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Appearing in "Six-Gun Gamble!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Outlaw Kid #11.

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Synopsis for "Six-Gun Gamble!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Outlaw Kid #11.

Learning that Ed Corwin has been swindling people out of their money down at the local gambling hall, the Outlaw Kid pays him a visit and warns him against using crooked means to bilk the people of Caliber City of their wealth before departing. Annoyed by the encounter, Corwin tells his men that he will plan to get t he Outlaw Kid before he can get him.

That night, back in his civilian identity of Lance Temple, the Outlaw Kid speaks to his father about the Kid's encounter with Corwin. It is during that Lance's father tells him that he overheard Ed bragging about how he will fix the Outlaw Kid. Later that night, Lance slips out of his father's ranch and changes back into the Outlaw Kid and rides back into town. He is spotted by Ed's men who tell him that the Kid is heading his way. Corwin is unconcerned as he has hired a gunfighter named Ace Barclay to deal with him.

When the Kid pulls up in front of the gambling hall, Ace saunters out and pretends to have an interest in the Kid's horse, Thunder. However this is just to get close enough to try and shoot the masked hero, but the Kid suspected this and manages to dodge out of the way of his shots. The Kid tackles Ace and the two begin to fight it out when suddenly Ed tries to take a shot at the Kid while the two of them are fighting.

The fight soon stops and the Outlaw Kid goes into the gambling hall to straighten out Ed, but before a fight can break out Ace comes into the main doors and shoots Ed Corwin dead and then turns himself in to the sheriff.

Appearing in "Losers Take Nothing!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Outlaw Kid #11.

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Synopsis for "Losers Take Nothing!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Outlaw Kid #11.

The Outlaw Kid is walking through Caliber City when he spots a man named Mr. Weaver shoving around an elderly prospector. When the Kid gets in the way, Weaver tries to pull a gun but the Kid easily disarms him and warns him from causing any more trouble, then notes the rough looking characters that Weaver is in the company of.

A few days later, the Outlaw Kid is in town again in his alter-ego of Lance Temple. He is greeted by his girl Belle Taylor who is out walking with Weaver. She tells Lance that Weaver intends to purchase some cattle from her father and set up a ranch in town and is in the middle of transfer negotiations. She then invited Lance to the fair, and noticing how Weaver has a way with women decides to go if only to keep an eye on Belle.

That night, Lance notices the gunnies that were with Weaver the day before and after they briefly meet with him and leave, Lance decides to follow after them as the Outlaw Kid. As the fair ends with a fireworks display, the gunmen are at the Caliber City bank setting explosives, the sounds of which would be confused with the fireworks.

Their work is interrupted by the Outlaw Kid who sends them fleeing, but not before one of the outlaws tosses the bundle of explosives at the masked hero. The Kid quickly tosses the explosives in a nearby watering trough. After sending the sheriff and his men after the outlaws, the Kid confronts Weaver at the fair. He reveals to Belle that Weaver was only posing as a potential rancher to case the town and plan the robbery. Weaver denies it until the Outlaw Kid points out that the sheriff and his men will undoubtedly capture his minions and Weaver tries to pull a gun on the Kid. However the Kid punches him out before he has a chance to fire. In the aftermath, the Outlaw Kid warns Belle never to trust someone based on appearances, Belle responds by telling him that in knowing the Outlaw Kid she already knows that.

Appearing in "The Riddle of Scorpion Creek!"

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Outlaw Kid #11.

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Synopsis for "The Riddle of Scorpion Creek!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Outlaw Kid #11.

The Outlaw Kid arrives too late to stop a gang of outlaws from escaping town after they robbed Mr. Wilke's general store. When the Kid asks them what they stole he is shocked to learn that the only thing they took were fishing nets. When talking among the locals he learns that the leader of the gang was Pete Bailey, who recently broke out of prison after being arrested for robbing a stage coach. The Outlaw Kid then rides out of town to change back into his alter-ego of Lance Temple to see if his father Zane might know anything about Pete Bailey before he was arrested. Meanwhile, outside of town, Bailey and his gang have regrouped and when his gang complain about stealing nets, Bailey sets them straight telling them that the nets will help make them rich.

At the Temple ranch, Lance asks his father about the Bailey stagecoach robbery and learns that Pete was arrested but the loot was never found. Realizing what is going on, Lance tells his father that he has a chore to complete and slips out of the house to change into the Outlaw Kid. The Kid rides out to the river where Pete was arrested and finds his gang using the nets to rake the bottom of the river. The Outlaw Kid easily gets the drop on the gang and knocks them out, and takes them into town. The next day, the Kid brings the sheriff out to the river and they use the nets to pull the stolen loot out of the river.

Appearing in "The Man Who Outsmarted Earp!"

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