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Two-Gun Kid (1948) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 1

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    Cover by Syd Shores. First appearance of Two Gun Kid in "Introducing the Two Gun Kid," art by Syd Shores; The Two-Gun Kid and his horse Cyclone ride into the town of Sundown, Arizona; There a stray bullet zips by knocking off the cowboy's had; Suspecting trouble, Two-Gun rushes to the saloon where the shot rang out from and finds a man shot in the arm for refusing to take a drink with another. First appearance of Blaze Carson (unnamed) in "The Sheriff"; The Sheriff is spending his quiet day playing checkers with one of the locals when he hears someone beating up on a horse. "Two Hungry Hikers" text story. "The Code of the West," art by Syd Shores; Dry Gultch, Nevada has been plagued with a series of bank robberies that has kept the town living in fear, and the sheriff unable to catch the gang responsible; 20 minutes after the most recent robbery, Sheriff Winn gathers a posse to go out looking for the thieves and bring them to justice. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 2

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    Cover pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Bill Everett. "Trapped in Outlaw City," script by William Woolfolk, art by Syd Shores; A small western town is hit by a bunch of bank robbers who clean out the local Wells Fargo branch, and the local sheriff is powerless to stop the robbery. "Who Was Kaspar Hauser?" text story, art by Syd Shores. "The Train That Wasn't There!", script by William Woolfolk, art by John Forte; A train containing gold bullion leaves from Grange City for the town of Tarleton, some 40 miles away; However, the train mysteriously vanishes along the tracks; While a posse is gathered to try and find the train, the Two-Gun Kid rides into Tarleton. "Killer's Alibi!", art by Syd Shores; A western town has been plagued by a series of cattle rustling in recent history; The gang, led by a mysterious leader rustles the old Thompson Place. "Duel to the Death!", pencils by Syd Shores; Out in the wilderness Native American warrior Red Coyote looks down at a small western town in utter contempt of the white men who have taken over his ancestors land and vows to reclaim it for his people; Weeks later, the town has been regularly attacked by Native American's led by Red Coyote; Two-Gun Kid rides into town. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 3
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    Cover pencils by Syd Shores, inks by Bill Everett. "The Killer Badman and the Colt-Hung Kid"; Two-Gun Kid rides Cyclone into what he thinks is a peaceful town but is suddenly corrected when he hears the sounds of gunshots; He witnesses a bank robbery seeing the shooter get away. "Guns, Gold, and Glory!", art by Syd Shores; Two-Gun Kid is checking into a hotel in Cactus County, Arizona where the clerk hands him a letter; It's from Two-Gun's friend Billy Bailey who writes that he is about to die and leaves Two-Gun his ranch in payment for once saving his life. "Gun Guard for Boot-Hill!"; The Sheriff is called out into the street because there is trouble with the incoming stagecoach; Rushing outside he finds that the shotgun rider has been killed, the third this week. "Good Luck to Me" text story. "Death in the Ring!", pencils by Syd Shores, inks by John Forte; The Two-Gun Kid stops at a blacksmith to get his horse shoed, and the blacksmith suggests that the Kid take a coach up to Cimarron City to see the big fight between Curly Collins and the champ Gus Matzo; The Kid decides to go and check it out for himself. The Two Gun Kid coloring page by Syd Shores. "Oil Is Where You Find It" starring Annie Oakley. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 4
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    Cover by Syd Shores. "Wanted! Dead or Alive! The Two Gun Kid, Killer!", art by Syd Shores and Gene Colan; The Two-Gun Kid is riding into Buckhorn, Wyoming when he sees a disturbing sight: A wanted poster for his arrest over a stagecoach robbery. "Terror Rides the Range!"; Outside of Silver City, mine owner Ted French is gunned down; The shooter is about to steal his personally designed saddle when suddenly he hears someone approaching and flees the murder scene. The approaching horse is Two-Gun Kid, who checks to see if the man is still alive. "African Incident" text story. "Aztec Gold Brings Hot-Lead Justice"; Riding through Mexico near the site of ancient Aztec temples, the Two-Gun Kid is shot at by a young Mexican boy; Two-Gun easily knocks the boy off his horse and is surprised that the boy has a powerful hate on for white men. "Death Deals the High Card"; Tod Haskell, a gambler from Boston, has come to town and begins working the gambling tables; When one of the local cowpokes accuses Tod of cheating at a game of Poker, Tod pulls out a gun and is about to shoot him when Sheriff Blaze Carson enters the saloon and shoots the gun out of Tod's hand. "Lead Branded Maverick" starring Two-Gun Kid. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 5

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    Cover by Syd Shores. Anti-Wertham letter in this issue. "The Rider of the Owlhoot Trail!", art by Syd Shores; Two-Gun Kid is riding the range when he spots a coach that appears to have been robbed; Going to the aid of the passengers and coach riders who have been tied up, he learns that they were attacked by someone calling themselves the Black Ride. "The Guardian" text story. "Guns Blast in Thunder Pass!"; In the Western Prairies Molly Prentice is riding her horse when somebody shoots the horse in the head. Thrown from the dying mare, Molly lands in the path of a rattle snake about to strike; Two-Gun Kid steps in. "Marvel Comics Group" article; Dr Jean Thompson, psychiatrist, is announced as an editorial consultant; This was to ensure that Marvel Comics "contain nothing that might meet with objections." "Annie Clicks in Politics" starring Arizona Annie. "Shotgun Justice" starring The Two-Gun Kid, art by Syd Shores; Two-Gun Kid rides into a western town to see an outlaw named Samson making the local sheriff dance under the shots of his six-guns. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 6
    • Oxidation.

    Cover by Syd Shores. "Trail of the Owl-Hooter"; Two-Gun Kid is called to San Antonio, Texas by the governor of the state who hires him to track down and bring in an outlaw named Chet "Limpy" Saunders. "Trouble by the Gallon!"; Riding the range and running low on water, the Two-Gun Kid rides into the Evans Ranch to see if he can refill his canteen; He is confronted by owner Steve Evans and his ranch hands at first believe him to be a member of Sam Stone's ranch. "Prairie Fire" text story. "Showdown on the Sonoma Stage"; In the town of Somona, a stage coach carrying gold is once more robbed and the driver shot dead; Hoping to stop the thief, the local banker hires Tex Taylor to ride shotgun on the next ride out. "Marvel Comics Group" editorial disputing Dr. Wertham's article in the Saturday Review of Literature. Death Rides the Range!; At the Double Bar ranch, Billy Harrison finds another one of the ranches cattle dead; Two-Gun Kid passes through the area and Billy thinks him the source of the cattle dying and tries to shoot him. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 7

    "Brand of the Killers!"; Horn City: Two-Gun Kid is a patron at the Ace Saloon where he witnesses young Billy Horn is forced into an altercation with a patron whom Billy shoots dead. Article in defense of comics, comparing anti-comics critics to anti-novel critics. "Fine Feathers and Flying Fists!"; Two-Gun Kid hears a boy crying and goes to see if he is okay; He learns that the boy has been run out of town and school, and is intending to run away to become a gunfighter like the Two-Gun Kid. "Ghost Story" text story. "Nuggets of Doom!"; Jake Miller is toiling his gold panning operation when he is confronted by a gang of masked riders who demand that he turn over his gold; When Miller recognizes the voice of the gangs leader, the leader shoots Miller dead; Soon Blaze Carson and a crowd of local gold miners arrive to investigate. "The Saga of the Mad Mayor!"; Two-Gun Kid rides a train to Rail's End, meeting railroad detective Pat McCune and Jeremiah Mooney the mayor of Mooneyville; Ahead of the train are some of Mooney's men who have blocked the rail track, causing the engine to derail, stopping the train. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 8
    • 1 1/4" Cumulative spine split (chew).

    "The Secret of the Castle of Slaves," art by Syd Shores; Two-Gun Kid is riding the range fixing to get something to eat when he gets town when he spots two men being chased by a posse of gunslingers; Laying low, the Kid witnesses as the men are captured and taken prisoner. "The Secret of the Skull," art by Syd Shores; Two-Gun and Rusty Randolph are riding near the base of Lookout Mountain; they are confronted by a man named Skull Targo and his men, who mistake Rusty as the son of his rival, Havershaw. "Phantom Bluff" text story. "The Mystery of the Murderous Magician"; Blaze Carson goes to see a travelling magic act led by the Great Bardello; After a strong man performance, Bardello comes on stage and begins putting on his magic tricks; During the performance, Blaze Carson is called up to the stage to participate in the next trick when suddenly one of the locals bursts in and informs Blaze that someone had robbed the Wells Fargo wagon. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 9
    • Restored (see item notes)
    • RESTORATION. Color touch. Staple rust.

    "The Ghost of Roaring Valley!"; In Roaring Valley, Blackie Barstow and his gang are following Peg-Leg Pete in order to learn where his hidden gold mine is; Two-Gun Kid and Rusty Randolph are riding through the area and they are suddenly shot at by one of Barstow's men. "The Kid Turns Killer"; Two-Gun Kid and Rusty Randolph have accepted an invitation to the ranch owned by Rusty's uncle Frank; They arrive just as Frank's ranch hands are in the middle of a gun fight with a gang led by Shark Storm; Two-Gun and Rusty lend a hand. "The Man Behind the Mask," art by Syd Shores; Matthew Masters is returning from a house call when he notices the sheriff putting up a wanted poster for an outlaw named Tod Sultan who has been seen in the area; Going into his office, Masters is held at gun point by Sultan, who had been wounded by the sheriff earlier that day and needs medical attention. "Trapped On the Train of Terror!" starring Two-Gun Kid. "When a Man Has Faith!" starring Blaze Carson. "The Marshall Who Lived Again" starring Two-Gun Kid. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 10
    Published Oct 1949 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Syd Shores. "The Horrible Hermit of Hidden Mesa!"; Chet Laribee has spent the past few months capturing wild horses when he is suddenly confronted by Lizard Galt and his gang who force him to flee and take his horse; Elsewhere, Chet's lover Julie is racing her horse to find him crossing paths with Two-Gun Kid and his sidekick Rusty Randolph. Doc Holiday Scrapbook of the West page. "Badge of Honor" text story. "The Hunter and the Hunted!", art by Russ Heath; Kid Colt takes a rest while on the run from the law but is concerned that lawman Carlos Grimm - known for always getting his man - is in charge of the area; As his rotten luck would have it, Kid Colt is caught by Carlos Grimm and the pair is locked in a Mexican stand-off. Death Valley Scrapbook of the West page. Wild Bill Hickock Scrapbook of the West page. "Trapped Between Two Fires!"; There is a family feud going on between the Bensons and Waltons, and it rages across their properties which are divided by a stream; Passing through the area, Two-Gun Kid and his sidekick Rusty Randolph get caught in the crossfire. 52 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 11
    Published Nov 1953 by Marvel.
    • Cover detached. Staining in interior.

    Cover by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; Southwestern Railroad is having trouble keeping it's workings in line; It's affecting production, and railroad owner Franklin Calhoun faces financial ruin if the rail line does not get finished in time; Calhoun hires the Two-Gun Kid to help. "Stranger in Town" text story. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; The town of Taos is taken over by El Toro and his gang; Passing through the area in the beating sun is the Two-Gun Kid who needs water fast; He comes across the exiled residents of Taos who tell him of El Toro's take over. Untitled story, art by George Tuska; The Black Rider enters the trial of Salinas Slade and asks to be sworn in as a witness. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; The Two-Gun Kid comes across a stage coach being attacked by outlaws and comes to its rescue, shooting them dead; He checks on the passengers and learns that one of them is a boxer named Lefty Benton who is heading to Julesberg to fight it out with Ox Leach. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 12
    Published Feb 1954 by Marvel.

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    3 untitled Two-Gun Kid stories, plus Black Rider back-up (George Tuska art). Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 13
    Published Apr 1954 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; After a successful raid of a stagecoach carrying gold, the Flaminco gang head back across the Mexican border; Shortly after the attack the Two-Gun Kid comes across the coach and investigates. Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; After having bought a new guitar the Two-Gun Kid beds down on the range for the night; In the middle of the night he is awoken by a stampede and barely avoids getting trampled to death. "Gun Wild" text story. Untitled story, art by Dick Ayers; Kid Colt tries to spend the night in a bunk house when he is recognized and has to fight for his life to escape; The Kid manages to escape, but takes a bullet in the chest trying to get away. Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; As the Two-Gun Kid is riding to help his friend Tom Wayne and his Lazy W ranch from attacks by Blade Ramrod and his Bloody Mountain Raiders, he is shot at by the gang. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 14
    Published Jun 1954 by Marvel.
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    • Staples added (not manufacturing).

    Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; Two-Gun Kid is suddenly attacked by his Comanche friends who have apparently been driven mad; With no other choice, the Kid is forced to shoot down his friends who refuse to listen to reason. Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; Two-Gun Kid rides into the town where he is instantly marked by two trouble makers who want to test their guns against the famous gunslinger. "The Sheriff's Deputy" text story. Untitled story, art by Al Gordon; Kid Colt flees the a posse led by Deputy Taylor a lawman from the town of Leadville, but manages to escape; Setting up camp after the pursuit, the Two-Gun Kid is visited by Squint Kramer and his gang who offer him a chance to join up their gang. Untitled story, art by Bob Fujitani; Word that Arizona Territory has been invited to official become a State of the Union brings joys to the people of Arizona and the proclamation is put up in a town. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 15
    Published Aug 1954 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Chuck Miller. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; While riding on the range, the Two-Gun Kid sees some suspicious riders gaining on a stage coach and decides to ride down and lend them a hand. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid rides into the town of Bedlam, a town that is filled with shady characters who do nothing but drink and fight. "City of Bad Men" text story. "The New Sheriff," art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt overhears Killer Kane and his gang plotting to ambush the new sheriff of Gunbutt so they can take over the town and make it their own; Disliking bushwackers, Kid Colt decides to stop them. "A Date With Death," art by Chuck Miller; While trying to cross a bridge that can only handle one-way traffic, Two-Gun Kid crosses paths with a man named Deuce Kimball who demands that the Kid get out of his way or be knocked into the river. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 16
    Published Sep 1954 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Riding into the town of Blackjack, the Two-Gun Kid witnesses a young boy being roughed up by some men. "The Red Dust of Mecca," art by Chuck Miller; One day while in a saloon getting his canteen refilled, the Two-Gun Kid witnesses as an outlaw named Shotgun Shanks bursts looking to hire the best guns in the room offering to pay them a large sum of money to join up with him. "A Chance to Slap Leather" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; Kid Colt is riding through the range when suddenly someone tries to take shots at him; Dismounting his horse Steel, the Kid goes looking to see who was shooting at him and is surprised to find that it is a girl who is guarding a mine. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; While riding on Sugar Loaf Hill, the Two-Gun Kid witnesses an explosion off in the distance and decides to go and investigate. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 17
    Published Oct 1954 by Marvel.
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    • 1 1/2" Cumulative spine split.

    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid has ridden into Mexico to pay a visit to his old friend Don Estaban Rodriquez and bring gifts to his family; Finding no answer at the door, the Kid invites himself inside and finds Don mortally wounded. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; During a raging storm the Two-Gun Kid sets up camp for the night, the Two-Gun rushes for cover when a herd of stampeding cattle runs through his camp, trampling all of his gear. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; When an old friend Marshall dies, Kid Colt comes to aid his surviving daughter and son, Marsha and Randy Marshal. who are being harassed by a man named Colby who wants to buy their land. "Killer's Moon," art by Dick Ayers; Two-Gun Kid camps out and is suddenly attacked by Ute warriors; hes confronted by their leader, Totonka, who orders his men to bind the Kid and eliminate him as revenge for being treated poorly by white men in the past. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 18
    Published Nov 1954 by Marvel.

    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Dealer in Death," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid encounters some dead Native Americans; Investigating the scene, he finds that they were using junked guns that blew up in their hands; suddenly, he is ambushed by a lone Native warrior who accuses Two-Gun of killing his people. "Reign in Terror," art by Chuck Miller; Alexander Spencer is the owner of the Tumbleweed Gazette, and he has been the target of Luke "The Ox" Curtis who has been attempting to silence the newspaper for publishing stories about his crimes. "The Challenge" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; On the run from the law, outlaw Bob Denning forces his way into a cabin, shooting it's occupant; That night the body is discovered and local marshal suspects that the killer is either Bob Denning or Kid Colt as both had been spotted in the territory. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is passing through the plains when he spots a branding party; he notices that they are changing the brands on the cattle. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 19
    Published Dec 1954 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Two-Gun Kid rides into town to meet with a man known as Uncle Billy; At Blair House, a tavern, the Two-Gun Kid is directed to Frank Case, Uncle Billy's nephew who tells the Two-Gun Kid that Uncle Billy was murdered by the local nesters. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid rides into the town of Taos, New Mexico where he is spotted by some men who think he is the man their boss has hired. "Badman's Return" text story. Untitled story, art by Jack Keller; When outlaw Jeff Crane approaches Kid Colt to join up together, the Kid beats him up and sends him on his way, telling the outlaw that he has no interest in working together. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding across the range when he comes across a rather desperate cattle run and narrowly avoids being trampled to death. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 20
    Published Jan 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Code of Dishonor!", art by Chuck Miller; Spotting a horseback woman being chased by a gang of outlaws, the Two-Gun Kid attempts to come to her aid, trying to slow down her pursuers; Among them is a man named Dusty Gore. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes across a panther that has been tied to a stake being attacked by a bear. "Gun Trouble" text story. Untitled story, art by Doug Wildey; Kid Colt is captured by a band of Native Americans whose greatest warrior, Chiwappa, has become jealous of what he has heard of Kid Colt and seeks to pit his skills against the Kid's in order to see who is the superior. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Two-Gun Kid rides into a town where local crazy Loon Boice is whipping up some of the locals; The Kid refuses to get involved until some of the others in town goad Boice into trying to whip Two-Gun. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 21
    Published Feb 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Russ Heath. "El Tigre," art by Chuck Miller; Having accepted an invitation to live on the ranch of his friend Frisco Bates, the Two-Gun Kid is attacked by El Tigre and his gang of bandits on the way there. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is travelling along with a wagon train that is attacked one night by a band of Apaches, which strikes the Kid as strange as Apaches typically only attack during the day. "Gunman's Rampage" text story. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Kid Colt is ambushed and pinned behind some rocks by an outlaw named Pepito and his minions; Outnumbered and out-gunned, Kid Colt keeps them at bay long enough to summon his horse Steel and escape. Untitled story, art by Doug Wildey; When the border line between Utah and Arizona is disputed, the area in question becomes a lawless land, with outlaw Buzzard Skagg terrorizing the region; The Two-Gun Kid comes to assist. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #22
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 22
    Published Mar 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Arriving in the town of Jericho, the Two-Gun Kid is approached by three men who demand to know what side of the law he is on. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Hearing maniacal laughter coming out of a cabin, the Two-Gun Kid rushes to investigate, but the place suddenly bursts into flames as he approaches. "Peace and Quiet," art by Vic Carrabotta. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes across a stagecoach that is being attacked by a gang of outlaws; He forces the outlaws to flee, but he is too late to save the lives of the crew, all save one; Taking the man away from the wreck, the Kid learns that he is Gordon Wheeler, a government agent and messenger who was carrying official papers to open up the territory for settlers. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #23
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 23
    Published May 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; After taking down outlaw Fiddlefoot Kearns, the Two-Gun Kid is confronted by two of the Mars brothers in the town of Rawhide, who had come seeking revenge against their dead riding partner. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; While camping out along a cattle trail that goes through the state of Texas, the Two-Gun Kid is disturbed when a gang of Mexican bandits run through his camp with a herd of rustled cattle. "Mirage" text story. "The Man Who Returned!", art possibly by Mort Drucker. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid receives a letter from his friend, sheriff Jim Kells of Coppertown, calling for assistance; riding there, he passes the Brent Mining Co.; workers there shoot at him. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #24
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 24
    Published Jul 1955 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes across two men shooting at a wagon train and ambushes them, easily disarming them and taking them prisoner and delivering them to the wagon train. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; "Road to Ruin!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid has holes shot into his hat by an arrogant young man looking to pick a fight; he turns out to be the sheriffs son. "Way Out West" text story. "Saddle Pards," art by Dick Ayers. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid happens upon a stagecoach being robbed and comes to their rescue, sending the outlaws attacking packing; He continues on his way, but the outlaws have followed the Two-Gun Kid, seeking to steal his golden Dragoon pistols. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #25
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 25
    Published Oct 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; While riding through a wooded area the Two-Gun Kid is shot at; Rushing the shooter and knocking them down, the Kid is surprised to find that it is a woman. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; While riding the Western Prairie line, the Two-Gun Kid helps defend it from bandits who are identified as the Cortez Gang. "The Hunted," art by Al Williamson. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid gets a letter from his friend Bill Rainey; it tells him to give him ownership of Bill's ranch in order to thwart Bret Cannon, a local who has been trying to take Bill's land. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #26
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 26
    Published Oct 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid rides into town where he witnesses a ruffian named Ape attacking a local; Two-Gun intervenes. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid has been assigned by the governor of the state to hunt down outlaws when one of them tries to bushwhack him from above. "The Round Up," art by Dick Ayers. "The Stage to Laribee," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes to the aid of a stage coach heading to the town of Laribee that is being attacked by a gang of outlaws during a heavy rain; The Kid manages to drive off the attackers, however their masked leader attacks again while the Kid is checking on the passengers. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #27
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 27
    Published Nov 1955 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Rodeo!", art by Chuck Miller; On his way to the town of Gunville, the Two-Gun Kid comes across a pair of men fighting; he brings them into town; the sheriff identifies them as Roy Ferris and Chuck Nevers, both members of an outlaw gang that hide out in Sioux Peak. "Gun Justice!", art by Chuck Miller; Two Gun Kid is called into town by his old friend, Ike Everett, when he is attacked by a group of sheep herders who believe that he is an agent of the local cattlemen who have been burning their graze land. "Sheep Run" text story. "Fight, Tenderfoot!!", art by Dick Ayers. "Savage Range"; The Two-Gun Kid is captured by a tribe of Cheyenne warriors, who have accused him of being a government agent. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #28
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 28
    Published Dec 1955 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Train To Gunsmoke," art by Chuck Miller; Riding the train to the town of Gunsmoke, the Two-Gun Kid defends it from train robbers. "Code of the Outlaw," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is called upon by Marshal Jim Cobb and his daughter Katy, who ask for the Kid's help steering Pete - Jim's son - away from a life of crime after coming to think of outlaws as heroes. "Deputy's Puzzle" text story. "The Land-Grabber," art by Jack Keller. "King of the Wild," art by Chuck Miller; While the Two-Gun Kid is out riding, he is caught in the middle of a stampede; with the help of his horse Cyclone, he just barely avoids being trampled to death by ducking into a nearby cave. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #29
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 29
    Published Feb 1956 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Blazing Frontier," art by Chuck Miller; While on his way to visit his friend Cass Cumber, he is directed through a desert by a man along the way who suggests it as the fastest way to get there, assuring the Two-Gun Kid that there are many watering holes there. "Range Wrong" text story. "Guns Across the Border," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes across a gang of men moving guns illegally along the Texas border; he is attacked and taken prisoner. "Gunsmoke," art by Chuck Miller; Answering a letter from an outlaw named Cactus Walters, the Two-Gun Kid rides up to meet him outside the town in Montana where he lives. "Not Wanted," art by John Severin. "The Hunters," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid agrees to take British hunter Frederick Marsden hunting with his wife; While out, Marsden's wife is almost attacked by a mountain lion but Two-Gun shoots it dead; His wife thanks him for saving his life, but warns him of her husbands bad temper. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #30
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 30
    Published Apr 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Border Raiders," art by Chuck Miller; On the way to see his old friend, Pedro Mendez, from his days with the Texas Rangers, the Two-Gun Kid arrives to find the town under attack by Bull Walker and his gang of border raiders. "Lonesome Trail" text story. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Riding into a small town, the Two-Gun Kid walks into the local general store only to be hit over the head and knocked out; He has inadvertently walked in on a confrontation with the big rancher named Bartell and the Sheriff Moss. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid and his pals Shorty and Utah have just finished a cattle drive to a shipping town where the cattle are destined to go to be shipped to South America. "Afraid of No Man," script by Stan Lee, art by Al Williamson. "The Powder Range," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding past a ranch on the verge of dying due to a drought, when someone on the property starts shooting at him. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #31
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 31
    Published Jun 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover by John Severin. "Flames of Violence," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid gets caught in a raging forest fire and flees for cover; Once clearing the flames, he meets Sally Talland; her father's ranch hands are there to confront him, accusing him of purposely setting fire to the woods to kill their cattle. "Range Mystery" text story. "The Gunfighter," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is on the trail of an outlaw who calls himself the Gunslinger, who has been causing chaos in various towns across the west; In the town, the Kid is mistaken for the Gunslinger before the sheriff recognizes him. "Ghost Gold," script by Stan Lee, art by Chuck Miller; While riding out in a massive blizzard, the Two-Gun Kid is attacked by a bear; He is saved by Chick Branch; Treating the Kid's wounds, Chick tells the Kid that he is wanted for the murder of his twin brother. "Man on the Run," script by Stan Lee, art by Robert Q. Sale. "Barbed Wire," art by Chuck Miller. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #32
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 32
    Published Aug 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Gunslinger!", pencils by Chuck Miller; As he rides across the range, the Two-Gun Kid is suddenly snared off his horse Cyclone by a lasso tossed by Trigger March, the outlaw he has been on the trail of since he robbed the bank in Mesquite. "The Tribute" text story. "Claws of the Cactus!"; The Two-Gun Kid comes to the aid of Daniel E. Bull, a British man who found himself pinned down by outlaw gunfire in the notorious badlands, home of the famous criminal Cactus Bill. "The High Rider!"; While riding down a canyon, the Two-Gun Kid suddenly has to race for his life as a torrent of water comes crashing down on him; he is pulled out of the rushing water by Ben Baker, who tells the Kid that the nearby dam was blown up by Mahler, a who fancies himself as a cattle king. "A Man Called Natchez," script by Stan Lee. "War Paint!"; The Two-Gun Kid is aboard the Western Rail Road while it is being attacked by what appears to be Pawnee Native Americans who steal the money and manage to flee. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #33
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 33
    Published Oct 1956 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Russ Heath. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid pays a visit to the sheriff of Bellstown, who tells him the story of a famous gunslinger named Jesse Ringo who developed a specially crafted gun. "Tenderfoot" text story. "Trapped," art by Chuck Miller; While riding through a forest, the Two-Gun Kid is ambushed by a gang of men who pull him off his horse. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Riding a train through New Mexico, the Two-Gun Kid yearns to leave the deserts for the lush green mountains. "Under Arrest," script by Stan Lee, art by Jay Scott Pike. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is camping out along the Colorado River when someone starts shooting at him. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #34
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 34
    Published Dec 1956 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Carl Burgos. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid faces a bully when he takes a job as ranch foreman. "The Old Method" text story. "Fighting Chance," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid masquerades as a prize fighter. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kids encounters some of Quantrell's Raiders. "The Stranger," script by Stan Lee, art by Reed Crandall; An old frontiersman returns to a town that he founded. "Crossfire!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid becomes involved in a range war. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #35
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 35
    Published Feb 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Dead Man's Gold," art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding into a livery stable when he is jumped by two men, but their leader - a man named Sundance - tells them that they have jumped the wrong man. "The Man Who Came Back" text story. "Showdown In Shell Town," art by Chuck Miller; Called to visit his friend Sheriff Wayne Cune of Shelltown the Two-Gun Kid finds himself caught up in a heavy rainstorm which tries his patience; He has found that the town has turned lawless. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Going to a watering hole for his horse, Kid crosses paths with a gunfighter named Bart Kelso, who saves the Kid's life by gunning an outlaw that had snuck up behind him. "The Man Who Wears the Badge," script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. "Gun-Law," art by Chuck Miller; Caught in the middle of a cattle stampede, the Two-Gun Kid pushes his horse Cyclone to get them to safety; While going for cover, the Kid is grazed by a bullet fired by the rustlers, and he is left to be trampled by the cattle. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #36
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 36
    Published Apr 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Saga of the Two-Gun Kid," art by Charles F. Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding shotgun in stagecoach, defending it from raiders and helping it get to Carbonville, where he goes to see a doctor to have his arm patched up; The locals ask the Two-Gun Kid to leave as Carbonville is a peaceful town. "Doom in the Dust!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid rides into the town of Rimrock where he comes to the aid of Fen Trask, a man disfigured man who is being roughed up by two men. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; In a small mountain town, the Two-Gun Kid just narrowly avoids getting shot by a man trying to bushwack him. "Gold on the Range" text story. "Trail's End," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid comes to the defense of a town that is attacked by a Comanche war party, an attack that was seemingly unprovoked. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #37
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 37
    Published Jun 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by John Severin. "The Trouble Trail from Gunsmoke!", art by Chuck Miller; While stopping for a meal in the town of Gunsmoke, the Two-Gun Kid finds himself fighting off a wagon leader named Big Sloan, who is tricked into fighting the Kid by Lin Baker. "A Real Indian" text story. "Reign of Terror!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is mistaken for one of Black Bart Morgan's men and is fired upon by a desperate homesteader named Jack Finney, who robbed the local bank. "The Smoky Showdown!", art by Chuck Miller; While riding out on the range, the Two-Gun Kid runs into Blinky Draper and his gang; Draper grazes the Kid with a bullet and leaves him for dead. "A Stranger Came A-Ridin'!", script by Stan Lee, art by Pete Morisi. "Raiders of the Rimrock!", art by Chuck Miller; Camping out near the telegraph lines near the town of Rimrock, the Two-Gun Kid is forced to flee for his life on the back of his horse, Cyclone, thanks to a gang of rustlers setting the cattle into a stampede. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #38
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 38
    Published Aug 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by John Severin. "Roaring Forty-Fives!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid rides into Gulchtown just in time to witness a lynch mob trying to take away Ben Frost who has pleaded guilty for the murder of Jess King, a well-liked rancher in the region. "The Riddle" text story, art by Chuck Miller. "Gunpowder Range!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid is riding on the range when he is suddenly shot at by Corby, a sheep herder who is in a range war with Donlan, a rancher who has mistaken the Two-Gun Kid as one of Donlan's men. "Hot Lead!", art by Chuck Miller; With a powerful drought hitting the land, the Two-Gun Kid rides into town and stops for a drink of water when the dipper he uses from the communal well is shot out of his hand by Bart Maddox, who tells him that the local water is not for strangers. "One More Notch!", art by Bob Powell. "Killer's Ranch!", art by Chuck Miller; Answering a letter regarding his friend Seth Maple, the Two-Gun Kid rides into town to meet with his lawyer and saves an elderly man named Pop Heart from a gunslinger who tells Hart to get off some land. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #39
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 39
    Published 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by John Severin. "The Fastest Gun!", art by Chuck Miller; Riding into town, the Two-Gun Kid comes to the aid of Charlie "Bobo" Colby, a mentally challenged boy who is being bullied by the locals. "Lost Ghost Town" text story. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; Taking up a job as an undercover trouble shooter for a railroad company, the Two-Gun Kid goes to investigate trouble in the town of Trail's End, purposely provoking a fist fight to see what he can learn by acting tough to attract the leader of an outlaw gang that has been affecting production. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid and his friend Jim Stack have just finished a job delivering cattle to a waterfront town; their arrival is not the best as the cattle sale is not enough to share Jim's ranch. "Waters of Doom!", art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid has come to the aid of Boonetown to help defend it from a war party of Sioux warriors, despite a peace treaty on the promise that the people of Boonetown would not hunt on the Sioux grounds. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #40
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 40
    Published 1957 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Man Without Guns," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid rides into Nugget Rock unaware how close he was to getting gunned down by Fargo Dirk and Moose Larson, who just narrowly took up the chance of shooting him in the back. "The Circus Man" text story, art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; The Two-Gun Kid and his friend Dusty are picking up supplies in a town while out on a cattle run when he recognizes some men as part of a number of rustlers who tried to take their herd earlier. "Blazing Colts!", art by Chuck Miller; While walking down a dark alley in Sioux City, the Two-Gun Kid is jumped by two men, but fights them off and they escape before he can stop them but manages to wing one of the outlaws. "Branded!", art by Alfonso Greene. Untitled story, art by Chuck Miller; A Native American who knows the Kid by his Native American named of "White Eagle" tells Two-Gun that the man who tried to pick a fight with him is a member of the Red Malloy gang, who hide out in the Dakota Mountains. "Blazing Colts!", art by Chuck Miller. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #41
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 41
    Published Apr 1958 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Origin of the Two-Gun Kid!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; After a long time away from his home of Sundown, Arizona, Clay Harder is bullied by Bull Yaeger, the local trouble maker; Clay captures outlaws and turns them over to the sheriff, who remarks how Clay is a real "Two-Gun Kid"; Clay decides to take the name and rides off onto the range, wanting to help anyone in need. "Four-Legged Prospector" text story. Untitled story, script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; Riding a stage to Abilene with a grandfather and his son, the Two-Gun Kid is instantly recognized by the boy who idolizes the famous gunslinger. "The Masked Rider!", art by Don Perlin. "Gun-Fight in Crow Town!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; In the town of Crow Town, owner Matt Crow runs wild, shooting his guns in the air and telling the locals he can do whatever he wants since he owns everything and decides to prove it by telling the locals that he will fight the next person who comes into town; Two-Gun Kid rides right into town just at that moment. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #42
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 42
    Published Jun 1958 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Giant of Rawhide Ridge," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid rides into the town of Rawhide Ridge and finds a posse waiting for him who tells him to drop his guns and clear out of town. "Mystery in Mustang Mesa," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; Riding into the town of Mustang Mesa, the Two-Gun Kid finds a posse waiting outside telling him to turn tail. "Trouble In Devil's Gap," art by Jack Keller. "The Golden Touch" text story. "The Gun-Fighter," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid is walking through the town of Cayute when someone gets the drop on him and orders him to turn and draw. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #43
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 43
    Published Aug 1959 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Daltons Ride Again," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; In a frontier town the Two-Gun Kid is challenged by an outlaw named Luke Morgan, who has come to make a reputation for himself. "Gunfight At Gila Rock," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid is drawn to the town of Gila Rock which, dubs itself as the "wildest town in the west"; He arrives in town just in time to see a man being tossed out of the local saloon. "Marked Man," art by Sol Brodsky. "Golden Trail" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Prisoner of the Apaches," script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; Camping out for the night, the Two-Gun Kid is ambushed by an outlaw named Big Hank Jessup, who is wanted for holding up the Eldorado Bank. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #44
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 44
    Published Oct 1959 by Marvel.
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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "Gunfight at Rawhide Ridge!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid tries to stop an out of control stagecoach when he notices that there is no driver on board. "The Other Two-Gun Kid!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The owners of the Rock River Bank are shocked when they are apparently robbed by the Two-Gun Kid, who gets away with the robbery. "Maverick," art by Alfonso Greene. "The Tribute" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Day the Kid Was Helpless!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid is in a saloon in the heart of the badlands where he watches over a card game between a man named Perkins and the Yarger brothers. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #45
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 45
    Published Dec 1959 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Jack Davis. "Gunfight At Midnight," script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis; Jonathan Park, the banker for the town Cody's Landing, wants to hire the Kid to make sure the upcoming election for sheriff is an honest one. Untitled story, art by Don Heck; Jess Wayne, aka the Kid from Dodge City, rides into a small Texas town along the Mexican border where he is shocked to find another young man calling himself the Kid from Dodge City. "The Revenge of Roaring Bear," script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis and Joe Maneely; The Two-Gun Kid rides along Sagamaw Trail in Arizona and is attacked by a band of Apache warriors. "The Brave White Man" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Gunhawk," art by George Tuska. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #46
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 46
    Published Feb 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Jack Davis. "The Youngers Take Over," script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis; While riding along the range, the Two-Gun Kid is ambushed by the Youngers, a gang of outlaws. "Home Trail" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Comanches Strike," script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis; The Two-Gun Kid spots a wagon train under attack by Comanches and rushes to its aid. "The Day the Badmen Struck," art by Dick Ayers. "Gunman's Showdown," script by Stan Lee, art by Jack Davis; In a frontier town, the Two-Gun Kid is challenged to a gun duel by Ace Norman, who hopes to earn a reputation for himself by beating the Two-Gun Kid to the draw. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #47
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 47
    Published Apr 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Jack Davis. "The Sheriff Had a Son," script by Stan Lee, inks by Vince Colletta; In the town of Sagebrush, the Two-Gun Kid is challenged by and outdraws the outlaw Deuce Dillon. "The End of the Two-Gun Kid," script by Stan Lee, inks by Vince Colletta; The Two-Gun Kid rides into Rock City and goes into the local saloon; He arrives just as local bully Trigger Storm has just finished roughing up a local. "With Gun In Hand," art by Syd Shores. "The Prospectors" text story. "Draw! Or Turn Tail!", script by Stan Lee, inks by Vince Colletta; The Two-Gun Kid is riding along the trail when he crosses paths with a man walking; The Kid finds it strange that the man would not wait for the coach. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #48
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 48
    Published Jun 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover pencils by Jack Kirby, inks by Christopher Rule. "Showdown at Sunset!", script by Stan Lee, art by Al Hartley; The Two-Gun Kid is competing in a shooting competition to raise money for a new school in town; However, Caleb Hooten loudly proclaims that the Two-Gun Kid is nothing but a showoff. "The Day of the Badman!," script by Stan Lee, art by Al Hartley; The Two-Gun Kid is riding along the trail when suddenly he is ambushed by a man wearing a mask who tries to rob him. "Origin of the Two-Gun Kid!", script by Stan Lee, art by Al Hartley; After a long time away from his home of Sundown, Arizona, Clay Harder is bullied by Bull Yaeger, the local trouble maker; After Clay turns some outlaws over to the sheriff, the lawman remarks how Clay is a real "Two-Gun Kid"; Clay decides to take the name and rides off onto the range, wanting to help anyone in need; same plot and dialogue as the story in Two-Gun Kid #41, however the story is done by a different artist and has an entirely different layout. "Little Buckaroo" text story. "War on Rustlers' Range," art by Dick Ayers. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #49
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 49
    Published Aug 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover by Joe Maneely. "The Man Who Out-Drew the Kid!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; In the town of Ten Notch, Texas, the Two-Gun Kid is challenged to a showdown by a gunslinger named Will Scragg. "The Fox Strikes!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; While riding on the range, the Two-Gun Kid comes across what appears to be a posse of men chasing after an old man in trouble. "Old Mining Town" text story. "When Rustlers Ride," art by Gene Colan. "Sacrifice for the Sioux!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; The Two-Gun Kid is on the hunt for escaped outlaw Hank Quantrell; While out on the trail looking for him, Quantrell manages to get the drop on him and creases the Kid's head with a bullet, knocking the heroic gunslinger out. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #50
    Two-Gun Kid (1948) 50
    Published Oct 1960 by Marvel.

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    Cover by John Severin. "At the Count of Three - Draw!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; In the town of Tumbleweed, Texas, the Two-Gun Kid faces off against the Younger brothers, whom the sheriff has ordered not to enter town. "Shootout in the Silver Mine!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; The Two-Gun Kid is heading to Silver Town when he is ambushed by some men waiting outside town limits. "Man to Remember" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Sioux Strike!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Sinnott. "A Dude There Was!", script by Stan Lee, art by John Severin; Outside the town of Trail's End the Two-Gun Kid hears a voice calling for help and finds a wounded man hiding in the bushes; The Kid learns that he is Ben Norbett, a reporter from New York. 36 pgs., full color. $0.10. Cover price $0.10.