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Walt Kelly: The Life and Art of the Creator of Pogo HC (2012)

by Thomas Andrae, Walt kelly (Subject, Primary Contributor)

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Just as Fantagraphics Press is beginning a long-overdue complete reprinting of Walt Kelly's "Pogo", along comes an equally overdue biography and homage to Mr. Kelly and his work. Here we have Walt Kelly's beginnings and his early training at the Disney studios, and chapters dealing with various aspects of Kelly and "Pogo", with the most in-depth and lengthy (60 pages) focusing on Pogo's politics. The book is large, sumptuous and well-illustrated, although I had hoped for more in this area. And often the illustrations seem to bear little relation to the chapters they reside in. This is nit-picking, however; the book did much to reaffirm my affection and admiration for a man and his strip that I consider at the head of the great comic strips of American history. ( )
  burnit99 | Jun 4, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 193256389X, Hardcover)

For the first time, an exhaustive look at the art and career of Walt Kelly! From his days at Disney working on such films as Snow White, Fantasia, and Dumbo to his work for Dell comics culminating with Pogo, this full-color art book has it all! Packed with original, never-before-seen artwork, Disney artwork, beautiful examples of Kelly's comic book and book covers, and animation art, this definitive survey of Kelly's career presents essays by Walt Kelly scholars Tom Andrae, Carsten Laqua, and Mark Burstein together with an appreciation by Kelly's stepson, Scott Daley. Also featured is the complete, never-before-printed interview with Ward Kimball, one of Disney's "Nine Old Men," sharing an inside look at Walt Kelly and the Disney studio, as well as a complete, full-color Pogo Sunday sequence.

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