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  1. R CRUMB From the Underground to Genesis

    Regular Price: $49.99

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    Musée d’Art moderne in Paris, France, presents a premiere exhibit of R. Crumb’s art, a career-spanning retrospective with images from his earliest adolescent work to the original art for Zap Comix #1, to published and unpublished underground covers, pages and stories, to sketchbook material. We like the variety, including full color work, much of this from the original art. And lots of unusual material. Handsome large size, plus five essays and a timeline. Learn More
  2. ZAP 16

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    This blowout issue not only includes work by all eight Zap artists but also three double-page jams by the group. Plus: Zap's first-and-only color section, featuring comics by R. Crumb and Gilbert Shelton (his final Zap Wonder Wart-hog episode, no less). Paul Mavrides provides an alternately embellished version of Gilbert Shelton's and his Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers episode, "Phineas Becomes a Suicide Bomber." Front cover by R. Crumb. Back cover by Moscoso. Black & white with 16 pages of color. Learn More
  3. COMIC BOOK CREATOR #21
    $9.95

    Eric Powell celebrates 20 years of his signature character, The Goon! In a comprehensive career-spanning interview, the creator talks about his background, development of the two-fisted character, and plans for the next quarter-century—including a mouth-watering gallery of rarely seen artwork. Plus CBC editor and author of the new retrospective The Book of Weirdo, Jon B. Cooke, conducts a rare new interview with R. CRUMB, about the artist's work on that legendary humor comics anthology. Learn More
  4. THE BOOK OF WEIRDO

    Regular Price: $39.95

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    The Book of Weirdo is a hugely entertaining examination of Weirdo magazine, Robert Crumb's legendary and long-running humor comics anthology from the 1980s. Crumb himself calls this “a great book” and “the definitive work on the subject.” Weirdo influenced a generation of cartoonists, and served as a creative refuge for underground comix veterans and training ground for new creators. This book features the comprehensive story of the fondly-recalled magazine, along with testimonials from over 130 of the mag's contributors, plus interviews with Weirdo's three editors: Crumb himself, Peter “Hate” Bagge, and Aline Kominsky-Crumb, as well as publisher “Baba Ron” Turner. Learn More
  5. JUMBO MUMBO
    $24.99

    I like this strange little mash-up collecting the fanzine-like Mumbo, which has delighted a very small group of comics fans for many years. Containing interviews, sketchbook pages, his short history of starting a comic store, his Dad's personal diary of combat in WWII Pacific, takes on classic comics from Nancy and Archie's Ginger, to Harvey kid comics, and comic strips from the likes of famous artists like R. Crumb, Denis Kitchen, Jay Lynch and Walt Kelly among others. Jumbo Mumbo collects David Tosh’s personal comics journal for the first time. Learn More
  6. THE GOLDEN AGE OF COMIC FANDOM

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    The book-length history of comic fandom's early years...now revised and expanded. The Fanzines! The Dealers! The Comicons! An American grass roots movement from its humble origins to its status as a true cultural phenomenon. Covers life before the Golden Age, the birth of Alter-Ego, the advent of the amateur comic strip, the first comicons of the 1960s, and much more. Fanzine mania, regional fan scenes, the coming of pro-zines, the first Overstreet Guide (1970), and finally the 1997 fandom reunion in Chicago. Learn More
  7. INK & ANGUISH A Jay Lynch Anthology

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    Jay Lynch was a counterculture Renaissance man whose career as cartoonist, satirist, and archivist spanned over six decades. This book is the definitive anthology of the artist’s life as he contributed to the earliest underground comix, designed timeless novelties, and eventually settled down as a painter. Includes all his signature Nard n’ Pat stories; selections from comics like Bijou Funnies, Turned-On Cuties and Mineshaft; a sampling of his art for Bazooka Joe, Wacky Packages, and Garbage Pail Kids; and collaborations with Art Spiegelman, Robert Crumb, and Ed Piskor. Learn More
  8. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 4 1982-1989

    Regular Price: $40.00

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    Crumb declares in one drawing, above a lovingly rendered tree, “As I get older I get more twisted, convoluted, depraved, cynical, embittered, self-centered, jaded, debauched, ruthless, greedy, conceited, set-in-my-ways, long-winded, absent-minded, prejudiced, closed-minded, misanthropic, nervous…” To prove this self-flagellating analysis he fills the pages with his signature perversions (in country settings), scathing social commentary, cruel self-portraits, experimental cubism… and some lovely sylvan landscape. Learn More
  9. RADICAL AMERICA KOMIKS
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    Radical America, a journal affiliated with Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) published a memorable "underground comix" edition in 1969. Its principal artist and editor, Gilbert Shelton,created new Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers and Wonder Wart-Hog strips.. And brought to the project his Texas pals Frank Stack and Jack Jaxon, S. Clay Wilson, Rory Hayes, >Rick Griffin (one small piece) and Chicago comics innovators Jay Lynch and Skip Williamson. Together they issued a veritable artistic manifesto that retains its rebellious spirit and its rollicking humor. 13-page overview and introduction by Jay Kinney and Buhle. Learn More
  10. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 3 1975-1982

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    Until May 2017, Robert Crumb was simply lauded as the greatest underground artist. Then his cover drawing for the 1969 comic Fritz the Cat sold for a record $717,000, the highest price ever realized for any Crumb original art, and concepts of under- and aboveground went out the window. Now everything Crumb is fast increasing in value; the perfect time for R. Crumb Sketchbook, Volume 3: Jan. 1975–Dec. 1982. Combining volumes 5 and 6 from the $1000 second R. Crumb Sketchbook boxed set, and produced directly from the original artworks now belonging to an ardent French collector, this is one big 444-page Crumb feast. Learn More

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