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  1. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 3 days ago

    Hey! Trudeau swiped this gag from “Little Nemo.” WInsor McCay broke the fourth wall with the “where’s the color” bit 100 years ago!

  2. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 4 months ago

    Sadly these travel pages ended here on April 23, 1911. Nemo never did get to Milwaukee. Next Sunday will be the final page of this series.

  3. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 4 months ago

    This appears to be human error – should be fixed presently.

  4. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 5 months ago

    I’m guessing he worked from a photo of each of these cities, then took some artistic license. Here’s Montreal from the opposite viewpoint : http://www.vieux.montreal.qc.ca/histoire/eng/metroa.htm

  5. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 9 months ago

    Yes, apologies to all Nemophiles. The last two strips had been posted out of order, so to keep the story straight the dates were swapped.

  6. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 9 months ago

    Good catch, byam! Somehow two strips were entered out of order. This should fix the storyline.

  7. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 12 months ago

    Clarification: “full color,” as seen in most of the comics in this feature, is using all four printing colors at the time – red, yellow, blue, and black. in order to save time and ink, some inside section pages were only printed in one, two, or as with this page three (red, yellow, black) colors.

  8. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 12 months ago

    Sorry for the confusion. Knerr’s final page was in 1949. The FINAL Katzies page was in 2015.

  9. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 year ago

    There’s an ongoing argument about what constitutes a comic, particularly in an historical context. This page does have caricatured illustration, sequential art, and it did appear in the Sunday comics section. Though to modern viewers it looks more like an illustrated story. So this one is defined through the eye of the beholder, or to paraphrase Justice Stewart, I’m not sure exact;y what constitutes a comic, but I know it when I see it.

  10. Sunday Press GoComics Pro Member commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 year ago

    Good question, vp. Papers added these characters to fill out a page when the paper was printed in slightly different dimensions. At least two of these characters have appeared in this “Origins” feature. Sunday Press will send a free copy of “Little Sammy Sneeze” to the first reader to correctly name all the strips – that is, anybody besides Allan Holtz! OK, anybody in addition to Allan.