Rip Kirby

Created by Alex Raymond The first modern detective? I'm not sure about that, but REMINGTON "RIP" KIRBY was certainly the most successful -- and certainly the longest-running -- attempt to bring a private eye to the comics page. Written and drawn by comics legend Alex Raymond, the same artist who had previously proven himself with, … Continue reading Rip Kirby

Eyes in Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical

             SEE ALSO: Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical 100 Bullets 77 Sunset Strip 87th Street A Grace Adams & Aunt Agatha (The Agatha Detective Agency) Jinx Alameda Angel Angel and the Ape Apocalypse Al Nick Archer (Liar's Kiss) Frank Armstrong (Tumor) Jacob Ashe and Cinder DuBois (Cinder and Ashe) … Continue reading Eyes in Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical

Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical

SEE ALSO: Eyes in Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical 120, rue de la gare (1988, Casterman) 1934 (1988, Dargaud) 77 Sunset Strip (1960-63, Dell/Gold Key) A A.K.A. Goldfish (1995, Caliber) A.R.M. (1990-91, Adventure/Malibu Graphics) Ace Fedora, Private Eye (2004, Arctic Star Studios) The Adventures of Apocalypse Al (2013, Image Comics) The Adventures of Ford Fairlane … Continue reading Comic Books, Strips & Graphic Novels/Alphabetical