Appearing in "The Time of the Gunhawk!"

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Appearing in "Gunhawk vs. the Range Lord!"

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  • Jacob Franklin
  • Mandy Franklin

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  • Long-Horn Lord
  • Long Horn-Lord's Men
    • Tex
    • Cactus
  • Aces Sprode

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  • Marshall
  • Mandy Franklin's Brother (Only in flashback)

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Appearing in "Renegades"

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Appearing in "Grey Wolf Strikes"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Apache Kid #2.

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Synopsis for "Grey Wolf Strikes"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Apache Kid #2.

Apache Kid pays a visit to Fort Madison and his friend Captain Bill Gregory. Bill warns Apache Kid that the Comanche's led by Grey Wolf are trying to convince Red Hawk and his tribe of Apaches to form an alliance in order to start up another Indian War. Apache Kid agrees to do what he can to insure peace in the region and rides off to the Apache camp. He arrives there just as Grey Wolf is pressuring Red Hawk to join his alliance. Apache Kid threatens to fire an arrow into Grey Wolf's heart, prompting the chief and his Comanches to leave, but Grey Wolf vows to get the Apaches to join his cause. When speaking to White Swan and Red Hawk after, Apache Kid is relieved to learn that the Apaches have no intention of joining the Comanches in their war.

However, that night a Comanche warriors sneaks into the Apache camp and kidnaps White Swan, part of Grey Wolf's plan to force Red Hawk into an alliance. The next morning Red Hawk is given the message and cannot bring himself to sacrifice the life of his niece and orders his warriors to prepare to go to war. Apache Kid then rushes off to Camp Madison and warns Bill, but asks Bill to give him a chance to stop the war and hold off on the counter attack. Bill agrees to give Apache Kid time but stresses that he must hurry.

As the Apaches sends a smoke signal indicating their compliance to the Comanches, Apache Kid changes into Aloysius Kare then wanders into the Comanche camp. As he planned, Aloysius is captured and thrown in the same teepee as White Swan. He frees the girl from her bonds and the pair effect an escape. Once they are clear of the camp, Kare orders White Swan to return to her people and get them to stop their war path. With the girl gone, Kare changes once more into the Apache Kid and returns to the Comanche camp. There Apache Kid challenges Grey Wolf to a fight to the death. The winner gets to decide if there will be peace or war.

During the fight, Apache Kid easily disarms Grey Wolf of a tomahawk and bests him in hand-to-hand combat. When Grey Wolf then takes a pot of boiling oil and attempts to throw it at the hero, the Apache Kid tosses a rock at it causing the pot to fall on Grey Wolf's head, killing him. With Grey Wolf dead, Apache Kid orders the Comanches to remain at peace and soon sends a smoke signal to Bill Gregory telling him that the threat of war is over. Apache Kid then returns to the Apache camp where Red Hawk thanks the Kid for rescuing his niece.

Appearing in "Meeting At Midnight!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Kid Colt Outlaw #86.

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  • Carver

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  • Mister Webster
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Synopsis for "Meeting At Midnight!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Kid Colt Outlaw #86.



Appearing in "Men Without Faces!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wyatt Earp #13.

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  • Men Without Faces
    • Cain
    • Butler

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  • Justice
  • Luke Magney

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This story is a reprint of the comic
Wyatt Earp #13.



Appearing in "Western Kid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #12.

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  • Stage Coach


Synopsis for "Western Kid"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Western Kid #12.

The Western Kid is being chased by a gang of outlaws and managed to put some distance by jumping over a cliff. When one of the outlaws, Linx, ends up being thrown from his horse and goes over the edge. While Linx scrambles for his life, the Kid goes back and tosses him a rope. When Linx calls to his comrades to not shoot at the Kid, his boss -- Bo -- refuses to do so and the gang continues to fire while the Western Kid flees he wonders if Linx will side with his fellow outlaws if they happen to clash again.

A few weeks later, the Western Kid is asked by a local sheriff to join a wagon train to protect it from Bo Newton and his gang has been seen in the area. The Kid confirms that Linx Porter is still riding with them. Sure enough the gang spots the coach and prepare to rob it, despite Linx reservations. When they spot the Kid's dog Lightning, Bo tells Linx to deal with it while they go off after the coach. They soon notice the Western Kid breaking off from the coach and they go after him. Meanwhile, Linx cannot bring himself to kill Dawson's dog. Meanwhile, Bo and the rest of his gang are lured into a trap and run into the coach riders who are armed to the teeth and they take the gang with the help of the Western Kid and Whirlwind. Suddenly, Linx surrenders with Lightning in tow, and the Kid explains that Lightning didn't attack him was because he did not see him as a threat. Linx thanks the Kid for giving him a chance and promises to go straight once he has repaid the debt to society.

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