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Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"Edit

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Synopsis for "Kid Colt Outlaw"Edit

A cattle dealer named Ringo and his men are camping out for the night. They are shocked by the arrival of Kid Colt to their camp, however Kid Colt comes in peace, seeking only to get some water from them. Finding this amusing Ringo gives Kid Colt "water" from his special supply and sends him on his way. Later, while on his way to Silver City, Kid Colt stops to take a drink from his canteen and is shocked to find that he was not given water -- but whiskey. Furious over this double cross, Kid Colt vows to get back at Ringo and his men.

Meanwhile, Ringo and his men seek to graze their cattle on Comanche land and heads down to the land office to get permission but are refused. Ringo starts to get rough, but suddenly Kid Colt bursts in and beats up Ringo and his men for the whiskey they gave him. Kid Colt pulls his guns and forces Ringo and his men to leave, but Ringo swears to Kid Colt that he will get his way.

Ringo does this by going to the Comanche camp and begins selling whiskey to the people who live there. While the Comanches are drunk Ringo tricks them into signing over their land to him and heads offd to the land office to claim his "rightfully" obtained land. Shortly thereafter, Kid Colt comes across some drunk Comanches falling off their horses and rides into the Comanche village where he meets with the Comanche chief War Cloud and learns what happened. Soon after the explanation, Ringo and his men arrive and demand that the Comanches pack up and leave.

When War Cloud refuses to vacate the land, Ringo shoots him and orders his men to wipe out the Comanches. Kid Colt springs to action and mows down Ringo and his men. War Cloud was only wounded in the attack and thanks Kid Colt for his help and wonders what to do about the barrels of whiskey that are still on their land. Kid Colt solves this problem by blasting holes in them causing the whiskey to pour into the ground. Later, back in Silver City, news of Ringo's death reaches the land office and the claims that they were forced to sign on his behalf are burned.

Appearing in "Rimrock Incident"Edit


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Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"Edit

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Kid Colt watches as a man attempts to ride his horse off a cliff and stops him from committing suicide. He learns that the man is the sheriff in town, whose vision is failing. The locals have begun to believe that he is a coward in light of the arrival of an outlaw named Blackjack Sherman who has been having his run with the town. Kid Colt decides to help the sheriff reclaim his honor so that he can retire without shame.

Kid Colt rides into town and picks a fight with Blackjack and a fight almost breaks out when suddenly the sheriff bursts into the saloon. Kid Colt pretends to be frightened by the sheriff. This also frightens Blackjack Sherman who does not wish to tangle with someone who can frighten Kid Colt. Kid Colt is taken into "custody" and Blackjack and his men flee. However, Blackjack finds his guts again and decides to return to town and challenge the sheriff to a duel that night.

This plays into Kid Colt's plan, as he and the sheriff change out fits. With the darkness completing his disguise, Kid Colt easily defeats Blackjack in the draw. With Blackjack dead, Kid Colt rushes back into the sheriffs office to change back into his clothes. Kid Colt is allowed to leave, and the sheriff retires from his position.

Appearing in "The Avenger"Edit


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Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"Edit

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As Kid Colt passes by a town he sees a posse searching for someone, piquing his curiosity for a short while. As he passes through he is suddenly jumped by a young boy who is armed with a gun named Jimmy Kirk. The boy tells Kid Colt that he is an outlaw and recognizing Kid Colt the boy orders him to take him along wherever he goes. Kid Colt decides to humor the boy and soon they are camping out, Kid Colt hears the boy's story: That the boy is innocent.

When Kid Colt learns that the boy has been accused of stealing candy from the local general store owned by Pop Hoffenspeil's general store. Kid Colt takes the boy onward and purposely spooks the young boy with the prospect of camping out for the night and convinces him to return to town to clear his name. Sure enough, when the locals see Jimmy Kirk with Kid Colt get the locals in a panic and they mobilize. However, when the two outlaws arrive at the general store, Hoffenspeil reveals that they all know that Jimmy did not steal the candy, as the real thieves were recently found out due to the fact that they got stomach aches from eating all the candy.

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