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Complete Crumb Comics

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ISBN-10: 1560974133

ISBN-13: 9781560974130

Edition: 2011

Authors: Robert Crumb, Peter Bagge, Harvey Pekar, Charles Bukowski

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List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
Publication date: 11/17/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.90" long x 0.40" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Robert Crumb was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 30, 1943. In 1962, he worked for the American Greetings Corporation. He first worked as a color separator before getting promoted to an illustrator position. He entered the public eye as an underground cartoonist during the late 1960s as the creator of Zap Comix. He created such characters as Fritz the Cat, Angelfood McSpade and Mr. Natural. He created cover art for Big Brother and the Holding Company's Cheap Thrills album. His numerous collections include Weirdo, Black and White, Big Ass Comics, People's Comics, Dirty Laundry Comics, The Crumb Family Comics, The R. Crumb Handbook, and The Book of Genesis.

Peter Bagge is the internationally acclaimed, award-winning creator of Buddy Does Seattle and Woman Rebel; he lives and teaches in Seattle, WA.

Charles Bukowski was born in Andernach, Germany, on August 16, 1920. He came to the United States with his parents when he was three years old and spent his early years in poverty. As a young man he was a transient, doing odd jobs. He lived most of his live in boarding houses in the Los Angeles area. He attended Los Angeles City College briefly. He worked for the United States Postal Service for about ten years. Bukowski was at home with street people and his work contains a brutal realism and graphic imagery. He began publishing short stories in the mid-1940s. Starting with Flower, Fist and Bestial Wail in 1959, he produced poetry collections almost once a year. His following had grown by…    

Introduction
Weirdo #9 (Winter, 1983-1984)
Inside front cover
"Arline 'n' Bob and That Thing In the Back Bedroom" (In collaboration with Aline Kominsky-Crumb)
"Mode O'Day and Her Pals"
Weirdo #10 (Summer 1984)
"Mode O'Day and Her Pals"
Weirdo #11 (Fall 1984)
"Goldilocks and the Three Bears"
"Love's Like That!"
Weirdo #12 (Winter, 1985-1986)
"Mode O'Day and Her Pals"
Weirdo #13 (Summer 1985)
"Psychopathia Sexualis"
Weirdo #14 (Fall 1985)
"Where Has It Gone, All the Beautiful Music of Our Grandparents?"
"Life Certainly Is Existential!"
Weirdo #15 (Winter, 1985-1986)
"Comics From Other Planets Dept."
"Gags"
Ad Parody
Color Section
Weirdo #9 cover
Weirdo #10 cover
Weirdo #11 cover
Weirdo #12 cover
Weirdo #13 cover
Weirdo #14 cover
Weirdo #15 cover
Weirdo #15 back cover
The Klezmorim, Streets of Gold record cover (1978)
Charley's Choice sticker (1977)
Alan Weill portrait (1978)
The Otis Brothers record cover (1981)
Louie Bluie poster (1985)
Bring Me Your Love cover (1983)
There's No Business Like Show Business cover (1984)
Texas Crude cover (1984)
Monkey Wrench Gang cover (1985)
Kitchen Sink Press Pinbacks (1983)
Yolo Records label (1979)
Unpublished pastel caricatures of Sophie Crumb (1984)
Miscellaneous Illustrations from 1983
Letters page logo and spot illustration from Weirdo #9
Last Gasp ad from Weirdo #9
Crumb family holiday card
Unpublished Carol Engberg portrait
Crumb postcard from Tom Parker's Rules of Thumb
Unpublished self-portrait
American Splendor #9 (1983)
"Hypothetical Quandry" (written by Harvey Pekar)
Black Sparrow Press promotional illustration (1982)
Charles Bukowski portrait
Charles Bukowski's Bring Me Your Love (1983)
Title page and illustrations
Charles Bukowski's There's No Business Like Show Business (1984)
Title page and illustrations
Ken Weaver's Texas Crude (1984)
Miscellaneous llustrations
Pepper and Stern Rare Books Catalog #29 (1984)
Cover
Poster for The Magazine, a San Francisco used bookstore (c. 1984)
"Get Your Virtual Kicks At The Magazine..."
Co-Evolution Quarterly No. 42 (Summer 1984)
Title and Illustrations for "Meetings with Remarkable Cat Ladies"
Edward Abbey's The Monkey Wrench Gang (Tenth Anniv. Edition, 1985) Miscellaneous illustrations
Zap 11 (1985)
"Constipated Chaos Consortium" (Jam with Spain Rodriguez, Bosirus Eerie, Victor Moscoso, S. Clay Wilson and Robert Williams)
"Jesus People USA"
"Patton"
Miscellaneous Illustrations
Tom Arons and Karen Olson Wedding Party (1983)
Last Gasp Holiday Party Invitation (1984)
Musical BBQ at Crumb Ranch (1982)
Miscellaneous Illustrations from 1984
Birth Announcement for Graham McNamara
Baby Shower invite for Julie McNamara
Crumb family holiday card (with Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Sophie Crumb)
Whole Earth catalog illustrations
Loose in the Streets poster (Jam with Dan O'Neill, Victor Moscoso, and Bob Crabb)