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Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon, Vol. 3 (Checker Flash Gordon Reprints #3)

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The third volume of Checker's effort to reprint Flash Gordon in all of its glory. Alex Raymond's masterful artwork and storytelling create a world that has enchanted imaginations for decades. Presented in full color with a landscape layout to best display Raymond's near-cinematographic design.
Hardcover, 100 pages
Published May 18th 2005 by Checker Book Publishing Group
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Mike (the Paladin)
These are often called "science fiction" and for the day they were often about all a science fiction fan might be able to find. Say Flash Gordon and if people do remember they may be more likely to think of the (horrible) 1980 movie. If you're a tad older or are a fan of older movie serials and TV you may recall the short lived TV series or the movies and serials with Buster Crabbe.

Toy "rocket-ships" with smoke going upward toward the top of the shot, lizards with fins glued to their backs, hok
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May 18, 2013 Bob Garrett rated it really liked it
This volume reprints strips from October 25, 1936 to June 5, 1938. The series was probably at the peak of its popularity around that time. Earlier in 1936, the first move serial debuted, with Buster Crabbe in the title role.

Meanwhile, in the funny papers, the newspaper strip was getting better and better. This volume is superior to the first two, and it feels like everything's coming together here. In my review of Volume 2, I noted that it sometimes felt as if Alex Raymond and scripter Don Moor
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Alexander Gillespie Raymond was an American comic strip artist, best known for creating the comic Flash Gordon in 1934. The serial hit the silver screen three years later with Buster Crabbe and Jean Rogers as the leading players. Other strips he drew include Secret Agent X-9, Rip Kirby, Jungle Jim, Tim Tyler's Luck, and Tillie the Toiler. Alex Raymond received a Reuben Award from the National Cart ...more
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