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Deep 3-D Comix No. 1


Deep 3-D Comix No. 1
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    DEEP 3-D COMIX No. 1. (1970) First printing.

    Drawn almost entirely by Don Glassford, an early member of the Krupp Comic Works/Kitchen Sink gang, but Denis Kitchen did the back cover and Jay Lynch contributed one 3-D page ("Nard n' Pat"). Most of the gags, given the era, are dope-oriented. Glassford's "Nooter the Computer" looks like a simple reel-to-reel tape recorder... but, hey, this was three decades ago! Deep 3-D was the only underground 3-D comic. Because of its novelty value in 1970 and its enhancement for many acid trips, this comic, not surprisingly, went through several printings. This is a scarce first printing in mint condition and it comes with the original custom 3-D glasses still intact. Kitchen Sink Press.



    Keywords: UG Comix, Underground Comics, Comic Book

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    Deep 3-D Comix No. 1

     

    DEEP 3-D COMIX No. 1. (1970) First printing.

    Drawn almost entirely by Don Glassford, an early member of the Krupp Comic Works/Kitchen Sink gang, but Denis Kitchen did the back cover and Jay Lynch contributed one 3-D page ("Nard n' Pat"). Most of the gags, given the era, are dope-oriented. Glassford's "Nooter the Computer" looks like a simple reel-to-reel tape recorder... but, hey, this was three decades ago! Deep 3-D was the only underground 3-D comic. Because of its novelty value in 1970 and its enhancement for many acid trips, this comic, not surprisingly, went through several printings. This is a scarce first printing in mint condition and it comes with the original custom 3-D glasses still intact. Kitchen Sink Press.



    Keywords: UG Comix, Underground Comics, Comic Book
    $25.00