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1941 - Terry and the pirates - Terry, Burma (Daily strip - American KV) by Milton Caniff - Comic Strip
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1941 - Terry and the pirates - Terry, Burma (Daily strip - American KV)

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Milton CANIFF (Milton Arthur Paul Caniff)- 1907/1988 - U.S.A.
Terry and the pirates 032 - Decoy: Put up or shut up
(Running dates Milton Caniff: October-22-1934 / December-29-1946)
Daily - Ink on paper - 17x52 cm
Syndicate: Chicago Tribune - New York News Syndicate: April-4-1941.

About Milton Caniff

Milton Arthur Paul Caniff (February 28, 1907 – April 3, 1988) was an American cartoonist famous for the Terry and the Pirates and Steve Canyon comic strips. Along with Hal Foster and Alex Raymond, Caniff's style would have a tremendous influence on the artists who drew American comic books and adventure strips during the mid-20th century. Evidence of his influence can be seen in the work of comic book/strip artists such as Jack Kirby, Frank Robbins, Lee Elias, Bob Kane, Mike Sekowsky, John Romita, Sr., Johnny Craig, William Overgard and Doug Wildey to name just a few. European artists were also influenced by his style, including Belgian artists Jijé, Hubinon and Italian artist Hugo Pratt.

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