The Ringo Kid is a fictional Western hero in the Marvel Comics' universe, whose comic book series was originally released by the company's 1950s predecessor, Atlas Comics. A lesser-known character than the company's Kid Colt, Rawhide Kid, or Two-Gun Kid, he also appeared in a reprint series in the 1970s.
The character is unrelated to the actor John Wayne's "Ringo Kid" in the Western film Stagecoach.
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... The Ringo Kid, dressed all in black, is a heroic gunslinger of the 19th-century American Old West with a Caucasian father, Cory Rand, and a Native American mother, Dawn Star, variously referred to as a ... of some law-enforcement function As many covers note breathlessly, "Ringo!" is "The name that makes killers tremble!" ...
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