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Krazy & Ignatz in Tiger Tea

4.10  ·  Rating Details  ·  30 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Krazy Kat's most surreal adventures were the famed "Tiger Tea" sequence where Krazy Kat imbibed of the psychedelia-inducing substance. This is George Herriman at his best in the only full-length Krazy Kat adventure story of his career presented in the same era as Terry and the Pirates and Captain Easy.
Krazy & Ignatz: Tiger Tea is printed on hemp paper and showcases a r
Hardcover, 122 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by IDW Publishing
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May 29, 2015 Oana rated it really liked it
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Five out of five stars for anything coming from Herriman's pen.

One star deducted for this particular edition because it's missing a lot. A very truncated version of the Tiger Tea, the book only has a fraction of the three-year adventure and what it does have, I am pretty sure it was in The Comic Art of George Herriman by Patrick McDonnell et al. The book cover has no indication that it's missing so much.

Someone on the Amazon review also complained that the opening essays have nothing new beyon
Mar 18, 2011 g026r rated it really liked it
I'd rate this 5 out of 5 save for the production values. The "panoramic" daily strips have been reformated (generally splitting into two lines them between the 2nd and 3rd panels) to fit on the square pages, and the pages themselves use a texture that becomes distracting to the content. A pity, as it's wonderful stuff otherwise.
Oct 11, 2012 Rodney rated it liked it
Early sequential art. Very influential; nicely trippy & surreal. Good stuff.
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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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