DescriptionMilton Caniff - Terry and the Pirates Daily Comic Strip Original Art, dated 9-18-41 (The Chicago Tribune, 1941). Terry, Dude Hennick, and Raven Sherman employ a clever deceit to create the illusion of a marching army. Caniff's plotting, characterization, and dialogue was as influential as his drawing ability. Milton Caniff's approach to storytelling became the model for a legion of comic book artists constantly battling deadlines and the need to produce believable adventure yarns. The daily's image area measures 6" x 20", and the art is in Excellent condition.
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