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eBook The Complete Crumb Comics Vol. 5: Happy Hippy Comix epub
  • ISBN: 093019392X
  • Author: Robert Crumb
  • Genre: Comics
  • Subcategory: Graphic Novels
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fantagraphics; 1st edition (January 17, 1990)
  • Pages: 132 pages
  • ePUB size: 1817 kb
  • FB2 size 1664 kb
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In volume five of the Complete Crumb Comics, the great artist continues to wittily dissect the body of 1960's American society.

In volume five of the Complete Crumb Comics, the great artist continues to wittily dissect the body of 1960's American society.

The Complete Crumb Comics. Publisher: Fantagraphics Books. Writer: Robert Crumb. This long out-of-print first volume of the multiple Harvey and Eisner award- winning Complete Crumb Comics series has been one of our most demanded reprints. Artist: Robert Crumb. Publication date: October 1987. Growing up, Robert and his brother Charles often created their own comic books.

The Complete Crumb Comics : Happy Hippy Comix (volume 5) (Complete Crumb). More of the comics that made Crumb a superstar of the underground. 093019392X (ISBN13: 9780930193928). There's markedly more sex and violence in this volume than in previous ones, as Crumb began pushing the envelope more often. At this point, underground comics were a phenomenon and everyone was exploring the limits of the form.

Bd Comics, Underground Comics, Robert Crumb, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books Art, Fritz The Cat, Alternative Comics .

Bd Comics, Underground Comics, Robert Crumb, Comic Book Covers, Comic Books Art, Fritz The Cat, Alternative Comics, Adult Cartoons, Print Artist. Vintage Collectibles. BLACK and WHITE Comics By Robert Crumb Publisher: Apex Novelties Used VERY GOOD+/-FINE with the usual softness, some cover dinge, surface wear & slight rubbing to covers from age & book being handled, read and stored. Creases at cover bottom right of front cover and some on back IMPORTANT NOTE: Jukloco.

Happy Hippy Comix released by Fantagraphics on July 1, 1990. Robert Crumb artist, cover, writer. The Complete Crumb Comics.

The Complete Crumb Comics The Complete Crumb Comics - Happy Hippy Comix released by Fantagraphics on July 1, 1990. Short summary describing this issue.

Title: The Complete Crumb Comics Author: Crumb, Robert/ Groth, Gary (EDT)/ Fiore, Robert (EDT)/ Boyd, Robert (EDT)/ Groth, Gary/ Fiore, Robert/ Boyd, Robert Publisher: Fantagraphics Books Publication Date: 1990/06/01 Number of Pages: 131 Binding Type: PAPERBACK Library of Congress: BL 00003555 The Complete Crumb Comics: Happy Hippy Comix (Complete Crumb). Complete Crumb Comics.

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Robert R. Crumb, Gary Groth, Robert Fiore. Continuing our ongoing commitment to keep this perennial, canonic series in print, we re-present the most often-demanded volumes in The Complete Crumb Comics series

Robert R. Continuing our ongoing commitment to keep this perennial, canonic series in print, we re-present the most often-demanded volumes in The Complete Crumb Comics series. Vol. 5: "Happy Hippy Comix" spotlights the period from late-1967 through 1969, including the second issue of Zap Comix, the introduction of Angelfood McSpade, Mr. Natural, a long Fritz story, an alternate version of the Cheap Thrills album cover, and more.

Two perennial Crumb collections are now back in print.

Continuing our ongoing commitment to keep this perennial, canonic series in print, we represent two of most often-demanded volumes in The Complete Crumb Comics. Vol. 5: “Happy Hippy Comix” spotlights the period from late-1967 through 1969, including the second issue of ZAP Comix, the introduction of Angelfood McSpade, Mr. Natural, a long Fritz story, an alternate version of the Cheap Thrills album cover, and more! Black & white illustrations throughout with 16 pages of color
Comments: (7)
AGAD
What can I say? It's Crumb at his finest.
Felolune
crumb at the crest
elektron
I've been collecting Crumb since 1971 when I bought copies of Zap (I still have Zap #1 with a 35 cent price tag) & Mr. Natural in Ann Arbor. I started collecting the Complete series when I saw #4 and #6 in Green Brain Comics, in Dearborn, MI. I only need a couple more (not counting #1 & #2, which I don't consider as important stylistically as the rest of the collection).
Roru
Like all (or most, the ones that I have seen) of 19 Volumes of R. Crumb's complete comics, this Volume is a mixed bag. Some of the strips are for fans of his genre: funny, weird, druggy, sick, twisted. But he also mixes in his work with a greeting card companies (not needed) and jazz salutes (who carez!!)
Don't get me wrong! I love Crumb!!! I own his DVD docu from years ago and a watch it once a month. FOR FANS ONLY should be an astute postscript. CCG
Chankane
I really love Crumb's home made and idiosyncratic personal vision. Although there are some great strips in this volume, there are also quite a few that made me cringe. The violence against women thing seemed like it was turned up particularly high in this issue. I'm not a fan of Fritz the cat and there is a lengthy one in this book. I am happy with Fritz' fate in Vol 8. I feel like Vol. 4 is much more interesting and psychedelic. This Volume focuses a lot on sex and violence. Weird considering the title is "Happy Hippy Comix". I guess he was being ironic. He makes a worthy social commentary and makes it clear to me that the whole "hippy thing" was in a lot of ways not so great.
Lianeni
Perhaps best-known for his Janis Joplin Cheap Thrills album cover and the X-rated film adaptation of Fritz the Cat, R. Crumb is the man who in the sixties brought the comics underground to light--a fact which made many with weak stomachs and bad consciences want to close their eyes. But the sublime and grotesque black-and-white drawings insist that you look as Crumb gives play to his sexual fantasies and keen social observations. Crumb draws it as he sees it, lampooning hypocrites of every ilk, from university thinktank eggheads to brutalizing cops to wigged-out counter-culture types with their hippier-than-thou halos and hangups.
Jediathain
In volume five of the Complete Crumb Comics, the great artist continues to wittily dissect the body of 1960's American society. Broad parody ('Neato Keeno Time', 'Hamburger Hi-jinx') rubs shoulders with barbed social commentary ('MOTORCITY Comics' #1, the Fritz the Cat epic, 'Fritz The No-Good') and lighthearted sexual fantasies ('SNATCH Comics' #1 & 2, 'Dirty Dog'). There's also lots of rarities in this volume (ie: the original front cover for Janis Joplin's 'Cheap Thrills' LP, a previously unpublished alternate cover for 'ZAP' #3, a poster for 'The Zap Show' from 1968, comix from 'The East Village Other' and 'Chicago Seed', etc...). For those unfamiliar with Crumb's work, volume five presents a respectable cross section of the oeuvre of the grand old man of Underground Comix.
I love Crumb.
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