No one remembers exactly who made Junk Comix, a self-published Underground detailing the hard humorous facts of the life of a heroin user —according to Last Gasp founder Ron Turner, at the time of publication the artist lived on San Francisco's Divisadero St., near a barber shop called 'New Bill's.'
In the mid-70s, artists were sometimes fined, arrested or challenged in court for addressing taboo subjects such as heroin use —thus, this potentially controversial comic was published unsigned. Junk Comix tells it like it is!
From the back cover: "Why not read Junk Comix, the comic that gets down to the point with no fucking around!!'
'Junk Comix is not just another do-gooder's idea to 'combat' the 'junk problem.' These people out to help junkies are more fucked up than the junkies themselves. Junk Comix neither solicits nor prints the opinions of so-called celebrities who know next to nothing about junk yet are willing to comment on the subject for the right kind of price. This kind of thing is obviously just a lot of bullshit!!"
Please note: Blessed with a "fine/very-fine" condition rating (various cover printing errors). Extremely limited supply!