New York: The East Village Other, 1967. Newspaper. 32p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly toned, a bit heavier toning at folds, a few small chips and closed tears, mailing label overlapping cover logo, else very good.
Cover photo collage with headlines: "Continent Sinks, Market Plunges, Leary Weds." High points inside: 2/3 page of Crumb strips "Av 'n' Gar" and "Western Man," and 3/4 page "Sunshine Girl" strip by Kim Deitch. More cultural content than usual, Robert Hurwitt profiling the S.F. Mime Troupe in advance of their two week stand at the Film Makers Cinemateque, Mr. Ady analysing political and diplomatic developments in the Kingdom of Sikkim, ramblings by Hugh Romney (Wavy Gravy), Canned Heat interview, long dispatch from Little Rock, and usual ads of the era.