Winsor McCay's A Pilgrim's Progress
Winsor McCay had another strip called A Pilgrim's Progress by Mr. Bunion. Find its entire run collected here.
Music Video Made With Little Nemo Art
Check out this video for Jascha Hoffman's song "Some Hungry Guy", directed by Benjamin Ahr Harrison. The Little Nemo images all come from this site.
Complete Little Nemo download
I've uploaded all my Little Nemo scans to the Internet Archive. Download them here.
Dream of the Rarebit Fiend
I have uploaded the complete Dream of the Rarebit Fiend collection to the Internet Archive. Here is the link.
Although the site doesn't look too different on the surface, it has been completely reworked and includes some better navigation and browsing capabilities. Check out the new browse page, and try clicking on the terms for any particular episode of a strip and see how you can navigate the taxonomy.
Little Nemo Complete
The complete pre-1923 Little Nemo is now available.
Added PicLens support
I've added support for the PicLens browser plug-in. Here is the description from their website:
"PicLens transforms your browser into a full-screen, 3D experience for photos and videos across the web. Media comes to life via a cinematic presentation that goes beyond the confines of the traditional browser window. Available for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari."
Once installed, just click the PicLens icon in your browser while doing a search to bring up the PicLens gallery.
Happy Independence Day
To all you Americans celebrating the Fourth of July, here is how Nemo and his friends celebrated one hundred years ago.
And here are a few other Independence Day celebrations .
In other site news, I've added the excellent Meeting McCay blog to the books and resources page.
New homepage design
I've redesigned the news page to this two column format. Now, any site news I post will not be knocked off the front page by new strip posts. Everybody wins.
Fun With Thesauri
I've added a new feature to the site. Now, when you search by a term that's part of the Thesaurus for Graphic Materials (the list of headings with which the comics in the Comic Strip Library are described), a helpful list of related terms will be displayed. Try it out by browsing through the clickable "shown" terms on the comic display pages, or by typing in searches like "animals" or "musical instruments". If the term is part of the thesaurus, and contains related terms that are used in the collection, a list of related terms will appear.