RINGO KID (1970) #9 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Ringo Kid (1970) #9
Cover by Herb Trimpe. Thrill to these heart-stopping adventures of one of the West's wildest action heroes. In our first story, a group of bushwhacking bank-robbers uses flash powder to blind their victims and the law while they wear protective goggles. It's up to the Ringo Kid to find their hide-out and put an end to the villainous "Black Sunset!" (drawn by John Severin).

Next, Ringo teams with his Native American ally Dull Knife to face down the bandit called Spider with a U.S. Marshall hot on their trail. Next, a guitar-toting stranger walks into the middle of a range war and "It Happened In Gunsmoke" (written by Stan Lee and drawn by Vic Carrabotta). Finally, the Ringo Kid and his father are caught between the U.S. Cavalry and a gang of owl-hoots disguised as tribal warriors and led by the infamous killer Cheyenne Castro!

GCD Data

Title: Black Sunset

Featuring: Ringo Kid

Credits: ? (Script), John Severin (Pencils), John Severin (Inks).

Title: [An ironic fate brought the paths of three men to Pronghorn!

Featuring: Ringo Kid

Credits: ? (Script), John Severin (Pencils), John Severin (Inks).

Title: It Happened In Gunsmoke

Credits: Stan Lee (Script), Vic Carrabotta (Pencils), Vic Carrabotta (Inks).

Title: [Comanches...attacking a cavalry train!

Featuring: Ringo Kid

Credits: ? (Script), John Severin (Pencils), John Severin (Inks).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: MarvelTitle: RINGO KID (1970)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
9 (8.25) 16.50 33.00 46.00 77.00 (102.00)

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