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    Underground Comix - Haight-Ashbury Pedigree Group of 10 (Various Publishers, 1972-81) Average Condition: VF/NM. Includes Fog City Comics #3; Food Comics #1; Lean Years; Mr. Natural #1 (seventh printing), 2 (third printing); The People's Comics (Golden Gate Publishing first edition; "death" of Fritz the Cat); Rip Off Comix #7 (Fat Freddy's Cat), 9 (Freak Brothers, Wonder Wart-Hog); Savage Humor #1; and Young Lust #3 (second printing). Artists include Robert Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Bill Griffith, Dave Sheridan, Kim Deitch, Rand Holmes, and others. Adult content. Each comic book includes a Heritage Haight-Ashbury Collection COA. Approximate 2015 Fogel's Underground Price & Grading Guide value for group = $200. From the Howard Greber Collection.

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