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The complete Little Orphan Annie

Author: Harold Gray; Jeet Heer
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : IDW Publishing, 2008-
Series: Library of American comics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Introducing two of the strip's most incredible characters: The Asp - who has sometimes been likened to the Grim Reaper - and Mr. Am - who has been said might be a representation of the Almighty. Harold Gray is at the top of his game as he also introduces the mysterious Shanghai Peg and the frightening villain Boris Sirob, who actually kills both "Daddy" Warbucks and The Asp. "Daddy" dead? Wait until you read this  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comic books, strips, etc
Comic books
Comics (Graphic works)
Bandes dessinées
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Gray, Harold, 1894-1968.
Complete Little Orphan Annie.
San Diego, Calif. : IDW Pub., 2008-
(OCoLC)741752754
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Gray; Jeet Heer
ISBN: 9781600101403 1600101402 9781600101977 1600101976 9781600104060 1600104061 9781600104459 1600104452 9781600105807 1600105807 9781600107924 1600107923 9781600109959 1600109950 9781613771990 1613771991 9781613775752 161377575X 9781613779514 1613779518 9781631402234 1631402234 9781631404610 163140461X 9781631407369 1631407368 9781631409776 1631409778 9781684053513 168405351X 9781684055586 168405558X
OCLC Number: 213447289
Notes: Biographical text by Jeet Heer.
Includes index.
Description: <volumes> : illustrations (some color) ; 23 x 29 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Will tomorrow ever come : daily comic strips 1924-1927 --
v. 2. The darkest hour is just before dawn : daily and Sunday comics 1927-1929 --
v. 3. And a blind man shall lead them : daily and Sunday comics 1929-1931 --
v. 4. A house divided, or, Will fate trick Trixie? : daily and color Sundays 1932-1933 v. 5. The one-way road to justice : daily and Sunday comics 1933-1935 --
v. 6. Punjab the wizard : daily and Sunday comics 1935-1936 --
v. 7. The omnipotent Mr. Am : daily and Sunday comics 1947-1938 --
v. 8. The last port of call : daily and Sunday comics 1938-1940 --
v. 9. Saints and Cynics : daily and Sunday comics 1940-1941 --
v. 10. The junior commandos : dailies and color Sundays 1941-1943 --
v. 11. Death be thy name : daily and Sunday comics 1943-1945 --
v. 12. It's only a paper moon : dailies and color Sundays 1945-1947 --
v. 13. Spies and counterspies : daily and Sunday comics 1947-1948 --
v. 14. Sunshine and shadow: daily and Sunday comics 1948-1950 --
v. 15. Open season fro trouble. 1950-1951 --
v. 16. Here today, gone tomorrow --
Series Title: Library of American comics.
Other Titles: Harold Gray's Little Orphan Annie
Little Orphan Annie
Responsibility: by Harold Gray.

Abstract:

Introducing two of the strip's most incredible characters: The Asp - who has sometimes been likened to the Grim Reaper - and Mr. Am - who has been said might be a representation of the Almighty. Harold Gray is at the top of his game as he also introduces the mysterious Shanghai Peg and the frightening villain Boris Sirob, who actually kills both "Daddy" Warbucks and The Asp. "Daddy" dead? Wait until you read this one! Includes all dailies and color Sundays from October 1, 1936 through June 8, 1938.

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