1911 “Little Nemo” Film Inducted Into National Film Registry

From the Library of Congress:

This classic work, a mix of live action and animation, was adapted from Winsor McCay’s famed 1905 comic strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland." Its fluidity, graphics and story-telling was light years beyond other films made during that time. A seminal figure in both animation and comic art, McCay profoundly influenced many generations of future animators, including Walt Disney.

See the other 24 films tapped for preservation here.

And now, without any further adieu:

Feed Me!

We’re making lots of little changes here at Andertoons lately.

We recently added the mouseover enlarge feature, coupons are now up and running, and today we’re launching a new look for the daily cartoon email/rss feed:


Not only is it cleaned up a bit, but there’s a ton of new ways to share the cartoon.

To the right of the cartoons there are links for Facebook, Twitter and StumbleUpon that will put the cartoon right where you want it lickety split!

So if you like a cartoon, please feel free to share it with your family, friends, and followers, and help make the web a funnier place.


(Note – It may take a day or so for the feed to change in your reader/email. Also, Google Reader users, the Tweet feature won’t work for you. Sorry. Something with the way Google handles URLs.)

Andertoons Cartoon Sale Ending Soon

cartoon-sale-2.jpgDon’t forget, there’s only a few days left to take advantage of Andertoons’ year end cartoon sale!

From now until the end of the year, enter the code 2009 during checkout, and receive 21% of your entire order. (20.09% off would have been more fun, but a headache for my developer.)

Don’t miss out!

(Click here to see how to enter coupons during checkout. It’s really easy!)