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by Alex Raymond

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  • ISBN 1613775806
  • ISBN13 978-1613775806
  • Language English
  • Author Alex Raymond
  • Publisher IDW (January 1, 2013)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats docx azw doc lrf
  • Category Comics and Funnies
  • Subcategory Graphic Novels
  • Size ePub 1873 kb
  • Size Fb2 1126 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 504

The third volume of the Definitive Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim includes every Alex Raymond Sunday from March 12, 1939 through the end of 1941. Flash, Dale Arden, and Dr. Zarkov have a lengthy adventure with Fria, the stunning Snow Queen of Frigia; Dale is captured by Ming's secret service, culminating in a fight to the finish between Flash and the merciless tyrant. Meanwhile, when radio signals from Earth find their way to Mongo, Flash and company must decide―do they stay on Mongo or return home to help overthrow "The Dictator"?! In the topper strip, Jim, Lil, and Kolu ward off moon worshippers on the Malay Peninsula, protect the Panama Canal from sabotage, and, in the midst of an expanding world war, are enlisted to keep a Caribbean island free of hostile foreign influences. In the introduction by Bruce Canwell, Joe Kubert tells of being a 12-year-old making his first-ever trip out of Brooklyn to visit Alex Raymond at his Connecticut home! Plus, Howard Chaykin discusses the influence of the Matt and Benton Clark on Raymond's drawing style. Edited by Dean Mullaney, designed by Lorraine Turner, Introduction by Bruce Canwell.

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Just received my copy of "Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim" Vol. Wow. Now this is a book that makes an. .This certainly will remain the definitive version of Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon. Now this is a book that makes an impression. I can hardly wonder how it can be topped or surpassed, this side of getting hold of the original artwork, which is an impossibility. And since this version already surpasses by far the one by Kitchen Sink, I believe it will remain the definitive one. Flash, Dale Arden, and Dr. Zarkov have a lengthy adventure with Fria, the stunning Snow Queen of Frigia; Dale is captured by Ming's secret service, culminating in a fight to the finish between Flash and the merciless tyrant. Meanwhile, when radio signals from Earth find their way to Mongo, Flash and company must decide-do they stay on Mongo or return home to help overthrow "The Dictator"?!

Details Coming Soon The third volume of the Definitive Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim includes every Alex Raymond Sunday from March 12, 1939 through the end of 1941.

Details Coming Soon The third volume of the Definitive Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim includes every Alex Raymond Sunday from March 12, 1939 through the end of 1941. Zarkov have a lengthy adventure with Fria, the stunning Snow Queen of Frigia; Dale is captured by Ming's secret service, culminating in a fight to the finish between Flash and the merciless tyrant

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Jungle Jim and Flash Gordon were launched simultaneously on January 7.From 1949 to 1951, there were 11 original Jungle Jim comic books produced by Standard Comics. Definitive Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim Volume 3: 1939–1941 San Diego, Calif.

Jungle Jim and Flash Gordon were launched simultaneously on January 7, 1934 During World War II, artist Raymond enlisted as a Marine. Successors included John Mayo (creator of Future Eye) and Paul Norris (creator of DC Comics' Aquaman). Dell Comics published 20 issues of Jungle Jim from 1953 to 1959; the last eight issues ( were written by Gaylord Du Bois.

The third volume of the Definitive Flash Gordon & Jungle Jim includes every Alex Raymond Sunday from March 12, 1939 through the end of 1941. Zarkov have a lengthy adventure with Fria, the stunning Snow Queen of Frigia; Dale is captured by Ming's secret service, culminating in a fight to the finish between Flash and the merciless tyrant

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Beazerdred
The third volume of Alex Raymond Sunday-only strips continues to provide vivid colors with high quality paper and binding in a volume that is sure to please readers who enjoy quality artwork. Flash Gordon is the star, but the Jungle Jim stories along the top row of each page are also entertaining with tales built around undercover saboteurs as WWII approaches.

When these stories are read in one sitting, say three months in one stretch, the formulaic writing approach is perhaps more annoying than if one were actually reading these stories once a week: sudden story transitions, rocket crashes, captures and escapes. If I read these three books again, I'll have to count how many times Flash crashes a rocket ship. It's really funny.

The story is adequate, but you can't help but focus on the artwork. The figures and backgrounds are consistently good, and on many pages the quality is superb. One wonders what impact various assistants, if any, made on the work, or if deadlines or activities outside of the studio created the average good quality where some weeks extra time was available to be spent on the details.

One story involves Flash dressed in a red suit with a yellow power bolt on the chest. Inspiration for a DC character years later, no doubt.

If you enjoy the artwork and storytelling of Hal Foster or Milton Caniff you will also enjoy this book. There is a good introductory article that adds background info about Raymond's work during that period.
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Flash Gordon has been reprinted before, but not in oversize format and accompanied by Jungle Jim, which ran on the same page. Both strips would have tremendous impact on popular culture, right down to the present day. No Flash Gordon (and Buck Rogers)...no Star Trek, Star Wars...the list could go on and on. Buy it, and see where S-F in pop culture was born. Did I mention the amazing art?
fire dancer
Great Book; Great Artwork! Large artwork showing detail. Excellent, exciting stories! Top Rating! Great quality story and writing hard to believe it was written in the Thirties and Forties! Recommended!
NiceOne
smooth transaction. splendid
Androrim
Awesome, great quality binding and super nice crisp and clean graphics. If you're a fan of vintage comics check this one out.
Malara
This is a great series for anyone interested in vintage newspaper action strips. The books are beautiful and fun to read.
Hulis
A good collection with excellent artwork and back story. A beautiful, large anthology that helps us visit an era of bygone times.
Husband's interest. He's happy....what more can i say. It's ridiculous to require more words.and boring for me to complete this.