OK, I'm starting to look like a 8 year old cheering for Red Rider!
I must have forgotten to save my comment last night. Yep, I remember these comics. I had a collection of Rawhide Kid, Kid Colt Outlaw, and Two Gun Kid, along with a couple of others. One of which was Sgt. Rock. At one time, I had like 50 consecutive issues of Rawhide, and a bunch of Kid Colt. It seems to me that Stan Lee was involved with writing or illustrating them.
no,i dont think so.i saw you had posted a coment on this last nite while i was going through the recent activity.must have been a glitch in the system.
My brother Mike and I used to collect Basketball, Football and Baseball cards back in the 60's along with all the different comic's. Our dad had given his collection to us before our parents divorced and we had added to that over the years.
In 1972 we moved back to Florida and our stepfather was a real prick who hated anything to do with our Father. Including us actually, but that is something else, anyway, while packing we made sure to put our four boxes of comics along with all the boxes of players cards over in the keep pile of things.
That asshole left them sitting against the wall without saying anything until we discovered them missing when it was time to unpack.
To this day I am dumb founded what one prick with an attitude can do...
isd.sounds like your step family was a bunch of duech bags.between the kid cuting down your rifle and the cards/comics its a wonder you didnt beat them half of all the way to death.not joking,ida came unglued.
Suffice it to say I won't notice when he is dead...