"Nemo the Classic Comics Library" Number 8 August 1984. This edition features the artwork and genius of Harold Gray the creator of Little Orphan Annie. There is a comprehensive strip review by comics historian Kenneth Barker including "everything you wanted to know about Little Orphan Annie", an article by Donal Phelps on the meanings of Gray's images and conventions", and a complete reprint of a classic Little Orphan Annie tale from 1929. There is also rare, unpublished artwork.
Nemo was a magazine devoted to the history and creators of vintage comic strips. Created by comics historian Rick Marschall, it was published between 1983 and 1990 by Fantagraphics. Nemo ran for 31 issues (the last being a double issue) plus one annual. Most issues were edited by Marschall. The title was taken from the classic comic strip Little Nemo.
This vintage magazine is in very good condition. It has some light scuffing on the cover, clean pages and tight staples. Advertisements for Ken Pierce Books and "the Complete Segar Popeye" by Fantagraphics Books are on the inside front and back covers. There is also a ad from The Cartoon Carnival for original Walt Disney cartoon art.
This vintage magazine is in very good condition with a clean cover and pages and a tight binding.
A great vintage magazine for the comic strip enthusiast or budding illustrator.
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