All items are returnable within ten days in same condition sold. No printings, or editions are listed. About this Item: Print Mint, Berkeley, 1975. Mishkin's Folly, script and art by Kim Deitch. Next up is Arcade The Comics Revue No.
Others by Spiegelman, Griffith, Deitch, Spain, Bill Griffith. Each value pack contains around 3 lbs. Cover art by Robert Crumb. Each issue contained a reprint of work by a cartoonist from the medium's , including , , , , and. Arcade also introduced comic strips from ages past, as well as contemporary literary pieces by writers such as and , and illustrated nonfiction pieces by writers like and. Comics Anthology Edited by Art Spiegelman and Victor Moscosco that bridges the gap between the Underground Comix of the 1960's and 1970's and the new generation of Graphic Novelists including Art Spiegelman. One issue only, 50 pages.
Comics Anthology Edited by Art Spiegelman and Victor Moscosco that bridges the gap between the Underground Comix of the 1960's and 1970's and the new generation of Graphic Novelists including Art Spiegelman. All comics carefully wrapped and sent boxed. Near fine in pictorial stapled wrappers. Please notify us in advance of a return. About fine, with extremely light rubbing along the spine and light soiling along the spine edge and bottom of the white area on the back cover. No tears, creases, bumps or chips.
About this Item: The Print Mint, 1975. Monster Bride, script and art by S. Full color backcover by Victor Moscoso. About this Item: Print Mint, Berkeley, 1975. It ran for only 7 issues from 1975-1976. Crumb, Jay Lynch, Spain, Bill Griffith, Art Speigelman illustrator. Brown, Beiträge von Art Spiegelmann, Bill Griffith, Spain, Kim Deitch, Jay Kinney, Gilbert Shelton, Justin Green, Will Fowler, Jay Lynch, Willy Murphey, Clay Wilson, Robert Williams, George Kuchar, Diane Noomin, Rory Hayes, Aline Kominsky, Mary K.
Arcade 2 - The Comics Revue Copyright 1975 by The Print Mint. To me, it isn't the finest example of underground comics doing what they do best: challenging the status quo and expanding the scope and relevance of comic books in a bold and entertaining way. Dollboy, script and art by Bill Griffith; A ventriloquist's dummy is kidnapped. Signed at the top of the Table of Contents page by Bill Griffith. Crumb, Art Spiegelman, Griffith, Deitch, Spain, Bill Griffith illustrator. Nard 'n' Pat, script and art by Jay Lynch. It is also considered by some to be the most ambitious and accomplished comic book series in the history of comic books.
We also accept consignments of comics and comic art. I'm sorry, I'm just not that keen on seeing Spain Rodriguez illustrate a biography of Joseph Stalin. Getting A Document Stamped At Somerset House, script and art by H. About this Item: The Print Mint, 1975. I decided to start with Arcade The Comics Revue No. Published quarterly by the , it ran for seven issues between and.
We buy everything from large modern collections to individual high value Golden Age and Silver Age books and everything in between. This, combined with distribution problems, retailer indifference, and a general failure to find a devoted audience, led to the magazine's 1976 demise. Social Problems of the Toadettes, script and art by Bill Griffith. Götterdämmerung, script and art by Spain Rodriguez. Full color cover by R. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. This item is not in stock.
Arcade is essential reading for underground comics collectors. I am a bit of a contrarian on both points, quite honestly. Subsequent issues only compounded the problem when the highlights could not make up for the lowlights. The Love Song Of Timothy Leary article. The Mass Psychology Of Disneyworld, script by Jim Hoberman, art by Robert Williams. Crumb, Art Spiegleman, Jay Lynch, Paul Krassner, Spain, Bill Griffith, Gilbert Shelton, S. © 1996 - 2019 AbeBooks Inc.