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Appearing in "Date with Destiny!"

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Synopsis for "Date with Destiny!"

In a border town of Cree City a stagecoach is attacked by Tiger Talon and his gang of road agents. However before they can get away with the stolen payroll, Kid Colt appears and tries to stop them. Kid Colt manages to incapacitate the entire gang, and eventually Tiger as well when he tries to flee the scene.

After the battle, Kid Colt is approached Sam Gentry a government courier and explaining that Tiger and his gang were actually after to the deeds to some land transfers and asks Kid Colt to help get the paperwork Big Bend safely. As Kid Colt escorts the stagecoach along the trail the rest of Tiger's gang is waiting on a bridge crossing and Kid Colt easily defeats the outlaws there. However when they get to a nearby canyon pass, Kid Colt stops the coach as he suspects a trap. Taking all the cargo off the coach, they send it forward, sure enough an avalanche destroys the coach. Despite this set back, Kid Colt manages to get the documentation to Big Bend, much to the surprise of the government official who is shocked to see a notorious criminal come to help them.

Appearing in "Manhunter"

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Appearing in "What'll it be, Gents?"

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Appearing in "Lawman from Larramee!"

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Appearing in "The Terror of Tombstone!"

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Synopsis for "The Terror of Tombstone!"

With the Silver Strike mine about to send out a shipment, US Marshal Wyatt Earp is working extra hard to remove outlaws and trouble makers from his town of Tombstone. He confronts two outlaws named Forty-Five and Rawhide and easily disarms them and then locks them up in jail.

Soon after Wyatt is informed that the the coach carrying ten thousand dollars worth of silver is ready to go and that he is to ride shotgun. Wyatt heads off to the stagecoach unaware that Forty-Five and Rawhide have heard the whole thing. They signal the other men of their gang, and are handed guns. When Wyatt returns to his office, he finds himself at gun point and is forced to let the two outlaws out. Wyatt is then tied up and Rawhide disguises himself in the marshal's clothing and leaves with the stagecoach.

Meanwhile, back at the jail, Wyatt manages to pry off his gag and calls out to his horse Justice. The brilliant horse manages to pull the draw containing the extra keys from his desk and bring them to his master. Wyatt then unlocks his cell and soon follows after the stagecoach. Earp manages to catch up with the coach and incapacitate his impostor and takes his place. When Forty-Five and his gang try to rob the coach, they are caught off guard and Wyatt easily apprehends them.

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  • This marks the first issue time Kid Colt is recognized as a wanted criminal since Kid Colt Outlaw #46. However it is much more sedate with just a final dialogue bubble from a government official saying "Kid Colt? But he's a notorious...", this vague reference was likely due to the restrictions of the Comic Code Authority which had strict rules regarding the representation of criminals.

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