Little Nemo


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Little Nemo

dreams every night of Slumberland, a place of story-book palaces and fairy-tale landscapes. [Comics: Horn, 458]
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Two of his comics, Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (1904-1913) and the even more popular Little Nemo in Slumberland (1905-1911), had made his fortune in the first decade of the twentieth century.
Year after year, Charlie Mensuel presented Krazy Kat, Dick Tracy, Popeye--but also Little Nemo and many other characters--to a French audience, elevating the whole tradition of the medium to the status of a serious art and literary form and transforming its readers into seasoned connoisseurs.
On October 15, 2012, Google paid tribute to McCay by transforming its search engine homepage into an interactive dreamscape in Little Nemo style.
Specially trained pet advisors are on hand to provide advice on pet care - whether you have a handsome hamster, a little nemo or a bearded dragon at home.
LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND The Sarasota Youth Opera has a world premiere with this brand-new adaptation of the famous Winsor McKay comic strip, by composer Daron Hagen and librettist J.
McCay is most memorably the author of the comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland, full-color broadsheets that first appeared in the Sunday supplements of the New York Herald in 1905.
Among others homoured are 1957 sci-fib-movie The Incredible Shrinking Man, 1911 silent Little Nemo and 1968's Sergio Leone spaghetti western Once Upon A Time In The West.
Also producible are durable, dishwasher-safe character plates and platters that display a photo alongside such characters as Mickey Mouse, Little Nemo and the Disney Princesses.
Randall Stuart, DIRECTION: The key diving-off point for our production of Eurydice was the work of turn-of-the-century cartoonist and sketch artist Winsor, 'McCay, who is beloved for his cartoon series Little Nemo in Slumberland.
PLUNGE into the underwater world of little Nemo and his friends.
Of immense nostalagic interest and a superb example of early American newspaper cartoon strips, "Winsor McCay's Little Nemo In Slumberland; Volume One" is also highly recommended because it makes available to a whole new generation of readers the wonderful adventures of Nemo, Flip, The Princess, and a cast of memorable characters.
Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland (appearing in various publications from 1905-1927), had dark, surreal qualities; many of Nemo's adventures are frightening or even violent.