6th Mar: There is an option now on your profile page to use "compact" folders. This works pretty well for phone users and others who like less scrolling.
Steve Canyon is an action-adventure comic strip that ran from 1947 to 1988. It was created, written, and drawn by Milton Caniff, the creator of Terry and the Pirates.Steve Canyon was an ex-Air Force pilot running his own air-transport business, which brought him into contact with a variety of adventures. When the Korean War broke out in real life, Caniff had Steve rejoin the Air Force, where he remained for the rest of the strip's run, transitioning after Korea into Cold War counter-espionage.In later years, Caniff varied the tone of the strip by interspersing occasional storylines giving the limelight to various members of Steve's supporting cast, in particular his cousin Poteet, who started out as a student and later became a journalist.The strip inspired a Steve Canyon TV series in the late 1950s, starring Dean Fredericks. Steve Canyon was also one of the comic strip characters included in the 1972 Massive Multiplayer Crossover The Man Who Hated Laughter.
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