We are shipping all orders on time, but please expect possible delays in transit. The post office and other shippers are behind schedule and some shipments may experience multi-day delays.

Auction in progress, bid now! Weekly Auction ends Monday June 8!

Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 1

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; Origin of Ringo Kid. "Hostage" text story. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid and his father Cory Rand are reunited at the grave of Dawn Star to meet and see how they are both faring and pay respect to Cory's wife and Ringo's mother; Their reunion is interrupted by the arrival of and outlaw named Halliday and his gang who have come to cash in on the reward on their heads. Untitled story, art by Joe Sinnott; Arrowhead is out hunting a buffalo for meat when the wounding the large beast; However before he the beast can bleed out, Arrowhead's horse Eagle trips sending the Pawnee warrior sprawling. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; In Washington D.C., the government decides to commit $50,000 to both the Cherokee and Comanche people to pay for lands that settlers are going to be moving into; However, after hearing this a Washington insider sends a telegraph to a man named Doc Styles; Styles begins planning on stealing the money pouch from the pony express rider. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #2
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 2

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; Seeking to ride into the town Dry Wells to get a drink, the Ringo Kid is stopped outside by a pair of gunmen who tell him to stay out of town as their employers, the Starr brothers, are planning to ambush the local sheriff in about 10 minutes. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; After his horse is wounded escaping from the law, the Ringo Kid takes it to a local vet who tells the Ringo Kid that the horse is going to die and needs to be put out of its misery; With the law on the way, the vet gives Ringo his own horse so that he can get away. "Ransom," art by Syd Shores; The Black Rider is riding through the range when a young boy ties him up with a lasso and pulls him off his horse Satan; The boy then takes the Black Rider's guns and demands that the hero give him all his money. "The Jester" text story. Untitled story, pencils by Syd Shores. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; As the Ringo Kid rides across the range he is spotted by outlaw Jackknife Jordan who fancies that he is going to capture the Ringo Kid and turn him in for the ransom, having got an inside man to help him turn over the Kid without getting arrested himself. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #3
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 3

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; Hearing Comanche war drums in the distance, Ringo Kid decides to investigate and learn what is going on; He questions the warrior beating the drums and learns that the Comanches are planning to go to war against their neighbors the Mandan people. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; During a meeting with his father, Cory Rand, the Ringo Kid and his father are forced to flee from the law cutting their visit short, but the two agree to meet at their usual spot; Not far away a lawyer named Clem Dugall looks over the land owned by Cory Rand, seeking to obtain the land Dugall cannot find a single law that will allow him to take the land from Rand until he sells it or he and his entire family was dead. "The Odds On Justice" text story, art by Allen Bellman. "The Tenderfoot," art by Paul Hodge. Untitled story; The Ringo Kid puts on a show for a bunch of local children, showing off the various tricks his horse Arab can do for them; He is also watched by a man named Brand Dillon and his men, Brand wishes to buy the Ringo Kid's horse and approaches him to make an offer; The Kid sends the children and then Ringo Kid refuses to sell his horse; Angered Brand pulls his guns and shoots off the Kid's had in an attempt to intimidate him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #4
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 4

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid watches as outlaw Flip Cullen use the method that has earned him his nickname to determine the life or death of a man: the flip of a coin; However as the coin spins in the air, the Kid shoots it out of the sky angering Flip. "Six-Gun Express!", art by Joe Maneely; A stagecoach is wrecked as it passes through a mountain pass by a strange bearded man just as the Ringo Kid is passing by; The Kid chases after the insane man, but he manages to slip away. "A Call For Justice," art by Sol Brodsky. "Trail's End!", art by Al Hartley. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; Camping out on the range, the Ringo Kid is confronted by One-Eye Mapes and his gang of outlaws who has come seeking to recruit the Kid into his gang as the military is seeking on putting bounties on all their heads and they are planning a counter attack on fort before the list of their names arrives from Washington. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #5
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 5
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.00) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($0.90) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely and Carl Burgos (alterations). Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; In the town of Black Mesa, the Ringo Kid suddenly finds himself surrounded by lawmen looking to take him in; Not wishing to fight it out with the law, the Ringo Kid tries to make a break for it; However some men pull a rope across the road and knock the Kid off his horse and he is quickly taken prisoner. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid happens upon outlaws chasing after a young girl trying to rope her up with a lasso and comes to her rescue, sending her attackers fleeing; After convincing the girl that she means no harm, he learns that they were trying to capture her to hold her ransom from her father and the Ringo Kid convinces the girl to let him take her home the rest of the way. "The Challenge" text story. "Gold Rush!", pencils by Dick Ayers, inks by Ernie Bache. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid is fleeing from the law and runs into a dead end; Unwilling to bring himself to fight it out with the law the Ringo Kid contemplates committing suicide when somebody sneaks up behind him and knocks him out; Soon the lawmen chasing him arrive but find no trace of the Ringo Kid, the outlaw hero having seemingly disappeared. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #6
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 6

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Vengeance Trail," art by Joe Maneely; Coming across a wanted poster offering a $5000 reward for his capture dead or alive, Ringo Kid just barely avoids getting his head blown off by a young boy with a rifle; Realizing he has missed his shot, the young lad is frightened by the Ringo Kid, but soon realizes that the famous outlaw is not as bad as the wanted posters make him out to be. "Capture Or Death," art by John Severin; With the law on his heels after being framed for a coach robbery he did not commit, the Ringo Kid rides to the edge of a cliff; With no escape, the Kid decides death over capture and climbs off his horse Arab and jumps off the cliff. "The Return" text story. "The Chase," pencils by Bob Forgione, inks by Jack Abel. Untitled story, art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid is going to the grave of his mother Dawn Star to meet with his father and stops an outlaw named Jack Hines, who is a known to work with Blast Banyon, from assassinating Cory Rand; With Hines incapacitated, Cory tells his son that Blast Banyon is likely seeking to eliminate them both in order to claim the land that is still under his name; The pair then tie Jack to his horse and send him back to his boss. The pair split up, agreeing to meet at Caribou Point the next day. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #7
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 7

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by John Severin; While riding through the desert, the Ringo Kid sees a mirage of his father being attacked by some men, but only realizes that it is an image only after he tries to rescue his father; Knowing that his father is in danger, the Ringo Kid rides out to look for him and eventually ends up in the lawless town of Vista Del Toro. "The Marshal and the Outlaw," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid is riding along the plains when suddenly a buffalo charges at him; He tries to shoot the beast with his rifle, but it dry fires; Before the outlaw hero can be trampled to death, the buffalo is shot dead by a US Marshal who has come with a warrant from Dry Creek for the Ringo Kid's arrest. "Desert Treasure" text story. "Man of the West," pencils by Bob Forgione, inks by Jack Abel. "Man-Trap," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid rides into the town of La Paz where he suspects that he is being followed; Tying up his horse Arab in order to get supplies, the Ringo Kid is confronted by a pair of men who tell him his father is in trouble and give him a letter that Cory Rand apparently wrote to his son asking for help; The Ringo Kid takes it and leaves, but questions why his father would write him a letter and entrust it to strangers. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #8
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 8

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by John Severin; Seeing to capture an outlaw named Spider, the Ringo Kid rides into the town of Pronghorn to apprehend him; Wishing no interference, the Ringo Kid ambushes the local sheriff and his men and locks them up in the town jail; As Ringo Kid heads toward the local saloon to confront Spider, he is tipped off by his friend Dull Knife that Spider has set up an ambush. "Black Sunset," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid is riding across the range when he comes across a pair of men who have been blinded by some strange flash of light; The Ringo Kid hears their strange story and helps lead them to the town of Powederhorn where the outlaw hero is chased away by the sheriff. "The Iron Horse" text story. "Roundup," art by Dave Berg. "The Renegades," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid witnesses what appears to be a war party of Comanches descending down on US soldiers; The Ringo Kid lends a hand fighting off the attackers; In the aftermath of the battle he learns that the Comanches were after rifles and ammunition that the soldiers were carrying in their caravan. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #9
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 9

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Man Trap," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid is ambushed by two outlaws named Duke Geiger and Hammer Clune who seek to get revenge against Ringo's father Cory Rand for landing them in jail; The Kid refuses to tell them even tied up and with guns trained on him. "Deadly Ambush," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid stops after a long ride stops to get some water; His horse Arab is strangely tense but Ringo dismisses any danger and drinks the water; However, to his shock he suddenly goes blind, and as he stumbles around someone knocks him out from behind. "Prairie Schooner," art by Joe Sinnott. "The Sheriff's Star," art by Bob McCarty. "The Tarnished Badge," art by John Severin; The Ringo Kid is camping out for the night when he is ambushed by a gang fresh out of prison who rob him; When Ringo suspects that the law is hot on their trail, the outlaws tell them that they are going to the town of Stampede where word is the sheriff has gone coward. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #10
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 10

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Severin. "The Hostage," art by Fred Kida; While riding across the range the Ringo Kid realizes that he is being followed and puts on a chase; Unsure if he is dealing with lawmen or not, the Kid jumps up into a nearby tree and sends Arab ahead to lead his pursuers on a wild goose chase; As the men pass by, he recognizes one of them as an outlaw named Blackjack Kane, but notices that they are wearing sheriff stars. "Trail of Thunder" text story. "The Poachers!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid comes to the aid of his friend Dull Knife who has been tied up by and places on his horse by a gang of poachers led by a man named Tarlowe; The Kid sends Tarlowe and his men into fleeing and frees Dull Knife; He learns from his friend that Tarlowe and his men have been poaching buffalo on Comanche land which threatens to send the Comanches on the warpath. "Desperate Hour!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is camping out for the night when he is suddenly interrupted by Sheriff Gil Ransom, who has not come to arrest the Ringo Kid, but to ask for his help; He explains that his sixteen year old son Joe idolizes the Ringo Kid and wants to become an outlaw. "Stranger in Town!", script by Stan Lee, art by Al Williamson and Angelo Torres. "One Must Die!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is riding along the rang when he hears a gunshot and goes to investigate; He comes across a man standing over a dead body and gets the drop on him; Refusing to let the shooter go, the Kid searches the dead man and finds a warrant written by Marshal Cameron to arrest Buzzard Brady for murder and take him to Yuma prison. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #11
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 11

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by John Severin. "The Man from the Panhandle," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid comes to the aid of a man along the Texas Panhandle who is being gunned after by the Darrow gang; Thanks to the cover fire that the Kid has provided, they managed to force the outlaws into retreat and the man thanks Ringo for his help; Darrow is furious over the Ringo Kid's interference and orders one of his men to trail the outlaw hero. "The Roundup" text story. "Hostage!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is riding along the trail when he is met by his lifelong friend Dull Knife rushes to him to inform him that the army has captured the father, Cory Rand; The pair then rushes off to rescue Cory; However not far away the wagon that is carrying Cory as a prisoner is under attack by a Jake Saterlee and his gang who have come to rob the weapons and supplies on the wagon. "Fugitive!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is having a meal when the owner of the inn warns the Kid that there are law men with a warrant for his arrest; While the owner distracts the law men, the Ringo Kid manages to escape by jumping out of an upstairs window and begins to ride toward the border. "Lawman!", art by John Romita. "The Plundered Stage!", art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid spots a stage coach out of control and rushes to its rescue, jumping from his steed Arab onto the stage horses and calming them down; The Kid learns that the coach was robbed by a gang of road agents; When a posse heads toward the wagon, the Ringo Kid tells them that he will try and recover the stolen gold and asks the coach drivers to not mention that he was there. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #12
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 12

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "A Price On His Head," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid and his longtime friend Dull Knife spot a man who is surrounded by outlaws who have the drop on him; The Kid and Dull Knife come to the man's rescue, getting the drop on the outlaws and rounding them up; The man explains that they were trying to stop him from reaching Colt City and has the Kid disarm them and send their horses packing. "The Six-Gun" text story. "The Phantom Raiders," art by Fred Kida; While riding along the range the Ringo Kid spots a wagon out of control and rushes to stop it; Once he gets the horses to stop, the Kid finds that the stage is missing its riders and cargo; Finding this strange he decides to backtrack the stage to solve the mystery; The Ringo Kid gets to a nearby canyon when the sheriff of Fargo City and his posse catch up with him. "The Six-Gun Schoolhouse," art by Fred Kida. "The Silver Holster," script by Stan Lee , art by Joe Orlando. "The Golden Spur," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid comes across an old fort build by the Spanish Conquistadors many years before; Seeing a fire raging around the building, the Kid rides out to see if there is anyone trapped inside; Ordering his horse Arab to dive over the flames he comes across a man named Pilar Juarez caught in the blaze; Pilar tells Ringo to recover the golden spur before a gang of outlaws can get it, directing the hero to the nearby armory where the spur is hidden in a cannon. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #13
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 13

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; As the Ringo Kid rides along the range, two men armed with a rifle take a shot at him; Hearing the shot, the Kid pretends to be struck and tumbles off his horse; The men search him and are angry to find that this wasn't the mail carrier they were looking for; The Ringo Kid suddenly springs to life and easily disarms the men, demanding they explain what is going on. "Man to Remember," art by Joe Maneely. "End of the Trail," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is pursued by soldiers, of whom he does not wish to fight against; His flight is stopped when he's cornered in a canyon with nowhere to go; To his surprise the soldiers have come for his help, not to apprehend him; He is brought to Fort Sierra to meet with Colonel Pierce. "Six-Gun Auction," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is riding through a tight pass when he is almost bowled over by two men racing their horses through from the opposite direction. In retaliation, the Kid shoots the straps off their horse saddles, but the men manage to stay on their horses even as the saddles slip away; Not long after they are out of sight the Kid runs into a sheriff and his posse who were after them. "Where Larabee Rode," script by Stan Lee, pencils by Al Williamson. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is on the run from a posse running to a dead end at a cliff high atop Spinner's Gorge; Unwilling to be captured, the Kid orders his horse Arab to dive into the raging river below, leaving the chasing lawmen to believe that the Kid drowned in the rapids; However the Kid and Arab survive and when they get to shore they continue to ride. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #14
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 14
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.50) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid spots two bushwackers who are attempting to shoot at the local marshal who is bringing out his prisoner, a man named Lance from his jailhouse; The Kid is faster at the draw and his superior shooting skills allows him to shoot the guns out of the assassins hands, but they managed to flee the scene before they can be rounded up. "Ranch Hand's Luck" text story, art by Al Williamson. "Duel At Dawn," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is riding along a mountain pass when he comes across a man hanging on for dear life on the remains of a collapsed rope bridge; With the help of his horse Arab, the Ringo Kid swings down and pulls the man to safety; The old man thanks the Kid for his help and introduces himself as Matt Carmody, the circuit judge for the district. "Calico Pony," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is in a saloon refilling his canteen when a young boy rushes in asking for help; The Kid tries to calm the boy, when suddenly a man comes bursting in and demands that the boy give up his Calico pon. "The Stranger!", script by Stan Lee, art by Dick Ayers. "Freeze Or Fight," art by Fred Kida; Arriving in the town of Bowstring, the Ringo Kid finds the sheriff and his posse waiting for him; The sheriff tells the Kid that the only way he will allow him into town, with his reputation, is if the Kid agrees to turn over his guns; With no choice, the Ringo Kid agrees and turns over his guns; He is spotted by two men named Lobo and Zack who decide to get a reputation for themselves even though the Ringo Kid does not have any guns on him. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #15
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 15
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.47) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.35) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Challenge!", art by Fred Kida; Ringo's friend and fellow gunfighter Ben Santee wants out of the gunfighting profession; He heads to Totem with unloaded guns hoping to be killed; The Ringo Kid becomes sheriff to protect his friend. "Man In the Moonlight" text story. "Hero For a Day!", art by Fred Kida; Ringo Kid and Dull Knife befriend a small boy who has no friends. "Aztec Gold," art by Fred Kida; Ringo Kid saves his friend from debtor prison due to a scheme by the bad guys. "Gunhawk!", script by Stan Lee, art by Joe Maneely. "One Life...One Peso!", art by Fred Kida; The town of Barbary is ruled by three different gangs until Ringo Kid rides into town. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #16
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 16
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.07) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.35) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "The Last Warning," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid has set up camp when he is suddenly ambushed by a lawman; However, the sheriff is not there to arrest him but to ask for his help; He explains that to most he is known as Pat Howland the sheriff of Calope, but he was once an outlaw named Pony Clanton before he reformed; He explains that his old gang managed to track him down and asked him to rejoin them or have his secret exposed. "Locoweed" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "Dead Man's Duel," art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid has agreed to face Cabe Tilden to duel it out in an enclosed area after he and Hank Sawyer swindled Jim Connor's ranch; They agree to clamp a kerchief between each others teeth, promising only to draw and shoot once they both drop it. "Vengeance Is Mine," art by Fred Kida; Sheriff Sam Kimball has been gunned down Gila Bass with the Ringo Kid coming to his side; As he dies, Kimball hands the Ringo Kid his guns and tells him not to get revenge against Bass, telling him that somehow he will get revenge himself, telling the Kid to hang up his guns in his office. "Back Down or Die," script by Stan Lee, art by Doug Wildey. "Showdown In Calico," script by Stan Lee, art by Fred Kida; The Ringo Kid is camped out for the night when he hears someone approaching his camp and draws his guns; It turns out to be Matt Horn, the sheriff of Calico and he is in rough shape; The Kid learns that the entire town, including his father Cory Rand, are in trouble as the Black Widow mob have taken over the entire town. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #17
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 17
    • Centerfold detached at one staple. 1 1/2" Cumulative spine split.
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($1.65) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Deadline In Caribou," art by Joe Maneely; In the town of Caribou, the Ringo Kid was forced to turn over his guns to the local sheriff; Not long after entering town the Kid is tricked into thinking horse Arab was stolen by Shag Wilson and Brink Loran; Going after them to the local blacksmith shop to recover it only to find that he has walked into an ambush. "One Hour Truce," art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid, his father Cory Rand, and his Comanche friend Dull Knife roll into the town of Nogales; Their arrival is seen by some outlaws who go to warn their boss Jag Fresco who orders his men to arm up and keep the Kid and his friends off his back; The Kid is confronted by some of Jag's men, but he easily disarms them and goes to see Fresco. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid spots a cattle fence that has been torn down and stops to mend it; He is stopped by a man named Ronson and his posse who accuse the Kid of trying to rustle their cattle. "The Racing Herds," art by Joe Maneely. "The Payoff," script by Stan Lee, art by Doug Wildey. "Challenge In the Night," art by Joe Maneely; With his father arrested by the soldiers at Fort Cheyenne, the Ringo Kid races there and demands an audience with the commanding officer, however he is refused admittance into the fort; Forced back, the Ringo Kid calls on his friend Dull Knife and they plot to sneak into the fort; To do this, Dull Knife uses a small tree as a catapult to launch the Ringo Kid over the fort wall; The Kid then fights his way into the court room and insists that the charges against his father are false. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #18
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 18

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "A Badge to Die For!", art by Joe Maneely; In the town of Cross Creek, Sheriff Jim Langtry is gunned down by a pair of outlaws; Before they can kill him, the Ringo Kid gets in the way, ordering them to stand down; When the two outlaws draw, the Kid shoots the guns out of their hands and tells them to get packing. "The Troublemaker," art by Gene Colan. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid is riding past a waterfall when he notices a logger and a bunch of logs go over the falls; Rushing to the man's rescue, Ringo manages to pull the man out of the raging river before he can drown; The man turns out to be Jim Abbot a local logger. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid is riding across the range and comes across a wanted poster for a young man named Frisco Durand; Incidentally enough, Durand gets the drop on him, thinking that Ringo is after the reward on his head; Frisco tries to steal the Kid's horse, and Ringo tries to talk sense into him. "Man With a Gun!", art by Doug Wildey. "Duel by Sundown!", art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid is suddenly confronted by Ben Rathburn who is goaded into drawing on the Kid by some locals; Realizing that Ben is sick somehow, the Kid draws and shoots the guns out of his hands. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #19
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 19
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.07) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "Fang, Claw, and Six-Gun!", art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid is spying on Scar Parsons and his gang through a skylight at their meeting place as they plan a raid; The Kid comes crashing through the skylight and faces the outlaws. "The Land-Grabber" text story, art by Joe Maneely. "The Phantom of Coronado!", art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid goes to visit his friend Joe Hammer, a local blacksmith in the town of Coronado, when his friend is suddenly shot dead, but oddly enough there is no sound of a gunshot; The locals tell him that it was the work of the so-called Phantom Gunman. "Man-Killer!", art by Joe Maneely; While in town the Ringo Kid is surprised when his horse Arab suddenly attacks a man named Morley and his men seemingly without provocation; When they try to shoot the stallion, the Ringo Kid shoots the guns out of their hands; When the sheriff arrives, Morley presses charges and the sheriff has no choice but to order the Ringo Kid to pen Arab pending trail. "Empty Holsters," art by Jack Keller. "The Riders of Doom!", art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid rides into a town and soon finds it under siege by the so-called Riders of Doom, remnants of the Union and Confederate armies who regularly come and raid the town; When nobody comes to the defense of the town, the Ringo Kid steps in and sends the Riders packing but takes one of their number captive. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #20
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 20
    • This is a consignment item. A 3% buyer's premium ($2.16) will be charged at checkout. It has been graded by MyComicShop's experienced graders.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. "The Last Challenge," art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid stops an attempted robbery of the Cattleman's Bank owned by Chet Guthrie. However when the sheriff arrives, the Kid has to defend himself from being implicated as a crime and is locked up as a material witness in insure that he does not flee; Ringo is partnered in a cell with Johnny Tumbleweed, a reformed outlaw who tells him that Chet Guthrie was the reason why he was locked up in jail as well. "The Right of Way text story, art by Reed Crandall. "The Ghost of Sam Magee," art by Joe Maneely; In Gila City, Spotting a stage coach that is out of control, the Ringo Kid rushes after it; But as he grabs hold of the reins an eerie voice orders him to let go of the reins or die and the Kid lets go an narrowly avoids getting trampled; Meeting with the sheriff who was also after the coach he tells his experience and is told that Jake Grimley, the man who was scheduled to ride the stage, said the same thing when the horses suddenly started to run wild. "Make Every Bullet Count," art by Joe Maneely; In the town of Powder Keg the Ringo Kid is heading back to the stable to collect his horse when suddenly someone starts shooting at him; Whirling around he is surprised to find that it is Buzz Drury, who was testing to see if Ringo is still as fast as he remembers. "The Streets of Larrame," art by Joe Certa. "The Pirates of the Plains," art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid, his father Cory Rand, and his Comanche friend Dull Knife ride into the town of Stampede; They are spotted by men under the employ of a gambler named Pecos and they go to warn their boss; When the Ringo Kid and his companions arrive outside the gambling hall, Ringo tells them to wait outside to keep people from interfering with his confrontation; Ringo then confronts Pecos and orders him to return the property he stole from the local Pawnee tribe. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.

  • Issue #21
    Ringo Kid Western (1954 Atlas) 21
    • 1" Cumulative spine split. Water damage.

    Cover art by Joe Maneely. Untitled story, art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid spots an old man Roscoe about to rob a bank and stops him before it's too late; The Kid then returns to the old man's house to find out why he was so desperate as he was let go from his job a ranch hand because his employers thing he is too old to do the job. "Thundering Herd" text story, art by Gene Colan. "The Wreckers," art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid, his father Cory Rand, and Dull Knife cross paths with the Shilo gang who are herding horses and they identify that horses have been stolen and use force to take the stolen horses; They then follow the back trail and reunite the stolen horses with their proper owners, a group of religious homesteaders who are looking for new land to settle in. "The Coward," art by Joe Maneely; Outside a casino in Longhorn the Ringo Kid watches as a man backs out of with guns blazing. The Kid recognizes him as Zack Bolt the fastest gun in the region and wonders why he has backed out of a fight; When Ringo asks him why he backed out of a fight, Zack tells the Kid that he refuses to use his guns ever again. "The Fastest Gun In Cheyenne," script by Carl Wessler, art by Ruben Moreira. "Duel At the Bridge," art by Joe Maneely; The Ringo Kid spots a pony express rider being chased by a posse; The Kid comes to his aid, sending the outlaws fleeing; Curious as to what the men could be interested in an ordinary mail delivery, the Ringo Kid goes into the post office to find out. 36 pgs., full color. Cover price $0.10.