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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 02: Daily and Sunday Comics 1927-1929 HC  - IDW Publishing

In Volume Two, 'The Darkest Hour is Just Before Dawn,' America's spunkiest kid stands for fair play as she gives the scoundrels and rats their just desserts! Little Orphan Annie-the original female comics hero-takes on chiseling business men and a gang of thieves, armed only with her sharp wit and a good left hook. Then she helps her surrogate parents by nursing 'Daddy' Warbucks to health and helping save the Silos' family farm. And only that little chatter-box could become a cross between Robinson Crusoe and Dr. Doolittle when she and Sandy are shipwrecked on a deserted island. Enjoy all the unique adventure and earnest charm of Volume Two in The Library of American Comics presentation of Little Orphan Annie, containing nearly 1,000 comic strips from October 1927 to November 1930.

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 03 HC  - IDW Publishing

Harold Gray (w & a) Now with all Sundays in color for the first time in more than 75 years. The action never stops as Annie gets shipwrecked with Spike Marlin for months on end. Then the Depression and rival businessmen wreck "Daddy" Warbucks's empire, leaving him broke and ruined. Volume 3 includes every daily and Sunday from April 1930 until the end of 1931. HC BW 288 pages. 11" x 8.5"

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 04: 1932-1933 HC  - IDW Publishing

Harold Gray (w & a) Now with all the Sunday pages in full color! "A House Divided (or Does Fate Trick Trixie?)" finds "Daddy" Warbucks taking a new wife, Annie in the clutches of the Sisters of Suppression, and the spunkiest kid in America destined for adventures in Cosmic City. Containing every daily and Sunday strip from January 1932 through July 1933, printed directly from Harold Gray's original artwork. Edited and designed by Eisner-Award winner Dean Mullaney. Hardcover. PC 39.99 272 Pages 11" x 8.5" ISBN: 978-1-60010-445-9

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 05: 1933-1935 HC  - IDW Publishing

(W/A) Harold Gray Together with the blind fiddler, "Uncle" Dan, Annie squares off against the Chizzler, then embarks on her first novel-length adventure. In a story lasting nearly a full year, Annie's supposed "real" parents-Boris and Libby Bleek, leaders of the criminal Ghost Gang-gain legal custody of her, while "Daddy" Warbucks is hounded into jail by the unscrupulous politician, Phil O. Bluster. Contains every daily and color Sunday strip from July 10, 1933 through February 10, 1935, printed directly from Harold Gray's original artwork. [(w) Harold Gray (a) Harold Gray (ca) Harold Gray]

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 06: 1935-1936 HC  - IDW Publishing

Harold Gray (w & a & c) Introducing one of the strip's most beloved characters, the mysterious Punjab the Wizard, and including one of the most famous Little Orphan Annie stories of all-that of the brilliant Eli Eon, who invents a material that never wears out and promises to make the world a better place for everyone. Unfortunately, for both Eli and the world, evil forces are determined to steal his formula and use it for their own purposes. The only ones in their way are Annie, "Daddy" Warbucks, and their new ally, the indomitable Punjab! Includes all dailies and color Sundays from February 1, 1935 through September 30, 1936. Edited and designed by Eisner-Award winner Dean Mullaney, with biographical text by Jeet Heer. Hardcover. PC 280 Pages 11" x 8.5" ISBN: 978-1-60010-792-4 © and ® Tribune Media Services. All Rights Reserved. Expected in-store date: 12/15/10 Bullet points: " Annie and the gang are joined by Punjab the Wizard! " Read along as Eli Eon invents Eonite, the indestructible material that every country in the world wants!

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 07:1936-1938 HC  - IDW Publishing

COMPLETE LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE VOL. 07 HC - Description: Harold Gray (w & a & c) Introducing two of the strip's most incredible characters: The Asp-who has sometimes been likened to the Grim Reaper, and Mr. Am-who has been said might be a representation of the Almighty. Harold Gray is at the top of his game as he also introduces the mysterious Shanghai Peg and the frightening villain Boris Sirob, who actually kills both "Daddy" Warbucks and The Asp. "Daddy" dead? Wait until you read this one! Includes all dailies and color Sundays from October 1, 1936 through June 8, 1938.

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 08: 1938-1940 HC  - IDW Publishing

Jack, Ace Chance, and Shanghai Peg each play unexpected parts in the conclusion to Harold Gray's most sophisticated story of the 1930s. Plus, Annie encounters the gangster Nick Gatt and is captured by the international criminal mastermind named Axel. Can Daddy save her??He brings along some heavy-duty help-Punjab, the Asp, and Daddy's old pal, Wun Wey-but things don't turn out as expected in Volume Eight of The Complete Little Orphan Annie. Contains all strips from June 9, 1938 - February 28, 1940. [(W/A/CA) Harold Gray]

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 09: 1940-1941 HC  - IDW Publishing

Axel's back and this time he's not taking any chances! Meanwhile, the lives of gangster Nick Gatt and crusading District Attorney John Tecum become inextricably linked. Plus, Annie crosses paths with the selfish movie star Pete LaPlata, his selfless elderly parents, his discarded wife Peggy, and his neglected son Billy. It's high emotional drama leading into the return of the very much alive Daddy Warbucks, now converting his factories for the coming warall in Volume Nine of The Complete Little Orphan Annie. Including dailies and Sundays from February 29, 1940 through November 23, 1941. [(W/A/CA) Harold Gray]

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 10: 1941-1943 HC  - IDW Publishing

When America enters the Second World War, Annie protects the home front by forming the Junior Commandos, a group that inspired tens of thousands of real life children to collect newspapers, scrap metal, and other items needed for the war effort. The fictional Colonel Annie, meanwhile, finds herself face to face with fifth columnists and a Nazi submarine! Daddy Warbucks, true to his name, is back making munitions and leads a mysterious army overseas. Includes dailies and Sundays from November 24, 1941-August 7, 1943. [(W/A/CA) Harold Gray]

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 11: Death Be Thy Name Daily and Sunday Comics, 1943-1945 HC  - IDW Publishing

In the depths of the Second World War, Harold Gray paints a dark vision of stateside America when Annie's most loyal friends turn out to be a boarding house full of thieves, forgers, and mind readers. The red-garbed orphan sees how petty politicians and their underworld companions can deprive a small town of freedom just as easily as foreign spies, and that a big city can be home to a larger and even more dangerous threat to national security. Reprints all daily and Sunday strips from August 8, 1943 to April 14, 1945.

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 13: 1947-1948 HC  - IDW Publishing

Will The World's Greatest Cartoonist get a chance to prove his worth? And if so, will the public take into their hearts an orphan character with the unlikely name of Little Widget, the Waif? That may be the least of Annie's worries as she finds herself caught between spies and counterspies in an adventure that reprises the quest for Daddy Warbucks' atomic bomb formula! And if that weren't enough, the inscrutable Joe Christmas enters the picture, the mysterious Mr. Am returns, and Annie comes face to face with the man she most likely fears more than any other-the deadly criminal named Axel! Volume Thirteen of The Complete Little Orphan Annie reprints all daily and Sunday strips from January 12, 1947 to August 18, 1948.

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 14: 1948-1950 HC  - IDW Publishing

A chronological reprinting of one of the most important comic strips of the 20th Century. Annie is a cultural icon-in both her red-headed, blank-eyed appearance, and as the embodiment of American individuality, spunk, and self-reliance. Even those who've never read the comic strip are keenly aware of the plucky orphan, her loveable mutt Sandy, and her adoptive benefactor, Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks, through the Broadway play, the hit movie, and the song "Tomorrow," made famous by both. Volume 14 reprints all daily and color Sunday strips from August 19, 1948 through March 12, 1950. Advance solicited for October release!

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 15: Open Season for Trouble - Dailies and Color Sundays 1950-51 HC  - IDW Publishing

It's Open Season for Trouble as America's spunkiest kid, Daddy Warbucks, and his bodyguards Punjab and The Asp battle wily Communist spies, search for a potentially game-changing mineral known as QX-7, contend with small-town cheats, and make a frightful discovery about disappearing patients at a shady rest home. The action ranges from the played-out mining town of Fiasco, where Daddy made his first million, to the land of the genii, where Punjab dispatches his enemies. Meanwhile, Annie and Sandy are separated, but their inevitable reunion may be a silver lining inside a very dark cloud! Volume 15 collects the daily strips and the full-color Sunday pages from March 13, 1950 to October 28, 1951.

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Image: Complete Little Orphan Annie Vol. 16: Daily and Sunday Comics, 1951-1953 HC  - IDW Publishing

Annie might feel as if she's between a hammer and an anvil, but those are about the only menaces she avoids during the early 1950s! In less than two years of stories, the little orphan gets run over by a car, shot with a pistol, whacked with a bludgeon, firebombed in her bed, shoved in a gunny sack, caught in a tornado, flung overboard in a raging storm, and thrown alive into an underground cemetery vault. Meanwhile, Daddy Warbucks, Punjab, and the Asp are a thousand miles away, with no clue to the whereabouts of America's spunkiest kid. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow reprints all daily and color Sunday strips from October 29, 1951 through July 5, 1953. Included are five stories replete with greed and murder, atomic boats, blackmailers, poisoners, and deadly mutineers-yet also filled with good Samaritans and friendship from the most unexpected quarter, while also posing the question: can romance survive in a town called Futility?

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Image: Little Joe Harold Gray HC  - IDW Publishing
Little Joe Harold Gray HC
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In 1936, after the untimely death of his cousin and fellow cartoonist Ed Leffingwell, Harold Gray took the reins of this seminal Western comic strip and brought it to a combination of dark adventure, as seen in his Little Orphan Annie, and a modern-West version of family life comics like Gasoline Alley. This book presents the best of the Little Joe comic strips from 1937 to 1942, flowing with violence, humor, and warmth in a low-key style that could only be told in art and story by a master like Harold Gray. Edited by Peter Maresca and Sammy Harkham

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