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San Francisco: David Information Network, 1985. Single 5.5x8.5 inch leaflet printed one-side only on blue stock, cartoon by Robert of Dorothy, Toto and a tornado taking away her house at 18th and Castro, very good. "Just Visiting? Our Community would like to welcome you!" Dorothy says: "Toto...I don't think we're.....
Los Angeles: www.famousframes.com, not shown, perhaps 2000. Unpaginated, about one hundred pages of mini-portfolios in color (one artist to a page, printed rectos only), plus ten or so company-statement leaves, every leaf printed on light cardstock and all super-securely bound with tough thick translucent plastic cover sheets and dividers. The.....
Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 1979. 84p., each page an illustration in full color, captioned; color decorated 8 x 7 inch wraps, mildly edgeworn with a short tear at one corner repaired with archival-grade tape. "based on the widely-acclaimed colour cartoon film.." Intricate color work, apparently direct from animators' easels, "84.....
New York: Trans-High Corporation, 1977. Magazine. 114p., 8.25x11 inches, slick magazine, illus., mild toning on some pages, else very good. This issue of the archetypal drugs and counter-culture magazine is most distinguished by containing the 7-page "premier issue" of VAMP: Fantasy and Humor by Women, edited by Terry Richards and.....
[Waukesha, WI]: RTE Corporation, n.d. [16p.], wraps, 6.5x4.25 inches, very good. Not in OCLC. Small comic book-style booklet illustrating the unethical conduct of a fictional employee, resulting in his losing his job. "Disregard of the rules and regulations implies a disinterest in the organization and of remaining a member of.....
Luxembourg: Oficina de Publicaciones Oficiales de las Comunidades Europeas, 1998. 31p., staplebound pamphlet, 8.25x11.75 inches. Mild handling wear. Spanish language edition of an anti-racist education pamphlet in the form of comic strips, put out by the European Commission for teachers and students.
Somerville, MA: Radical America, 1979. Full year run, wraps, various lengths. (64-79 pages). Wraps somewhat smudged or worn on some numbers. Topics include cartooning, the Iranian left, Gay politics in California, feminism and Leninism, pornography and socialist morality, Black feminism in Boston, a biography of Alexandra Kollontai, a piece by.....
New York: Moses King, 1912. [12p.], edgeworn wraps, thoroughly illustrated with drawings and photographs from Harper's and Leslie's showing unemployment and destitution in the 1890s. The back cover contains a chronology of events including strikes and runs on banks. Pro-Republican booklet supporting the Taft campaign, targeted at working men.
Concord NH: Yachting Publishing Corporation, 1941. Magazine. Each 106p.; entire copies of the magazine; a plush production for luxury-boat owners, 12.5x9.5 inch slick color cover with b&w guts printed beautifully on alkaline coated paperstock. Similar condition: general light edgewear with abraded spine panels, each having half-inch chips at the tail.....
Santa Cruz: American Farceological Association, 1977. 32p., 11x8.5 inches, illustrated with photos and cartoons/comix, signed, very good booklet in original stapled pictorial wraps. Humor magazine from Santa Cruz signed by 7 of the authors/artists including "Deep Cover" cartoonist Tim Eagan.
Stanford, CA: EPGY Summer Institutes, 2011. Paperback. unpaginated, 6.5x10.25 inches, paperback, illus., very good condition. An anthology of comic stories produced by participants in Stanford's 2011 Education Program for Gifted Youth. Based on the evidence in this anthology, the youths were unevenly gifted in the art department. Much influence by.....
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1958. Hardcover. x, 104p., [iii] foreword, illustrated with comic drawings, very good first edition stated in quarter-cloth pictorial boards, price-clipped and worn red, very Red dj. "A brief and objective history of Russian Communism, the objective being to leave not one stone, but many, unturned, to state.....
Paris: Self-published by the author, 1980. Paperback. [96p] 11.75x8.75 inches landscape format, text in French, lightly-worn cartoon book trade paperback in white pictorial wraps. Political cartoons from the 1970s by a street cartoonist who went to court many times to defend his right to do so.
Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1985. [viii]+224p., 12.5x11.25 inches oblong, frontis-portrait, publisher's foreword, preface, introduction, footnotes, list of illustrations, index, illustrated throughout with reproductions in monochrome, b&w and color, very good first edition in dj.