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Prince Valiant Vol 23 1981 1982

Prince Valiant Vol. 23: 1981-1982

In this volume, there’s death, birth, curses, quests, plots, magic, and war. Prince Valiant journeys to the bowels of the Earth on a quest for humanity involving a curse on the Kingdom, monstrous imps, and a mystical casket. Mordred leads…

A cockeyed Menagerie The Drawings of T.S. Sullivant

A Cockeyed Menagerie: The Drawings of T.S. Sullivant

Welcome to the cockeyed menagerie of Thomas Starling Sullivant. From the 1880s to the Roaring Twenties, Sullivant conjured up a whimsical world in pen and ink — riotous gag cartoons featuring anthropomorphic animals of all stripes; perennial American “types” like…

Prince Valiant Vol 22 1979 1980 cover

Prince Valiant Vol. 22: 1979-1980

Val, deprived of his Singing Sword, is enslaved in the Berber salt mines. A deathwatch has begun for the bedridden King Arthur, and the monarch’s half-brother Mordred plots to usurp the throne. Aleta investigates a murder in Cornwall. This volume…

Buz Sawyer Vol 4 Zazarofs Revenger cover

Buz Sawyer (Vol. 4): Zazarof’s Revenge

Frontier Oil, believing that the mysterious Mr. Zazarof is behind the sabotage of their oil wells, sends Buz Sawyer, their top troubleshooter, to Switzerland to investigate. Zazarof, it turns out, is all smiles and he invites Buz to go mountain…

Buz Sawyer Vol 3 Typhoons and Honeymoons cover

Buz Sawyer (Vol. 3): Typhoons and Honeymoons

Buz Sawyer, adventurer, bon vivant, and former bachelor, can’t let a little thing like romance and marriage slow him down. Buz knows that Christy is the only woman for him — brave, beautiful, and able to handle herself when the…

Buz Sawyer (Vol. 2): Sultry’s Tiger

World War II has ended, and with so many pilots mustered out at the end of the war, jobs for pilots are hard to find, and Buz’s record as a “hot-shot” pilot does not recommend him to commercial airlines. While…

Buz Sawyer (Vol. 1): The War in the Pacific

Roy Crane created the adventure comic strip with Wash Tubbs, and many a superhero owes a debt to Crane’s square-jawed, hard-hitting adventurer Captain Easy. But during World War II, he left the Captain Easy strip to create a more realistic…

The George Herriman Library: Krazy & Ignatz 1916-1918

For nearly 30 years, George Herriman’s hilarious, poetic masterpiece Krazy Kat graced the Sunday pages of America’s newspapers. Featuring the love triangle of “kat,” “mice,” and “pupp,” each of Herriman’s pages is a work of transcendent art, crackling with verbal wit and…