The Complete Crumb: Crumb Advocates Violent Overthrow

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Fantagraphics Books, Mar 1, 1994 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 118 pages
The Complete Crumb Comics series comprises the complete works of legendary cartoonist R. Crumb, presented chronologically, including his entire oeuvre and unpublished strips and illustrations from the artist's private archives. Each volume includes a new cover by Crumb and a lengthy introduction, usually by Crumb but occasionally from others close to Crumb, such as brother Maxon and son Jesse.

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User Review  - stephmo - LibraryThing

From the mid-80s, this cross-section of Robert Crumb's work is as representational as it gets. If collecting both Weirdo issues and collaborations with Charles Bukowski and Harvey Pekar weren't enough ... Read full review

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User Review  - wendellg - LibraryThing

haven't read any other Crumb, but it really does seem like his work matured during the eighties - the "Cave Wimp" and "Mode O'Day" pieces really work as stores. "I'm Grateful! I'm Grateful!" and "A Short History of America" with epiloque are real gems. Read full review


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About the author (1994)

Gary Groth is the founder of The Comics Journal and also the co-founder and co-publisher of Fantagraphics Books. He lives in Seattle.

Mark Thompson is author of A paper House and Forging War.

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