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Forgotten Fantasy - Sunday Comics, 1900-1915: Visions from Lyonel Feininger, Winsor McCay and Many More ...

Sunday Press (CA), 2011

First in a new Anthology series from Sunday Press, acclaimed publisher full-size comic strip volumes. of Presented here in the original size and colors are the complete comics of Lyonel Feininger:The Kin-der-Kids and Wee Willie Winkie's World; along with the complete adventures of:The Explorigator by Henry Grant Dart, Nibsy the Newsboy by George McManus, and Naughty Pete by Charles Forbell Plus, color Dream of the Rarebit Fiend and Jungle Imp ...
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays!
Winsor McCay

Sunday Press Books, 2005

"Likely the most spectacular book about comics ever" (LA TIMES) "....the finest." (TIME). The first edition of this book sold out in the first three months and is now out of print. The improved second printing is available NOW. Celebrate the 100th birthday of Winsor McCay's masterpiece with this FULL ORIGNAL SIZE, 120-page hardbound volume. It features Nemo's best from 1905-1910, all printed in the actual newspaper-page size, 16 x 21 inches. It ...
  
  











  



  
The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Volume II: 1907-1908 (Complete Little Nemo)
Winsor McCay

Fantagraphics Books/Titan Books, 1989

Little Nemo In Slumberland Vol.2 Hardback
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo in Slumberland Vol 2: Many More Splendid Sundays!
Winsor McCay

Sunday Press Books, 2008

In 2005, the publication of Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays, the oversized deluxe reprint edition, marked the centennial of Winsor McCay's supreme graphic achievement. That book astounded the world of comics and art, becoming the most highly praised book of its kind. This new collection presents more of those famed Sunday newspaper pages -- a "best of" collection from 1906 to 1924, with examples from all three incarnations ...
  
  











  



  
The Best of Little Nemo in Slumber Land
Winsor McCay, Richard Marschall

Stewart Tabori & Chang, 1997

Considered by many critics and artists to be the greatest comic strip of all time, Little Nemo in Slumbe rland was cherished in its day and honoured through the year s. This selection includes reproductions of more than 150 of McCay''s finest strips. '
  
  











  



  
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend (Dover Humor)
Winsor McCay

Dover Publications, 1973

From the creator of Little Nemo comes this pioneering cartoon strip, a world of dreams and nightmares, fraught with episodes of wish fulfillments and exaggerations in size and perspective. This facsimile of the rare 1905 first edition recaptures Winsor McCay's imaginative brilliance and his influence on latter-day animation with 60 cartoon sequences.
  
  











  



  
The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland Vol. 1: 1905-1907
Winsor McCay

Fantagraphics Books, 1998

A collection of Little Nemo's fantasy adventures, reprinted from the vintage comic strip.
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo: 1905-1914 (Evergreen)
Winsor McCay

Taschen, 2000

A reproduction of some of the "Little Nemo" comic strip from the early 20th century. This volume reflects the distinctive art-nouveau style of the original drawings and follows Little Nemo as he journeys nightly into the world of dreams.
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo In Slumberland 1906-1907 [Comic Anthology]
Winsor McCay

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2009

This is a special edition full-color reprint anthology of "Little Nemo In Slumberland" by Winsor McCay which includes Sunday strips from 1906-1907. Travel with Nemo as he goes on all his surreal escapades.
  
  











  



  
Dinomania: The Lost Art of Winsor McCay, The Secret Origins of King Kong, and the Urge to Destroy New York
Winsor McCay, Ulrich Merkl

Fantagraphics, 2015

This is a deluxe, oversize collection of Winsor McCay's ( Little Nemo) “lost” comic strip. Winsor McCay, the creator of Little Nemo in Slumberland , is internationally renowned as a pioneer in comics and animation. But author Ulrich Merkl’s dedicated sleuthing has unearthed a never-published strip by McCay that was lost following the artist’s untimely death. Titled simply Dino , it opens a surprising new window into McCay’s life ...
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo In Slumberland HC Volume 1 Limited Edition
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2007

Included here is every known episode from October 13th, 1905, the very frist, until August 15, 1909, never before published in complete collected form. in addition, another first: All forty-three episodes of McCay's first color Sunday feature, Tales of the Jungle Imps, As published in the Cincinnati Enquirer in 1903. Bonus promotional material includes playbills, posters, Little Nemo merchandise and more.
  
  











  



  
Dream Of The Rarebit Fiend: The Saturdays
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2006

So popular, advance sales sold out our first print run before it even went to press, this oversized edition collects Winsor McCay's Saturday Dream of the Rarebit Fiend strips from 1904-1911. Presented in the enlarged format for the first time and printed 98% of their original size. 190 cartoons in all.
  
  











  



  
Daydreams and Nightmares: The Fantastic Visions of WInsor McCay, 1898-1934
Winsor McCay

Fantagraphics Books, 2005

Daydreams & Nightmares collects the rarest work from Little Nemo In Slumberland creator Winsor McCay's historic career. A fantasist of the first rank, McCay was a key pioneer in the histories of both comics and animation. He had a fascination with dreams that extended beyond his newspaper strip Little Nemo in Slumberland , and it was a fascination as compelling as that of Freud, Jung and Adler's, as proven in the pages of Daydreams & ...
  
  











  



  
Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 2
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2004

Inside lurks more Dream of the Rarebit Fiend and Little Sammy Sneeze, plus Centaurs, Hungry Henrietta and dozens of McCay's editorial illustrations. Another handsome, compact and affordable collection of the work of Winsor McCay, the cartoon genius behind Little Nemo in Slumberland.
  
  











  



  
Winsor McCay: The Editorial Works
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2006

Checker collects a new portion of McCay's career in this oversize format collection of his editorial artwork. This edition focuses on editorials that appeared from 1913-1917 as the United States saw an escalation of violence in Europe as a build up to World War I.
  
  











  



  
Daydreams and Nightmares
Winsor McCay

Fantagraphics Books, 1988

by Windsor McCay A fantasist of the first rank, McCay was a key pioneer in the histories of both comics and animation. He had a fascination with dreams that extended beyond his newspaper strip Little Nemo In Slumberland, and it was a fascination as compelling as that of Freud, Jung and Adler's, as proven in the pages of Daydreams & Nightmares. McCay's dream-inspired strips, illustrations and cartoons feature rarebit-induced nightmares, playful ...
  
  











  



  
Little Nemo in Slumberland 1908-1909 [Full Color]
Winsor McCay

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2009

Little Nemo in Slumberland 1908-1909 [Full Color] contains all the Sunday strips of America's favorite little oneironaut (dream traveler) from 1908 and 1909 in full color. Follow Nemo in his fantastic adventures. This is the second volume, the first being 1906-1907.
  
  











  



  
Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 3
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2004

More Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (1907 strips), Little Sammy Sneeze, A Pilgrim's Progress (1907 Strips) and dozens of McCay's editorial illustrations from his New York period. Just a slice of the genius of McCay, who has been credited with over a million drawings in his lifetime.
  
  











  



  
Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 1 (Early Works)
Winsor McCay

Checker Book Publishing Group, 2003

A fully re-mastered collection of turn-of-the-century rarities from cartooning and animatino pioneer, Winsor McCay: Tales of the Jungle Imps, Little Sammy Sneeze, Dream of a Rarebit Fiend and Pilgrim's Progress. Best known for Little Nemo in Slumberland and the seminal animated feature Gertie the Dinosaur, McCay's artistic talent and whimsical humor are on full display here.
  
  











  








   



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