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Oct 18, 2016
| ISBN 9781631406973
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Oct 18, 2016 | ISBN 9781631406973
These never-before-collected strips represent an essential transition point that would forever change the direction of adventure comics. Lyman Young’s Tim Tyler’s Luck was a successful series set in exotic locales before Alex Raymond signed on as Young’s assistant. It’s in these 1932-1933 strips, as Raymond assumed greater and greater responsibility for the drawing, that he developed the prototypes for Flash Gordon, Dale Arden, and Jungle Jim, and the style for which he became famous a year later. LOAC Essentials reprints, in yearly volumes, the daily newspaper strips that are essential to comics history, seminal strips that are unique creations in their own right, while also significantly contributing to the advancement of the medium. The strips are reproduced one per page, giving readers an immersive experience, similar to the one newspapers readers had many decades ago—reading the comics one day at a time.
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