Krazy & Ignatz: 1935-1936 - A Wild Warmth of Chromatic Gravy

Beginning in 1935, George Herriman added yet another arrow to his by now overstuffed creative quiver, as the Krazy Kat sunday page, which had heretofore run only in black and white, was promoted to full color. This volume collects the first year and half of these chromatically effulgent strips, accompanied by a treasure trove of rarities, as well as an essay by Toronto journalist Jeet Heer that is likely to provide the final word on Herriman's ambiguous and much-debated ethnicity.
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Page Count

119 Pages

Digital Release Date

April 1 2015

Age Rating

All Ages

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