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The Führer and the Tramp Issue 1


Written by Sean McArdle and Jon Judy
Pencils and Inks by Dexter Wee
Colors and Letters by Sean McArdle
The critically acclaimed, Eisner-nominated comic gets a proper commercial release!

Charlie Chaplin - comic, filmmaker, and raconteur - didn't become the world's biggest star by courting controversy, but when he comes face-to-face with the horrors of Hitler, he feels compelled to get off the sidelines and get involved. And then Charlie is approached by FDR himself with a special assignment. His mission, if he chooses to accept it: create a propaganda film to drum up public support for joining the war in Europe!

Here is a preview of the entire first issue, presented in its brand new, vibrant Technicolor format. You can preorder the first issue from Diamond by using order code JAN201976.

Ships March 25, 2020!

The Führer and the Tramp Issue 2


Written by Sean McArdle and Jon Judy
Pencils and Inks by Dexter Wee
Colors and Letters by Sean McArdle
You are hereby warmly invited to a swanky affair at the estate of Errol Flynn. There’s Hedy Lamar! There’s Charlie Chaplin! And there’s some American Bund members here to end Charlie’s Hitler-bashing ways! Can Chaplin and his government handlers overcome scores of wannabe SS, or is their mission for FDR over before it begins? And if they do survive this pickle? Well Hitler continues his machinations, pulling strings that lead our cinematic and patriotic heroes ever closer to an inevitable showdown with the fuhrer himself!

Here is a preview of the entire second issue, presented in its brand new, vibrant Technicolor format. You can preorder the first issue from Diamond by using order code FEB201985.

The Führer and the Tramp Issue 3


Written by Sean McArdle and Jon Judy, Art by Dexter Wee
Nazi saboteurs have burned down Charlie Chaplin’s studio — just as his Hitler-bashing masterpiece was nearly complete! Now he and his government handlers —undercover agents and Hollywood sex symbols Hedy Lamar and Errol Flynn — are England bound, hoping to covertly finish shooting there. They set out to cross the Atlantic in a secretive, low-profile yacht voyage, but the Fuhrer has a spy on the side of the angels, and there’s a fleet of u-boats following in their wake!

The Führer and the Tramp Issue 4


Written by Sean McArdle and Jon Judy
Pencils and Inks by Dexter Wee
Colors and Letters by Sean McArdle
When last we saw our heroes, they had apparently been sent to a watery grave, victims of Nazi sabotage. Well buckle up and face front, Tramp believers, because issue four is where things start getting dangerous! In this one single issue, you’ll see Charlie Chaplin, Hedy Lamarr, Errol Flynn: battling sharks; making movies with Alfred Hitchcock; dodging bombs during the London blitz; and dogfighting Nazis over the skies of merry old England! And all that’s before the dramatic cliffhanger, where Charlie’s inevitable showdown with Adolph Hitler himself gets real personal, real fast!

The Führer and the Tramp Issue 5


Written by Sean McArdle and Jon Judy
Pencils and Inks by Dexter Wee
Colors and Letters by Sean McArdle
Here is a black and white preview of the entire final issue, which is currently being colored.

Ian Fleming! Christopher Lee! Josephine Baker! Jon Pertwee! They‘re the Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, Winston Churchill’s black-ops ace in the hole. Now they’re backing Charlie Chaplin, Hedy Lamarr, and Errol Flynn as they raid a Nazi installation. It’s Team Tramp vs. the Fuhrer’s Furies, over the fate of both Charlie’s brother Sydney and Charlie’s masterpiece, The Great Dictator! Zeppelins and machine guns clash before the action crescendos in a one-on-one slugfest twixt Little Dictator and Little Tramp. To the victor go the spoils (and the silly looking mustache) in the double-sized, 48-page, rousing finale to The Führer and the Tramp!