Appearing in "Man Trap!"Edit
- Shark Diston
Synopsis for "Man Trap!"Edit
Two bounty hunters spot the Ringo Kid heading to the town of Pilares with a posse of lawmen behind him. Thinking that the law is after the Kid and knowing they won't follow him into town because it's under the control of Shark Diston, they decide to follow after him and collect the bounty on the outlaw hero's head. Sure enough as soon as the Ringo Kid enters into Pilares, the lawmen stop in their tracks. Arriving in town, the Kid finds the streets erupting with violence and pushes his way through to the back alleys to visit his friend Don Miguel, who is helping him liberate the town. The Kid tells him to have the men willing to help meet him at the town jail near dusk to free the sheriff who has been locked up ever since Shark took over the town.
That night as the bounty hunters watched, the Ringo Kid meets up with the men and then sneaks into the jail. He knocks out the guard and frees Jim, the sheriff and all the innocent men that Diston has locked up in order to maintain control. They then rush the gambling hall where Diston and his men are gathered and the ambush goes off with a success. The Ringo Kid and the sheriff then ride out of town where the bounty hunters are waiting. Before the bounty hunters can get the drop on the Kid, the lawmen shoots the guns out of their hands. As it turns out the Ringo Kid was asked to assist them in cleaning up town. As the Kid leaves, his horse knocks the two bounty hunters backward into a cactus bush and the Kid tells the lawmen to leave the lowly bounty hunters there.
Appearing in "Gun-Fight in Tombstone!"Edit
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Appearing in "The Man Who Hated Soldiers!"Edit
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Appearing in "Battle for Survival!"Edit
Synopsis for "Battle for Survival!"Edit
Billy Buckskin and his pal Soapy are captured by a band of Cahita Native Americans whose medicine man Kalu, has told his people that his magic informed him that the two white men are the reason why their people cannot find game and are on the brink of starvation. Agreeing the chief orders them to be tied up to be eliminated to appease the gods. However that night they are freed by the chief's son Towani who does not believe in the words of Kalu. As Billy and Soapy flee into the forest, Billy finds sign of wild game and tells Soapy that they have to go back.
Back at the Cahitas village, Kalu has learned that their prisoners have escaped and tries to use his magic to learn who has betrayed them. However Towani speaks up, telling thme that as the chief's son they cannot do anything against him. Angry, Kalu is about to strike Towani with a spear when it is blasted to bits by Billy's shotgun. Billy then beats Kalu into submission and tells the tribe that he has located fresh game for them. Leading them to the location, the Cahitas go hunting, and the chief thanks Billy for helping his people.
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