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Melody Promotional Poster (1990) Comix Autobiography of a Nude Dancer


Melody Promotional Poster (1990) Comix Autobiography of a Nude Dancer
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    MELODY (Comix Autobiography of a Nude Dancer) Promotional Poster (1990)

    The underground comic series MELODY not only put the "strip" back into comic strip, it was a delicious autobiographical story on several levels. Canadian stripper Sylvie Rancourt began self-publishing mini-comics for her customers when cartoonist
    Jacques Boivin discovered them. Though the art was less than professional, the stories were great and he was intrigued. Encouraged by publisher Denis Kitchen, the two began a collaboration on Sylvie's fascinating life story: an inside look at the frequently sordid business of strip clubs as well as an insight into the times, her personal relationships, strong feminist feelings and sharp business instincts.

    In 1990, well into the series, Kitchen Sink Press issued this promotional poster for comics shops, featuring excerpts from the story, the cover to Melody #10 and quotes from reviewers such as Heidi MacDonald. 11 x 17 inches, two colors, on a card stock with a high gloss UV surface. Mint condition.

    MELODY FANS:
    We also have two different inexpensive Melody buttons in stock and ask us about softcover and S&N hardcover editions of The Orgies of Abitibi and a very rare signed limited hardcover of Sylvie's own comics.

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    Melody Promotional Poster (1990) Comix Autobiography of a Nude Dancer
    MELODY (Comix Autobiography of a Nude Dancer) Promotional Poster (1990)

    The underground comic series MELODY not only put the "strip" back into comic strip, it was a delicious autobiographical story on several levels. Canadian stripper Sylvie Rancourt began self-publishing mini-comics for her customers when cartoonist
    Jacques Boivin discovered them. Though the art was less than professional, the stories were great and he was intrigued. Encouraged by publisher Denis Kitchen, the two began a collaboration on Sylvie's fascinating life story: an inside look at the frequently sordid business of strip clubs as well as an insight into the times, her personal relationships, strong feminist feelings and sharp business instincts.

    In 1990, well into the series, Kitchen Sink Press issued this promotional poster for comics shops, featuring excerpts from the story, the cover to Melody #10 and quotes from reviewers such as Heidi MacDonald. 11 x 17 inches, two colors, on a card stock with a high gloss UV surface. Mint condition.

    MELODY FANS:
    We also have two different inexpensive Melody buttons in stock and ask us about softcover and S&N hardcover editions of The Orgies of Abitibi and a very rare signed limited hardcover of Sylvie's own comics.
    $10.00