Society is Nix
Gleeful Anarchy at the Dawn of the American Comic Strip 1895-1915
Review by Lambiek Staff - Jun 18, 2014
From The Yellow Kid to the Captain and the Kids, these are the origins of the American comic strip, created at a time when there were no set styles or formats, when artistic anarchy helped spawn a new medium. This books features the earliest offerings (1895 to 1915) from the famous and lesser-known cartoonists who where there when comics were born; over 150 creations from more then 50 superb artists, most reprinted for the first time ever. And all in the original broadsheet size and brilliant colors. NOTE: Some content may be considered racially offensive, but is included in this book as an essential part of comics history.