RAWHIDE KID (1955) (#1-151) (MARVEL) #40 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Rawhide Kid (1955) #40
Cover by Jack Kirby. Story by Stan Lee with art by Dick Ayers. Guest-starring the Two-Gun Kid. It's always been Marvel's tradition that whenever two of their heroes meet, they always begin fighting each other before ending up cooperating against their real foe. This story, "The Rawhide Kid Meets The Two-Gun Kid," stays true to form. On the run from the law, Rawhide Kid knows better than to cross over into counties where a posse is likely waiting for him. But when he hears the sounds of a one-sided gunfight going on over the border, the Kid can't help but ride over the county line to help even the odds.

What he finds is the legendary Two-Gun Kid battling bandits who've robbed a Pony Express rider. Incredibly, the bandits are being led by a bear (!) carrying a rifle! Finding his bullets can't penetrate the creature's hide, the Kid turns to help Two-Gun Kid and the Pony Express rider who were both knocked unconscious in the fight. But then, the Sheriff arrives and assumes the worst of the Rawhide Kid, and tries to him back to Tombstone for trial on suspicion of armed robbery. The Kid escapes and runs afoul of the Two-Gun Kid, who convinces him to turn himself in and put his fate in the hands of the court system. But will the Grizzly let justice have its way? Plus, Lee and artist Larry Lieber tell the story of "The Fastest Draw!"

Publisher: MarvelTitle: RAWHIDE KID (1955) (#1-151) (MARVEL)
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