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Habakkuk, Chapter 3, Verse 3 [fanzine], Spring 1994
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Habakkuk, Chapter 3, Verse 3 [fanzine], Spring 1994

By Donaho, Bill (ed.)

Oakland: Bill Donaho, 1994. 68p., stapled fanzine, illus., some rust to staples, else very good. A late but quality issue of the fabled science fiction fanzine. Although this issue is light on sci-fi material per se, it is a prime example of a "fannish" fanzine, where the focus has been switched from SF to fans and fannish history themselves. Plenty of cartoons throughout by Dan Steffan, Steve Stiles, Trina Robbins, Ray Nelson, Bill Rotsler, Brad Foster, and others. Back cover is by Trina, as well. Approximately half the issue is LOCs (letters of comment) on the previous issue.

$50.00

Zhurnal inostrannoy karikatury (nos. 3 and 4)
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Zhurnal inostrannoy karikatury (nos. 3 and 4)

Saint Petersburg: the magazine, 1906. Two issues of the magazine presenting foreign cartoons to a Russian audience. Eight pages each, including pictorial covers; 10.25x13 inches. Paper toned, otherwise very good.

$150.00

The realist [no.86-B];
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The realist [no.86-B];

By Krassner, Paul, editor

New York: the magazine, 1970. Single leaf folded once to make 4p., paperstock browned. A Realist supplement, free to subscribers. Cover story by Robert Wolf, "Reporter at small," the people he heard at meeting of psychics and UFOlogists, 2p. Plus a page of Saul Heller's musings and a pretty good back page Guindon cartoon, Nixon and Agnew as the midnight cowboys (Nixon, looking resentful: "And stop calling me Ratso"). Also thrown in is no. 86-A, a report on Cuba by Michael Myerson, also browned and with some small closed tears.

$15.00

The East Village Other; Vol.2, No.23, Oct. 15 - Nov. 1, 1967
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The East Village Other; Vol.2, No.23, Oct. 15 - Nov. 1, 1967

By [Crumb, Robert] et al.

New York: East Village Other, Inc, 1967. Newspaper. 28 p., tabloid, folded off-center, 11.5 x 16.5 inches, illus., some browning overall, wear at fold, edges of some pages considerably frayed and chipped, front cover has flurry of smudged black ink fingerprints - no doubt due to cover ink not fully dry when handled. A reading copy of an iconic issue. Most notable for a full-page R. Crumb strip (Edgar & Maryjane Crump) marred only by a small red pen scribble on a little TV screen in 4th panel. A full-page piece touting the upcoming exorcism of the Pentagon in Wash. DC on Oct 21. Also an orgy illustration by Spain for a Robert Gover book ad, 3-panel strip by Trina advertising her Broccoli boutique, and a full page back cover ad by Peter Bramley for a Procol Harum show at the Village Theatre. Also Ray Mungo report on meetings in Prague between 40 americans and the Vietnamese NLF.

$18.00

Give Us a Chance !  A Buddhist View of Compassion. Ho Sanh; By Feng Tzu-k\' ai, Edited by Minh Thanh & P.D. Leigh
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Give Us a Chance ! A Buddhist View of Compassion. Ho Sanh; By Feng Tzu-k' ai, Edited by Minh Thanh & P.D. Leigh

By Feng Tzu-k' ai

New York: Sutra Translation Committee, 2001. Paperback. 101p., brush and ink drawings (but not "calligraphy," per publisher's note), captioned by the artist in English, Vietnamese and French; paperbound in glossy photographic 8.5x5.5 inch wraps. Find bookseller's code on front free endsheet, otherwise free of markings and quite sound, a very good copy. Sutra translation committee of the United States and Canada; Dharma series no. 33. Publisher describes the artist as "the best known Chinese illustrator of the first half of the 20th century

$20.00

Im with stupid.  the artwork of jeremy fish
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Im with stupid. the artwork of jeremy fish

By Fish, Jeremy

San Francisco: Fifty/24SF, 2000. Paperback. Unpaginated, perhaps 150p., a substantial small paperbound printed with enormous care on alkaline matte and coated paperstocks, reproductions divided equally between precise b&w and robust color exhibit photography; 8x6.5 inch frenchfold wraps. Nice copy; cover yawns faintly, the only sign of any handling. Terminal pages supply a 3/4 photoportrait of the artist in formal attire.

$20.00

Ayn Rand\'s Anthem; the graphic novel
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Ayn Rand's Anthem; the graphic novel

By Rand, Ayn, Charles Santino, and Joe Staton

New York: New American Library, 2011. 132p., trade paperback, graphic novel, a bit of shelf wear, else very good. Ayn Rand's sci-fi novel adapted by Charles Santino and drawn by Joe Staton.

$12.00

Le fabuleux destin d\'Auguste Pinochet
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Le fabuleux destin d'Auguste Pinochet

By Savard [, Didier]

Saint-Germain-les-Corbeil: Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1973. Paperback. Unpaginated, about 45p., printed rectos only, captioned cartoons depicting the general's nerdy early years. Good thing about being a dangerous dictator, the nerd-part gets rewritten. Softbound, a small paperbound in 6x4.5 inch wraps. Paperstock slightly toned, a sound clean copy.

$15.00

An injury to one is an injury to all! Dump the bosses! An IWW calendar for 1988
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An injury to one is an injury to all! Dump the bosses! An IWW calendar for 1988

By Industrial Workers of the World

Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World, 1987. 26p., wraps, 8.5x11; very good but for small spot of coffee (?) on cover.

$17.00

Melancholy rainbow: a sitcomic (issues 1, 2, and 3)
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Melancholy rainbow: a sitcomic (issues 1, 2, and 3)

By Kim, Nina

[San Francisco]: the artist, 2015. Three issues of the zine in staplebound wraps, 8.5x5.5 inches. 20 to 28 pages each, very good. All are 2015 printings; the first issue was originally published in 2012. Comics by a Korean-American artist examining dating, pets, etc. "I am apologizing in advance and warning you about the profanity. Some people find it fucking offensive and shit.

$30.00

Air Pirates funnies all comix #1 [tabloid]
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Air Pirates funnies all comix #1 [tabloid]

By O'Neill, Dan and Bobby London, Sheri Flenniken, Gary Hallgren, et al.

San Francisco: Air Pirates, 1972. Newspaper. 8p., folded tabloid, toned, illus., some corners dog-earred, top-left cover corner-split at spinefold, else very good. One-shot comic tabloid by the Air Pirates crew plus Willy Murphy and Larry Todd. Not to be confused with similarly titled underground comix in comicbook format. The Air Pirates were best known for their parodies of Disney characters which earned them long-running legal hassles from Disney Co., though they finally prevailed.

$18.00

Feng Zikai man hua xuan yi
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Feng Zikai man hua xuan yi

By Ming Chuan; Feng Zikai

Hong Kong: Chun yi chu ban she, 1976. xiv, 185 pages; paperback, mild handling wear, ownership signature at the back. Cartoons by Feng Zikai with interpretation and discussion. The Feng Zikai Chinese Children's Picture Book Award is named in the cartoonist's honor.

$20.00

Ars Medica. Medical Illustration Through the Ages, An Exhibition to Commemorate the Seventieth Anniversary of the Founding of Associated Medical Services, January-April 2006. Preface by Dr. William E. Seidelman
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Ars Medica. Medical Illustration Through the Ages, An Exhibition to Commemorate the Seventieth Anniversary of the Founding of Associated Medical Services, January-April 2006. Preface by Dr. William E. Seidelman

By Oldfield, Philip and Richard Landon, exhibition and catalogue

Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 2006. Paperback. 65p., coated paperstock, high-definition reproductions of color and sepia prints, softbound in 11.5x10 inch decorated wraps. A very nice clean copy. Graphic in the extreme, somewhat enlivened by a terminal section of "medical caricature

$20.00

We will not forget
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We will not forget

By Ehrenburg, Ilya. Drawings by D. Shmarinov, Cartoons by Kukriniksi

Washington, DC: Embassy of the USSR, 1944. Pamphlet. 59p, wraps, 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches in wraps. Sticker scar at bottom of front cover. Reminsicences of WW II. Drawings by D. Shmarinov, Cartoons by Kukriniksi. Blue pencil marks on a number of pages, small tears at spine.. One of two variants we have handled, this in wraps with no blue or photo.

$15.00

Octopus ink, a collection of drawings
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Octopus ink, a collection of drawings

By Roush, Mike

N.pl: Mike Roush, 2004. Pamphlet. [24p.], wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, minor stains on rear black cover, no. 112 of 250 copies, signed by Roush. Black and white drawings by the California animator.

$25.00

The Crystal and the Amulet
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The Crystal and the Amulet

By Cawthorn, James and Michael Moorcock

n.p.: Savoy Books, 1986. Paperback. unpaginated 108p., 9.25x12.25 inches, pictorial wraps, illus., as New. Jim Cawthorn's adaptation of Moorcock's Chronicles of Hawkmoon in graphic novel format. Oversize pages with black & white art throughout. Introduction by Burne Hogarth.

$30.00

11. International Nasreddin Hodja Cartoon Contest [1991]
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11. International Nasreddin Hodja Cartoon Contest [1991]

Istanbul: The National Association of Cartoonists, 1991. Paperback. 120p., 7.5x7 inches, paperback, illus., very good. Annual collection of wordless cartoons entered in the Turkish cartoon contest held in honor of the mythic folkloric "wise fool" Nasreddin Hodja (also: Nasruddin Hoja & other variant spellings). Cartoonists from 31 countries are represented. Whimsical cartoons rarely seen outside of Turkey. This selection is from the 1990 contest.

$15.00

Big Trip Travel Agency #3; Looking Forward Looking Back
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Big Trip Travel Agency #3; Looking Forward Looking Back

By Loveday, Pete

Edinburgh: AK Press, n.d.. Comic. 36p., 8.25x11.75 inches, pictorial wraps, illus., slight rubbing at spine, large comic book format, very good. Only 1 found in OCLC as of Aug. 2017. Trippy adventures of Russell, a counter-cultural everyman, done in British underground comix style. Third issue in series.

$15.00

High Times; No. 21, May 1977: The Magazine of High Society
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High Times; No. 21, May 1977: The Magazine of High Society

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 designed by Becky Wilson. Originally intended as a stand-alone newsstand magazine, funding ran out before it got off the ground, hence its presence here. Comix by Trina, Lee Marrs, Shelby, Michele Brand, and Ted Richards (Terry's husband), plus racy fiction by Sharon Rudahl and mini-mock book reviews by Deanne Stillman. Also in the High Times issue: a satirical "death bed" interview with Harry J. Anslinger, infamous top Fed Nark.

$12.00

Big Trip Travel Agency #1
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Big Trip Travel Agency #1

By Loveday, Pete

Edinburgh: AK Press, n.d.. Comic. 36p., 8.25x11.75 inches, pictorial wraps, illus., slight rubbing at spine, large comic book format, very good. None found in OCLC as of Aug. 2017. Trippy adventures of Russell, a counter-cultural everyman, done in British underground comix style.

$15.00

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