Krazy & Ignatz: 1931-1932 - A Kat A'Lilt With Song

Krazy & Ignatz 1931-1932: "A Kat Alilt with Song" is a hot-baked brickbat of a volume, adance with nearly two full years of the Sunday Krazy Kat (Herriman did not use color until 1935), snug between multiple pages of Herriman extras, including two premiere appearances of Krazy from 1909, never before reprinted; a sports page panorama of graphic fun with the French boxing champion Georges Carpentier; two extremely frank daily strip revelations about Krazy's dubious gender, with komments by Bill Blackbeard; plus an introduction by Blackbeard detailing the miraculous recovery of many of the Sunday pages in this volume from apparent newspaper oblivion, a new Debaffler page, and a stunning layout front and back and throughout by the inimitable Chris Ware!
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Anthropomorphic Comedy
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Page Count

126 Pages

Digital Release Date

April 1 2015

Age Rating

All Ages

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