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    Douglas Comix #nn (Douglas Communications Corp., 1972) Condition: NM. Here's one of the most unusual, and scarce, Underground comics. It's really a catalog for Douglas Books, Records and Films, with each 1-2 page "strip" actually an ad for an individual item for sale. Artists included the cream of Underground cartoonists: Art Spiegelman, Spain Rodriguez, S. Clay Wilson, Denis Kitchen, Jay Lynch, Bobby London, and more. Robert Crumb even makes an appearance, in the "plugs" area. In lesser hands this could have been a disaster, but Douglas Comix ("Hey keed... wanna buy a Douglas?") is very well-written, funny stuff that still holds up today. Finding these little gems in high grade can be tough, but fear not, fellow UG collectors. Your search is over! Listed at $125 in NM in the 2000 Comic Art Price Guide by Jerry Weist.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2004
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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