Terry and the pirates comic book
Terry and the Pirates Comics #12
A classic adventure comic strip, Milton Caniff's Terry and the Pirates. Caniff's masterful work on Terry garnered him the very first Cartoonist of the Year award in as well as the nickname "the Rembrandt of the comic strip. Disclaimer: If you have come to this site to find pirated or illegal material, you will be disappointed! We only hold comic books and images that are in the Public Domain. If you suspect that any of our content may be infringing copyright, then please use our contact page to let us know.
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Terry and the Pirates No 26 Comix Book Movie
Terry and the Pirates was an action-adventure comic strip created by cartoonist Milton Caniff , which originally ran from October 22, to February 25, The Dragon Lady leads the evil pirates; conflict with the pirates was diminished in priority when World War II started. The strip was read by 31 million newspaper subscribers between and The daily strip began October 22, , and the Sunday color pages began December 9, Although Terry and the Pirates had made Caniff famous, the strip was owned by the syndicate, which was not uncommon at the time. Seeking creative control of his own work, Caniff left the strip in , his last Terry strip being published on December The following year, with the Field Syndicate , he launched Steve Canyon , an action-adventure strip that Caniff retained ownership of,  which ran until shortly after his death in