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George Herriman was born in New Orleans in 1880. His comic strip Krazy Kat was named the greatest comic of the 20th century by the editorial staff of The Comics Journal, and he was inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 2013. He died in his sleep in L.A. on April 25, 1944. Because of his admiration for the landscape (which found its way into the lush setting of Krazy Kat), his ashes were scattered in Monument Valley, Coconino County, AZ.
George Herriman. Send holiday cheer with this card by George Herriman. Each set comes with 10 cards and envelopes. Product Details...
The definitive interview with indy-star cartoonist Jeffrey Brown; novelist and comics writer Greg Rucka talks about his soon-to-be-filmed graphic novel Whiteout and more; and a parade of unearthed non-Krazy Kat strips from George Herriman. Product Details...
George Herriman A unique, stand-alone collection of some of the most graphic and brilliantly conceived daily strips ever created, along with many other gems, including the very first stand-alone Krazy & Ignatz strips and more rarities. Product Details...