Edition: First edition.
New York: Cupples & Leon, 1932. Beige cloth spine and colour pictorial boards.  pp, unpaged. Covers have some creases, mainly to moderately worn outer corners; front cover has a one inch tear neatly repaired; rear cover has a thumb-sized chip to lower inner corner; text paper yellowed; in all, good + externally, internally VG -clean and unworn. "Moon Mullins was an American comic strip which had a run as both a daily and Sunday feature from June 19, 1923 to June 2, 1991. Syndicated by the Chicago Tribune/New York News Syndicate, the strip depicts the lives of diverse lowbrow characters who reside at the Schmaltz (later Plushbottom) boarding house. The central character, Moon (short for Moonshine), is a would-be prizefighter-perpetually strapped for cash but with a roguish appetite for vice and high living. Moon took a room in the boarding house at 1323 Wump Street in 1924 and never left, staying on for 67 years." - Wikipedia.
Condition: Binding: Softcover