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  1. THE APEX TREASURY OF UNDERGROUND COMICS
    $75.00

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    A truly great collection of the 60s undergrounds comics that includes many of the main conspirators. Includes work by Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb, Will Murphy, Art Spiegelman, Bobby London, Spain, Bill Griffith and others. Learn More
  2. ZAP COMIX NO. 4
    $9.95

    Cover art by Victor Moscoso, with cover price of fifty cents. Illustrated throughout with artwork by Robert Crumb, Victor Moscoso, Robert Williams, Clay Wilson, Gilbert Shelton et al. Learn More
  3. ZAP COMIX NO. 4
    $25.00

    Cover art by Victor Moscoso, with cover price of fifty cents. Illustrated throughout with artwork by Robert Crumb, Victor Moscoso, Robert Williams, Clay Wilson, Gilbert Shelton et al. Learn More
  4. THE COMPLETE RECORD COVER COLLECTION
    $30.00

    A VERY cool collection that even looks like an LP, with a die-cut circular hole in both sides of the slipcase!! Album covers, labels and advertisements beginning in 1968 with Janis Joplin with Big Brother and the Holding Company. Crumb created over 450 illustrations, from modern swing bands to old-time musicians ("Heroes of the Blues") of the '20s and '30s. Many were done for Yazoo Records, a much-loved producer of limited edition LPs of early blues and jazz musicians. Learn More
  5. THE BOOK OF MR. NATURAL
    $60.00

    Robert Crumb's The Book of Mr. Natural is probably the most famous underground comix character of all time, recognizable even to "civilians." Don't miss this opportunity to snatch up this jam-packed collection of comics from one of the all-time masters! Learn More
  6. EAT IT
    $85.00

    Learn how to cook and eat healthy while being amused by black and white Robert Crumb illustrations. Learn More
  7. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF FRITZ THE CAT
    $35.00

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    Crumb's most notorious character, Fritz the Cat, actually appeared in only a handful of stories in the 1960s and '70s, yet his legend lives on, largely in part to Ralph Bakshi's atrocious animated film based on the strip (and which prompted Crumb to kill the character immediately upon the film's release). All of Fritz's appearances are collected here for the first time. Learn More
  8. THE COMPLETE FRITZ THE CAT
    $80.00

    A comic collection of (nearly) all the Fritz stories and strips ever published, plus many previously unpublished drawings and unfinished strips. It's actually not quite complete (missing one story), but it does include a potpourri of stuff, including a Crumb juvenile effort. Learn More
  9. PROMETHEAN ENTERPRISES (ALL KINES COMICS) #4
    $100.00

    The fourth and next to last issue of our underground/comic art fanzine, which got more professional looking with every issue, published from 1969 to 1975. Wonderful cover by noted LA poster and airbrush artist Bob Zoell. Rick Griffin backcover. Wonderful spoof "Comic Book Fans" by Vince Davis, "Blast the Rats," one of the earliest articles on pre-code crime comics, by editor Al Davoren. Also Moscoso, Rob Brown, Johnny Chambers and many others. Edition size was probably 1500. Learn More
  10. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 5 Late 1967 to Early '68 Hardcover
    $125.00

    Volume 5 covers 1967 and 1968, the time when Crumb was crowned King of the Undergrounds, and includes drawings of "flower children" and strips with his famous characters such as Mr. Natural, Shuman the Human, and Eggs Ackley. (And not-so-famous characters such as Bob Dill, the Folk-Singing Pickle.) Unexpected gems and early versions of famous pieces leap out at you as you glance through the book. A case in point this time: remember the famous EVO "Mr. Natural as a vacuum-cleaner salesman" cover, which showed the sage/huckster alarming Mrs. Suburban Housewife? (Fantagraphics used the image on a t-shirt.) This characteristically Crumb-esque piece, symbol of mainstream America's confusion face-to-face with the explosion of the late '60s, appears in an early version here in Volume 5. Learn More

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