Secret Agent X-9 had a checkered career. The hard-fisted G-Man was created by mystery writer Dashiell Hammett and illustrator Alex Raymond. But soon Hammett was gone, replaced by "The Saint" creator Leslie Charteris. Shortly thereafter, Raymond resigned the strip to concentrate on his other two
projects, Jungle Jim and Flash Gordon. Filling Raymond's shoes was the
versatile Charles Flanders, who did an X-cellent X-9.
We have one volume of X-9 in stock, reprinting Flanders' first story, The Phantom Plane.
Also in stock!
Secret Agent Corrigan X-9 by Al Williamson & Archie Goodwin
IDW edition Volume #1 (1967-69 dailies) Introduction by Mark Schutz (11” x 10”, hardbound)