking with the boy's horse; The Black Rider asks where Bear Paw found the horse and learns that it was found in a nearby stream; The pair go back and the Black Rider finds that the boy was digging around the stream and that some men dismounted around them; the Black Rider then finds their trail and decides to follow it. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; One evening Kid Colt witnesses some men moving some cattle and find it suspicious, but is hit over the back of the head with the butt of a gun before he can wonder further; He comes around at dawn and is found by a wealthy female rancher named Cora Williams; When he tells her about what happened she tells him that the cattle were likely stolen from her neighbor by rustlers and asks if she can hire him for protection to insure that nobody steals her cattle. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 42

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; As Kid Colt is riding across the range when he spots smoke and decides to check out the source; He finds that someone has set fire to the town of Axle City and comes to the people's aid. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is attacked by the Native American warrior named Running Creek, but despite the ambush he manages to knock Running Creek off his horse; Dismounting his own, Kid Colt challenges Running Creek to a fist fight, but Running Creek refuses to fight with anything but weapons. "Bandit's Mistake" text story, art by Syd Shores. "Gun-Duel At Dusk," art by Syd Shores; The Black Rider spots some Sioux warriors carrying a boy with them, and seeing that they are not hostile decides to go an investigate; The Sioux found the boy wandering in the hills near their village and was very sick so they took him in to care for; Unable to treat him, they decided to bring him to Leadville. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Mr. Wilson and his gang of men have cornered Bob Mason and demands that he hand over the map to his gold mine, when Bob refuses his is gunned down; Searching his body they find nothing, but their shots attracted the attention of Kid Colt who heads toward them forcing them to flee. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 43
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Having traveled into Mexico, Kid Colt has crossed paths with a Mexican bandit named Sanchez and his gang; While they are trading lead, one of Sanchez's men sneaks up behind him and strikes the outlaw hero over the head with the butt of his rifle; However, Sanchez stops his men short of shooting Kid Colt, deciding it will more fitting to dump out his canteens and leaving the Kid to die of thirst in the desert. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt awakens and learns that his canteens have been emptied and pushes Steel to try and get to water before they both die in the desert;. He finally reaches his destination, the ranch of his friend Perez. "Branded" text story. "The Meeting," pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Chris Rule; The Black Rider has tracked down an outlaw named Lash Bellows and warns him against causing trouble for Brad Conway in the town of Leadville; When Bellows draws, the Rider shoots the guns out of his hands and sends him packing; The Rider then returns back to town and changes back into his alter ego Dr. Matthew Masters in order to treat Conway for a gunshot wound. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding along the deserts when he spots a wagon train and decides to go down and say hello to them and see if there is any way he can help them out; Also spotting the homesteaders are a group of Native Americans who also head toward the approaching caravan; The guide for the homesteaders is Mapes who sees the approaching Native Americans as a threat and demands to know what they want. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 44
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    Cover art by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; An outlaw named Monk and his young ally Chess attack a stage coach; Passing by is Kid Colt who attempts to stop them only to be shot in the shoulder as they escape; Seeking medical aid, the Kid comes across a cabin old by an elderly old lady; She treats his wounds and the Kid is shocked to see a photo and that the old woman's grandson is Chess, the boy who was working with Monk, however he says nothing. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt spots and outlaw named Jory and his gang who have a Native American man as their prisoner; Charging at them with guns blazing, the Kid orders them to let the man go. "Six-Gun Trial!" text story. "The Lawman from Yuma!", pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Chris Rule; The Black Rider has tracked down the shack where Drag Hamill and his gang have been hiding out; Spying on them he over hears how they intend to kill Marshall Ben Blade, the law man being sent from Yuma to capture them; The Black Rider rushes off to follow Blade's trail to see if he can assist the famous law man. "Bad-Man's Roost," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding along the trail when he is approached by his young friend Jamie Watson, who needs help; The young boy explains that Link Stanton and his gang have taken over the entire town of Shady Corners. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 45

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    Cover art by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt has come to the aid of Sue Simms the niece of his friend who had inherited his property after his death; Upon his arrival he has to help defend Sue's home from a gang of outlaws who have come to scare her off the property; Killing many of them, the surviving members of the gang flee the area. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt crosses paths with a gang of outlaws who had just robbed the bank in Sweetwater; They try to gun him down, however the outlaw hero proves to be the better shot and manages to fight them into retreat before fleeing the other way himself. "Gun Battle" text story, art by Russ Heath. "The Doomed Express," pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Chris Rule; While riding through the desert the Black Rider spots a man crawling along the hard pan dying of thirst; He gives the man some water and takes him back to Leadville; There the Black Rider changes into his alter ego of Dr. Matthew Masters and treats the man for dehydration. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt has been on the trail of Vance Corbett and his gang for murdering his friend Jim Parkins; However, Corbett and his gang have captured Kid Colt and tied him to a tree; Before Corbett and his gang can kill Kid Colt they hear a nearby rattle snake and decide to leave Kid Colt to die by its poisonous bite. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 46

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. "Rival Guns," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding through the range when he is stopped by a gang of men who demand answers as to who he is and what his business is passing through; Not liking their rough ways of getting those answers, Kid Colt shoots it out with them, but he is forced to flee when reinforcements led by their leader King arrive with guns blazing. Untitled story, pencils by Jack Keller; Kid Colt comes to the aid of an old timer named Gus who is attacked by wolves during a rain storm, and saves his life; Seeking cover to make camp for the night, Kid Colt learns that the old man has found gold and has been followed by wolves of a different kind: a gang of outlaws led by a man named Maddox who seeks to claim the gold for himself before Gus can stake a claim. "The Trap" text story. "The Schoolmarm Was a Gentleman!", art by Syd Shores. Untitled story, pencils by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is on the trail of outlaw Jess Keegan, tracking him down to a cabin for a showdown; The Kid rushes to the cabin and kicks the door down and quickly disarms Keegan but shooting the guns out of his hands; However, Keegan manages to escape by throwing a lantern in the Kid's face and escaping. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 47

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, pencils by Jack Keller; At a gambling house, Kid Colt has come to pull Bob Fletcher out of a scrap with Spade a local gambler and his men, fighting Spade's goons and helping Bob escape; Returning to the home that Bob shares with his sister Sally, both Kid Colt and Sally demand to know why Bob got into a fight. "Ambush!", art by Jack Keller; Camping out for the night, Kid Colt is suddenly attacked by a bear, catching him off guard; Before the bear can harm the outlaw hero it is shot dead by a young boy named Ted and Kid Colt thanks the boy for his help and commends the lad for his quick shooting; Suddenly they are interrupted by Ted's uncle Steve who scolds the boy for wandering off. "Windy Trail" text story. "The Land Grabber!", art by Doug Wildey. Untitled story, pencils by Jack Keller; Riding through a flash flood in a storm, Kid Colt rescues a young girl named Miss Miller who was swept out of her hometown of Mayville when it flooded; Taking her to cover they wait out the storm and the flood and the following morning return to Mayville; There, Kid Colt finds Hoaks and his gang trying to look the town and sends them packing. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 48

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. "Ambush!", art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is camping out for the night when he hears some men approaching his camp on horseback; Going to investigate he is suddenly surrounded by a gang of bandits who easily get the drop on him and take him prisoner; Kid Colt is taken to outlaw leader Pepito Chavez who has come to force the Kid to assist him in robbing a wagon train of supplies bringing rifles and ammunition to a nearby army fort; he has come to get Kid Colt as the Kid knows the region well enough. "The Wild One," art by Jack Keller; Out on a ride, Kid Colt encounter a ranch foreman named Jory and his men abusing a wild horse they have tied up; The Kid orders them to stop and shoots the guns out of their hands; However, before the situation can escalate further, Jory's employer Miss Peters intervenes and orders Kid Colt to stand down at rifle point. "Hunting Party" text story. "Man With a Gun," pencils by Joe Kubert, inks by Sy Moskowitz. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; While riding through the range, Kid Colt hears gun shots and a scream and goes to investigate their source. He finds a lone man standing over a dead body and assumes that he is the killer, the man—named Jeff—believes that Kid Colt murdered the man; Kid Colt easily disarms him by shooting the guns out of Jeff's hands. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 49

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    Cover art by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is in the audience of a court case against an outlaw named Vance; Vance shocks those in the court by getting up from his chair and trying to walk out on his trial. Kid Colt then steps in and uses his shooting skills to keep Vance and his gang members in line until the court comes to a close. "The Raiders," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt comes to the aid of his friend Frank who is the sheriff of a local town when it is attacked by Danny Lawson and his gang who succeed in robbing the Express office after wounding Frank and manage to escape; In the aftermath of the gun battle, Frank is chastised by the locals who demand that he do more, but his fiancé Cora comes to support him. "Stockman's Breed" text story. "The Man in Black," art by Art Peddy. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding along the range when he spots the Central Railroad locomotive being attacked by outlaws; Rushing to the train's aid, Kid Colt drives the outlaws away, but not before killing the coal shoveler in the locomotive cab. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Kid Colt Outlaw (1948) 50

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    Cover art by Carl Burgos. "Danger Town," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt heads into the town of Sleepy Valley, recalling how it was a peaceful place the last time he travelled through; He suddenly realizes how quickly its changed when a gang of outlaws attempt to bushwhack him. "Badman's Feud," art by Jack Keller; Local bully Bull Legress is goading a local pacifist named Craig to fight him; However, before Bull can harm the man, Kid Colt gets in the middle of the fight, shooting the gun out of Bull's hand and sending him packing. "The Showdown" text story. "The End of the Rio Kid!", art by Bob McCarty. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt stops Flint Waters and his gang from robbing a Wells Fargo Express office, and when the local sheriff comes to take Flint away, he vows that no prison will be able to hold him and vows to get revenge against Kid Colt; As the sheriff brings Flint and his gang to jail, other members of his gang ambush them on the path and help free Flint from capture. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.