Milton Caniff's Steve Canyon Dailies

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Stephen Worth, director of ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive says:
Today at the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive, video producer John Ellis stopped by with a portfolio case full of original artwork he discovered in a box of memorabilia belonging to the estate of cartoonist Milton Caniff. Unseen for decades, these jaw-droppingly beautiful ink sketches stand as a testament to the genius of Caniff, whose 100th birthday would have been celebrated this year. Caniff drew "Terry & the Pirates" and "Steve Canyon" every day for 54 years, and his draftsmanship was the envy of his peers. But most of all, he was a masterful storyteller. We posted a dozen high resolution scans of original "Steve Canyon" strips, and we''ll be posting more dailies and Sunday pages soon, along with rare photographs that have never been published before.
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  1. WHAT WOULD A STEVE CANYON AND CHEETAH ORGINAL SKETCHES SIZE “36X48” HAS SOME BROWN SPOTS BUT FACES ARE BEAUTIFUL AND HE HAD MADE THESE FOR SOME FRIENDS BOTH SIGNED OCT 1955 THANKS CROSSBONES.

  2. I’AM SORRY I JUST POSTED A COMMENT OR QUESTION THE ARTIST IS CANIFF MILTON THANKS CROSSBONES.

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