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Snarf No. 7 (1977)


Snarf No. 7 (1977)
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    SNARF No. 7 (1977)

    An Art Spiegelman cover pays tribute to Vaudeville and wooden leg gags. In Joel Becks Call of the Wild, Yellowstone bears turn the table on humans. Trina Robbins contributes a Rosie the Riveter adventure, Hitlers Double Trouble.

    George Metzger describes his Gypsy Ginger, set in the Sierra Nevada, as nostalgic hippie comic, while Kim Deitch and Sally Cruickshank provide a short Miles Microft mystery, Pups in Paradise. Matriculaton with Kiwi Brown and the Statistics is an unusual look at the education factory by Justin Binky Brown Green.

    Secret Agent by Sharon Rudahl recounts murder and intrigue among Yugoslavian chess masters. And if youre a fan of Howard Cruse or his Barefootz characters you must read How Barefootz was Created.

    Snarf #7 is rounded out by Joel Becks single-pagers Ernie and Al, the Over the Hill Vietnamese Tigers, The Bill Bland Show (featuring the creator of the ubiquitous Happy Face symbol) and Its a Dogs Life. Steve Stiles shows us Dream House Bliss before the holograph projector breaks, and his color back cover reveals a government message: Lets All Kill a Guru!

    A chock-full issue featuring a star-studded cast of cartoonist!

    First printing. Published by Kitchen Sink Press on quality white paper (not newsprint). Adults only. Condition is excellent, as scanned. $20


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    Snarf No. 7 (1977)

    SNARF No. 7 (1977)

    An Art Spiegelman cover pays tribute to Vaudeville and wooden leg gags. In Joel Becks Call of the Wild, Yellowstone bears turn the table on humans. Trina Robbins contributes a Rosie the Riveter adventure, Hitlers Double Trouble.

    George Metzger describes his Gypsy Ginger, set in the Sierra Nevada, as nostalgic hippie comic, while Kim Deitch and Sally Cruickshank provide a short Miles Microft mystery, Pups in Paradise. Matriculaton with Kiwi Brown and the Statistics is an unusual look at the education factory by Justin Binky Brown Green.

    Secret Agent by Sharon Rudahl recounts murder and intrigue among Yugoslavian chess masters. And if youre a fan of Howard Cruse or his Barefootz characters you must read How Barefootz was Created.

    Snarf #7 is rounded out by Joel Becks single-pagers Ernie and Al, the Over the Hill Vietnamese Tigers, The Bill Bland Show (featuring the creator of the ubiquitous Happy Face symbol) and Its a Dogs Life. Steve Stiles shows us Dream House Bliss before the holograph projector breaks, and his color back cover reveals a government message: Lets All Kill a Guru!

    A chock-full issue featuring a star-studded cast of cartoonist!

    First printing. Published by Kitchen Sink Press on quality white paper (not newsprint). Adults only. Condition is excellent, as scanned. $20

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