Comics and Cartoon Books
Complete Dick Tracy Vol.1
Volume 1 of the first high-quality, hardback collection of Chester Gould’s classic detective series. Lots of extras about Gould and Tracy.
Terry and the Pirates Vol. 3
April Kane has come to China and Terry Lee’s life will never be the same! Milton Caniff’s newspaper classic shifts into high gear with stories featuring the villainous Sanjak, the outrageous Singh-Singh, and the mysterious Hu Shee. This volume features the first appearance of pivotal character Raven Sherman.
Terry and the Pirates Vol. 2
The saga continues. In his intro, Pete Hamill says, “In this sequence of daily strips and Sunday pages, we see Milton Caniff emerging as one of the most gifted writers of narrative in the American 20th Century.” More than 700 comic strips from January 1, 1937 to December 31, 1938. Sundays in color.
Terry and the Pirates Vol. 1
Introduces young Terry Lee, his adult pal Pat Ryan, their sidekick Connie, as well as an array of unforgettable brigands and two of the toughest women ever to sail on the China Seas: the alluring Burma and the inimitable Dragon Lady. Kicks off Milton Caniff’s incredible defining series of adventure comic strips.
Complete Dick Tracy Vol. 5
War looms for the world but crime doesn’t stop in The City by the Lake. Follow Tracy as he continues to bust the evil-doers and starts to innovate in forensic technology. AVAILABLE AUGUST 25, 2008—PRE-ORDER ON AMAZON TODAY.
Complete Dick Tracy Vol. 4
Tracy enters the golden period in the late ‘30’s as Gould’s style continues to develop and the strip becomes a defining point in the creation of the detective noir genre. AVAILABLE MARCH 25, 2008—PRE-ORDER ON AMAZON TODAY.
Complete Dick Tracy Vol. 3
Volume 3 of the complete Chester Gould Dick Tracy continues the story of the comic world’s top cop. Introduces villains Boris and Zora Arson, “Cutie” Diamond and “Bookie” Joe.
Complete Dick Tracy Vol. 2
Volume 2 of the first high-quality, hardback collection of Chester Gould’s classic detective series continues the evolution of Dick Tracy from an unemployed skindiver during the Great Depression to a law and order icon. Lots of extras about Gould and Tracy.
The hundreds of political cartoons collected in this book do more than simply poke fun. They chronologically document George W. Bush’s presidency in all its glory. Forward by Garrison Keillor.
Terry and the Pirates Vol. 4
America’s premiere adventure comic strip thunders to its pre-war crescendo in an October, 1941 storyline so powerful creator Milton Caniff was forced to take to the radio airwaves to explain why he chose to shock the nation with the death of a major character.