Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley Editions, 1989. First Trade Softcover Edition. Softcover. Inscribed & signed by illustrator S. Clay Wilson to Jim McCrary. An important later work by the supreme Beat-&-Beyond innovative literary prophet William S. Burroughs. Featuring seven classic short pieces (or "routines") including "The Thanksgiving Prayer," which was delightfully recited & recorded by WSB as well-known to his aficionados. This is the first trade softcover edition (see Shoaf.....[Item #2911]
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Frankfurt, Germany: Zweitausendeins, 1989. First Edition. Hard Cover in Slipcase. Another of the elusive R. Crumb sketchbooks published in Germany. With translation booklet. Hardcover in cardboard slipcase. Complete with the original Crumb-illustrated wrapping paper present (slightly torn). A must for the serious R. Crumb collector. As New.[Item #1100]
Crumb, Robert. Hamburg, Germany: Ginkgo Press, 1992. Book Folio with slipcase. Cloth. This collection, originally published by Black Sparrow Press as a limited edition in 1990, consists of three classic R. Crumb stories: "The Story O' My Life," "People..Ya Gotta Love 'Em," and "I'm Grateful! I'm Grateful!" This is the Gingko Press limited signed edition. In gray cloth and publisher's slipcase. One of 500 numbered copies signed by R. Crumb...[Item #1102]
R. Crumb. Amsterdam, Holland: Oog and Blik, 1996. First edition. Print. The Duke of Ook is a limited edition silkscreen print published in an edition of 150 numbered copies signed by R. Crumb. This is copy# 148/150. This image of piano man Alan Seidler appears in the Crumb Record Cover book. Approx. 24" x 28" and printed in Holland. In very fine condition, with only some creasing along the white...[Item #1402]
Taschen, 2007. First Edition. Hard Cover. R. Crumb's secret fantasies have little to do with the standard procreative urge, he admits. He has also said he finds nothing more boring than someone else's sexual obsessions, and yet through his long career the world's most famous underground cartoonist has felt compelled to include his own sex fantasies in his art. He explains it as a compulsive catharsis, while fans call R....[Item #1118]
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]
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]
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]
Robert Williams. Seattle, WA: Fantagraphics Books, Inc., 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed to Charles Plymell by Robert Williams A large, lavish production surveying the art of Robert Williams, cult conjurer of images that are truly sui generis, incorporating a panoply of high & low cultural references into a jarring maniacal stew. Williams is also the founder of the renowned monthly art periodical, Juxtapoz. This first edition has a very special...[Item #1721]
New York, NY: Doubleday Anchor, 1967. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. Signed by Yevgeny Yevtushenko to Ken Mikolowski, Co-Founder of Detroit's Visionary Alternative Press. "Two philosophies are now struggling in this world: the philosophy of disbelief, of pessimism, and the philosophy of belief in an enlightened future for humanity. I have seen the living incarnation of this belief in many wonderful people whom I met at Bratsk. In the new Siberia...[Item #2956]
San Francisco, CA: Apex Novelties/The Print Mint, 1968. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. This second number of the iconic series of underground comix features the work of Robert Crumb & introduces Rick Griffin, Victor Moscoso & S. Clay Wilson. A record-breaking milestone of "Adults Only!!" political incorrectness, provocation & psychedelia that continues to resonate in the collective consciousness of global art & culture. This is a first printing, as indicated by...[Item #2206]