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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Murphy Anderson Sundays (58-59)

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Murphy Anderson Sundays (1958-1959)
96 pages, hardcover
13.5" x 10", portrait

Murphy Anderson was one of the seminal comic book storytellers who defined the Silver Age. In addition to his work on the Buck Rogers daily strip, he wrote and drew the Sunday version of the feature from 1958 to 1959 creating three continuities: “Search for Impervium”; “Supemova Threat”; and “California Earthquake Plot.” These Sundays have never been reprinted anywhere, and now, for the first time, are collected together in their entirety. The strip, which was created in tabloid form, will be reproduced in its full size, in full color, reconstructed to perfection.

Anderson has long credited the strip as a major influence on his art and his runs on the feature have long been sought by collectors but never comprehensively collected together. This extra large volume collects Anderson’s complete work on the Sundays and is supplemented by essays, original artwork, and tons of extras that makes this book the ultimate archival collection of Anderson’s work on science-fiction’s most important comic strip.

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