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    Snarf Comix Group (Kitchen Sink, 1972-78). This anthology title features art by some of the top names in Underground Comix, including Denis Kitchen, Robert Crumb, Jay Lynch, and many others. Included in this lot: #1 (first printing, FN), #2 (first printing, FN+), #3 (Harvey Kurtzman cover, first printing, VG), #4 (Will Eisner cover, first printing, VG/FN), #5 (first printing, FN), #6 (R. Crumb cover, first printing, VG, price sticker stain on cover), #7 (first printing, VF+); and the surreal special issue, Mondo Snarfo (second, FN/VF). Approximate Fogel's Underground Comix Price Guide value for group = $120. Adult themes.

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    October, 2006
    8th Sunday
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