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Super Soul Comix No. 1 (1972)


Super Soul Comix No. 1 (1972)
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    SUPER SOUL COMIX  No. 1 (1972)

    The late Richard Grass Green was the most prominent and prolific African-American cartoonist involved in underground comix.  He was also involved in the early development of amateur fanzines, offering the first organized discussions of comic books, particularly costumed heroes.

    This devotion to superheroes, combined with an audacious attitude toward women, sex, and especially interracial sex, made Super Soul Comix politically incorrect even in its freewheeling day, and thats not likely to change.

    First (and only) printing. Published by Kitchen Sink Press. Adults only. Condition is excellent, as scanned. $6

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    Super Soul Comix No. 1 (1972)

    SUPER SOUL COMIX  No. 1 (1972)

    The late Richard Grass Green was the most prominent and prolific African-American cartoonist involved in underground comix.  He was also involved in the early development of amateur fanzines, offering the first organized discussions of comic books, particularly costumed heroes.

    This devotion to superheroes, combined with an audacious attitude toward women, sex, and especially interracial sex, made Super Soul Comix politically incorrect even in its freewheeling day, and thats not likely to change.

    First (and only) printing. Published by Kitchen Sink Press. Adults only. Condition is excellent, as scanned. $6
    $6.00