John Ellis of the Milton Caniff Estate announced last month that Steve Canyon on DVD Volume 3
will be coming back from the factory this month. Fingers crossed that everything runs smooth. Ellis has gone above and beyond in his efforts to give fans the best, most comprehensive experience possible.
Steve Canyon Volume 4, 1953-54
hits the shelves on February 11th. This book series is edited and designed by Dean Mullaney with historical essays by Bruce Canwell. These were two jam-packed years for Steve, as he encounters Princess Snowflower, Miss Mizzou, Herself Muldoon and the future Mrs. Canyon.
Cartoonist Leonard Sansone is profiled in the latest issue of Alter Ego
. Sansone was a contemporary of Milton Caniff during WWII. Both had popular strips published by Camp Newspaper Services. Caniff had "Male Call," starring Miss Lace, an affable pin-up come to life. Sansone had "The Wolf," a leering lycanthrope-headed G.I. on the make. The article features an interview with Sansone's widow, providing insight into "The Wolf" and Sansone's other work. There are remembrances of Caniff and a page of specialty crossover art with the two characters appearing together (see above).
The lastet issue of Comics Revue (October 2013) reprints the "Steve Canyon" daily and Sunday strips from October 29th through November 25th, 1972. This issue concludes an Oley Olson football story. Will Oley be strongarmed by gambling interests to throw the big game between Maumee and Scioto State? Ask your comics retailer to order you a copy!
Pappy's Golden Age of Comics
is a blog that posts complete stories from vintage comics. Recently Pappy turned his eye to the Terry series published by Harvey Comics. Terry and the Pirates Comics
debuted in 1947, reprinting Milton Caniff stories from the 1930s. Pappy has scanned the first four issues.
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