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For Better or For Worse, Vol. 6: 1996-1999 – NOW AVAILABLE

Our latest volume of For Better or For Worse: The Complete Library is now available for purchase in book stores and comic shops and online retailers around the world! Head to your favorite store and place your order today! For Better or For Worse, Vol. 6: 1996-1999 closes off the second decade of Lynn Johnston’s […]

Update on Terry and the Pirates: The Master Collection

Without a doubt, you have heard about the many supply chain issues that are the cause of many delays and shortages in every type of production at the moment. When we sent Terry and the Pirates: The Master Collection, Vol. 1 and Vol. 13 to the printer, we kept our fingers crossed that we wouldn’t […]

LOAC and IDW Bring Back Alex Toth with New Editions!

This September, we will be seeing the return of two of our most popular books! And the best part is that both books feature the stunning art and style of Alex Toth! Toth’s masterpiece, Bravo for Adventure, gets a new edition in IDW’s Artist Edition imprint! If you missed this incredible large-scale book the first […]

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 […]


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDecember 7, 2021 The Library of American Comics On the Move! The Library of American Comics founder and Creative Director Dean Mullaney announced that beginning in 2022 the primary home for LOAC and its sister imprint EuroComics will be Clover Press, co-founded by former IDW chief Ted Adams and EVP Robbie Robbins. Mullaney […]

Chet’s “Little Bird” Returns to Her Nest

Jean Gould O’Connell, only child of Dick Tracy creator Chester Gould, passed away peacefully at her home in Geneva, Illinois on the evening of August 22, 2021. She was ninety-four. Jean was instrumental in expanding her father’s legacy and introducing new generations to his iconic newsprint detective. Longtime fans of Chester Gould’s enduring comic strip […]