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Recently Reprinted Early Comics
Not sure which of these are still available from shops or the publisher. If not, just get them second hand.



Chat Noir      Feininger      Frost      Gray      Gross      Herriman      Hoffmann      Kley      King      McCay      McDougal     
Messmer      McManus      Opper      Rubino      Saint-Ogan      Segar      Smithsonian Collection...      Sterrett      Verbeek     

Society Is Nix: Gleeful Anarchy At The Dawn of the Newspaper Comic Strip (1896-1915)
2013




Histoires sans paroles du Chat Noir
1998, 54 pages, ISBN: 2-907848-13-5
(out of print)

Lyonel Feininger
The Comic Strip Art of Lyonel Feininger
Fantagraphics $16.95





A.B. Frost
'L'Anthologie A.B. Frost'
2003, 204 pages, bilingue francais/anglais, ISBN : 2-84856-009-6
En coédition avec Fantagraphics Books




A.B. Frost
Stuff and Nonsense
Fantagraphics $24.95






Harold Gray
'Little Orphan Annie'





Harold Gray
'Little Orphan Annie'






Harold Gray
'Little Orphan Annie'





Harold Gray
'Little Orphan Annie'





Milt Gross
The Complete Milt Gross Comic Books and Life Story
Craig Yoe






George Herriman
George Herriman's Krazy Kat: A Celebration of Sundays 1909 - 1944
Edited by Patrick McDonnell & Peter Maresca. Sunday Press, July 2010
George Herriman
Krazy & Ignatz: The Complete Sunday Strips 1925-1934 [2nd Ed.]
Fantagraphics Books, 2008
compiles the first five Krazy Kat & Ignatz soft cover collections books, 1925 through 1934
George Herriman
Krazy & Ignatz: The Complete Sunday Strips 1935-1944 [2nd Ed.]
Fantagraphics Books, 2008
Krazy Kat The Comic Art of George Herriman
Patrick McDonnell, Karen O'Connell, Georgia Riley de Havenon
Abrams, 2004
George Herriman
The Kat Who Walked In Beauty The Panoramic Dailies of 1920
Edited by Derya Ataker. Fantagraphics Books, 2007
George Herriman
Krazy Kat / 'Krazy and Ignatz'















Heinrich Hoffmann
Struwwelpeter





Frank King
Drawn & Quarterly Nr.3 - includes many Gasoline Alley Sunday pages












Frank King
Walt and Skeezix- 1921-1922 (Volume One)
Walt and Skeezix- 1923-1924 (Volume Two)
Walt and Skeezix- 1925-1926 (Volume Three)





Heinrich Kley
Leben und Werk by Alexander Kunkel





Winsor McCay
Dream of the Rarebit Fiend (complete collection)



Winsor McCay
Winsor McCay, His Life and Art - John Canemaker
Winsor McCay
Little Nemo 1905-1914 (Taschen)
Winsor McCay
Dreams of the Rarebit Fiend (Dover)
Winsor McCay
The Rarebit Fiend
Winsor McCay
Little Nemo
Pete Maresca
Winsor McCay
Little Nemo 2
Pete Maresca
Winsor McCay
Little Sammy Sneeze
Pete Maresca





Walt Mcdougal
Queer visitors from the marvellous land of oz






Otto Messmer
Felix - 100 pages of Sundays, plus several sequeces of dailies
Fantagraphics $39.95





George McManus
Bringing Up Father 'From Sea to Shining Sea'
IDW Publishing
George McManus
Bringing Up Father





Fred Opper
Happy Hooligan (NBM)
Fred Opper
The early comics of Fred Opper
$ 13.95





Antonio Rubino, le maestro italien de la bande dessinée enfantine
(traduit de l'italien par Eve Duca)
Textes de présentation de Mario Stefanelli et Fabio Gadducci
2009, 120 pages, ISBN 978-2-7427-8721-0





'L'Art d'Alain Saint-Ogan'
par Thierry Groensteen et Harry Morgan
2007, 112 pages, ISBN 978-2-7427-7106-6





E.C.Segar
Popeye

Ok, Popeye only appeared in 1929. Which fact is among the reasons I chose that year as a cut-off point (also Tintin). But as long as there's no reprint of Segar's pre-Popeye 'Thimble Theatre' (1919-1929) at least the Popeye reprints should be listed here.








Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics
(not in print, but having had a large print-run, it shouldn't be too difficult to find it second-hand.)






Cliff Sterrett
Polly and her Pals - French edition
2005, 120 pages, ISBN 2-84856-032-0





Gustav Verbeek
The Upside Downs
Pete Maresca





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