Little Nemo In Slumberland is a classic of sequential illustration – or comic books as we like to call them. This was artist Winsor McCay’s masterpriece: weekly strips, of a gigantic size, chronicling the fantastic dreams of a boy. These comics are now a century old, yet many excellent reprints can be found.
Like other comic books of the time, Little Nemo in Slumberland is now in the public domain, meaning the copyright has expired. That’s right, pirates, you can print and distribute them at will. Digital Comic Museum provides a platform for us to download and upload public domain digital comics in formats compatible with today’s digital comic book reading software. It is a free service and their archives just keep getting bigger and better. Check them out. We scored about a decade of Little Nemo in Slumberland the other afternoon.
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