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Captain Easy, Soldier of Fortune: The Complete Sunday Newspaper Strips 1936-1937 (Vol. 2) (Roy Crane's Captain Easy) Hardcover – July 5, 2011
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“Crane to this day is an influence. He was the true comic artist. I love the way he did characters in action, running around, jumping.”
- Jules Feiffer
“Today I still admire the work of Roy Crane.”
- Basil Wolverton
“Roy Crane could do anything. Roy Crane did adventure with a beautiful combination of cartooning and storytelling. Every panel was an entertaining panel with something to look at.”
- John Severin
“In heaven! Master storytelling!”
- Mike Allred, Madman, iZombie
About the Author
Royston Campbell Crane (1901-1977), who signed his work Roy Crane, created the comic-strip characters Wash Tubbs, Captain Easy, and Buz Sawyer. His work continues to inspire cartoonists today.