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Bijou Funnies No. 4

Chicago, IL: The Bijou Publishing Empire, Inc./The Print Mint, 1970. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The fourth number of this golden-age exemplar of underground comix features several works by Robert Crumb, including a Mr. Natural episode & "Projunior and Honeybunch" (outrageously scatological even for him); Daniel Clyne, Kim Deitch & Skip Williamson. This is the first printing, indicated by "Hey Kids! Adults Only!" in red lettering above title on front cover;... Item #2216

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Bijou Funnies No. 4
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Bijou Funnies No. 2

Chicago, IL: The Bijou Publishing Empire, Inc./The Print Mint, 1970. Second printing. Stapled Wrappers. The second number of this golden-age exemplar of underground comix features two pages of classic work by Robert Crumb (with Itzy & Bitzy, Mr. Natural, Flakey Foont, Eggs Ackles et al.), Kim Deitch, Rory Hayes, Jay Kinney, Jay Lynch, Jim Osborne, Gilbert Shelton (an early appearance of the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers prior to their separate... Item #2215

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Bijou Funnies No. 2
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Zap Comix No. 1

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties, 1968. First Printing (Charles Plymell Edition). Stapled Wrappers. This is the very first printing of Zap Comix No.1, which inaugurated the "underground comix" phenomenon, a highlight of the 1960s counterculture. Robert Crumb illustrated & wrote the entire issue, his subversive genius broke all barriers. Mr. Natural, the "Keep on Truckin'..." figures & other images that made their debut here have resonated in the collective consciousness... Item #2164

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Zap Comix No. 1
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Big Ass Comics No. 1

San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, June 1969. First Printing (?). Stapled Wrappers. A now-classic production by Robert Crumb from the height of the underground comix era. Crumb's feverish & twisted libido is given free rein in such episodes as "Eggs Ackley among the Vulture Demonesses", "Dale Steinberger: The Jewish Cowgirl" & "All Meat Comics." The hair-splitting scholarship among comix Talmudists is particularly complicated, contradictory & still-ongoing for this item... Item #2213

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Big Ass Comics No. 1
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Despair

San Francisco, CA: The Print Mint, 1969. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. From the fevered mind & pen of Robert Crumb comes this iconic underground comix classic. Beckoning the reader to "Plunge into the Depths of Despair," it is the essence of ennui, liberally sprinkled with outrageous sexuality, as only Crumb can depict. A landmark work of the golden age of the counterculture, when all barriers were broken for a turned-on... Item #2217

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Despair
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Motor City Comics No. 1

San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, 1969. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. In this first number of the golden age underground comic, Robert Crumb conjures Lenore Goldberg, a bona fide feminist heroine along with her "Girl Commandos" who nevertheless stays true to his, ah, famously fetishtic fantasies that got him into so much controversy with that very group during its strident early phase. With other adventures, including a wonderful "Hi-Lites... Item #2227

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Motor City Comics No. 1
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Zap Comix No. 0

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/The Print Mint, 1969. Second printing. Stapled Wrappers. Originally drawn & written by Robert Crumb in October 1967 before all the other numbers in the iconic Zap series, Zap Comix No. 0 was lost, (photocopies) recovered, re-touched & first published in late 1968 between Zap Comix numbers 2 & 3. With revolutionary content including "Mr. Natural in Death Valley" & "City of the Future" that have... Item #2203

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Zap Comix No. 0
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Zap Comix No. 0

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/The Print Mint, 1969. Fourth Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Originally drawn & written by Robert Crumb in October 1967 before all the other numbers in the iconic Zap series, Zap Comix No. 0 was lost, (photocopies) recovered, re-touched & first published in late 1968 between Zap Comix numbers 2 & 3. With revolutionary content including "Mr. Natural in Death Valley" & "City of the Future" that have... Item #2204

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Zap Comix No. 0
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Zap Comix No. 1

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/The Print Mint, 1969. Third Printing. Stapled Wrappers. Zap Comix No. 1 inaugurated the "underground comix" phenomenon, a highlight of the 1960s counterculture. Robert Crumb illustrated & wrote the entire issue, his subversive genius broke all barriers. Mr. Natural, the "Keep on Truckin'..." figures & other images that made their debut here have resonated in the collective consciousness, & they continue to influence art & culture... Item #2205

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Zap Comix No. 1
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Motor City Comics No. 2

San Francisco, CA: The Rip Off Press, 1970. Third Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The second & last number of the golden age underground comic entirely written & illustrated by Robert Crumb. In this work of twisted genius, Crumb's struggle between presenting a truly feminist character in the form of Lenore Goldberg & her Girl Commandos, & the un-self-censored expression of his fetishistic-misogynist fantasies is especially pronounced, as the naked amazon Goldberg... Item #2228

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Motor City Comics No. 2
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Uneeda Comix

San Francisco, CA: The Print Mint, 1970. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. A single-issue title entirely written & illustrated by Robert Crumb from the golden age of underground comix. Featuring "Mr. Natural Goes to a Meeting of the Minds"; "Honeybunch Kaminsky "the Drug-Crazed Runaway" in She's Leaving Home" & more. A prime example of Crumb's subversive, twisted genius- the dark humor, satire & misanthropy with a heavy dose of sexual obsession... Item #2232

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Uneeda Comix
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Big Ass Comics No. 2

San Francisco, CA: Rip Off Press, August 1971. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The second & last number of Robert Crumb's notorious unleashing of his feverish fantasies in which "Little Guys Fight it Out with Big Women!" as declared above title on front cover. With "Eggs Ackley in Eggs Escapes" (from entanglements with the bird-headed stout-bodied Demonesses, that is); "A Gurl" & other unforgettably uninhibited episodes. There is even "A Word... Item #2214

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Big Ass Comics No. 2
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Home Grown Funnies

Milwaukee, WI: Kitchen Sink Enterprises, 1971. Third Printing. Stapled Wrappers. A now-classic underground comix production entirely written & illustrated by Robert Crumb. Off-the-meter provocative, demented satire from the golden age of the counterculture. Featuring "Maryjane"; "Angelfood McDevilsfood"; the lengthy "Whiteman meets Big Foot" which takes up most of the issue & "The Desperate Character Writes Again!" on back cover. Simultaneously send-ups & confessionals of Crumb's innermost id, exemplars of his... Item #2223

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Home Grown Funnies
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Mr. Natural No. 1

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/San Francisco Comic Book Company, 1971. Third Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The first issue of the classic underground comic entirely devoted to one of Robert Crumb's most memorable creations- Mr. Natural. With many misadventures of the most outrageous & politically incorrect variety; & a fascinating three-page story, illustrated but largely in text, of "The Origins of Mr. Natural." Originally published in August 1970, this is the third... Item #2225

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Mr. Natural No. 1
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Mr. Natural No. 2

San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Comic Book Company, 1971. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The second number in the series entirely devoted to one of Robert Crumb's most acclaimed underground comic creations- Mr. Natural. With several episodes featuring Flakey Foont, Mr. Natural's protege-sidekick, & much more. An inimitable, ingenious work of the imagination, the epitome of the 1960s counterculture just starting to curdle into disillusionment & self-parody at the beginning of... Item #2226

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Mr. Natural No. 2
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The People's Comics

San Francisco, CA: The Golden Gate Publishing Company, 1972. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. The one & only issue of this quintessential production by Robert Crumb, subtitled "A Comic for the Broad Masses!" on front cover. Featuring "Fritz the Cat-"Superstar"" in which his famous feline creation is dispatched by a bird-woman with an ice pick. Legend has it that Crumb wanted to end any further treatments of Fritz after being disappointed... Item #2229

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The People's Comics
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Funny Animals

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties, 1972. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. A very special production from the golden age of underground comix. Features the first appearance of "Maus" by Art Spiegelman, which much later & in different, expanded two-part form would earn the Pulitzer Prize. Also "What a World!" parts one & two by Robert Crumb with his infamous urban-hipster cat & bird-woman characters; a "Trots and Bonnie" episode with very... Item #2222

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Funny Animals
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Reality Sandwiches

Paris, France: Christian Bourgois Editeur, 1972. First French Edition. Softcover. Originally published in 1963 as Number Eighteen in the iconic Pocket Poets Series of City Lights Books, this is the first French edition, first printing of March 1972. With English text on left pages, & French text on right pages. The translators are Mary Beach & Claude Pelieu, the important wife-husband team in art, writing & publishing. They knew &... Item #2240

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Reality Sandwiches
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Concerning Poetry, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 1968

Bellingham, WA: Western Washington State College, 1968. First Printing. Softcover. This second number of the venerable literary journal, published by Western Washington State College under the sponsorship of its Department of English, features contributions of one poem each by Allen Ginsberg & his father, Louis Ginsberg. Allen Ginsberg's poem is untitled, with the first line "O Future bards." This poem was later reprinted in the major anthology, Allen Ginsberg: Collected... Item #2242

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Concerning Poetry, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 1968
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Reality Sandwiches

San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1969. Ninth Printing. Softcover. Signed & dated by Allen Ginsberg. The fourth book of poetry by Allen Ginsberg in the iconic Pocket Poets Series issued by Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Books. Originally published in 1963 & printed in the UK, the first American edition (fourth or fifth printing per Allen Ginsberg Bibliography compiled by George Dowden, City Lights Books, San Francisco, CA: 1971, pgs... Item #2238

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Reality Sandwiches
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Allen Ginsberg in America, First Softcover Edition; with: Promotional Board for New Edition

New York, NY: Vintage Books, 1970; circa 1997. First Softcover Edition; original ephemera. Softcover. "...the image of the man is so delightfully clear and impressive....That Ginsberg takes the book away from itself is proof of Kramer's skill and Ginsberg's magnificent personality..."(from back cover blurb by John Greenya) Two rarities relating to the early, acclaimed biography of Allen Ginsberg by Jane Kramer: (1) First softcover edition of February 1970 as stated... Item #2244

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Allen Ginsberg in America, First Softcover Edition; with: Promotional Board for New Edition
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Poems All Over the Place -Mostly 'Seventies-

Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1978. First Edition. Softcover. "This book is a miscellany: an archive of early strong fragments constellated around Howl between late '50's and early '60's decade; to which are added a number of poems, written & read often in public during the '70's, not included in Mind breaths; and a handful of private Journal pages of public record or interest since they manifest part of... Item #2245

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Poems All Over the Place -Mostly 'Seventies-
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"Krazy Kat" No. 1

Menomonee Falls, WI: Street Enterprises, 1973. First Edition Thus. Stapled Wrappers. The first volume & number of the reprinted series of Krazy Kat comic strips. The copyright information on inner front cover refers to the episodes being originally published during July through October of 1935, although the British copyright information on the first panel of each episode is dated 1933. This series was a revival of Krazy Kat at the... Item #2224

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"Krazy Kat" No. 1
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Incredible Facts o'Life Sex Education Funnies

San Francisco, CA: Multi Media Resource Center/The Rip Off Press, 1972. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This famous relic of the underground comix golden age features episodes by Robert Crumb; Shary Flenniken ("Trots and Bonnie" as would appear in classic issues of The National Lampoon); Gilbert Shelton of Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers fame ("Fat Freddy gets the Clap") & others. As stated on cover, "Real facts about birth control, abortion, V.D.... Item #2221

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Incredible Facts o'Life Sex Education Funnies
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Jiz Comics

San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/The Print Mint, 1969. Second Printing (?). Stapled Wrappers. The notorious small-format (5"x7") booklet from the golden age of underground comix, the most provocative production of that era along with its cohorts Felch, Pork & Snatch. With over-the-top depictions of sexual fantasies & obsessions by Robert Crumb, Rick Griffin, Spain Rodriguez, S. Clay Wilson & other primary writer-illustrators of the 1960s countercultural heyday. Crumb's front &... Item #2233

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Jiz Comics


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