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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Air Force Times/Steve Canyon Anniversary

Cartoonist kept loyal Air Force following with straight-laced adventures of fictional flyboy

Pages of history:

"Steve Canyon" kept a loyal Air Force following with the straight-laced adventures of a fictional flyboy. Check out historic strips, video and a special 60th birthday celebration

(Click on image for larger view.)Steve Canyon's 60th Anniversary Comic Strip
Click to go to Air Force Times Online and read more!

The Air Force Times (in cooperation with The Milton Caniff Estate, Caniff Biographer Robert C. Harvey, and artist/writer Russ Maheras) have put up a splendid page on their website devoted to Steve Canyon's 60th Anniversary. A special newly created Steve Canyon full color comic-strip, created by Maheras, is being featured online as well as in the September 24th edition of their weekly newspaper.

Fans of our site and the Steve Canyon TV series will find streaming clips from four different episodes (three previously unreleased on our site) including an extended clip from the much requested OPERATION INTERCEPT. You will also find several scans of classic Steve Canyon strips, comments from Milton's nephew Harry Guyton, and R.C. Harvey, and MORE! Head on over there and check it out!

John Ellis
Hollywood, CA


Anonymous said...

Is the C-130 in the 60th anniversary strip part of the 773rd Blue Eagles (received a dedication) during the TV series or the 757th Blue Tigers Airlift Squadron (Caniff related insignia)?

Arkonbey said...

Firstly, I am SO picking up any Steve Canyon TPBs I can find.

Secondly, that special comic was abysmal and not at all a fitting tribute to the great Milton Caniff. The art was stiff and the faces unexpressionless. Even the aircraft felt lifeless. Mr. Caniff's art was none of those things.

Some people should leave well enough alone.