Two-Gun Kid 14

Title Published
March 1948 to April 1961
Issue Numbers
1 to 59
Number of Issues
59
Two-Gun Kid 14 Cover Image
Issue Information
Cover Date
June 1954
Indicia Frequency
bi-monthly
Indicia Publisher
Hercules Publishing Corp.
 
 
Cover Titles
Trapped!
 
 
Starring
Two-Gun Kid starring
 
 
Cover Credits
Harry Anderson pencils and inks unsigned
Contributions
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Cover Creator Credit
Stories
  Job
Number
Title Pages Credits
  E-103 -
·Two-Gun Kid starring

Notes: Peaceful Native Americans are driven into a murderous rampage by smoking pipes filled with opium by treacherous whites; the Kid tells the townspeople, "Those redskins were crazy with dope!"
6 pg art Bob Fujitani pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
  E-104 -
·Two-Gun Kid starring
6 pg art Bob Fujitani pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  8415 The Sheriff's Deputy 2 pg text
Contributors:
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  E-142 -
·Kid Colt starring
5 pg art Al Gordon pencils signed
Joe Kubert pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
Tom Lammers: Story Information
  E-94 -
·Two-Gun Kid starring

Notes: A public notice tells the citizens of Yuma that "the Congress of the United States ... meeting in special session has granted recognition of Arizona as a territory of the United States of America!" This apparently refers to the Arizona Organic Act, passed as H.R. 357 by the House of Representatives in Mar 1862, and by the Senate in Feb 1863, and signed into law by President Abraham Lincoln on 24 Feb 1863. Although the notice says that the act "will become official after ratification by the Arizona legislature," it actually became official with the president's signature.
6 pg art Bob Fujitani pencils and inks unsigned

Contributors:
Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr.: Creator Credit
Tom Lammers: Story Information