At this year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn, two of comics most influential curators examined the legacy of Winsor McCay’s LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND and the development of comics, from the vulgar days of yore to the modern genteel shores.
By: Alexander Jones We just reported on a huge Boxing Day sale across Comixology, but there is one $9.99 collection to rule them all (aside from the Star Wars sale today–that thing is crazy!) The IDW Recent Hits/Discovery sale features a total of 20 great comics for half of the price. The best part, is […]
Actually, Julian Darius wrote the headline used in this KnB title, but it’s the essential comics match up of all times, right? Also, Winsor McCay wasn’t a very good letterer.
It’s getting to be that time. NYCC Super Weeks kicks off THIS WEEKEND and I can guarantee that by the time we limp to the finish line on Columbus day is that we will all be SUPER tired! HAW HEE. Anyway. IDW has annoucned their exclusives and they include some artists editions, Little Nemo stuff, GI Joe stuff, Edward Scissorhands stuff….you can pre order now.
Locust Moon Comics in Philadelphia has been putting together ran all-star anthology celebrating Winsor McCay’s LIttle Nemo with contemporary artists going nuts artistically. The above strip by David “Mouse Guard” Petersen is but one example of many jaw-droppers. The Kickstarter for the book launched Monday and has already been funded, but you will probably want a copy of it, anyway. Here some more art just to add to the persuasion.