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  1. R. CRUMB: From the Underground to GENESIS
    $40.00

    Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents a premiere retrospective exhibit on one of the greatest illustrators of the past fifty years: Robert Crumb. A founding pioneer of Underground comics, he represents a mythical figure in American counter-culture. His satirical stories tear down moral constraints and provide a sharp critique of society and its absurdities. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. R. CRUMB'S CARLOAD O'COMICS
    $35.00

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    This funny, grotesque book trots out all the old favories--Mr. Natural, the Snoid, Dale Steinberger Jewish Cowgirl, and of course, Crumb himself. Some strips are self-indulgent, and others are just plain weird. Crumb's a faithful mirror of his times: he depicts two guys smoking dope while floating down the river in a barrel--when else but the 1960s? Learn More
  4. R. CRUMB SHORT HISTORY OF AMERICA POSTER
    $30.00

    Robert Crumb is an artist and illustrator recognized for the distinctive style of his drawings and his critical, satirical, subversive view of the American mainstream. While he is perhaps best known for his Keep on Truckin’ and Fritz the Cat cartoons, his "Short History of America" series is an urbanist classic.  Arguably his most timeless image, this series shows the gradual metamorphosis of a single plot of land from virgin wilderness to urban decay in 12 panels. It first appeared in black & white in 1979 in the ecological magazine Co-Evolutionary Quarterly and in Snoid Comics. It was rearranged and colored by Peter Poplaski in 1981 and quickly became Kitchen Sink Press’ best-selling poster. Learn More
  5. PROMETHEAN ENTERPRISES (ALL KINES COMICS) #4
    $125.00

    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
  6. YOUR VIGOR FOR LIFE APPALLS ME
    $20.00

    A unique insight into one of the most celebrated artistic minds of the 20th Century, this collection of 50 letters spans the years 1958-1977, during the course of which a pensive high-school reject emerged into the limelight as American's most celebrated and controversial countercultural cartoonist. Featuring many facsimiles of Crumb's actual handwritten letters, including many never-before-seen sketches that frequently accompanied Crumb's letters. Learn More

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