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“TASCHEN has done connoisseurs of fantasy and fine cartooning a grand service.”
The New York Times
XXL books are a minimum 39 cm (15.4 in.)

Winsor McCays Little Nemo. Gesamtausgabe 1905–1909

Hardcover13.5 x 17.3 in.9.33 lb368 pages80

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Though a diminutive hero of comic narrative, Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo is one of the greatest cultural phenomenons in early 20th-century media and entertainment history. This sparkling reprint includes all 220 of Nemo’s nighttime escapades through Slumberland from 1905 to 1909 alongside a 150-page illustrated essay from art historian Alexander Braun.
XXL books are a minimum 39 cm (15.4 in.)
Winsor McCay. The Complete Little Nemo 1905–1909

Winsor McCay. The Complete Little Nemo 1905–1909


Nocturnal Adventures

Little Nemo in Slumberland, 1905–1909

Little Nemo may be a diminutive hero of comic narrative but he sure stands tall as one of the greatest voyagers of the 20th century. The master creation of Winsor McCay (1869–1934), this small and restless sleeper inspired generations of artists with his weekly adventures from bed to Slumberland, a dream realm of colorful companions, elaborate architecture, psychedelic scenery, and thrilling adventures.

Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo 1905–1909 collects, in glorious full color, all 220 of Nemo’s nocturnal escapades from the period 1905 to 1909. Through them, we delight not only in the splendor of Slumberland, a surreal benchmark for Robert Crumb and Federico Fellini, but also McCay’s pioneering panel layout and storytelling techniques, his timing and pacing, and extraordinary architectural detail.

In the accompanying 150-page illustrated essay, art historian and comics expert Alexander Braun places Winsor McCay’s life and work within the cultural history of the U.S. media and entertainment industry, and explores the immense art historical significance of McCay’s dream narrative. At once an adventure story, visual delight, and piece of cultural history, this publication is a tremendous monument to one of the most innovative pioneers—and one of the most intrepid explorers—of comic history.
The author

Visual artist Alexander Braun (born 1966) has received numerous accolades and scholarships, and his work has appeared in several exhibitions. Alongside his independent artistic activities, he studied art history in Bochum and Berlin (his 1998 doctorate thesis was on the work of the American installation artist Robert Gober). Over the past two decades, Braun has compiled one of the most extensive collections on the history of comics. Since 2008, he has curated several museum exhibits on this topic, including a comprehensive retrospective on the work of Winsor McCay in 2012/2013. In 2011, he founded the German Academy of Comic Art.

Winsor McCays Little Nemo. Gesamtausgabe 1905–1909
Hardcover34.4 x 44 cm4.23 kg368 pages
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