The Amazing Adventures of Stroker McGurk
For the first time EVER, every Stroker McGurk cartoon created by Hot Rod magazine artist Tom Medley are in one collection — in traditional comic book format (6.65″ x 10.25″).
More than 70 Stroker cartoons — spread across 56 pages — from the first mention of “McGurk” in the March 1948 issue of Hot Rod to his final strips in 1965.
Included are all the gags and innovations that sprung from Medley’s fertile, if wacky, mind — the first bubble-top roadster, multi-engine lakes racers, a nitro-powered lawn mower, and, of course, the first-ever race car slowed by a parachute (with unforeseen and humorous results).
This is a must-have for any hot rod enthusiast looking for a bit of hot rod history — and a few laughs — through the lens of one the sport’s most influential pioneers.