Author Archive | Kurtis Findlay

Episode 014 with special guest Rich Handley

After a few months off, Bruce Canwell and Kurtis Findlay return to bring you the latest news on the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!

In this episode, Bruce and Kurtis discuss a bunch of new releases, including Dick Tracy, Vol. 25, Steve Canyon, Vol. 9, Donald Duck, Vol. 5, Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 5 and Superman: The Golden Age, Vol. 3! Plus, special guest Rich Handley talks about his love of Star Wars his contributions to the 3-volume Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Strip series!

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At Last! The Dick Tracy Series Has Gotten to the Good Stuff!

Long time fan Russ Pfister sent us an email after reading the latest book in our Dick Tracy series, Vol. 25: 1969-1970. Included in the email are pictures of a very special Dick Tracy book that Russ made himself when he was nine years old that contain these same stories! With his permission, here is what Russ wrote us, accompanied by his photos.

If you have your own home made comic strip book, we would love to see it! Send us some pictures and your story to kurtis@loacomics.com!

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Episode 013 with special guest Don McGregor

Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay are back for another episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!

In this special episode, Dean and Kurtis invite Don McGregor to talk about this favorite classic comic strips, including Terry and the Pirates, Steve Canyon and Dick Tracy!

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LOAC Road to 200 #1-5

By the end of 2019, The Library of American Comics will have 200 books under its belt! If you have been following us on social media, we have started a retrospective of all 200 of our books, starting with our premiere effort—Terry and the Pirates, Vol. 1.  Every day or so, we will post a new image online, but we will also be collecting them here in small installments.

I could think of no better strip to launch the Library of American Comics than Milton Caniff’s masterpiece. Terry is the most influential strip in the history of the medium and, needless to say, my personal favorite. And to win the Eisner Award for our first release — it doesn’t really get any better than that! —Dean

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