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Quote1 Back East I remember reading about a fictitious gun-fighter named the Two-Gun Kid! I don't know what ever happened to him, but I think I'll borrow the name! Quote2
-- Two-Gun Kid

Appearing in "Two-Gun Kid and the Rawhide Kid"Edit

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Synopsis for "Two-Gun Kid and the Rawhide Kid"Edit

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Appearing in "The Beginning of the Two-Gun Kid"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Two-Gun Kid #60.

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  • Two-Gun Kid
  • Thunder
  • Ben Dancer - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Nancy Carter (First appearance)
  • Clem Carter (First appearance)

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  • Tombstone

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Synopsis for "The Beginning of the Two-Gun Kid"Edit

Attorney Matt Hawk sets up a law office in the town of Tombstone, Texas. Almost immediately, he finds himself the target of a surly brute named Clem Carter. He prevents Clem from shooting down an aging gunfighter named Ben Dancer. To show his gratitude, Ben takes Matt in and teaches him everything there is to know about gun-slinging. To protect himself from those who might attempt to build a reputation by gunning down Matt Hawk, Matt decides to adopt the identity of the Two-Gun Kid.

Appearing in "The Outcast!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Two-Gun Kid #60.

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  • Growling Bear - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Takawana - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Tall Feather - (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Outcast!"Edit

Growling Bear, chieftain of the Navajo nation determines that his son, Tall Feather is too weak and pacifistic to be of any use to the tribe, and brands him an outcast. He is exiled due to his refusal to take part in a raid against an American army fort. Growling Bear's other son, Takawana, is only too proud to serve in Tall Feather's place. The Navajos lead a raid against the fort, but the fight results in a massacre. Many Navajo warriors are killed. Tall Feather returns, and exposes Takawana as the instigator of the failed raid. He explains that Takawana secretly wanted the raid to fail, in the hopes that Growling Bear would be killed, thus making him the new chief. Growling Bear welcomes Tall Feather back into the tribe and exiles Takawana.


Appearing in "I Hate the Two-Gun Kid!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Two-Gun Kid #60.

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  • Tombstone

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Synopsis for "I Hate the Two-Gun Kid!"Edit

Clem Carter and his friends discover that his sister has entrusted a large sum of money to Matt Hawk. They break into Matt's law office and surprise him. Outnumbering him, they easily tie him up, and make off with the cash. Nancy finds Matt hours later and frees him. Matt doesn’t let on that he knows Nancy's brother is responsible, and instead decides to resolve the matter as the Two-Gun Kid. Two-Gun tracks Clem and his friends to a local saloon and a gunfight ensues. Clem is actually killed by one of his own men, but the news quickly spreads around town that the Two-Gun Kid is responsible for Clem's death. Nancy is heartbroken, and openly proclaims her hatred of the Two-Gun Kid. Matt silently hopes that Nancy never learns the truth about his duel identity.


Appearing in "Beware! The Rawhide Kid!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Rawhide Kid #17.

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Synopsis for "Beware! The Rawhide Kid!"Edit

Rancher Ben Bart raises his adopted son, Johnny, to become the best possible gunfighter he can be. Johnny quickly adapts to wielding the twin "magic" colts and learns a variety of gunfighting techniques including the "Road Agent's Spin" and the "Border Shift". Shortly after his eighteenth birthday, Ben sends Johnny into town to pick up the monthly provisions. While he is gone, two gunfighters named Hawk Brown and Spade encroach upon the Bart ranch. Hawk challenges Ben to a draw, but Spade distracts Ben Bart, allowing Hawk to get the drop on him. The gunslingers leave, cowardly leaving Ben's body dead on the ground.

Johnny returns home only to discover that his beloved father had been killed. Tracking the murderers, he arrives in a nearby saloon where he finds Hawk and Spade. Johnny shoots the revolver out of Hawk's hand, and fires two shots behind his head to disarm Spade (whose reflection he had seen in a mirror).

Determined to rid the world of people like Hawk Brown, Johnny leaves Rawhide atop his trusted steed Nightwind. He soon adopts the identity of the Rawhide Kid.

Appearing in "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Rawhide Kid #17.

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  • Shotgun Gap

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Synopsis for "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!"Edit

Several men on the Overland Stage notice the Rawhide Kid and Nightwind racing up alongside them. Fearing that he may be a robber, they open fire on him. The Kid shoots their guns out of their hands without causing any harm. Bringing the coach to heel, he explains that he merely needs a ride. Once inside, he meets a scared old woman and a man who is taking his son to a specialist in St. Louis. As luck would have it, a real posse of outlaws hold the stage up. The Rawhide Kid leaps from the cabin and disarms the thugs with several quick shots from his Colts. He then puts his guns away and finishes them off with some good old fashioned fisticuffs.

Appearing in "With Gun in Hand"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Rawhide Kid #17.

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  • Calhoun - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Joe Cooper - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Les Cooper - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Natchez - (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "With Gun in Hand"Edit

Cousins Joe and Les Cooper come into the employ of a rancher named Calhoun. Les claims to be the fastest draw in the west, but Joe refuses to carry a sidearm. Some time later, a man named Natchez challenges Les Cooper to a draw. Both men fire simultaneously, and both men fall to the ground - seemingly dead. Les Cooper faked being shot however, and meets up with his cousin later down the road.

Appearing in "When the Rawhide Kid Turned... Outlaw"Edit

This story is a reprint of the comic
Rawhide Kid #17.

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  • Arrowhead Pass

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Synopsis for "When the Rawhide Kid Turned... Outlaw"Edit

Clay Rockwell is the owner of the Big-R ranch spread. After mysteriously losing 200 head of cattle, he hires the Rawhide Kid to resolve the mystery. Aiding the Kid's efforts is Sam Barker, Clay's neighbor and owner of the Big-B ranch. The Rawhide kid attempts to track the missing herd, but finds no tracks or any other evidence indicating where they may have gone. He finally discovers that Sam Barker has been stealing the herd and modifying Clay's "Big-R" brand so that it looks like "Big-B" instead. By doing so, he was able to easily steal the cattle without anyone catching on. Exposed, Sam opens fire on the Rawhide Kid, but the Kid's aim is sharper, and he quickly disarms the disgruntled rancher. The local sheriff arrives to arrest both men, but the kid refuses to submit to an inquiry and takes off. Now he is forced to live the life of an outlaw.

  • This Marvel Milestone special reprints Two-Gun Kid #60 and Rawhide Kid #17.
  • The full title of the third story in this issue is, What Happened to Make Nancy Carter Say: "I Hate the Two-Gun Kid!"


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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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