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  1. EAT IT
    $85.00

    Learn how to cook and eat healthy while being amused by black and white Robert Crumb illustrations. Learn More
  2. 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    A comic collection of (nearly) all the Fritz stories and strips ever published, plus many previously unpublished drawings and unfinished strips.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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 4 Late 1966 to Mid '67 Hardcover
    $200.00

    The R. Crumb Sketchbook series reprints Crumb's personal sketchbooks, the immediate products of Mr. Obsessive Sketcher's genius. Personally selected by the artist, the drawings in these volumes include much material never seen before, not even in the German "2001" editions of the sketchbooks (also long out of print). Volume 4 covers the period from late 1966 to mid '67 and Crumb seems to be preoccupied with cars, radio consoles, Jesus, women and sex. Stinky Finger McFarland and Big Baby and Her Front Porch Gang make an appearance in color. Learn More
  6. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 3 1966 Hardcover
    $200.00

    Every aspect of Robert Crumb is shown off in the handsome third installment of his '60s sketchbook work. There's Crumb the Cartoonist, weighing in with some complete one- and two-page strips featuring, among other things, his famous characters Eggs Ackley and Mr. Natural (the latter of which, incidentally, sports a black beard)... and a rough of the classic "Keep on Truckin'" page, to boot! There's Crumb the Satirist, giving us parody covers and fake ads, not to mention his takes on cultural icons such as Mickey Mouse (of course!), Donald Duck, Heckle & Jeckle, and -- hey! is that Harpo Marx there on page 133? And look, isn't that a young Fritz the Cat? Learn More
  7. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 2 Mid 1965 to Early '66 Hardcover
    $200.00

    A fascinating look into the working mind of the finest cartoonist of the last 30+ years. Volume 2 contains gorgeous selections circa mid-1965 to early 1966. Subjects include portraits of his friends, landscapes, roughed out strips, studies for commercial work, and, of course, girls, girls, girls. Black-and-white illustrations throughout, and 15 pages of color illustrations. Learn More
  8. R. CRUMB SKETCHBOOK Volume 4 Late 1966 to Mid '67 Hardcover
    $200.00

    The R. Crumb Sketchbook series reprints Crumb's personal sketchbooks, the immediate products of Mr. Obsessive Sketcher's genius. Personally selected by the artist, the drawings in these volumes include much material never seen before, not even in the German "2001" editions of the sketchbooks (also long out of print). Volume 4 covers the period from late 1966 to mid '67 and Crumb seems to be preoccupied with cars, radio consoles, Jesus, women and sex. Stinky Finger McFarland and Big Baby and Her Front Porch Gang make an appearance in color. Learn More
  9. THE COMPLETE CRUMB COMICS VOL. 9
    $150.00

    Robert Crumb's long day's journey into the '70s continues with this volume of classic material from 1972 and 1973. The sunny psychedelic era is a fading memory for the counterculture, and Crumb's work of that period reflects a darker, more introspective artist at work. This volume includes Crumb's first collaboration with Harvey Pekar, a long partnership that would help turn Pekar into an alternative comics star. This politically incorrect volume spotlights some of Crumb's most outrageous strips, including the complete contents of XYZ Comics, plus selections from Zap #6, Tales from the Leather Nun, San Francisco, and others. Learn More

  10. THE COMPLETE CRUMB COMICS VOL. 3
    $150.00

    These early volumes of the multiple Harvey and Eisner Award-winning Complete Crumb Comics series have been amongst the most demanded reprints the last few years. Starring Fritz the Cat includes the stories that began to build the Crumb legend: the original Fritz stories from Harvey Kurtzman's Help! magazine in 1965, plus much rare art, some of Crumb's long-lost American Greeting cards from the 60s, and more. First Edition and Signed. #43 of 400. Learn More

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