Dreams in the Media: “The Strange World of Your Dreams”

 


 

Beginning in 1952, cartoonists Joe Simon and Jack Kirby illustrated four issues of the “Strange World of Your Dreams.” The editors even offered to buy your dreams — $25 if your dream was selected. The byline on all of the comics: “What do they mean — Those messages received in sleep?” Apparently it didn’t catch fire, and the series was discontinued. Perhaps if they had consulted with Jung….

 

 

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