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Grateful Dead Comix No. 7


Grateful Dead Comix No. 7
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    GRATEFUL DEAD COMIX No. 7 (1993)

    Three-eyed skull cover by William Stout. "Alligator" lyric interpretation by Dan Burr, award-winning illustrator of the powerful graphic novel Kings in Disguise. An all-new story, "Scarlet Begonias" by Terry LaBan, based on the mysterious flowered girl he met at a Madison WI Dead concert he attended in 1986. Lara, where are you? Are you reading this? The centerfold by Carole Sobocinski ---"Where's Jerry?"--- hides a tiny Jerry Garcia in a Woodstock-type crowd scene in a hip parody of the children's book series Where's Elmo? "Playin' in the Band" is put to pictures by Chris O'Leary and Tim Truman contributes part II to his ambitious interpretion of Dead lyricist Robert Hunter's rock opera "Eagle Mall." More lively letters section from avid deadheads debating earlier the content of earlier issues.

    Printed on recycled paper with soy inks on a pollution-free web press by Kitchen Sink Press. Color throughout. This is the last issue in the 8.5" x 11" magazine format (two issues followed in the standard comic book size as "Volume 2"). Near mint. $12.00


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    Grateful Dead Comix No. 7

    GRATEFUL DEAD COMIX No. 7 (1993)

    Three-eyed skull cover by William Stout. "Alligator" lyric interpretation by Dan Burr, award-winning illustrator of the powerful graphic novel Kings in Disguise. An all-new story, "Scarlet Begonias" by Terry LaBan, based on the mysterious flowered girl he met at a Madison WI Dead concert he attended in 1986. Lara, where are you? Are you reading this? The centerfold by Carole Sobocinski ---"Where's Jerry?"--- hides a tiny Jerry Garcia in a Woodstock-type crowd scene in a hip parody of the children's book series Where's Elmo? "Playin' in the Band" is put to pictures by Chris O'Leary and Tim Truman contributes part II to his ambitious interpretion of Dead lyricist Robert Hunter's rock opera "Eagle Mall." More lively letters section from avid deadheads debating earlier the content of earlier issues.

    Printed on recycled paper with soy inks on a pollution-free web press by Kitchen Sink Press. Color throughout. This is the last issue in the 8.5" x 11" magazine format (two issues followed in the standard comic book size as "Volume 2"). Near mint. $12.00

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