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Fritz the No-Good, Crumb, Robert
1 Crumb, Robert Fritz the No-Good
New York Ballantine Books 1972 no Wraps Good 
First thus edition (originally published as part of Fritz the Cat). Stated first printing of this edition. Color illustrated wraps. Small, rectangular oblong format. An underground comic by Robert Crumb, featuring Fritz the Cat and his failed attempt at revolutionary guerrilla work in San Francisco. GOOD condition. General toning, minor soiling and staining to the wraps. Some creasing. Extremities scuffed. Previous owner's name present. Paper toned in the interior. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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King Bee No. 1, Crumb, Robert; Wilson, S. Clay et al
2 Crumb, Robert; Wilson, S. Clay et al King Bee No. 1
San Francisco Apex Novelty, Publisher 1969 no Tabloid Good 
Side folding tabloid style newspaper. 16 by 11 inches. 16 pp. Black and white drawings throughout. First and only issue of this newspaper type piece, publishing underground comix by S. Clay Wilson and other artists. Front cover art by Robert Crumb. GOOD condition. Moderate browning to the paper, heavy along the extremities. Horizontal fold crease present. Paper rather brittle, with some chipping and creasing along the extremities, including minor loss. Some curling along the fore edge. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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Rock Comix #1., Fraga, Gaspar, editor.
3 Fraga, Gaspar, editor. Rock Comix #1.
No Place No Publisher no Wraps Very Good 
No publisher found. Barcelona: ca 1976. Blue and white illustrated wraps. 13 by 9 inches. 16 pp. including covers. Blue and white printed comics throughout. The first issue of this Spanish underground magazine, devoted primarily to Spanish underground comic artists. With work by J. Mariscal and others, some reflecting a style similar to R. Crumb, and some depicting sexual situations. VERY GOOD condition. Moderate browning, mostly along the extremities. Minor foxing. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Okupant X, Panter, Gary
4 Panter, Gary Okupant X
Providence, RI Diana's Bimonthly Press 1981 no Wraps Very Good 
Semi-glossy illustrated wraps. 8 by 5 inches. 36 pp. Black and white illustrations throughout. A short work combining elements of graphic novels and underground comix to present a surrealistic tale of Occupant X. Gary Panter is an American artist and illustrator, working in the 1970s punk scene in Los Angeles for Slash magazine, and embodying an underground comix tone in his work. Panter won Emmy awards for his set designs for Pee Wee's Playhouse in the early 1980s. (See Wikipedia for previous bio). VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning and edgewear to the piece. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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RAT Subterranean News. January 26th-February 9th, Rubin, Jerry et al
5 Rubin, Jerry et al RAT Subterranean News. January 26th-February 9th
New York R.A.T. Publications no Tabloid Good 
No date, presumed 1968. Side folding newspaper, with a single center horizontal fold, believed as issued. Approximately 16 by 11 inches. 24 pp., including covers, with black and white photos and illustrations throughout. An early issue of this newspaper, with coverage of riots in Washington D.C from April 4th-April 8th, referencing the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., coverage of Eugene McCarthy's potential run for president, an essay advocating draft dodging, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate browning. Minor wrinkling and creasing. Light soiling. A few small chips along the extremities. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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