Rip Kirby Vol. 7: 1962-1964
Written by Fred Dickenson and Illustrated by John Prentice
In this seventh volume, Al Williamson takes on a larger role as John Prentice’s assistant, and Prentice fully hits his stride. Fred Dickenson continues to write Rip Kirby’s adventures. Rip Kirby, the suave gentleman detective is the right man for his times as then-current 1960s culture reflects a new fascination with sophisticated stories featuring James Bond and other agents, both secret and otherwise. The strips are reproduced from the original King Features Syndicate proofs, insuring that every daily will look even better than when they were first published in newspapers over fifty years ago. Containing nine complete stories in more than 800 sequential comics from February 12, 1962 to October 10, 1964.
Edited and Designed by Dean Mullaney / Introduction by Brian Walker / 11″ x 10″ / hardcover / B&W / 296 pp / ISBN 978-1-63140-034-6