Loac Essentials Volume 11 Tippie, 1945 Hardback
by Edwina Dumm
Collecting the works of one of the most important female cartoonists of alltime, Tippie will appeal to comics readers, students of women's studies,and dog lovers. Edwina Dumm was the country's first femalefull-time editorial cartoonist, and one of its first female syndicated comicstrip creators.
Tippie is truly a Library of American Comics Essential,providing a crucial reading experience and offering perspective on the earlywork of women in the field. Here you'll find a delightful andenlightening year of comic strips starring the lovable shaggy dog named Tippie;his companion, the mischievous young boy named Cap Stubbs; and Cap's wiseGrandma.
The strip, which ran from 1918 to 1966, started as a gag-a-day comic,but by the mid-1940s was clearly a continuing saga about homespun life in asmall town.
LOAC Essentials reprints, one year at a time, the dailynewspaper strips that are essential to comics history, in a format thatpreserves, as closely as possible, the original reader experience.
Byreproducing the strips one per page in an oblong format, it allows us to havethe experience of reading the comics one day at a time.
Each volume containsseminal strips that are unique creations in their right and also contributed tothe advancement of the medium, along with panel-by-panelannotations.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 384 pages
- Publisher: Idea & Design Works
- Publication Date: 13/03/2018
- Category: Cartoons & comic strips
- ISBN: 9781684050130