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By Milton Caniff. “Who am I?” “Where am I?” Steve is left with some thorny questions after posing as the leader of a Nazi resurgence organization and teaming with Minerva Kaol in an attempt to flush out this hate-mongering group. If that wasn’t headache enough, guess who’s back from his stay in a Mongolian prison? Doagie Hogan! Milton Caniff offers his unique perspective of the war-torn world of 1967 and ’68. Library of American Comics, 2021. Condition: Bumped corners.

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“Who am I?” “Where am I?” Steve is left with some thorny questions after posing as the leader of a Nazi resurgence organization and teaming with Minerva Kaol in an attempt to flush out this hate-mongering group. If that wasn’t headache enough, guess who’s back from his stay in a Mongolian prison? Doagie Hogan!

Stateside, Poteet finds a new friend in young aviatrix Bitsy Beekman. Together they tackle drug smuggling, explore upcoming Olympic games, and deal with the scourge of society — hippies! Milton Caniff offers his unique perspective of the war-torn world of 1967 and ’68.

The Greatest Generation’s cartoonist-in-chief, Milton Caniff, continues to appeal to two disparate groups — comics aficionados as well as active military and veterans. The Air Force created an official record for Steve Canyon, the only time a fictional character was so honored.

“…sharply reproduced from syndicate proofs, brilliantly shows off the hallmarks — cinematic storytelling, dramatic illustration, exotic locales, appeal characters, and snappy dialogue — that made Caniff one of comics’ most highly regarded and influential artists.” -Gordon Flagg, Booklist

Condition: Bumped corners.

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