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36 review for Forgotten Fantasy: Sunday Comics, 1900-1915

  1. 4 out of 5

    John Porcellino

    I had flipped through some of Sunday Press's previous giant-sized hardbound classic comics collections (they're printed at the original tabloid size of the newspapers where they were first published), and even dropped the big bucks for their Gasoline Alley collection (one of my favorite comics ever), but it wasn't till I sat down with this edition that I really got what all the fuss is about. For the first time, I could imagine being a kid at the time, settling down on the floor with these immen I had flipped through some of Sunday Press's previous giant-sized hardbound classic comics collections (they're printed at the original tabloid size of the newspapers where they were first published), and even dropped the big bucks for their Gasoline Alley collection (one of my favorite comics ever), but it wasn't till I sat down with this edition that I really got what all the fuss is about. For the first time, I could imagine being a kid at the time, settling down on the floor with these immense sheets of artistic brillance and mystery spread before me. It must have been awe-inspiring. These fantasy comics make full use of the resources available to cartoonists of the time-- giant, mesmerizing worlds unfold before your eyes with each turn of the page. Mind-blowing.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Now I finally understand why Sunday comics were critical in newspaper sale. The beauty of these pages are literally indescribable. You need to see in person to appreciate the spell of these pages. Dan Nadel's review at the Comics Journal is well written too. http://www.tcj.com/reviews/forgotten-... Now I finally understand why Sunday comics were critical in newspaper sale. The beauty of these pages are literally indescribable. You need to see in person to appreciate the spell of these pages. Dan Nadel's review at the Comics Journal is well written too. http://www.tcj.com/reviews/forgotten-...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sadie Carter

    One of the most beautiful books I've every seen. Feels like I could fall into the art. One of the most beautiful books I've every seen. Feels like I could fall into the art.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robert Beerbohm

    I supplied some of the comic strip pages for this wonderful tome. One of my favorite comic strip reprint books.

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    Nick Perilli

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    Jenny Schwartzberg

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