KID COLT (1962) (#103-229) (MARVEL) #169 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Kid Colt (1962) (#103-229) #169
Cover by Gil Kane. A trio of titanic tales of the wild frontier as only Marvel can tell them. In our first story, Kid Colt finally finds a town where he can stop looking over his shoulder and perhaps settle down. There's just one condition, the county sheriff tells the Kid "Give Me Your Guns!" (written by Stan Lee and drawn by Jack Keller). It's a trade-off our hero is happy to make until a group of desperados arrive while the sheriff is out of town. Then, Kid Colt has to steal back his guns and sacrifice his happiness to save the town!

Then, a white boy raised by Native Americans tries to teach his fellow Anglos tolerance for the red man during a time of great tension between the cultures. In order to keep the peace, one man must become "The Sacrifice." Finally, Kid Colt faces the one gunfighter who is faster on the draw than he is. And in order to save the life of one brave town marshal, the Kid has to take up the role of "The Man Who Drew Against Drago!" (by Lee and Keller).

Publisher: MarvelTitle: KID COLT (1962) (#103-229) (MARVEL)
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