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Crumb advocates violent overthrow


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Catawiki number: 155111
Category: Comic Books
Title: Crumb advocates violent overthrow
Series / hero: Complete Crumb Comics, The
Collection / set: Fantagraphics Books publications
Issue Number: 10
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Artist: Crumb, RobertIcon-information
Writer / scripter: Crumb, RobertIcon-information
Publisher: Fantagraphics Books
Release Year: 1997
Cover Type: Soft cover
Print Run: First edition
Colouring: Partly coloured
ISBN: 1-56097-137-1
Number produced:  
Number of Pages:  
Dimensions: ? x ? cm
Type: Collection
Language / dialect: English
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The Underground Comix Era climaxed with Arcade — forerunner of both Weirdo and RAW — and this volume of The Complete Crumb Comics features Robert Crumb's typically brilliant contributions to the magazine's first year: For example : "Big Ass Topics", "Let's Talk Sense About This Here Modern America," a vintage Crumb rant, where Bob takes on everything invented after, oh, 1932 or so. Youth culture — ugh. Pop music — ack. Mass media — arrrghh! "That's right kids, I'm just a crabby old kill-joy!" says R.C., "That's Life!" covers the very short life of country musician Tommy Grady — he was gunned down in 1931, shortly after his first recording, done in a makeshift studio in a Memphis hotel room. This is one of Crumb's earliest blues musician bios, and also a tribute to old record collectors, "Frosty the Snowman and His Friends" brings in a little holiday cheer when Crumb has his lovable cartoon characters blow up Nelson Rockefeller's mansion! Fight the Capitalist Oppressor! And... Merry Christmas!
Submission date: 02-12-2008 23:15:44
Submitted by: alkyoto
Last updated on: 29-12-2014 22:32:46
Last updated by: Jilles
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Mint: € 20.00
Fine: € 15.00
Good: € 10.00
Fair: € 5.00
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Story title: Volume 10
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Series / hero: Complete Crumb Comics, The
Artist: Crumb, Robert
Writer / scripter: Crumb, Robert
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