Appearing in "Gun-Fight at Midnight!"
- Hobie Smith
- Jonathan Parks
- Parks' Men
- Other Hired Guns (Unnamed)
- Doc (Unnamed)
Races and Species:
- Cody's Landing
Synopsis for "Gun-Fight at Midnight!"
Answering a call from Jonathan Parks the banker for the town Cody's Landing, who wants to hire the Kid to make sure the upcoming election for sheriff is an honest one. Parks warns Two-Gun that a gun-fighter named Hobe Smith is also trying to get elected for the position. In the local saloon, the Kid crosses paths with Hobe Smith and the two exchange harsh words, that convince the Kid that Parks is telling the truth.
Later that day the Kid is walking about town when he comes across some men and asks them who they intend to vote for. When they tell him that they are going to vote for Parks and get violent, the Kid defends himself until Parks comes out and tells the men to stand down, telling them that they were about to draw against the Two-Gun Kid and that the Kid is under his employ. When the Kid suddenly realizes that Parks has men who are being paid to make sure people vote for him, the Kid decides to have a good talk with Hobe Smith. Not liking this Jonathan pulls a gun and tries to shoot Two-Gun in the back, but the Kid manages to dodge the shot by rolling onto the ground and succeeds in shooting the gun out of Parks' hand. However one of Parks' men manages to draw and shoot one of the Kid. Parks and his men then leave the Kid there to die in the street as a message to the others.
However the Kid is found by Hobe Smith who takes him to the local doctor for treatment. Revived, the Kid is shocked to find that he is blinded thanks to the shot creasing his brow and affected his optic nerves. The doctor theorizes that the Kid's vision should return in a few days. Realizing who was that Hobe is the right man for the sheriff's position. With too many of Parks' men out to threaten people, the Kid convinces officials to hold the election at midnight that night. When Hobe tries to force the outlaws out, they stand their ground until the Two-Gun Kid challenges them. Sure enough the outlaws flee without a single bullet fired. Without his men to back him up, Jonathan Parks surrenders telling the Kid that he surrenders. The Kid then reveals that Parks surrendered to a blind man, and Hobe wins the election by a landslide. Later, with his vision restored, the Kid reveals that he chose the midnight election time in order to bluff Parks into surrendering.
Appearing in "The Kid From Dodge City"
- Man (Unnamed) (Impersonates Kid From Dodge City)
Races and Species:
Synopsis for "The Kid From Dodge City"
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 challenging a man to a gun-fight, the man cowers. Jess sees this as an opportunity to finally get out from under his gun reputation by letting this impostor call himself the Kid from Dodge City.
However the Kid realizes that he has to do something when his imitator starts picking on an old man. The Kid feels guilty but decides to still do nothing about it, and goes to get the local sheriff to deal with the problem, but he learns that the sheriff was killed the previous week and a new one has not been elected yet. Shortly thereafter the impostor attempts to pick a fight with the real Kid, and Jess manages to out shoot his imitator. Realizing that he was up against the real Kid from Dodge City, he surrenders and the Kid learns that he has been pushing people around town knowing that the sheriff was dead and nobody knew what the real Kid from Dodge City looked like. With the outlaw locked up, the Kid then leaves town.
Appearing in "The Revenge of Roaring Bear!"
- Bill Lindo (Impersonates Sam Jethroe)
- Big Pete
- Sagamaw Sheriff (Unnamed)
- Sam Jethroe (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Sagamaw Trail
- Apache Camp
- Sagamaw City
Synopsis for "The Revenge of Roaring Bear!"
The Two-Gun Kid is riding along Sagamaw Trail in Arizona when he was attacked by a band of Apache warriors. The Kid is forced to surrender and when he asks why he was attacked when they made a peace pact with the white men go unanswered until he is brought to the camp of the Apache chief Roaring Bear.
There Roaring Bear demands that the Kid get on his feet when being addressed. The Kid then challenges Running Bear's bravery by demanding that he gets untied. The Kid easily defeats Roaring Bear in a hand-to-hand fight then demands to know why the Apaches attacked him. He learns that the Indian Agent that has been hired to provide government assistance to his people is responsible for the murder of two of their braves. When Roaring Bear tells the Kid that he intends to go into town with his warriors and attack the white men, the Kid asks the Apache chief to provide him with time to learn the truth. Roaring Bear agrees to have the Two-Gun Kid investigate the murders on their behalf but he insists that the Kid bring his son Proud Eagle along with him to Sagamore City.
The pair are ambushed by gunmen on their way and the Kid pushes Proud Eagle out of the path of the bullet. The bullet meant for Proud Eagle's heart strikes him in the arm instead, but he passes out from his wounds. Seeing this, and believing that the Two-Gun Kid has betrayed them, the Kid is forced to flee to town. There he asks where the Indian Agent is. He finds the man, Sam Jethroe, bragging about his plans to drive the Apaches out of the area. Confronting Jethroe, the Kid is knocked out and given the fact that he knows too much about their plans, Sam has his minions lock the Kid up in the local jail for disturbing the peace. The Two-Gun Kid comes to and finds himself locked in a jail cell, but manages to sneak up on the sheriff and break himself out.
As the Apaches are approaching to attack the town, the Two-Gun Kid attacks Jethroe and forces him to confess. As it turns out, the man's name is really Bill Lindo, and he murdered the real Sam Jethreo in order to force the Apaches to go to war so he could sell guns. As the Kid tries to subdue Lindo, Roaring Bear gets the drop on him and tries to attack the Kid. The Two-Gun Kid is saved when Proud Eagle comes in and tells his father that the Kid had nothing to do with his injury. With the war stopped and Lindo in custody the Two-Gun Kid rides off before he can be thanked.
Appearing in "The Brave White Man"
Synopsis for "The Brave White Man"
A man named Blake has accused Billy Buckskin for stealing ponies from the local Native American reservation. Although Soapy and Sally Frosby stand up for Billy, Captain Frosby asks Billy to turn himself in and they are shocked when Billy does just that. With Billy locked away, Blake -- the real thief -- rides out of Fort Ironsides confident that he can move the stolen ponies without interruption. That night, Billy is freed from his cell by Sally who stole the key from her father.
Billy sneaks out of the base and with Soapy goes out searching for the stolen ponies. Hearing hoof beats, Billy and Soapy follow the sound and find Blake and his men moving the ponies. Billy rushes out and stops the racing ponies. When Blake's men try to shoot the young man, their are ambushed by Soapy who orders them to stand down. Suddenly the military arrives and when Blake tries to make a run for it, he is tackled off his horse by Billy.
Later, back at the Fort, Billy and Captain Frosby reveal that they knew that Blake was responsible for stealing the ponies and that Billy willingly turned himself to lead him into a trap.
Appearing in "The Gunhawk!"
- Sheriff Ross Flint
- Anne Flint
- Gunhawk (Matt McCabe)
Races and Species:
- Dobe Wells
Synopsis for "The Gunhawk!"
A gunhawk comes into town looking for his rival after he ran away four years prior. His rival has since become sheriff of the town and married the girl he ran away with. When the duel took place the sheriff's steadiness and confidence made the gunhawk quick on the trigger allowing the sheriff to disarm him and end the running once and for all.
- "Gunfight at Midnight" is reprinted in Mighty Marvel Western #24.
- "The Gunhawk" is reprinted in Western Gunfighters (Vol. 2) #15.