Tarzan Vol. 2: 1969-1971
Edited & Designed by Dean Mullaney. Introduction by Henry Franke
This second volume of a
four-book series collecting the entire run of the Tarzan
newspaper strip by Russ Manning presents five complete daily
storylines and five complete Sundays adventures. In the dailies
from October 29, 1969 through March 31, 1971, Tarzan meets the
Stone Pharaoh while his son, Korak, encounters the Gryf
Worshippers. In the Sundays from May 18, 1969 through January 17,
1971, Tarzan embarks on a safari to Opar and we learn the backstory
on how he met his wife and life partner Jane. The more than 600
daily and Sunday strips are reproduced from the Edgar Rice
Burroughs file copies.
Oversized 11" x 8.5"
hardcover-with-dustjacket, 288 pp, $49.99.
Li'l Abner Vol. 6: 1945-1946
Edited by Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell.
The complete comics from 1945 and 1946. Beware, readers, beware! Amidst such buxom beauties as Daisy Mae, Wolf Gal, and Moonbeam McSwine, nothing can prepare Abner—or you!—for (*choke*) Lena the Hyena, the woman so hideous, so frightening, that men literally leave their country to avoid her face. When Fearless Fosdick cartoonist Lester Gooch plans to bring Lena from Lower Slobbovia to America, it sets off a fantastic chain of events that ropes in Boris Karloff, Frank Sinatra, and Salvador Dali!
Meanwhile, super-jinx Joe Btfsplk
returns—but the way trouble follows Li’l Abner around,
it’s as if Joe never left! When Dogpatch’s most
eligible (and reluctant!) bachelor falls for the man-crazy
Prudence, Daisy Mae enlists top radio stars such as Sinatra and
Kate Smith to sing “Li’l Abner, Don’t Marry That
Girl!” Abner then has a close shave with diva Barbara
Seville, chews the fat with Wolf Gal, turns Sadie Hawkins Day into
a pipe dream for fans of Moonbeam McSwine, and then rustles up six
thousand ham sangwidges to save Dogpatch from the terrible turnip
Oversized 9.25" x 12.5" hardcover-with-dustjacket, 272 pp., $49.99
Miss Fury : Sensational Sundays 1941—1944
Edited and with an Introduction by Trina Robbins
Designed by Lorraine Turner
Reprinting every Miss Fury Sunday page
from the beginning in April 1941 through April 1944 (where our
companion volume picks up), we learn the origins of Miss Fury and
her skin-tight panther costume—complete with its sharp claws
on her hands and her feet! By day, she was socialite Marla
Drake—by night, the costumed adventuress Miss Fury. These
early exploits introduce all of the memorable characters who
remained in the strip for the rest of the decade: the one-armed
General Bruno, the Baroness Erica Von Kampf (with a swastika
branded on her forehead), Albino Jo, and the all-American Gary Hale
and Detective Carey, who each vies for Marla's affections. The
stories range from downright kinky to all-out action against Nazis
spies, cuthroats, and thieves.
Oversized 9.25" x 12" hardcover with dustjacket. 164 pp, $49.99.
Star Trek The Newspaper Strip, Vol. 2: 1981-1983
by Sharman DiVono, Ron
Harris, Martin Pasko, et al.
Edited & Designed by Dean Mullaney.
Introduction by Rich Handley.
Collecting the second half of the rare daily and Sunday newspaper strip. Ten complete missions from October 26, 1981 through December 3, 1983. Stories by Sharman DiVono, Larry Niven, Martin Pasko, and Gerry Conway; art by Ron Harris, Padraic Shigetani, Bob Myers, Ernie Colón, Dick Kulpa, and Alfredo Alcala.
8.5" x 11
hardcover-with-dustjacket, 272 pp, $49.99.
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