X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan, Vol. 1

X Secret Agent Corrigan Vol Al Williamson s run on Secret Agent Corrigan from to stands as one of the artistic highlights in the history of the American comic strip Williamson s delicate line work coupled with a style

  • Title: X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan, Vol. 1
  • Author: Archie Goodwin Al Williamson
  • ISBN: 9781600106972
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Hardcover
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    Al Williamson s run on Secret Agent Corrigan from 1967 to 1979 stands as one of the artistic highlights in the history of the American comic strip Williamson s delicate line work, coupled with a style both realistic and atmospheric, enhanced the no nonsense story of Corrigan.

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    • Andrew says:

      This book helps preserve the legacy of writer Archie Goodwin and artist Al Williamson, collecting their first several years on Secret Agent Corrigan (originally Secret Agent X-9). Together, Goodwin and Williamson take FBI agent Phil Corrigan through a number of fast-paced adventures, bringing the classic strip (created in 1933 by equally legendary Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond) firmly into the late 60s.Williamson's classic style, influenced in equal parts by classic illustrators like Alex Ra [...]

    • Andy says:

      Creating and sustaining a successful newspaper comic strip is a fine art. If you think about how these strips appeared in newspapers, the creators have three panels per day to work with: the first to summarize what happened the day before, the second to advance the plot, and the third to further advance the plot and hook the reader to keep reading the next day and the next and the next.Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson were masters of the daily comic strip. You can learn all about the origins of [...]

    • David says:

      Author Archie Goodwin and artist Al Williamson have created a masterpiece of daily newspaper strips here. Classic and nearly timeless spy adventure stories. Immensely readable. Beautiful line work by the artist. Personally, I think this might be the best looking strip since Raymond's Flash Gordon. Also, very nice illustrated essays by the editors giving the prior history of X-9 who was invented by Dashiel Hammett in the early 20th century. I've read the early Hammett and Alex Raymond strips and [...]

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