Six white horses laid a president to rest as a nation wept, but Milton Caniff knew that a man—and a nation—must carry on. In these stories from 1963-64, the globetrotting Steve Canyon foils diabolical enemy plots in half a dozen countries.
Steve goes undercover in Turkey, tries not to get clawed by his old “friend” Cheetah during an encounter in western Mexico, and tackles a communist plot in Africa. Things are no quieter on the home front, as Copper Calhoon and Summer Olsen have it out, while cousin Poteet helps uncover a foreign agent planted at the 1964 World’s Fair. It’s action, humor, and mystery in the distinctive Caniff style in these never-before-reprinted daily and full-color Sunday comics.
• “This collection, sharply reproduced from syndicate proofs, brilliantly shows off the hallmarks—cinematic storytelling, dramatic illustration, exotic locales, appealing characters, and snappy dialogue—that made Caniff one of comics’ most highly regarded and influential artists.”—Gordon Flagg, Booklist
Steve Canyon, Vol. 9: 1963-1964
Milton Caniff (w & a & c)
HC • PC • $49.99 • 336 pages • 11″ x 8-1/2″ • ISBN: 978-1-68405-378-0