Press: 1935 Nemo

Youngsters who knew the late Winsor Zenic McCay at all remember him for his elaborate editorial cartoons in Sunday Hearstpapers. "Cartoons" they were in subject only. In workmanship, detail, and fantasy they suggested to some critics the exciting drawings of Gustave Dore. On such a Brisbanal theme as the triumph of Knowledge over Prejudice, Artist McCay could produce a startling half-page conception of titanic struggle.

Oldsters remember Winsor McCay less for his editorial drawings than for "Little Nemo," whose Adventures in Slumberland were a high spot of Sunday comic supplements 25 years ago. Nemo...

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