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Krupp Dealer's Catalog No. 41 (1981)


Krupp Dealer's Catalog No. 41 (1981)
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    KRUPP DEALER'S CATALOG No. 41 (Fall 1981).

    First announcement for Reed Waller's soon-to-be-celebrated Omaha the Cat Dancer (debuting in Bizarre Sex No. 9). [Kate Worley did not come along till a few issues later.] The big "jam" issue of Will Eisner's Spirit Magazine #30 is announced, featuring guests like Frank Miller, Milton Caniff, Richard Corben, Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Sienkiewicz, John Byrne, Pete Poplaski and many others (50 all told!) Aline-Kominsky-Crumb's Power Pak #2 (in the Crumb documentary she describes how these unsold comics provided "insulation for her publisher's barn"). Nard n' Pat #2 and Phoebe and the Pigeon People #3 (both Jay Lynch) round out the front page. T

    he front cover of Terry Beatty's Mod cover is compared side by side to the Kurtzman Mad #1 cover it parodies. The names of Anarchy Comics and Cocaine Comix alone reflect the marketplace for this catalog. One section offers now-quite-rare underground comix at 50% and 60% off ("Prices Slashed!") Robert Crumb's set of 8 Apex notecards are offered, an early Zippy the Pinhead book, Freak Brothers comix, countless underground and ground level comics, books on drugs, and games (Dealer McDope, Scam and Kilo) along with full sets of Famous Cartoonist Series buttons. A hippie artifact! Tabloid-size (11.5 inches x 17.5 inches) now in two colors on high grade white paper, folded to half size for mailing purposes.From the publisher's personal archives. VF/Near Mint. $8.00


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    Krupp Dealer's Catalog No. 41 (1981)

    KRUPP DEALER'S CATALOG No. 41 (Fall 1981).

    First announcement for Reed Waller's soon-to-be-celebrated Omaha the Cat Dancer (debuting in Bizarre Sex No. 9). [Kate Worley did not come along till a few issues later.] The big "jam" issue of Will Eisner's Spirit Magazine #30 is announced, featuring guests like Frank Miller, Milton Caniff, Richard Corben, Harvey Kurtzman, Bill Sienkiewicz, John Byrne, Pete Poplaski and many others (50 all told!) Aline-Kominsky-Crumb's Power Pak #2 (in the Crumb documentary she describes how these unsold comics provided "insulation for her publisher's barn"). Nard n' Pat #2 and Phoebe and the Pigeon People #3 (both Jay Lynch) round out the front page. T

    he front cover of Terry Beatty's Mod cover is compared side by side to the Kurtzman Mad #1 cover it parodies. The names of Anarchy Comics and Cocaine Comix alone reflect the marketplace for this catalog. One section offers now-quite-rare underground comix at 50% and 60% off ("Prices Slashed!") Robert Crumb's set of 8 Apex notecards are offered, an early Zippy the Pinhead book, Freak Brothers comix, countless underground and ground level comics, books on drugs, and games (Dealer McDope, Scam and Kilo) along with full sets of Famous Cartoonist Series buttons. A hippie artifact! Tabloid-size (11.5 inches x 17.5 inches) now in two colors on high grade white paper, folded to half size for mailing purposes.From the publisher's personal archives. VF/Near Mint. $8.00

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