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    Robert Crumb Weirdo #2 "Bunny Girl" Unused Alternate Cover Illustration Original Art (1981). Very playful image of a young woman with added bunny ears and fluffy "tail," saying "I'm no dum dum!". This is an alternate version of the image used on Crumb's cover art to Weirdo #2, his comics anthology magazine from the 1980s, only a bit more realistic and detailed. Truth be told, we actually prefer this version over the published cover! It's a great piece of "unseen" R. Crumb art, drawn in ink with minor whiteout over graphite on Bristol board. The image area measures approximately 6.5" x 10.5", and the condition is Excellent. Don't be a "dum dum" and let this sweet page slip away! From the Eric Sack Collection.

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