Underground Classics - The Transformation of Comics into Comix

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8 Responses to “Underground Classics - The Transformation of Comics into Comix”

  1. The Thompson Five says:

    How can I get 3-4 books every day to review, instead of paying full price for the books you do review?

  2. Mark Frauenfelder says:

    Start a blog, build an audience, and write to the publisher for review copies.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Denis Kitchen’s company designed it also, it’s really beautifully done, looks like those Comic Art magazines but taken to a grand scale. Only complaint, I wanted more originals, more pages!

  4. Sea Daddy says:

    Man, tried readin’ this toolin’ down the road on my hog, an burnt the livin piss outa my leg on the pipe. My ole lady Bernice ain’t too thrilled. The books good tho….. man, wats this gooey shit?

  5. TroofSeeker says:

    Robert Crumb is mah hee-ro! I’ve still got a collection of first editions from when I worked in a head shop, in’69. I’m still truckin’, Natch.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hey I got #1 underground classics the fabulous furry freak brothers no.1 and many more comics of this kind! Are these worth any money

  7. The Thompson Five says:

    Ok, but what if I’m really dull? Here’s a better question; How do I get you to send me the books after you’ve read them?

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