Ringo Kid 20

Title Published
August 1954 to September 1957
Issue Numbers
1 to 21
Number of Issues
21
Ringo Kid 20 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
August 1957
Sighted Date Stamp
May 16
Indicia Frequency
monthly
Indicia Publisher
Hercules Publishing Corp.
 
 
Cover Titles
Last Challenge!
Make Every Bullet Count!
 
 
Starring
Ringo Kid starring
 
 
Cover Credits
Joe Maneely pencils and inks signed
Contributions
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Cover Creator Credit
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  M-435 The Last Challenge!
·Ringo Kid starring

Notes: Ringo Kid is held in custody after stopping a bank robbery and shooting the robbers. He is put together in a cell with Johnny Tumbleweed, another outlaw who left his bad ways behind him. With the help of Ringo Kid's unnamed Indian friend they escape and manage to catch the unscrupulous bankmanager who stole Johnny's money years ago, forcing him to become a criminal. - Ger A.
5 pg art Joe Maneely pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  K-417 The Right of Way 2 pg text Reed Crandall pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  M-466 The Ghost of Sam Magee!
·Ringo Kid starring

Notes: A runaway stagecoach that seems to be driven by the "ghost" of Sam Magee. Loaded with gold, it is followed by a couple of outlaws - which is just what the `ghost' wanted. - Ger A.
5 pg art Joe Maneely pencils and inks signed

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  M-518 Make Every Bullet Count!
·Ringo Kid starring

Notes: Ringo Kid's old friend Buzz Drury is having a lot of trouble with the farm he inherited from his father. Seems there is a half-brother who says he has a right to the property as well. But Ringo Kid recognizes the name as someone who was shot in Zaragosa about three years ago. Together they have to fight a gang to get the farm back. - Ger A.
4 pg art Joe Maneely pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  M-455 The Streets of Larrame!

Notes: Another one of Stan Lee's authentic sounding town names. Ben Gordon has come to Larrame to avenge the death of his brother Josh, who was shot by the sheriff. An old man tells him how things really happened. His brother Josh had murdered the old man's son first - who was also the sheriff's brother Steve. Ben Gordon leave the town without anymore hate in his heart. And the old man reveals to the sheriff that it had all been a white lie - and Steve's shoulder should be just about healed up. But wait - why did the sheriff kill Josh Gordon? - Ger A.
4 pg art Joe Certa pencils unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  M-467 The Pirates of the Plains!
·Ringo Kid starring

Notes: Ringo Kid, his father Cory Rand and his Indian friend Dull Knife (probably not known for his intellectual powers) ride into the town of Stampede to catch a gang of wild west `pirates', who stole furs and more from the Pawnee Indians. They try to escape by setting the prairie on fire. But the Great Spirit won't let them get away with it. - Ger A.
5 pg art Joe Maneely pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit