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    The Funny Papers #1-3 Group (Saiger & Morse, 1975). The idea of a "hippie newspaper" was kicked around a lot in the late 1960s-'70s; here's a rather late attempt at creating a tabloid-sized paper that included the best of the Underground Comix artists (Robert Crumb, Vaughn Bode, and others) in color, along with "cool" news stories, reviews, columns by hipsters like R. Crumb's ex, Dana (a cooking column, of course); add to that eclectic mix, a few choice old comic reprints (Little Nemo, Smoky Stover), and games. Far out! These three issues represent the entire run; issue #1 grades VG (folded), #2 is VG+ (folded), and #3 is FN (unfolded.)

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