Thursday, March 26, 2015

New/Old Kirby in the shops 1 YEAR AGO TODAY.

MARVEL MASTERWORKS RAWHIDE KID TP VOL 01 $24.99
    Before Stan "the Man" and "King" Kirby spun stories of super heroes, they told the tale of a young frontiersman who, after his Uncle Ben Bart was killed at the hands of outlaws, made it his  mission to bring justice to the town of Rawhide. Collecting RAWHIDE KID #17-25.
RAWHIDE KID #17 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Mar 1960
 "Beware, the Rawhide Kid" (7 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap" (6 Kirby/Ayers pages)
  "When the Rawhide Kid turned Outlaw" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #18 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from May 1960
 "At the Mercy of Wolf Waco" (13 Kirby/Ayers pages)
  "A Legend is Born" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #19 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Aug 1960
 "Gun Duel in Trigger Gap" (13 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "Fight or Crawl, Kid" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID # 20 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Sep 1960
 "Shoot-Out with Blackjack Borden" (13 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "The Defeat of the Rawhide Kid" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #21 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Jan 1961
 "The Gunmen fron Sundown City" (18 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #22 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Mar 1961
 "Beware, the Terrible Totem" (19 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #23 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from May 1961
 "The Origin of the Rawhide Kid" (7 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "No Place to Hide" (11 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #24 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from July 1961
 "Showdown in Silver City" (13 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "Gunman's Gamble" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
RAWHIDE KID #25 - Kirby/Ayers cover - from Sep 1961
 "The Bat Strikes" (7 Kirby/Ayers pages)
 "The Twister" (6 Kirby/Ayers pages)

 "Those who Live by the Gun" (5 Kirby/Ayers pages)
How come Dick "the Ace" Ayers is not credited on the cover? Is that any way to treat a legend?

1 comment:

  1. As a kid, I turned up my nose at all westerns, but now as an adult, I appreciate the figure work and unique artwork of Jack Kirby, even in the westers. It's ALMOST worth it for me to invest in a copy of these Rawhide Kid collections, just to taste some more undiscovered Kirby magic! Soooooo temtpted.... thanks for calling it to our attention!

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