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3f0090 LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND/KATZENJAMMER KIDS Sunday News Comics Page 1912 McCay & Dirks art!

Date Sold 11/22/2022
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An Original Vintage Sunday News Comics Page (measures 14 3/4" x 20" [37 x 51 cm]) (Learn More)

Little Nemo In Slumberland was full-page weekly comic strip, created by Winsor McCay, that started in 1905 which depicted Nemo having fantastic dreams that were interrupted by his awakening in the final panel. The strip is considered McCay's masterpiece for its experiments with the form of the comics page, its use of color and perspective, its timing and pacing, the size and shape of its panels, and its architectural and other details. Little Nemo in Slumberland ran in the New York Herald from 1905 to 1911. The strip was renamed In the Land of Wonderful Dreams when McCay brought it to William Randolph Hearst's New York American, where it ran from 1911 until 1914. When McCay returned to the Herald in 1924, he revived the strip, and it ran under its original title to 1927. AND The Katzenjammer Kids is a comic strip created by Rudolph Dirks in 1897 and later drawn by Harold Knerr for 35 years. The comic strip was turned into a stage play in 1903, inspired several animated cartoons, and was one of 20 strips included in the Comic Strip Classics series of U.S. commemorative postage stamps.
Artist: Winsor McCay/Rudolph Dirks
Important Added Info: Note that this Sunday page is for "Little Nemo in Slumberland", but it is from the time when it was released as "In the Land of Wonderful Dreams". Note also that this is one of a group of six full color Sunday newspaper comic pages from between 1907 and 1913, which we are currently auctioning in six separate auctions, and of course they are all extremely rare! This comic page measures 14 3/4" x 20", so it will need to be sent in a much larger than normal flat package (it would make no sense to roll it as it would surely damage it). Please bear this in mind before bidding. Also note that the front and back of this page have different comics, so we have pictured both sides, but of course the auction is for a single Sunday comic page.

Condition: good. Someone trimmed the page, eliminating parts of the blank borders. The page is fragile.
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