Unearthed in a collection of pre-WWII newspaper printing plates, the mid-1930s comic strips Uncle Otto and Harry Karry represent the earliest known cartooning of the great comics and sequential art pioneer Will Eisner.
In these never-before-seen strips you see the young Eisner’s imagination expanding, as he experiments with the possibilities of serialized storytelling and works through his numerous influences.
Contextualized with an exhaustive introduction by Denis Kitchen, these comics document the genesis of one of the most iconic and brilliant cartoonists of all time.
- Wednesday Comics
- Trade Paperback
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