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Appearing in "Red Hawk's Revenge"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Deadly Deed"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Deadly Deed"Edit

Western story.

Appearing in "Gray Wolf Strikes"Edit

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NotesEdit

In this issue, Red Hawk presents an origin of the Apache Kid that greatly differs the origin depicted in Two-Gun Western #5.

  • Also in telling White Feather the origins of the Apache Kid, Red Hawk appears to be revealing Apache Kid's double identity to her. However, in subsequent issues she appears ignorant to the fact that Apache Kid and Aloysius Kare are the same man. One can assume that although there is an origin story presented here (likely as a convenience to new readers) Red Hawk probably did not reveal Apache Kid's alter ego.
  • Red Hawk uses the term "fire water" to describe what the Wolf is selling him. This was an old term dating back to the 1820's. It is a literal translation of the Ojibwa phrase iškote-wa-po. "fire water" was a common term for Whiskey or other distilled liquors that were common place.[2]


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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/fire+water?s=t

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