by Robert Crumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb

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All of Robert Crumb's work from his very influential Weirdo magazine!

Widely considered to be some of his best work ever. Weirdo was a magazine-sized comics anthology created by Robert Crumb in 1981 —published by Last Gasp —which ran for 28 issues.

It served as a "low art” counterpoint to its contemporary highbrow Raw. Early issues of Weirdo reflect Crumb's interests at the time: outsider art, fumetti, Church of the SubGenius-type anti-propaganda and assorted "weirdness.”

The incredibly varied stories include "TV Blues," "Life of Boswell," "People Make me Nervous," "The Old Songs are the Best Songs," "Uncle Bob's Mid-Life Crisis," "Kraft Ebbing's' Psycopathia Sexualis," "Goldilocks," "The Life of Philip K Dick," and many more.

Also within are several photo strip stories featuring Crumb himself and various of his trademark well-built women including his wife Aline Kominsky-Crumb in tales such as "Get in Shape" and "Unfaithful Husband."

Includes color reproductions of Crumb's run of stunning and varied covers from all 28 issues!

Crumb’s sturdy yet vivid art is a star in any decade. Publishers Weekly
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TitleTHE WEIRDO YEARS: 1981-'93
AuthorRobert Crumb, Aline Kominsky-Crumb
Publisher Last Gasp
Page count256
Trim size11" x 8.5" x 1.1"
Weight2.95 lbs
ContentBlack and white illustrations throughout; some pages in color