Polly and Her Pals Vol. 2: 1928-1930

    by Cliff Sterrett
    Edited by Dean Mullaney, Designed by Lorraine Turner and Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Jeet Heer.

    This spectacular second book in the series reprints all of Sterrett’s Sunday pages from the height of his Surrealistic Period in a large 12” x 16” Champagne Edition format so they can be fully appreciated. The book also contains Sterrett’s topper strips “Dot and Dash” and “Sweethearts and Wives.” The majority of the Sundays have never before been reprinted.

    Oversized 12" x 16" Champagne edition full color hardcover, 176 pp.,
    $75.00. ISBN: 978-1-63140-244-9.

    Polly and Her Pals Vol. 12: 1945-1947

    It's Only a Paper Moon
    by Harold Gray

    Edited & Designed by Dean Mullaney, Essay by Jeet Heer

    It’s hard to keep a good man down and Oliver Warbucks is no exception. With reports of his death greatly exaggerated, “Daddy” is back and this time, with World War II over, he has to fight off a cadre of international businessmen who want him to hand over the secret of the atomic bomb! Meanwhile, Annie discovers that lying dogs don’t always stay put when she has to stand trial for murder! And in a classic Harold Gray tale, the little redhead finds respite from danger on a seemingly bucolic farm run by a young woman and her grandfather—but all is not what it seems. Volume Twelve of The Complete Little Orphan Annie reprints all daily and Sunday strips from April 15, 1945 to January 11, 1947.

    Oversized 11" x 8.5" full color hardcover-with-dustjacket, 296 pp.,

    ISBN 978-1-63140-461-0, $49.99.

    Steve Canyon Vol 6: 1957-1958

    by Milton Caniff
    Edited & Designed by Dean Mullaney, Essay by Bruce Canwell.

    From April 1958-on, these strips were never reprinted in the Kitchen Sink editions. Things take a decidedly domestic turn in our sixth volume. Can Summer and Steve rekindle their love amidst the action of…high school basketball? Can Poteet find happiness on the polo field? Since this is Steve Canyon, not all the action takes place at home, and old friends unexpectedly pop up in new places. Miss Mizzou feels overdressed on Finger Island—Colonel Sam Index reappears at Higgs Air Base—Princess Snowflower comes to America as a pawn in Doagie Hogan’s plan to attack Communist China—and Savannah Gay teams up with none other than Bob Hope in a special Christmas story. Everyone’s favorite Light Colonel dodges death and femme fatales alike in volume six of The Complete Steve Canyon!

    Oversized 11” x 8.5” full-color hardcover-with-dustjacket, 336 pp, $49.99.