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XYZ Comics by R. Crumb (7th)


XYZ Comics by R. Crumb (7th)
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    XYZ COMICS by R. Crumb (7th printing).

    XYZ Comics ---"The Last Word in Comics!"--- was first published in 1972. This classic underground comic book leads off with "Cubist Be Bop Comics," a stream-of-consciousness tour de force lasting eight-pages. "Girls, Girls, Girls" follows, Robert Crumb's analytic look at female anatomy that results from reducio absurdem. Several short pieces featuring Bo Bo Bolinski, "Comical Comics," Boingy Baxter, John Q. Public and the tongue-in-cheek nostalgia of "Remember Keep on Truckin'?" are followed by the autobiographical "The Many Faces of R. Crumb." XYZ ends with Robert's "Fuzzy the Bunny," a thinly-disguised piece about his older brother Charles, who suffered from mental illness (as seen in the Terry Zwigoff documentary Crumb).

    First published by Kitchen Sink Press in 1972, the edition offered here is from the 7th and last printing (August 1998). Distinguishing this final edition is the "R. Crumb" added above the XYZ logo and the price tag is $2.95 within a yellow oblong. NM/Mint. Only $3.50


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    XYZ Comics by R. Crumb (7th)

    XYZ COMICS by R. Crumb (7th printing).

    XYZ Comics ---"The Last Word in Comics!"--- was first published in 1972. This classic underground comic book leads off with "Cubist Be Bop Comics," a stream-of-consciousness tour de force lasting eight-pages. "Girls, Girls, Girls" follows, Robert Crumb's analytic look at female anatomy that results from reducio absurdem. Several short pieces featuring Bo Bo Bolinski, "Comical Comics," Boingy Baxter, John Q. Public and the tongue-in-cheek nostalgia of "Remember Keep on Truckin'?" are followed by the autobiographical "The Many Faces of R. Crumb." XYZ ends with Robert's "Fuzzy the Bunny," a thinly-disguised piece about his older brother Charles, who suffered from mental illness (as seen in the Terry Zwigoff documentary Crumb).

    First published by Kitchen Sink Press in 1972, the edition offered here is from the 7th and last printing (August 1998). Distinguishing this final edition is the "R. Crumb" added above the XYZ logo and the price tag is $2.95 within a yellow oblong. NM/Mint. Only $3.50

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