History ComicStrip / LittleNemo

6th Oct '16 5:44:07 AM AmayirotAkago
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* SpiritualSuccessor: Before ''Nemo', [=McCay=] wrote a strip called ''Dream of the Rarebit Fiend'', which was about random people having surreal dreams thanks to eating Welsh rarebit (a kind of cheese stew).

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Before ''Nemo', ''Nemo'', [=McCay=] wrote a strip called ''Dream of the Rarebit Fiend'', which was about random people having surreal dreams thanks to eating Welsh rarebit (a kind of cheese stew).
5th Sep '15 6:58:13 PM nombretomado
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In 1911 [=McCay=] produced a short animated film entitled ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcSp2ej2S00 Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and his Moving Comics]]'', also known simply as ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Nemo_(1911_film) Little Nemo]]'', featuring characters from ''Little Nemo'' comic strip. The film is considered an early landmark in animation and was admitted to the NationalFilmRegistry.

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In 1911 [=McCay=] produced a short animated film entitled ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcSp2ej2S00 Winsor McCay, the Famous Cartoonist of the N.Y. Herald and his Moving Comics]]'', also known simply as ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Nemo_(1911_film) Little Nemo]]'', featuring characters from ''Little Nemo'' comic strip. The film is considered an early landmark in animation and was admitted to the NationalFilmRegistry.UsefulNotes/NationalFilmRegistry.
19th Aug '15 11:15:42 AM Thorion
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* ShoutOut: "Return to Slumberland" features two. The new Nemo having been named after a "cartoon fish" and then there is a character named "Dr. Pill."
20th Nov '14 5:07:47 PM R44SSH
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20th Nov '14 5:06:10 PM R44SSH
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20th Nov '14 2:16:15 PM MagBas
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* MadeASlave: When Flip captures Imp and introduces him to Nemo, he essentially says [[UnfortunateImplications "He belongs to me now."]] There's a reason Imp doesn't show up in the animated movie.

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* MadeASlave: When Flip captures Imp and introduces him to Nemo, he essentially says [[UnfortunateImplications "He belongs to me now."]] There's a reason Imp doesn't show up in the animated movie."
8th Nov '14 9:01:13 PM Surenity
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* CigarChomper: Flip

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* CigarChomper: FlipFlip likes to chain-smoke cigars.
21st Aug '14 9:10:32 AM 876y8iuolh
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21st Aug '14 7:54:17 AM StFan
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A Live-Adaptation was made in 1984, titled ''Film/{{Nemo}}'' or ''Dream One'', and a feature-length AnimatedAdaptation, ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland'', was produced in the late Eighties. A video game adaptation, ''[[VideoGame/LittleNemoTheDreamMaster Little Nemo: The Dream Master]]'', was released by {{Capcom}} for the NES in 1990, as well as an arcade game named simply ''Nemo''. Comic book publisher IDWPublishing and writer Eric Shanower began a sequel series, "Return To Slumberland" in which a modern child named Nemo is invited to Slumberland to become the princess's new playmate.

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A Live-Adaptation was made in 1984, titled ''Film/{{Nemo}}'' or ''Dream One'', and a feature-length AnimatedAdaptation, ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland'', was produced in the late Eighties. A video game adaptation, ''[[VideoGame/LittleNemoTheDreamMaster Little Nemo: The Dream Master]]'', was released by {{Capcom}} for the NES in 1990, as well as an arcade game named simply ''Nemo''. Comic book publisher IDWPublishing Creator/IDWPublishing and writer Eric Shanower began a sequel series, "Return To Slumberland" ''Return to Slumberland'', in which a modern child named Nemo is invited to Slumberland to become the princess's new playmate.
20th Aug '14 11:24:50 PM FigmentJedi
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A Live-Adaptation was made in 1984, titled ''Film/{{Nemo}}'' or ''Dream One'', and a feature-length AnimatedAdaptation, ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland'', was produced in the late Eighties. A video game adaptation, ''[[VideoGame/LittleNemoTheDreamMaster Little Nemo: The Dream Master]]'', was released by {{Capcom}} for the NES in 1990, as well as an arcade game named simply ''Nemo''. Comic book publisher {{IDW}} and writer EricShanower began a sequel series, "Return To Slumberland" in which a modern child named Nemo is invited to Slumberland to become the princess's new playmate.

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A Live-Adaptation was made in 1984, titled ''Film/{{Nemo}}'' or ''Dream One'', and a feature-length AnimatedAdaptation, ''Anime/LittleNemoAdventuresInSlumberland'', was produced in the late Eighties. A video game adaptation, ''[[VideoGame/LittleNemoTheDreamMaster Little Nemo: The Dream Master]]'', was released by {{Capcom}} for the NES in 1990, as well as an arcade game named simply ''Nemo''. Comic book publisher {{IDW}} IDWPublishing and writer EricShanower Eric Shanower began a sequel series, "Return To Slumberland" in which a modern child named Nemo is invited to Slumberland to become the princess's new playmate.
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