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  1. VAUGH BODE'S DEADBONE
    $100.00

    Vaughn Bode, along with his fantastical cartoon art - "Junkwaffel", The Man, Cheech Wizard and the fantasy world of Deadbone with its Lizards and Broads - quickly entered into the cartoon Pantheon ... into the Underground Comix Mythology. This is a second edition softcover. Learn More
  2. VAUGHN BODE AT SYRACUSE 1965-66 ORANGE BODE
    $150.00

    A collection of black and white cartoons done by Vaughn Bode during his time at Syracuse University in 1965-66. Here you will find the early incarnations of Cheech Wizard, Cobalt 60 and other characters. This early work was never before collected and I don't believe it has been collected, at least not all of this, since then. This was a specialty publication from a very small publisher and was actually a catalog of artwork he was selling. Story has it Bode, "after turning pro, went back and destroyed most of this early work." Learn More
  3. VAUGHN BODE'S POEM TOONS
    $40.00

    A collection of poems and artwork by the late, great Vaughn Bode - Includes introductions by Berni Wrightson, Richard Corben, Moebius and others and an afterword by Fred A. Levy Haskell. 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. STAR SPANGLED BANTER
    $100.00

    From the collection of WWII cartoons by Sgt. Bill Mauldin, author of "Up Front". Great find for the collector of old scarce war cartoons! Learn More
  6. THE BEST OF LI'L ABNER
    $60.00

    Cartoonist Al Capp presents 26 of his favorite sequences from his cartoon strip. Learn More
  7. ACCIDENTAL AMBASSADOR GORDO
    $75.00

    The comic strip Gordo was published in U.S. newspapers for 44 years (1941-1985). For almost all of this run its creator Gus Arriola was the most visible American of Mexican descent working as a syndicated cartoonist. Gordo recounts the humorous adventures and amorous preoccupations of a portly Mexican bean farmer, his perspicacious nephew, the menagerie of their farm animals, and citizens of their village. Learn More
  8. THE COMPLETE CLASSIC ADVENTURES OF ZORRO Volume Two
    $30.00

    Six further adventures of Zorro, as drawn by Alex Toth. Toth, who defined how action/adventure stories are told, set the standard for comic book storytelling with his Zorro tales, cited by comic book artists, historians, and fans as some of Toth’s best work. The swashbuckling derring-do of the first masked vigilante: Zorro. Fans of westerns, high-romance and adventure will find their palates pleased with these fun stories. Zorro first appeared in 1919 for the pulp All-Story Magazine and has since had a long and varied career, from serials to film, newspaper strips to comics and television. Learn More
  9. RAP MASTER RONNIE
    $75.00

    This was first produced as a cabaret show and opened in NYC. This transcription of the show is accompanied by pertinent Doonesbury strips. An uncommon Trudeau item. No dust jacket issued. Learn More
  10. RAP MASTER RONNIE
    $75.00

    This was first produced as a cabaret show and opened in NYC. This transcription of the show is accompanied by pertinent Doonesbury strips. An uncommon Trudeau item. No dust jacket issued. Learn More

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