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Andrae, Thomas and Carsten Laqua, eds. Walt Kelly: The life and art of the creator of pogo. Neshannock: Hermes, 2012. 
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Resource type: Book
Language: en: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 1-932563-89-X
BibTeX citation key: Andrae2012
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Categories: General
Keywords: "Pogo", Biography, Collection of essays, Comic strip, Disney comics, Interview, Kelly. Walt, USA
Creators: Andrae, Laqua
Publisher: Hermes (Neshannock)
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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 his work on Pogo, this full color art book has it all! Full of 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 Me,” sharing an inside look at Walt Kelly and the Disney studio. Also featured is a complete full color PogoSunday sequence.

Table of Contents

Walt Kelly, an Overview
Walt Kelly at Disney Studio
Ward Kimball Remembers Walt Kelly
Walt Kelly – The Comic Strip as a Work of Art
Walt Kelly – First Pogo Strips
Walt, Wit, and Wordplay
Pogo’s Politics
The Comic Book Pogo
The Pogo Paperbacks
The Animated Pogo
Holiday Art
Illustrations, Other Stuff, and Nonsense
Prehysterical Pogo Sundays
Walt Kelly Up Close

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