X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan Volume 6: 1980-1982

    by George Evans

    Edited by Dean Mullaney, Introduction by Mark Squirek, and an appreciation by George Pratt

    The best-selling series continues! Famed EC artist George Evans had periodically ghosted for Al Williamson on Secret Agent Corrigan and in 1980 Williamson and writer Archie Goodwin passed the strip to Evans permanently. Evans wrote and drew the strip for sixteen years until he and Phil Corrigan retired together in 1996. Evans had a long and illustrious career, from Fiction House and Fawcett to EC, where he worked along his friends Frank Frazetta and Al Williamson. This volume reprints the first Secret Agent Corrigan strips by Evans—more than 750 rarely-seen dailies from February 1980 to August 1982! It’s a must-have for all fans of adventure strips!

    Oversized 11" x 10" hardcover-with-dustjacket, 280 pp.,
    $49.99. ISBN: 978-1-63140-419-1

    Alex Toth Alex Toth : Bravo for Adventure

    Alex Toth’s magnum opus, collected in book form for the first time ever! This deluxe hardcover edition contains all three of The Genius’s stories starring Jesse Bravo, knock-about pilot and reluctant swashbuckler, including the original graphic novel that’s been out of print for 30 years. Also included are never-before-seen pencil roughs, preliminary drawings, and story fragments, as well as Toth’s own coloring samples for an edition that never saw print, and — freed from storage after 40 years — some of the coloring for what was intended to be Bravo’s original 1975 first printing in France! It’s not just a comics collection, it’s a capital “E” Event — the ultimate Bravo for Adventure, published by special arrangement with the Toth family!

    Oversized 9.5" x 13" hardcover, 100 pp., $34.99.
    ISBN: 978-1-63140-350-7

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    Amazing Spider-Man —Newspaper Comics Volume 1: 1977-1978

    by Stan Lee and John Romita
    Edited and with an introduction by Bruce Canwell

    The first book in our classic Spider-Man newspaper strip series collects every daily and Sunday from the beginning in January 1977 through the end of 1978. Every Sunday includes the rarely-seen top-tier logos, exactly as they appeared in newspapers.

    Oversized 11" x 8.5” full-color hardcover-with-dustjacket, 304 pp, $49.99.

    LOAC Essentials Vol. 7: Tarzan 1929

    by Edgar Rice Burroughs, illustrated by Hal Foster and Rex Maxon
    Edited by Dean Mullaney. Introduction by Henry G. Franke III

    Three amazing firsts hit the newspaper strip pages in January 1929: the introduction of Buck Rogers as a Sunday, the debut of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan as a daily strip, and the first newspaper strip art by Hal Foster. It was Foster who illustrated all sixty episodes of ERB's seminal Tarzan of the Apes. And now LOAC Essentials brings you all of Foster's first comics work, reproduced from ERB's syndicate proofs. In addition, this book includes The Return of Tarzan, Beasts of Tarzan, and Son of Tarzan, each drawn by Rex Maxon. All together the first 300 daily Tarzan comics ever produced, all together in a single, affordable package!

    Oblong 11.5” x 4.25” hardcover, 344 pp, $24.99.