Continued from Rawhide Kid. The Rawhide Kid’s adventures were previously chronicled by Atlas Comics from 1955-1957, in Rawhide Kid issues 1-16. While under Atlas, the kid was a tall, confident do-gooder who believed in following and upholding the law, no matter what. In a Batman-like moment, he adopts a young boy named Randy whose father was murdered by an outlaw. When Marvel took over in 1960, they picked up the numbering from the previous series, but virtually nothing else. The Rawhide Kid was revamped to be a diminutive red-head who found himself an outlaw after a misunderstanding following a gun fight.
The series ran from 1960 to 1979 for a total of 151 issues.
Non-U.S. Collected Editions
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