Winsor McCay

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Winsor McCay, a circa anno 1906.

Winsor Zenic McCay (natus ca. die 26 Septembris 1869 in Spring Lake, Michigania, CFA; mortuus die 26 Iulii 1934 Novi Eboraci) fuit cartoonist et animator, notissimus pro comic strip Little Nemo (Latine "Parvus Nemo"), inceptus 1905, et pellicula animata Gertie the Dinosaur, ex anno 1914. Causis legitimis, laborabat per pen name Silas in comic strip Dream of the Rarebit Fiend.

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  • Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend Dover, ISBN 0-486-21347-1
  • Little Nemo in the Palace of Ice and Further Adventures Dover, ISBN 0-486-23234-4
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. I: 1905–1907 Fantagraphics ISBN 0-930193-63-6
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. II: 1907–1908 Fantagraphics ISBN 0-930193-64-4
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. III: 1908–1910 Fantagraphics ISBN 1-56097-025-1
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. IV: 1910–1911 Fantagraphics ISBN 1-56097-045-6
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. V: In the Land of Wonderful Dreams, Part 1: 1911–12 Fantagraphics ISBN 0-924359-35-8
  • The Complete Little Nemo in Slumberland, Vol. VI: In the Land of Wonderful Dreams, Part 2: 1913–14 Fantagraphics ISBN 1-56097-130-4
  • Little Nemo 1905–1914 Taschen, ISBN 3-8228-6300-9
  • The Best of Little Nemo in Slumberland Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, ISBN 1-55670-647-2
  • Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays Sunday Press ISBN 0-9768885-0-5
  • Little Nemo in Slumberland: Many More Splendid Sundays Sunday Press ISBN 0-9768885-5-6
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 1 Checker, ISBN 0-9741664-0-5 (“Tales of the Rarebit Fiend” and “Little Sammy Sneeze”)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 2 Checker, ISBN 0-9741664-7-2 (More “Tales of the Rarebit Fiend” and “Little Sammy Sneeze,” “Centaurs,” “Hungry Henrietta,” and editorial illustrations.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 3 Checker, ISBN 0-9741664-9-9 (More “Tales of the Rarebit Fiend” (1907), “Little Sammy Sneeze,” “A Pilgrim’s Progress,” (1907) and editorial illustrations from New York period.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 4 Checker, ISBN 0-9753808-1-8 (more Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (early 1908), A Pilgrim’s Progress (early 1908), various Little Sammy Sneezes, and New York American editorial cartoons.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 5 Checker, ISBN 0-9753808-2-6 (Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (late 1908), A Pilgrim’s Progress (late 1908), Phoolish Phillip (all), Hungry Henrietta (all), and New York American editorial cartoons.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 6 Checker, ISBN 1-933160-05-5 (“Mr Goodenough”, Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (late 1908), A Pilgrim’s Progress (late 1908), and New York American editorial cartoons.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 7 Checker, ISBN 1-933160-05-5 (illustrations from New York editorial period, and collection of comic strips.)
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 8 Checker, ISBN 1-933160-06-3
  • Winsor McCay: Early Works, Vol. 9 Checker, ISBN 978-1-933160-07-8
  • Daydreams and Nightmares Fantagraphics, ISBN 1-56097-569-5
  • Little Sammy Sneeze Sunday Press ISBN 0-9768885-4-8

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