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Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Unauthorized Krazy + Ignatz “Tiger Tea” Addendum # 8: July 25, 1936

Today’s episode:

Krazy Kat, July 25, 1936

Krazy Kat – Vacation Time is Here! by George Herriman

The Nashville Tennessean, July 25, 1936

The Tiger Tea series was George Herriman’s longest-running Krazy Kat saga. Over the course of a year, the residents of Coconino County wrestled with the comical repercussions of a mysterious tea with hallucinogenic powers. As far as I know, this series has never been reprinted in its entirety.

Nearly 100 large reproductions of Tiger Tea daily strips are available in George Herriman’s Krazy + Ignatz in "Tiger Tea," a beautifully designed collection by Yoe Books. It’s available through Amazon.com and fine bookstores everywhere.

in an effort to make more of these classics available, this Unauthorized Addendum presents some of the comic strips from the Tiger Tea series that didn’t make it into the printed collection. Click here to see more posts in this series.

David Donihue, GreatCaricatures.com


David Donihue, GreatCaricatures.com

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One Response to “The Unauthorized Krazy + Ignatz “Tiger Tea” Addendum # 8: July 25, 1936”

  1. Beth Davies-Stofka Says:

    The book is wonderful and I can’t believe how lucky we are to be able to see the series presented in this fashion. After reading Grant Morrison’s “The Invisibles,” in which hallucinogenics are portrayed as serious tools of enlightenment, it’s a relief to see that some cartoonists saw the funny in the whole idea of getting stoned!

I.T.C.H is looking forward to your thoughts. Please, no flame. Thanks!

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