Appearing in "The Danger Trail!"Edit

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    Appearing in "The Tough Hombre!"Edit


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Synopsis for "The Tough Hombre!"Edit

Western tale.

Appearing in "Arrows West!"Edit

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  • Xaxe Tribe

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    Appearing in "The Golden Kid!"Edit


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Western tale.

Appearing in "Code of the Apache!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Code of the Apache!"Edit

In a local saloon, a stranger from out of town suddenly begins suggesting that they wipe out the local Apaches, considering them all savages. However, none of the people in the saloon take his side and the man storms out. Among the people in the saloon is Aloysius Kare who decides to find out what the man is up to. Riding after him, Kare tries to question him, but is knocked out for his trouble.

Nightwind carries Kare back to the Apache village where Red Hawk sweeps him off to his tent and nurses him back to health. Revived and having changed into the Apache Kid, learns that there are no troubles among the Native Americans to incite and attack. He rushes off to town to deal with the rabblerouser before he causes any trouble. He leaves before White Swan can see him, and so she follows after him.

Back in town, Apache Kid watches through the skylight at the saloon and overhears the stranger telling the men that they need to take up arms against the Apaches. He tells them that he represents the Black Diamond Arms Company and that he can set them up with weapons in under 3 days. However, the locals are not swayed that the Apaches are a threat until the stranger spots Apache Kid in the skylight and shoots at him. Apache Kid falls through the glass and accused of being a spy and is taken prisoner.

Before things can get any worse, White Swan enters into the saloon and swears that the Apaches are not a threat. To prove how serious she is, she threatens to plug a dagger into her own heart to prove how serious she is. Realizing that the Apaches are not lying, the locals turn against the man trying to set them against the Natives. The man tries to escape, but the Apache Kid beats him to a pulp. The stranger surrenders and admits that he wasn't an arms dealer, he was really looking to swindle people out of their money and skip town. With the stranger turned over to the authorities, Apache Kid and White Swan return home.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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