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Little Nemo: 29 July 1906. Little Nemo In Slumberland was artist Winsor McCay’s masterpriece: weekly strips of a gigantic size, chronicling the fantastic dreams of a boy. You can find some digital copies at the Digital Comic Museum, a free and legal sharing service for public-domain golden-age comics. Check them out.

Little Nemo has been collected a few times. I like the “So Many Splendid Sundays” Vol. 1 & 2 because they are printed on large pages like the originals. But if you are looking for a complete collection, you want either the six-volume set published by Fantagraphics, or the two-volume hardcover collections by Checker.

Would you like to dream some more with Little Nemo? Just click Little Nemo in Slumberland Gallery to see all of our exhibits. We also like Dreams, Golden Age Comics, and Dinosaur Comics.