Tag Archives: Milton Caniff

Steve Canyon Turns 75!

Wishing to create a property that would be under his full control, Milton Caniff wrapped up his time on Terry and the Pirates and moved over to Field Enterprises where he developed a brand new, creator-owned comic strip, Steve Canyon! The first daily hit newspapers on January 13, 1947, which makes Steve Canyon 75 years […]

Terry and the Pirates: The Master Collection

VOLUME ONE OF A BRAND NEW EDITION OF MILTON CANIFF’S TERRY AND THE PIRATES COMING MARCH 2022! The Library of American Comics and Clover Press are proud to publish Terry and the Pirates: The Master Collection – A brand new way to experience the greatest comic strip of all time! Reproduced from Milton Caniff’s personal […]

Found Inside The Iron Gate (First in a Series)

The Air Force Association (AFA) was founded in 1945 when the head of the Army Air Forces, General Hap Arnold, campaigned for the creation of a veterans group that would support establishing the Air Force as a separate branch of the military. Chapters of the AFA blossomed in major cities coast to coast, and when […]

A Betty White Christmas (with Flip Corkin as Rudolph!)

As we pause for a bit here at The Library of American Comics — to celebrate the holidays, see out the old year, and prepare to mark our 200th release — we wanted to take something of a trip back to The Way It All Began (kudos to you if you pinpointed the source of […]