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Krazy and Ignatz, 1933-1934: Necromancy by the Blue Bean Bush (Krazy and Ignatz)

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This is the fifth in a series reprinting George Herriman's early 20th Century comic strip masterpiece. Most of these strips have not seen print since originally running in Hearst newspapers over 70 years ago. Each volume is edited by the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum's Bill Blackbeard. Krazy & Ignatz 1933-1934 will be a hot-baked brickbat of a volume, adance with ne

Paperback, 120 pages
Published January 17th 2005 by Fantagraphics (first published December 30th 2004)
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1934 had some particularly excellent Kat strips-it's a shame so many had to be reconstructed, are lost, or were skipped to prep 35's switch to color. Can't wait to pick up the next volume!!
Mike Jensen
More stories about the kat and mice, dogs and bricks. They are told with whimsical and sometimes brilliant writing and ingenious design. Sublime.
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George Herriman was born August 2nd, 1880. He was an African-American cartoonist whose comic strip Krazy Kat has been said by many to be America’s greatest cartoon.

Herriman was born in New Orleans, but his Creole family soon moved to California. As a teenager, he contributed drawings to local newspapers. In his early 20s, he moved to New York City and freelanced until newspaper mogul William Rand
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Other Books in the Series

Krazy and Ignatz (1 - 10 of 31 books)
  • Geo Herriman's Krazy Ignatz: The Komplete Kat Komics, 1916 (Krazy & Ignatz Volume 1)
  • Geo. Herriman's Krazy and Ignatz: The Limbo of Useless Unconsciousness (Krazy and Ignatz, Vol. 3)
  • Geo. Herriman's Krazy and Ignatz: Howling Among the Halls of Night (Krazy and Ignatz, Vol. 4)
  • Krazy and Ignatz 1920 Pilgrims on the Road to Nowhere: The Komplete Kat Komics
  • Geo. Herriman's Krazy and Ignatz: Sure As Moons Is Cheeses (Krazy and Ignatz, Vol 6, 1921)
  • Krazy and Ignatz, 1916-1918: Love in a Kestle or Love in a Hut
  • Krazy and Ignatz, 1919-1921: A Kind, Benevolent, and Amiable Brick
  • Krazy and Ignatz, 1922-1924: At Last My Drim of Love Has Come True
  • Krazy and Ignatz, 1927-1928: Love Letters in Ancient Brick
  • Krazy and Ignatz, 1935-1936: A Wild Warmth of Chromatic Gravy
Krazy Kat: The Comic Art of George Herriman Krazy and Ignatz, 1925-1926: There is a Heppy Land Furfur A-waay Krazy and Ignatz, 1927-1928: Love Letters in Ancient Brick Krazy and Ignatz, 1931-1932: A Kat Alilt With Song Krazy and Ignatz, 1929-1930: A Mice, a Brick, a Lovely Night

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