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Dan Dunn Secret Operative 48 (Hardcover) (Norman Marsh)

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Considered the first comic book with original material ever produced, 1933’s "Detective Dan, Secret Op. 48" was a landmark. It only lasted one issue before morphing into the Dan Dunn newspaper strip. A blatant copy of Chester Gould’s Dick Tracy (Norman Marsh had been an art assistant to Gould), Dan Dunn was a rough and tumble Secret Service agent who exacted violent retribution on any criminal who dared cross his path. This book reprints the entire first year of daily comics.LOAC Essentials reprints, one year at a time, the daily newspaper strips that are essential to comics history, in a format that preserves, as closely as possible, the original reader experience. By reproducing the strips one per page in an oblong format, it allows us to have the experience of reading the comics one day at a time. Each volume contains seminal strips that are unique creations in their right and also contributed to the advancement of the medium, along with panel-by-panel annotations.
Number of Pages: 342
Genre: Humor
Series Title: Library Of American Comics Essentials
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Random House Inc
Author: Norman Marsh
Language: English
Street Date: April 25, 2017
TCIN: 51839132
UPC: 9781631408557
Item Number (DPCI): 248-35-3503
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