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  1. GROOVY When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture

    Regular Price: $39.95

    Sale Price $34.95

    It’s all too beautiful! From Woodstock to “The Banana Splits,” from “Sgt. Pepper” to underground papers, comix and rock concert art...Groovy is a far-out trip to the era of lava lamps and love beads. This profusely illustrated hardcover book, in psychedelic color, features interviews with icons: Peter Max, Brian Wilson, Peter Fonda, Melanie, David Cassidy, members of the Jefferson Airplane, Cream, the Doors, the Cowsills and Vanilla Fudge; and cast members of TV shows “The Monkees,” “Laugh-In” and “The Brady Bunch.” Learn More
  2. R CRUMB From the Underground to Genesis

    Regular Price: $49.99

    Sale Price $44.99

    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retrospective with images from his earliest adolescent work to the original art for Zap Comix #1, to published and unpublished underground covers, pages and stories, to sketchbook material.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
  3. ZAP 16

    Regular Price: $14.99

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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
  4. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF FRITZ THE CAT

    Regular Price: $19.99

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    Fritz is a freewheeling feline chiseler who allowed Crumb to express some of his most acidic commentary on American culture...and teen-aged lust. Tragicomedy, farce, and satire all rolled into one, this chronicles the very best of Fritz's adventures from his early days as an idealistic college student to his ultimate fate as a jaded, burned-out superstar! Finally collected in a single volume, essential Fritz stories are a funny, insightful, authentic record of a tumultuous period in American life, crafted with humor and compassion. Learn More
  5. EUGENIE THE STORY OF HER JOURNEY INTO PERVERSION DVD
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    Marie Liljedahl (the luscious star of Inga) is Eugenie, an innocent young woman taken to an island paradise where she is initiated into a world of pleasure and pain controlled by the sinister Dolmance (the legendary Christopher Lee). Jack Taylor (Succubus) and Maria Rohm (Justine) co-star in this legendary erotic classic from Jess Franco. But when she surrenders to her own forbidden fantasies, Eugenie becomes trapped in a frenzy of drugs, sadomasochism and murder. Learn More
  6. MARQUIS DE SADE'S JUSTINE DVD
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    Romina Power (18-year-old daughter of Tyrone Power) stars as Justine, a nubile young virgin cast out of a French orphanage and thrust into a depraved world of prostitution, predatory lesbians, a fugitive murderess (Mercedes McCambridge), bondage, and one supremely sadistic monk (an outrageous performance by Jack Palance). It's a twisted tale of strange desires, perverse pleasures and the ultimate corruption of innocence.Adult themes and nudity, but less graphic than today’s R-rated films. Learn More
  7. THE BEST OF RIP OFF PRESS
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    Underground comics anthology. Artists include Gilbert Shelton, Jaxon, Robert Crumb, Fred Schrier, Dave Sheridan, Spain Rodriguez, Greg Irons, Robert Williams, Jim Franklin, S. Clay Wilson and Foolbert Sturgeon. Learn More
  8. 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
  9. R. CRUMB 2020 Calendar
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    Prolific American cartoonist R. Crumb is known for his satire of modern American culture, as well as creating a nostalgia for the folk culture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. He founded the underground comix publication Zap Comix. This calendar showcases 12 of his fantastic cartoons, including the hugely popular Fritz the Cat, Keep on Truckin’ and covers of his magazine Weirdo. It’s an excellent cross-section of work, with nothing too offensive and seven pieces in full color. Learn More
  10. THE BOOK OF WEIRDO

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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

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