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Rawhide Kid (1955) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 1
    • Paper: Off white
    • Label #1445708001

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled Rawhide Kid story, art by Bob Brown and Joe Maneely; first appearance of the Rawhide Kid; Hearing gunshots, the Rawhide Kid rides his horse to a ranch where the rancher is being bushwacked by rustlers; Despite his interference the Rawhide Kid fails to prevent the owner of the ranch from being shot dead. "The Menace of White Face!", art by Bob Brown; While riding across a rope bridge, Randy falls off his horse and almost goes over the edge, but the Rawhide Kid quickly rescues the boy with his lasso. "Wrong Man" text story. "The Death of Wyatt Earp!", art by Bob Forgione; Sheriff Wyatt Earp had cleaned out the town of Abilene, however while on a two week vacation outlaw Moose Morrill and his gang sought to take it over by first eliminating him. "The Sioux Attack!", art by Bob Brown; The Rawhide Kid and Randy come across a man who has been killed by Sioux Native American warriors, Rawhide tells his young ward to stand back since the Sioux must have left the dead man out as a trap, and sure enough his hunch proves right when they are attacked by a band of Sioux warriors. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 2

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Hangman's Justice!", art by Bob Brown; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are riding along the range when they witness a man being kidnapped; The Kid and Clayton are shot at when they rush to the man's rescue and although they kill one of the kidnappers the other escape with their victim. "Six-Gun Scholar!", art by Bob Brown; While riding across the range, the Rawhide Kid is shocked when a pair of men rope up Randy off his horse with a lasso; The Kid shoots the rope free and learn that they are truant officers who then try to use strong arm tactics to find out why Randy isn't in school. "Trouble on the Trail" text story. "The Last Victim of Husk Grant!", art by Harry Anderson. "Ambush Gang!", art by Bob Brown; On his way home from school, Randy is ambushed by a group of men who then take him prisoner for their boss; When the Rawhide Kid learns that Randy went missing after class, the Kid searches for the boy, learning he was bushwhacked but cannot find the trail; At the local saloon shortly thereafter, the Rawhide Kid is approached by one of the gang with a note written by Randy. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 3
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    • 1" Spine split from top. Heavy cover oxidation.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Six-Gun Lesson!", art by Bob Brown; The Rawhide Kid is riding when he is attacked by a gang of horse rustlers who seek to steal his horse Apache; The Kid fights them off and they find him too much of a match and flee the scene; Feeling that his ward Randy Clayton might in be danger, the Rawhide Kid pays a visit to the school to learn that none of the boys had arrived in class, troubling the Kid. "The Rustlers!", art by Bob Brown; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are fording across a river when suddenly Randy and his horse Smokey are swept up in the currents and dragged down stream; The Kid tries to rescue Randy, but the rapids are too strong and Randy disappears. "The Search" text story. "The Easy Way!" Untitled story, art by Bob Brown; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are riding along Slide Mountain in a region the Native Americans have called the Valley of 1000 Shadows where they just narrowly avoid a rock slide; The slider reveals a large vein of green gold including a Native American hammer also bound in the gold; They take it into nearby town of Del Oro to be appraised; There the Rawhide Kid tells Randy to keep the location of the find a secret. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 4
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    • 4.75" Cumulative spine split. Cover detached.

    Cover art by Russ Heath. "The Broken Spur!", art by Bob Brown and Joe Maneely (splash page); When Juddy Hayes, a classmate of Randy Clayton, is determined to free his father from jail after he has been accused of murdering Mr. Grayson at the bank, Randy goes to warn his mentor the Rawhide Kid; The Rawhide Kid rushes into town and stops Juddy before he can set off explosives that would free his father from jail; He then rushes Juddy out of town where the boy tells the Rawhide Kid and Randy what happened the day his father was arrested: That his father went into the bank to see Mr. Grayson alone, Juddy heard two gunshots and went in. "Flaming Gem!", art by Bob Brown; Randy Clayton is playing marbles with his friend using a corker that a pair of outlaws named Slade and Kincaid recognize as fire opals; They approach Randy and as him about his corker and he tells them that he found it down by the river with a number of other similar rocks; Unaware of the value of his corker, Randy lets the men take a closer look at it; When they offer to buy it off Randy, he refuses and the men take it anyway tossing pennies at Randy and his friend; When Randy tries to fight to get his corker back, the Rawhide Kid arrives. "Brand for Trouble" text story. "The Kid's Last Ride!", art by Chuck Miller. Untitled story, art by Bob Brown and Joe Maneely (splash page); While camping out for the night the Rawhide Kid wakes up to find a cougar attempting to attack their horses; Although the Rawhide Kid manages to shoot the cougar dead, Randy's horse Smokey is too frightened to be useful anymore and the Kid has to tell his ward that Smokey needs to be put out to pasture; After dropping Smokey off at a rancher friend, the Rawhide Kid takes Randy into the town of Jackspir to find a new horse. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 5

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "The Outcasts," art by Bob Brown; While out riding with his ward Randy Clayton, the Rawhide Kid spots campfire smoke coming from Comanche territory; Believing that the Comanches would not like trespassers on their land, the Kid and Randy go to investigate; They come across a group of men trying to steal furs trapped by the Rawhide Kid's old friend Java Joe and sends them packing; Freeing Java, the Rawhide Kid invites him to come back home with them. "King Cobra!", art by Bob Brown; While out riding, the Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton come across a strange snake that they have never seen before; Spooking Randy's horse causing the boy to be thrown from his steed, the snake is about to strike but is shot dead by the Rawhide Kid; The Kid and Randy take the snake back to Greg Tate, a retired professor who tells them that the snake is a Hooded King Cobra the most deadliest reptile in the world. "Treasure Trail" text story. "The Man From Nowhere!", art by Jack Keller. "Desperate Hour!", art by Bob Brown; While out for a ride the Rawhide Kid and his ward Randy Clayton hear the pained cries of a mountain lion echoing through the range, the pair then split up to try and find the source of the noise; Randy finds the big cat first and notices that it is caught in a bear trap. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 6

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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Quicksand!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid and his young ward Randy Clayton are out on a ride when they spot a coyote chasing a rabbit near a patch of quicksand; They watch as the rabbit tricks the coyote into following him into the quicksand, the coyote gets stuck but the rabbit manages to flee; After saving the coyote from the quicksand, the Kid and Randy decide to investigate how the rabbit managed to survive. "Showdown" text story. "Six Gun Lesson!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid happens past the ranch owned by a man named Barlow and witnesses him whipping one of his horses; Disliking how the horse is being treated the Kid pulls his gun and shoots the whip and then roughs up Barlow and his men; When he notices that all the horses have the Circle Q brand on them, Barlow tells the Kid that he bought the horses fair. "Sting of the Hornet!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid is out for a ride where he comes across a dead body; Suspecting who the dead man might be, the Kid cannot know for sure because the man's guns are missing; After burying the dead man the Rawhide Kid returns to town and finds it under alert due to a sighting of an outlaw gunslinger named the Hornet. "Untamed!" "Trail to Ruin!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid comes upon a freshly robbed stage coach and frees the tied up riders learning that they were robbed by a bunch of young kids. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 7

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    Cover art by Fred Kida. "The Lost Mine!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is spying on the Fargo gang through a skylight in an abandoned building but can't make out what they are saying; Getting closer to the skylight causes a piece of broken glass to fall down, alerting them to his presence; The Kid smashes through the skylight; While he manages to shoot the guns out of the outlaws hands, they manage to knock him out and leave the Rawhide Kid tied up. "Showdown!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are out riding on the range they come across a man tied to his horse; Going to his aid, they find that he is still alive and revive him; They learned that he was roughed up by a local gambler named Haskins. "Trapped!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are out riding when they spot the drive team of a wagon running loose, they chase after the horses and get them to stop; They then follow their trail back to the wagon they came from and treat the driver and pull his wagon up right; They learn take him to Fort Slater, where he tells the captain that his escort at Blacksnake Mesa attacked him and robbed him of his supply of weapons. "Teacher's Trail" text story. "The Coward!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Al Williamson, inks by Gray Morrow. "Gold Strike!", art by Dick Ayers; While riding into town the Rawhide Kid is told by some of Randy's friends that his ward is sick at the doctors; The Kid goes to the doctor and learns that young mister Clayton is sick from eating too much candy; When asking Randy how he got so much candy, Randy reveals that he struck gold and used some of it to buy the candy; Just as Randy is telling the Kid that he found the gold at Snake Creek, the Kid realizes that someone is spying at the window. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 8
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    • Paper: Off white to white
    • Label #1396755005
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    Cover art by John Severin. "Powder Keg!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid comes across his ward Randy Clayton and his friend playing with sticks of dynamite; Just as Randy throws one the Kid catches it and then gathers up all the sticks scattered around and douses them in a nearby river; Suspecting that a passing stage might have dropped them, the Rawhide Kid takes the boys into town to talk to the sheriff about it. "Escape" text story. "The Raiders!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid rides into town to find that Sheriff Pack Tilford has been replaced by a man named Wildcat Garney who has put out an ordinance demanding that all citizens of Shotgun City turn in their guns; Believing in his Constitutional right to bear arms, the Rawhide Kid refuses to turn over his guns; He clashes with Wildcat and his men. "The Little Avenger!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid just narrowly fails to stop a gang of outlaws who have just robbed a stagecoach carrying ten thousand dollars in gold bars; Soon after, while the Kid's ward Randy Clayton is out for a ride he comes across the outlaws burying their stolen loot in the ground. "Notch Morgan, Gun-Fighter!", art by Dick Ayers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 9

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    Cover art by John Severin. "Outlaw's Ambush!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; In the streets of Mesquite the Rawhide Kid spots a man about to be bushwhacked and shoots the guns out of his attacker's hands; It turns out they attacked the man--named Carter--due to the fact that he was once arrested for robbing a stagecoach, he spent 3 years in Yuma pen despite insisting that he was innocent of the crimes; Carter decides to leave, but the Rawhide Kid doesn't believe he should leave if he was innocent of the crime. "Duty Trail" text story. "Pecos Justice!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is present during the trial of Trigger Flaig; Expecting a guilty verdict he and the rest of the court room is shocked when Judge Jim Blake finds him innocent; When the locals try to react violently against Blake, the Kid stops them reminding them that they have to respect the decisions of the law. Untitled story, pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid and Randy spot buzzards flying in the sky and race to their location to find a stagecoach that was apparently attacked by Comanches; Finding the crew of the stagecoach they also believe it is the work of Comanches. "The Judge!", script by Stan Lee, art by Hy Fleishman. "Winner Take All!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache; The Rawhide Kid pays a visit to the gambling den of Faro Price and orders him to takes his crooked games and leave town after he cheated a local rancher out of his ranch and live stalk; The Kid plays a high stakes game risking Randy Clayton's education on who can draw the higher card. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 10
    Published Sep 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by John Severin. "The Man in the Black Stetson!", pencils by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid comes across a man named Anson wearing a unique black Stetson on the trail about to be bushwhacked by a pair of gunmen and stops them; The two men then claim that they mistook the rider for someone else; The man notes that this is the second time he was attacked by someone and joins the Rawhide Kid in bringing the shooters to the jail in Shotgun City. "Deep Gulch Mystery" text story. "Ghost of Bull Run!", pencils by Dick Ayers; The sheriff rushes to the home owned by the Rawhide Kid and tells the Kid and his ward Randy Clayton that someone has broken the the Kelsey gang; They return to Shotgun City too late to stop the outlaws from escaping but the Kid much to the annoyance of the locals; However, the Rawhide Kid finds tracks that they can trail but soon the trail runs cold forcing them to return town to learn that a gambling syndicate has set up in town while they were gone. "Blind Justice!", pencils by Dick Ayers; In a lawless town the Rawhide Kid is confronted by a man seeking to get out of town and is willing to shoot the Kid and steal his horse to get it; The Kid offers up his horse, but when the gunslinger tires to leave, Apache bucks him off. When the Kid subdues the would-be horse thief and asks where the law is and is laughed at. "Man On the Run!", script by Stan Lee. "Showdown in Shadow Gap!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is returning to Shotgun City and finds two men blocking his path in Shadow Gap; When they refuse to let him pass, the Kid lets his guns do the talking and sends them packing, but they vow to get back at him; Not liking the looks of the two characters he just encountered, the Rawhide Kid decides to follow them and see what they are up to. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 11
    Published Nov 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by John Severin. "Six-Gun Thunder!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid has cornered a young outlaw named Jack Bell in a shack; When Jack uses up all of his bullets, the Kid pretends to have been struck, tricking the boy into coming out; He subdues Jack and believing that the boy can redeem himself asks why he has become an outlaw. "Mysterious Stranger" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Wanted: Dead or Alive!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton witness a man tied to his horse galloping into town; Checking him they find the man clinging to life and bring him to Dr. Garret for treatment; Sending Randy to get the sheriff, the Rawhide Kid checks the man's belonging and learns that he is a US Marshal from Shawnee county who had a warrant out for the Shand gang with a message "dead men can't serve warrants!" written on it by Clem Shand the leader of the gang. Untitled story, art by Dick Ayers; A gang of outlaws smash the tax office of Shotgun City, escaping with the paperwork the tax collector had been compiling on back taxes and escape; When the Rawhide Kid comes to see what the commotion was about, he learns about the various tax dodgers that are holed up Bushwhacker County. "Showdown!", script by Stan Lee, art by Syd Shores. "Retribution!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Dick Ayers; Riding into town during a storm, the Rawhide Kid is greeted by Sheriff Ben Yarby who tells the Kid that a freak lightning strike managed to free Bat Kimball out of his cell, however they hope to capture him as the lightning had blinded him and they go out searching for him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 12
    Published Jan 1957 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Range War!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is leading a band of settlers onto open government land near Shotgun City when he comes across a roadblock with armed guards; The Kid orders them to stand down, telling them that the nesters have the right to set up a home on the open land; The men refuse to do so and tell the Kid he can argue it with Bull Brennan, who is looking out for the interests of local ranchers. "Indian Bow" text story. Untitled story, art by Dick Ayers; Rawhide Kid and his ward Randy Clayton are shut in during a storm when Randy suddenly notices a man standing in front of one of the windows; The Kid goes to the door and greets the man who asks for their help as he is being chased; He explains that he is Russ Howland the lawman for Javlin County and he has been chased by the Briggs brothers of whom he has warrants out for their arrest that will see them in jail for life. "The Last Roundup!", art by Dick Ayers; Witnessing a stampede of cattle, the Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton rush in and manage to stop the herd; They are confronted by the cattle drivers who accuse the Kid of starting the stampede, but when they try to take him by force he shoots the guns out of their hands and tells them his story. "Kid Six-Gun," script by Stan Lee, art by Pete Morisi. "Six Gun Decision!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid has taken Randy into Shotgun City to get his haircut when suddenly bullets start crashing in through the window Looking outside the window, the Rawhide Kid sees two men taking shots at a lone unarmed man. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 13
    Published Mar 1957 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by John Severin. "Condemned!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid witnesses as Buck Garrett, the ride of the Shasta stage that crashed being taken in as prisoner by Sheriff Ben Yarby; Angry at the idea that Garrett abandoned the coach before it crashed, a mob has gathered outside Shotgun City looking for vigilante justice, but the Rawhide Kid intervenes and holds them back long enough while the sheriff brings him in. "Western Schooner" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Renegade Stallion!", art by Dick Ayers; While out riding with Randy Clayton, the Rawhide Kid spots a Pony Express stallion running wild and the two capture it; They then follow its back trail and come across Jim Kendall, the rider of the horse; He tells them that he was attacked by some men, and in order to prevent them from taking his shipment of gold, he sent his horse running. "Miracle on Mesquite Flats!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid rides into Shotgun City where he spots a gunman walking into Dr. Gil Jackson's office; The Kid easily disarms the shooter; The Kid finds that Gil is cryptically light hearted about the attempted robbery, as he is flattered that the masked gunman thought he had any money and tells the Kid to set the man free. "The Gun!", script by Stan Lee, art by Pete Morisi. "The Swamp Phantom!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are investigating the report of the so-called "swamp phantom" who has been trying to keep people out of the swamp that has just been opened up as free land by the government when suddenly they are shot at; The pair dive for cover while the Randy lays out cover fire; the Kid goes around to try and get the drop on the shooters. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 14
    Published May 1957 by Marvel.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Code of Honor!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is riding into Shotgun City when he spots a young man named Jimmy Alton just as he appears to be escaping from a bank robbery; As the boy tries to escape, the Kid notices that he is highly skilled in the tricks of the trade, but still manages to capture him and bring him back anyway. "The New Sheriff," art by Joe Maneely. "The Lost Spur!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and his ward Randy Clayton spot a fire that is raging on Professor Scott's ranch and come to the aid of the Professor's family; They are too late to stop the fire from destroying Scott's home, but the Professor and his family manage to escape; Scott explains to the Rawhide Kid that some masked men burned his home to the ground. "Race Against Time!", art by Dick Ayers; Hearing that Faro James was plotting to rob the Gold Cost Express which was carrying a large sum of gold, the Rawhide Kid races to the train on his horse Apache and jumps aboard; The Kid doesn't know what Faro looks like so he begins provoking other passengers to see if they will reveal themselves as James. "The Texas Gunhawk," script by Stan Lee, art by George Tuska. Untitled story, art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is riding across the range when he comes across a dead panther and its surviving cub; Unable to see the young panther starve in the wild, the Kid decides to take it back to the ranch, thinking it would make a great surprise for his ward Randy Clayton. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 15
    Published Jun 1957 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by John Severin. "The Last Warning!", art by Dick Ayers; With a drought hitting Shotgun City water is scarce thanks in part to the Gore Brothers damming up their water so none of it gets to town; When the Rawhide Kid spots the Gore Brothers trying to take water from his trough, the Kid shoots their water bags and forces them off his property, but they vow to get revenge against him. "A Part of the West" text story. "Bullets or Ballots!", art by Dick Ayers; Tippy Cole and his gang try to enter Shotgun City, but the Rawhide Kid is there to block their way, telling them to scram or the sheriff will lock them up; However Tippy, who has studied law, tells the Rawhide Kid that Sheriff Ben Yarby's position as sheriff has expired that day and they don't have a legal sheriff in town. "The Scourge of the Plains!", art by Dick Ayers; The town of Shotgun City is on full alert when the ugly outlaw named Clem Boggs rides into town; When Boggs arrives and begins causing trouble, the Rawhide Kid easily disarms him and berates him based on his looks before sending Clem packing. However while the Rawhide Kid was dealing with Boggs, Randy slipped out the back door. "Outlaw!", art by Bob Bean. "A Vow of Vengeance!", art by Dick Ayers; As the Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are out riding a young man named Billy Tappan tries to take a shot at the Kid, but Randy spots the shooter and quickly ropes him up before he can fire; The sheriff is called in and the young man accuses the Rawhide Kid of rustling his family's cattle and burning down their barn ten years ago. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 16
    Published Aug 1957 by Marvel.
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    Cover art by Fred Kida. "The Man Who Couldn't Talk!", art by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid and Randy Clayton are in Shotgun City when they spot a man tied to a horse near the brink of death with a note pinned to his back; The note reads "This hombre got too nosey and too close" which does not tell them much. "Good Ranch Hand" text story, art by John Severin. "Stampede!", art by Dick Ayers; With a herd of cattle stampeding toward Shotgun City, the Rawhide Kid takes control of the situation; He gets the locals to string a rope across the town's main stream and drapes fabric along the rope; When the cattle get near to town, the Kid and the other locals light the fabric on fire, spooking the cattle away from town; Rounding up the herd they find brands belonging to the Triangle X ranch that is located out in San Pedro. "The Man Who Flaunted the Law!", art by Dick Ayers; Wealthy Jake Bragg is on the rampage in town shooting the place up but he is put down hard by the Rawhide Kid who tries to talk sense into him that he has to contribute his wealth to town, but Bragg refuses and leaves town; The Rawhide Kid then checks in with Ben Yarby, who tells him that Bragg is at the top of the list for people who owe taxes to the town. "The Bushwhacker," script by Don Rico, art by Angelo Torres. "Desperate Decision!", art by Dick Ayers; Clyde Madison is running trouble in town forcing the Rawhide Kid to put a stop to his wild shooting; The Kid takes his guns away but Clyde warns him that he will get revenge, telling the Kid and Sheriff Ben Yarby that his father is the notorious outlaw Blast Madison before he is forced to ride out of town. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 17
    Published Sep 1957 by Marvel.
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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Beware! The Rawhide Kid," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; When Johnny Bart's uncle Ben Bart is gunned down by criminals, Johnny becomes the Rawhide Kid to stop them. "Dynamite Trail" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid prevents a stagecoach robbery. "With Gun in Hand!", script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck; Les Cooper learns a lesson from his cousin Joe Cooper, who refuses to wear a gun. "When the Rawhide Kid Turned... Outlaw!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Rawhide Kid discovers who has been rustling Clay Rockwell's cattle; In the process of catching the rustler, Rawhide Kid becomes an outlaw. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 18
    Published Oct 1960 by Marvel.
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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "At the Mercy of Wolf Waco!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Having been recognized in town the Rawhide Kid mounts his horse Nightwind and flees town, using his superior gun-slinging skills to shoots the weapons out of the hands of those who try to stop him; Getting away from his pursuers, the Kid finds a cave to take cover in. Inside he is confronted by an outlaw named Wolf Waco and his gang. "The Brave White Man" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Midnight Raiders!" featuring "Wild Bill" Hickok, script by Stan Lee, pencils by Ross Andru, inks by Mike Esposito. "A Legend Is Born!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Going into a saloon for a meal in Border City, the Rawhide Kid overhears some men inside talking about how they have heard that he is in the area and tries his hardest not to be recognized; However, the description the men have of him is way off: They heard that the Rawhide Kid is a big man of at least six-feet tall and mean looking, nothing like the scrawny 18 year old man that is trying so hard not to be discovered. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 19
    Published Dec 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Gun Duel In Trigger Gap!: Chapter 1: The Garson Gang Strikes!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is trying to lay low in the town of Trigger Gap in one of the local saloons when he is confronted by outlaw Big Bill Corbet who has come to inform the Kid that he does not like strangers in his town; Not wishing to draw attention to himself due to his status as an outlaw, the Rawhide Kid ties to diffuse the situation by telling Corbet that he doesn't want any trouble; This brings laughter from Big Bill who calls the Kid a coward and kicks over the young gunslinger over in his chair before leaving the saloon. "Two-Gun Justice" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Chapter 2: Revenge of the Rawhide Kid!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Rip Snorter" starring Kit Carson, script by Stan Lee, art by Paul Reinman. "Fight or Crawl, Kid!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Crow Mallon recognizes the Rawhide Kid in a local saloon and challenges him to a draw; The Rawhide Kid refuses to fight, not wanting any trouble, but Crow will have none of that and punches the Kid from behind, knocking the outlaw hero to his feet; Crow then explains how he wants to prove that he is the better gunman over the Rawhide Kid and proves it by shooting candles out of the chandelier above them and then shooting bottles off the bar across the room. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 20
    Published Feb 1961 by Marvel.
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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Shoot-Out With Blackjack Bordon: Chapter One: The Treachery of Blackjack Bordon," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid confronts three men who he warned to leave town within 30 minutes; They refuse to leave and think they have the Kid outnumbered, but the Rawhide Kid uses his legendary gun-fighting skills to send the outlaws packing; Witnessing this is another outlaw named Blackjack Borden who hopes to use the Kid to his own ends. "Old Mining Town" text story. "Chapter 2: The Rawhide Kid Strikes Back!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Return of the Gunfighter!", script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck. "The Defeat of the Rawhide Kid!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; On the run for three days straight with no food, drink or rest the Rawhide Kid eventually collapses under the strain near a ranch, whose owner and his son Bobby bring him in; When the Kid recovers his strength, Bobby recognizes who the Rawhide Kid really is, and the Kid soon realizes that Bobby idolizes outlaws; When the Kid decides it's best to leave, Bobby refuses to let him leave and offers to join the Kid. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 21
    Published Apr 1961 by Marvel.
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    • 2 1/4" Spine split from top of comic.

    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Gunmen of Sundown City! Chapter 1," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; In a local saloon the Rawhide Kid is caught by the local US Marshal, Ben Carson, who tries to take the outlaw hero into his custody; However when the Kid tries to draw the Marshal proves to be the faster shot and manages to blast the guns out of the Kid's hands and takes Rawhide as his prisoner; Carson then orders the Kid onto his horse to be taken to the county seat; As they ride away they are witnessed by the locals who don't wish to be Carson's shoes; Along the trail the Rawhide Kid takes a chance to get away and orders Nightwind to buck, knocking Carson and his horse over allowing the Rawhide Kid the opportunity to make a break for it; Carson realizes that he has broken his ankle and orders his horse to go back to town and get help. "The Ghostly Prints" text story. "Part 2: The Kid Fights for His Life!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Part 3: The Rawhide Kid -- Outlaw!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Part 4: Showdown with Grizzly Younger," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Gunslinger!" starring Seth Brown, Mr. Grimes, Slim, and Bat Brown (as Flash), script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 22
    Published Jun 1961 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Beware!! The Terrible Totem!!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is on the run from a posse when his horse Nightwind suddenly trips over a gopher hole sending the Kid sprawling; Unwilling to hurt the lawmen, the Rawhide Kid shoots the reigns on their horses allowing him to mount Nightwind and escape; With the posse still on his heels, the Rawhide Kid sends Nightwind riding off along to send the posse on a false trail until he can get away; The Kid soon arrives at a nearby silver mine and asks for a job, but the foreman refuses to give him one striking the Kid down. "Part 2: The Totem Strikes!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Part 3: Trapped by the Totem!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Part 4: The End of the Totem," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "No Guns in Town" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Slap Leather, Lawman!", script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 23
    Published Aug 1961 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Origin of the Rawhide Kid!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; Rancher Ben Bart raises his adopted son, Johnny, to become the best possible gunfighter he can be; Johnny quickly adapts to wielding the twin "magic" colts and learns a variety of gun-fighting techniques including the "Road Agent's Spin" and the "Border Shift."; Shortly after his eighteenth birthday, Ben sends Johnny into town to pick up the monthly provisions; While he is gone, two gunfighters named Hawk Brown and Spade encroach upon the Bart ranch. "Golden Trail" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "A Place to Hide!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid is sitting down to a meal when he is suddenly surrounded by a gang of men who have recognized the famous outlaw; However, the Kid manages to fight them off and shoot out the lantern lighting the saloon, plunging it in darkness; This cover allows the Kid to escape out a window and escapes out of town on his horse Nightwind; Growing sick of being hunted down constantly, the Rawhide Kid begins to wonder if it will ever end; He ends up in the town of Sagebrush where the locals welcome him by catching him in a lasso. "They Called Him Outlaw!" starring Slim, Tom, Slade, and Hulk, script by Stan Lee, art by Paul Reinman. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 24
    Published Oct 1961 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "Showdown in Silver City!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid has to talk tough to get aboard a coach heading to Silver City due to his outlaw status, the coach driver initially refusing him passage but giving in warning the Kid not to cause any trouble; Also aboard the coach is an older man who has no objections that the Rawhide Kid is riding with them; Along the way to Silver City the coach is attacked by a band of raiders who wound the driver, causing him to fall off the coach and spooking the horses into running wild. "Tie Your Sixgun Low," art by Joe Maneely. "The Man without a Gun!", script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. "Gunman's Gamble!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Rawhide Kid comes upon local businessman Mr. Blade about to take away an elderly woman's house because she was unable to pay the two hundred dollars owing on the mortgage; Unwilling to see a harmless woman being tossed out into the street the Kid tries to intervene and gets smacked across the face for his troubles. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #25
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 25
    Published Dec 1961 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Bat Strikes!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Kid battles a new foe, one donned in a dark outfit that leaves his face a mystery to all. Trail of Long Ago text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Twister!", script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. "The Man Who Robbed The Express!", script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers; A train robber mistakes a railroad detective for a potential accomplice. "Those Who Live by the Gun," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers; The Kid defeats a group of criminals intent on capturing him and turning him in for the reward. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #26
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 26
    Published Feb 1962 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. Rawhide Kid stars in Trapped by the Bounty Hunter, Shoot-Out at Scragg's Saloon, and The Bullet-Proof Man, scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. Stagecoach Race, art by Joe Maneely. Strong-Man, script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #27
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 27
    Published Apr 1962 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. Rawhide Kid stars in When Six-Guns Roar, The Girl, the Gunman, and the Apaches, and The Man Who Caught the Kid, scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. Mustang Maverick text story, Joe Maneely. The Fury of Bull Barker, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #28
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 28

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    "Doom in the Desert," "The Guns of Jasker Jelko," and "When a Gunslinger Gets Mad" (scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers), plus a back-up story, "The Silent Gunman" (script by Lee, art by Paul Reinman). Statement of ownership--average paid circulation 150,162. Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #29
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 29
    Published Aug 1962 by Marvel.

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    "The Trail of Apache Joe," "The Little Man Laughs Last," and "The Fallen Hero" (scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers), plus a back-up story, "Yak Yancy, The Man Who Treed a Town" (script by Lee, art by Ayers). KIrby/Ayers cover. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #30
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 30
    Published Oct 1962 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Jack Kirby and Dick Ayers. Rawhide Kid stars in When the Kid Went Wild!, Showdown With the Crow Magnum Gang, and Riot in Railtown, scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. The Silent Man text story. This Is -- A Gun!, script by Stan Lee, art by Don Heck. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #31
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 31
    Published Dec 1962 by Marvel.

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    "Shoot-Out With Rock Rorick," "Trapped by Dead-Eye Dawson," and "No Law in Lost Mesa" (scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers), plus a back-up story, "Return of the Outlaw" (script by Lee, art by Don Heck). Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #32
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 32
    Published Feb 1963 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby. Rawhide Kid stars in Beware of the Barker Brothers, No Guns for a Gunman, scripts by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers. Home Trail text story, art by Joe Maneely. The Judge, script by Stan Lee, art by Al Hartley. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #33
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 33

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    "The Guns of Jesse James" and "The Gunfighter and the Girl" (scripts by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis) plus a back-up story, "There's a Shoot-Out Comin'" (script by Lee, art by Sol Brodsky). Statement of ownership--average paid circulation 131,183. Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #34
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 34
    Published Jun 1963 by Marvel.

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    "The Deadly Draw of Mister Lightning" and "Prisoner of the Apaches" (scripts by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis), plus a back-up story, "Man of the West" (script by Lee, pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Dick Ayers). Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #35
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 35
    Published Aug 1963 by Marvel.

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    "The Raven Strikes" and "The Birth of a Legend" (scripts by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis), plus a back-up story, "The Sheriff's Star" (script by Lee, art by Gene Colan). Jack Kirby cover pencils, Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #36
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 36
    Published Oct 1963 by Marvel.

    "The Prisoner of Outlaw Town" and "Afraid to Shoot" (scripts by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers), plus a back-up story, "Bare Knuckles in Boonville!" (script by Lee, art by Jack Keller). Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #37
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 37
    Published Dec 1963 by Marvel.

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    "The Rattler Strikes" (script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers). Back-up story, "The Mob Strikes" (script by Lee, art by Gene Colan). Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #38
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 38
    Published Feb 1964 by Marvel.

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    "Revenge of the Red Raven" (script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers). Back-up story, "This is a Stickup" (script by Lee, art by Gene Colan). Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #39
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 39
    Published Apr 1964 by Marvel.
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    "The Ape Strikes" (script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers). Back-up story, "The Frightened Man" (script by Lee, art by Jack Keller). Jack Kirby cover pencils? Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #40
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 40
    Published Jun 1964 by Marvel.

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    Cover art by Jack Kirby and Sol Brodsky. The Rawhide Kid Meets The Two-Gun Kid, script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. Murder on the Mesa text story. Ad for Avengers #5. The Fastest Draw!, script by Stan Lee (Plot) and Larry Lieber (Script), art by Larry Lieber. 36 pgs. $0.12. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #41
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 41
    Published Aug 1964 by Marvel.
    • RESTORATION, Minor color touch.

    "The Tyrant of Tombstone Territory" (script by Stan Lee, pencils by Jack Keller, inks by Paul Reinman). Back-up story, "The Winner" (plot by Lee, script and pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Sol Brodsky). Jack Kirby cover pencils Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #42
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 42
    Published Oct 1964 by Marvel.

    "Gunfight With Yerby's Yahoos" (plot by Stan Lee, script and art by Larry Lieber). Back-up story "The Tall Man" by the same creative team. Letter in letter column from OAF (Oklahoma Alliance of Fans) members Bruce Shults and Matt Waldroop. Bruce is today the foremost Popeye collector in the country. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #43
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 43
    Published Dec 1964 by Marvel.

    "Where the Outlaws Ride" (script and art by Larry Lieber), plus a back-up story, "The Gunfighter They Called Brass Buttons" (script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Kirby). Rawhide Kid pin-up by Kirby. Kirby cover. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #44
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 44
    Published Feb 1965 by Marvel.
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • Minor color touch

    "The Masked Maverick" (plot by Stan Lee, script and art by Larry Lieber) and a back-up story, "When the Gunmen Come" (also by Lieber). Letters column begins. Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #45
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 45

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    Origin retold in "Gunman's Quest" (script and art by Larry Lieber) plus a back-up story, "The Gun-Slinger" (also by Lieber). Statement of ownership--average print run 315,200; average paid circulation 187,100. Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #46
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 46
    Published Jun 1965 by Marvel.
    • Staple rust with migration.
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    "The Deadly Doc Holliday" (script and art by Larry Lieber), plus a back-up story, "The Warning" (script and art by Alex Toth, inks by Vince Colletta). Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #47
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 47
    Published Aug 1965 by Marvel.

    "The River Boat Raiders" (script and art by Larry Lieber), plus a back-up story, "They Called Him Coward" (script by Al Hartley, pencils by Sol Brodsky, inks by Frank Giacoia as "Frank Ray"). Jack Kirby cover pencils. Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #48
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 48
    Published Oct 1965 by Marvel.

    "The Bounty Hunter" (script and art by Larry Lieber) plus a back-up story, "Incident at Pecos Pass" (script and pencils by Sol Brodsky, inks by Carl Hubbell). Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #49
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 49
    Published Dec 1965 by Marvel.

    "The Menacing Masquerader" (script and pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Carl Hubbell), plus a reprint back-up story from issue 35, "The Sheriff's Star" (script by Stan Lee, art by Gene Colan). Letter to the editor from comics and book retailer Bud Plant. Jack Kirby cover pencils? Cover price $0.12.

  • Issue #50
    Rawhide Kid (1955) 50
    Published Feb 1966 by Marvel.

    Kid Colt guest stars in "The Menacing Masquerader Strikes Again" (script and pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Carl Hubbell), plus a reprint back-up story from Two-Gun Kid 65, "Too Frightened to Fight" (script by Stan Lee, art by Paul Reinman; no Two-Gun Kid appearance). Cover price $0.12.