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  1. The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy, Vol. 8

    The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy, Vol. 8

    $39.99

    Chester Gould hits his stride, as he introduces four of his most grotesque villains: Pruneface, Laffy, Mrs. Pruneface, and Flattop! All while Dick Tracy is subjected to one of the most inventive and bizarre death traps in comics history. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, Eisner Award-winner for TERRY AND THE PIRATES, and containing all daily and Sunday comic strips from September, 1942 through March, 1944. Learn More
  2. Steve Canyon Volume 1: 1947-1948

    $49.99

    Steve Canyon like you've never seen it before—reproduced directly from Milton Caniff's personal set of syndicate proofs! For the first time: the definitive edition of the Steve Canyon newspaper strip by Milton Caniff featuring every Sunday in color and the daily strips in their original, uncropped versions. Caniff quit Terry and the Pirates in 1946 to begin Steve Canyon and it became his biggest-selling work. Forever known as the Rembrandt of the Comic Strip, Caniff is at the absolute peak of his artistic prowess in these strips. Your passport is stamped for Adventure, Intrigue, and Danger on your expedition to exotic locales with your pilot, the one and only Steve Canyon! The Caniff women are also on display, as Steve Canyon Volume 1 features steely yet sexy “Copper” Calhoun; the beautiful schemer, Delta; that modern-day Mata Hari, Madame Lynx; Dr. Deen Wilderness, who is as capable as she is lovely; plus Captain Shark, Convoy, and the footloose Fancy. Edited and designed by Dean Mullaney, with historical essays by Bruce Canwell, Steve Canyon is presented in a matching hardcover set to the Library of American Comics's Eisner Award-winning Terry and the Pirates. Everyone who enjoyed Terry won't want to miss this sequel in which the horizons are truly unlimited! Learn More
  3. L’il Abner, Vol. 1

    L’il Abner, Vol. 1

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    Volume 1 of The Complete L’il Abner contains Al Capp’s comedy masterpiece from 1934-1936, including full-color Sunday pages never before collected in book form. Li’l Abner moves to New York to live with his rich aunt and has to dodge both kidnappers and grasping socialites! Then it’s a classic case of mistaken identity when Li’l Abner’s evil twin, the ruthless criminal Gat Garson, comes to town… Learn More
  4. Chuck Jones: The Dream that Never Was HC

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    We all harbor a secret wish that we could find a previously unseen project by one of the greatest figures in animation history. Well, wish no more—celebrating the 2012 centennial of Chuck Jones's birth, IDW's Library of American Comics unveils Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was. The Academy Award-winning director of "Duck Amuck," "What's Opera, Doc," "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" and other timeless classics, created dozens of cartoon characters throughout his decades-long career: Pepé Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote…And Crawford, an accident prone, nine-year-old boy whose daily routine includes surviving his own boyhood. Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was follows the twenty-seven year journey it took Jones to bring "Crawford" to the public, from conception to storyboard to newspaper strip. This incredible volume is loaded with never before seen sketches, drawings, storyboards and production notes, and the six-month run of the Crawford newspaper comic strip from 1978. Accompanying the artwork is a biography of Chuck Jones’s career in the sixties and seventies and how it influenced the creation of Chuck’s only foray into the world of comic strips. Produced with the full cooperation of the Chuck Jones family, the book was conceived by Kurtis Finday, who says, “My first surprise when I started researching the Crawford comic strip was how little people knew about it. My second surprise was the treasure trove of Chuck Jones art we would find. Crawford just kept popping up in places I didn’t expect, making the history of this little-known character incredibly rich.” The book is edited by Findlay and Dean Mullaney, and designed by Lorraine Turner. Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was is a dream come true in that almost all the art is being reproduced from Chuck Jones's originals! It is a treasure trove of previously unknown artwork that is a must for all fans of animation and comics. Learn More
  5. The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy, Vol. 9

    The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy, Vol. 9

    $39.99

    Chester Gould's fertile imagination continues at a breakneck pace, as he introduces The Brow, Flattop, Shaky, Breathless Mahoney, Measles, Gravel Gertie, B.O. Plenty, and the Summer Sisters! With an introduction by Max Allan Collins, and a special feature by Jeff Kersten of the Dick Tracy Museum about the famous radio program, "Dick Tracy in B-Flat," starring Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, and Bob Hope! Edited and designed by Eisner Award-winner Dean Mullaney, and containing all daily and Sunday comic strips from March 23, 1944 through September 19, 1945. Learn More
  6. The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy, Vol. 12

    $39.99

    Chief Brandon steps down, and wait ’til you see who’s the new Chief! Then, Sam Catchem joins the force, Sparkle Plenty charms everyone, and two major characters tie the knot! And the villains? Well, Chester Gould continues to invent one grotesque, evil bad guy after another, as Wormy, Pearshape, Big Frost, Sleet, Talcum Freely, Sketch Paree, and Mousey make life miserable for Tracy and company. Plus, the first-ever color reprinting of "The Black Bag Mystery" which only appeared in a single newspaper in 1949! Learn More
  7. The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 4

    The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 4

    $39.99

    Now with all the Sunday pages in full color! "A House Divided (or Does Fate Trick Trixie?)" finds "Daddy" Warbucks taking a new wife, Annie in the clutches of the Sisters of Suppression, and the spunkiest kid in America destined for adventures in Cosmic City. Containing every daily and Sunday strip from January 1932 through July 1933, printed directly from Harold Gray’s original artwork. Edited and designed by Eisner-Award winner Dean Mullaney. Learn More
  8. The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 7

    The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 7

    $49.99

    Introducing two of the strip's most incredible characters: The Asp—who has sometimes been likened to the Grim Reaper, and Mr. Am—who has been said might be a representation of the Almighty. Harold Gray is at the top of his game as he also introduces the mysterious Shanghai Peg and the frightening villain Boris Sirob, who actually kills both “Daddy” Warbucks and The Asp. “Daddy” dead? Wait until you read this one! Includes all dailies and color Sundays from October 1, 1936 through June 8, 1938. Learn More
  9. The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 2

    The Complete Little Orphan Annie, Vol. 2

    $39.99

    In Volume Two, “The Darkest Hour is Just Before Dawn,” America’s spunkiest kid stands for fair play as she gives the scoundrels and rats their just desserts! Little Orphan Annie—the original female comics hero—takes on chiseling business men and a gang of thieves, armed only with her sharp wit and a good left hook. Then she helps her surrogate parents by nursing “Daddy” Warbucks to health and helping save the Silos’ family farm. And only that little chatter-box could become a cross between Robinson Crusoe and Dr. Doolittle when she and Sandy are shipwrecked on a deserted island. Enjoy all the unique adventure and earnest charm of Volume Two in The Library of American Comics presentation of Little Orphan Annie, containing nearly 1,000 comic strips from October 1927 to November 1930. Learn More
  10. Li’l Abner, Vol. 3

    Li’l Abner, Vol. 3

    $49.99

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    IDW's The Library of American Comics invites you to (g-gulp!), (chuckle), (sigh!!), and (*moan*) like a real Dogpatcher at all the fun and excitement in Volume 3 of The Complete Li’l Abner! Enjoy breakneck comedy in these daily and full-color comic strips from 1939 and 1940, as Al Capp spoofs the movies Topper and The Grapes of Wrath—sends Lonesome Polecat and Hairless Joe to New York, armed with a fresh batch of Kickapoo Joy Juice—gets Adam Lazonga, the world’s greatest lover, to give lessons in how to woo a gal “Dogpatch-style”— and stages a battle for the ages as Mammy Yokum throws down against mean ol’ Mother Ratfield! Eisner-winning editor and designer Dean Mullaney and writer Bruce Canwell continue to examine this slice of pure Americana. Learn More

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