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MONGO BOY by  Mark Brooks - 1990 - from Alta-Glamour Inc. and Biblio.com

MONGO BOY: No. 1

by Brooks, Mark

Condition: Saddle-stapled half-legal xerographic zine with black cardstock covers. Nicely produced. Light shelfwear. Very good


Boulder, CO: Kaustik Kulture, 1990. Saddle-stapled half-legal xerographic zine with black cardstock covers. Nicely produced. Light shelfwear. Very good. 20 pp. Mongo Boy's family wears bags on their heads, but that's not all of why he's mad. They take him to a correctional facility in hopes it changes his attitude. They drug him and his skull eyes turn to flowers and a smile...but is he happy? They chain him to a tree outside, but somehow a flower sets him free and he kills his mother and father in the final exciting panels. Dark and bleak and angry and rather well-drawn in a dark, minimalist way.
  • Bookseller: Alta-Glamour Inc. US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 60545
  • Title: MONGO BOY
  • Author: Brooks, Mark
  • Book condition: Used - Saddle-stapled half-legal xerographic zine with black cardstock covers. Nicely produced. Light shelfwear. Very good
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Kaustik Kulture
  • Place: Boulder, CO
  • Date published: 1990
  • Product_type: Zine

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