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Krazy Kat and one more

Fielding Dawson

Krazy Kat and one more

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Published by [F. Dawson?], Jargon [distributor] in San Francisco, Highlands, N.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementFielding Dawson.
ContributionsDawson, Fielding, 1930-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3554.A948 K74 1955
The Physical Object
Pagination[20] p. ;
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2454596M
LC Control Number87156808

After 40 years' absence, Krazy Kat and her cartoon cronies, last seen in George Herriman's famous comic strip, reappear full-blown in this brilliant and powerful consideration of some very current anx. Krazy Kat Lady's Krafty Kreations February 7 at PM · 3 pairs of Valentine earrings left ($ each) and 6 peach, 3 pink, 2 teal, 2 purple and one black tiger striped hairbrush left ($ each)-see former pics for personalization exampleFollowers: Jan 04,  · Krazy Kat is a solar systemit doesn't mirror or pay homage to anything else but its own thoughtand its thought is expressed by one of the key architects of what we think of as cartooning. Krazy Kat was the crowning work of. Dell Comics published ten Krazy Kat comic books between and '56, and Gold Key reprinted one of them in But these scarcely bear mentioning. In , King Features, following its standard practice upon the departure of a strip's creator, gave Krazy Kat to a new artist. When Hearst saw the result, he asked why his syndicate would.


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His essay on Krazy served as the introduction to the book and it was quite an eye-opener. Apparently Krazy Kat had more symbolism in it than all the novels of Kafka and Mann.

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I got what I asked allesfuersjagen.comers: This Sunday Press collection presents examples of all three iterations of Krazy Kat. The format of the book is laid out to match the unique size of the first, black-and-white pages, while the more standard sized color pages have been reduced and the tabloid color pages have been slightly enlarged (about 5%), all to give the book.

Under the name Screen Gems, the studio produced only one more Krazy Kat cartoon, The Mouse Exterminator in Gene Deitch's Rembrandt Films in Prague, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic) produced Krazy Kat cartoons from tohelping to introduce Herriman's cat to the baby boom generation.

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