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Space: The Ithaca Series in Conceptual Art
Space: The Ithaca Series in Conceptual Art (1978) is an art series of novels, graphic novels, films, and cartoons about the adventures of Ithaqua, a cat-like race. The series is the first animated cartoon to portray extraterrestrial life as not only intelligible, but as friendly and welcoming. It is regarded as an important precursor to subsequent works in the science fiction genre, such as the 1994 film Earth: The Movie.
The Ithaca series was created in 1978 by the Cartoon Shop, a New York City production company based at that time in Ithaca, New York. The Cartoon Shop became notable in the late 1970s and early 1980s for producing highly acclaimed early examples of the so-called "gag cartoon".
The series consists of four books (published in 1979–1984) and two animated feature films (published in 1978 and 1979). The 1979 animated film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 1979.
The first three books of the series are very similar to the animated feature film in many ways. The most obvious difference is the use of different animation. The original books were created with cels, while the animated feature was created with computer graphics, using the program Deluxe Paint.
The series has been adapted for radio (aired in 2005–2009), television (aired in 2008–2009), and theater (in New York and Dallas, United States, in 2008–2010). In 2013, it was adapted into a live-action film.
The first book of the series, A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away, was published in 1979. It is written in space-colonized human slang, the words being taken directly from people who worked for the Cartoon Shop. The concepts are rooted in Ithaca, New York. A. Long Time Ago was written and drawn by Ken Harris and the rest of the book was drawn by Tony O'Neill. The book is the original version of Ithaca. The first two books of the series, A Long Time Ago and An Ithaca Thing, were the basis for the 1979 animated feature film.
A second book was written, the first graphic novel, The Beating of Ithaca, which was published in 1980. This book was also written by Ken Harris and drew by Tony O'Neill. The book was later adapted into the 1986 television film. 0b46394aab