Little Nemo starred in the Slumberland comic series that ran in the now-defunct New York Herald and New York American newspapers a century ago, and he was as famous then as a certain cartoon clownfish is today. Cartoonist Winsor McKay, who worked at the newspapers published weekly strips in which his protagonist Nemo (Latin for “nobody”) dreamed of reaching Slumberland after going to bed but somehow never managed to get there. Instead, his adventures were plagued by Alice in Wonderland-like perils — Nemo would often descend into a world of nonsensical, perilous proportions, accompanied by dazzling colors and intricate details.
On October 15, to commemorate the 107th anniversary of the first ever published Little Nemo comic strip, Google unveiled an interactive doodle that brings us through Nemo’s numerous wormholes and fantasies, falling through a land of Google letters until he finally awakens back in his bed.
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