Miss Lace is back and she’s with Hermes Press! Milton Caniff’s famous good girl, created just for servicemen during WW II, known to GI Joes everywhere as “Lace,” is available to all her fans in a deluxe hardcover art book reprinting the entire run of the strip. Move over Rita Hayworth, sultry, sassy Miss Lace and her daily adventures are being given royal treatment with a host of extras including a detailed intro by noted Caniff historian R.C. Harvey. Also included in this deluxe reprint of the strip are unused art, documentary materials, advertising art, and more.
Male Call is one of Caniff’s finest efforts and has been unavailable for almost thirty years; this situation will finally be corrected with this archival reprint of the strip. Together with Hermes Press’ reprint of the complete Steve Canyon comic books, issued by Dell and Harvey, the re-issue of Male Call will bring more rarely seen Caniff material to readers of classic comic books and strips.
Hermes Press is proud to add Male Call to its library of classic comic strip reprints which include Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, The Phantom, and Roy Rogers. Hermes Press also reprints classic archival editions of comic books as well, which include Dark Shadows, My Favorite Martian, Steve Canyon, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Land of the Giants and The Time Tunnel.
Milton Caniff’s Male Call The Complete Newspaper Strips: 1942-1946; ISBN 1- 932563-58-X; art by Milton Caniff; complete reprint of Caniff’s World War II newspaper strip starring Miss Lace; introductory essay by R.C. Harvey; supplemental historical survey; ad art, unpublished strips and documentary material; black and white and color; 8.5 x 11.75 landscape; Hardcover with printed laminated cover, deluxe dustjacket; tweens and up; 156 pages; $39.99.