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GEORGE HERRIMAN LIBRARY HC VOL 01 KRAZY & IGNATZ 1916-1918
(W/A/CA) George Herriman This new collection of George Herriman's masterpiece Krazy Kat brings back into print the inventive language, haunting vistas, and brick throwing that makes this strip so special. Perfect for Krazy Kat veterans or brand-new readers, this collection provides you with the joy of joining the inhabitants of surreal Coconino County in the strip that originally elevated the comics medium into a celebrated art form.
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KRAZY & IGNATZ 1919-1921 HC
(W/A/CA) George Herriman George Herriman's Krazy Kat detailed the comings and goings of a lovestruck vagabond 'Kat,' a malicious mouse, and a diligent dog trying to keep order. This new deluxe hardcover collects the full-sized Sunday pages from 1919 through 1921 including photographs, artwork, and introductory text by comic historians Bill Blackbeard and Michael Tisserand.
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LOAC ESSENTIALS HC VOL 06 BARON BEAN 1917
(W/A/CA) George Herriman The New York Journal of Books says that the first volume of LOAC Essentials (Baron Bean 1916) 'sets the standard for archival and reprint quality.' The Washington Times writes that it's 'beautiful. It showcases Mr. Herriman's developing style and his move toward a combination of absurdity, surrealism, and art deco.' Volume Six presents the second year of George Herriman's much-lauded pre-Krazy Kat masterpiece.
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LOAC ESSENTIALS KING FEATURES HC VOL 01 KRAZY KAT 1934
(W/A/CA) George Herriman Much attention has been paid to Herrriman's Sunday full-page comics, yet it is in the daily Krazy Kat strips that the cartoonist most frankly illustrates many of his major themes, especially the shifting nature of social identity. The 1934 strips reprinted in this book fit anyone's definition of "essential." They show Krazy Kat at top speed, ever-changing, endlessly inventive, with language that sparkles with double meanings and more in lines such as "his malady drills me to my sole." The year includes homages to old jokes and bricks, followed by playful references to sex, drink, and even drugs. The daily Krazy Kat strips are often Herriman's most personal works and standouts in this year include Krazy Kat's attempt to write a memoir and the Kat's quietly waiting for the last leaf of "ottim" to fall (a tender scene that finds echoes in Charles Schulz's drawing Linus admiring the last autumn's leaf stubborn spirit). It could also be argued that the daily is more accessible to the new reader. Herriman biographer Michael Tisserand provides an insightful intro
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