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    Weirdo #1 File Copy (Last Gasp, 1981) CGC NM+ 9.6 White pages. With the publication of Weirdo, Robert Crumb made the world safe for "outsider" cartoon art! In addition to offering his own peculiar brand of twisted humor in these pages, Crumb opens the door wide for fellow oddball artists like Peter Bagge, Bruce Duncan, Dori Seda, Terry Boyce, J. D. King, and many other like-minded cartoonists. For twenty-eight issues, Weirdo provided a sorely needed outlet for some of the world's least-recognized talent, and the many fans of Underground Comix remain grateful! This near-prefect copy of the premiere issue comes from the files of publisher Don Donahue. Adult content; not listed in Overstreet. CGC census 5/05: 1 in 9.6, 1 higher. From the collection of Apex Novelties founder Don Donahue.

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    August, 2005
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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