Tag Archives: Harold Gray

“Magic is Bunk, o’course… Still… Whaddyuh Know?” The Curious Pull of Harold Gray’s Little Orphan Annie

Frank Young takes a look back at Harold Gray’s groundbreaking, fun, and (occasionally) Little Orphan Annie. Continue reading


Art Young Returns, and Nine More

At the top of Tumey’s stack of favorite books of 2017 sits a thick, five-pound book with about 800 old cartoons which are mostly political. Continue reading


The Orphan’s Epic

How Annie and Her Dog Sandy Lasted for Almost 86 Years.
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Five Aspects of the Reprint High Renaissance

It’s as if a hive decision was arrived at among publishers to produce, once and for all, a comprehensive national comics library in print. Continue reading