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Winsor McCay Lives! The Little Nemo Meets Carousel Event In New York

With the original artwork from the massively successful Kickstarter-funded and massive in size tome Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream on the walls of the Society building, as well as orignal Winsor McCay art to accompany it, until March 28th, the Philadelphia-based team on the book out of Locust Moon Comics and the New York-based institution[...]

Little Nemo Arrives In New York – Plus Photogallery

The Society of Illustrators in New York hosted the opening of the Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream exhibit, a celebration of the artwork from the critically acclaimed large-format art book that pays homage to the work of Winsor McCay on February 18th The exhibit also included original artwork by McCay to ornament the collection.For those[...]

Don't Snooze On This Title: Little Nemo Returns To Slumberland

By Julz HendricksBased on the beloved works of Winsor McCay, Little Nemo Returns to Slumberland to takes us on an grand Adventure This fairy tale-esque style story gives us a fresh, modern take on McCay's strips that ran in the New York Herald from 1905 to 1911 This fantasy begins with King Morpheus's wise men[...]


Bleeding Cool and Locust Moon Comics Talk Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream

Together with Locust Moon’s Editor-in-Chief Andrew Carl, Josh and Chris have gathered the greatest talents working in comics today to produce a truly extraordinary anthology.Josh O’Neill Holding James Harvey’s Page Nikolai Fomich: Who was Winsor McCay, and what role did he play in the development of American comic art?Josh O’Neill: Winsor McCay was one of the[...]

'Book Of The Decade' – Locust Moon Comics Announces Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream Kickstarter

Inspired by cartooning and animation pioneer Winsor McCay’s classic Little Nemo in Slumberland, this original work will revisit McCay’s Slumberland world and feature “an almost impossibly star-studded lineup of over one hundred cartoonists and illustrators including Mike Allred, Bill Sienkiewicz, Paul Pope, Peter Bagge, J.H Williams III, John Cassaday, J.G Jones, Craig Thompson, Yuko Shimizu,[...]

100 Years Old Today – Watch Winsor McCay's Pioneering Animation, Gertie The Dinosaur

It's Gertie the Dinosaur, created by Little Nemo in Slumberland's Winsor McCay You can see the whole thing below, including the live action meta-narrative that surrounds the animated portion.[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGXC8gXOPoU[/youtube]Beautiful stuff 100 years old and as entertaining as ever.And so we were introduced to creating animation by drawing individual images in sequence, working between "key frames"[...]


Nemo Returns To Slumberland With Brand-New Dreams With Shanower and Rodriguez

IDW continues its treasure trove of SDCC announcements, this time bringing us new stories of Little Nemo from multiple Eisner winner Eric Shanower and Eisner nominee Gabriel Rodriguez.  As one of the most influential comic strips of all time, Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland™ could only return if a creative team with a true affinity for[...]

Google's Amazing Little Nemo In Slumberland Google Doodle

I love it when a Google Doodle is comic-related, and this one is rather amazing -- an animated Google Doodle honoring the 107th anniversary of Winsor McCay's Little Nemo in Slumberland  You should be able to see it if it's October 15 where you are.McCay's work in general and Little Nemo in specific has been[...]