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Important R. Crumb reference work + 3 others  

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R. Crumb Checklist of Work and Criticism: With a Biographical Supplement and a Full Set of Indexes

Fiene, Donald M.

Cambridge, MA

Boatner Norton Press



170 pp. (8vo) brown cloth, color illustrated dust jacket. First Edition. An important R. Crumb reference work.

The lot also includes 3 others:

  • Richter, Carl, compiler. Crumb-ology: The Works of R. Crumb 1981-1994. Black gilt-lettered boards. Inscribed to Rick on the title page, signed by Jeffrey Weinberg, publisher. First Trade Edition. Water Row Press, [1995].
  • R. Crumb's Carload o' Comics. An Anthology of Choice Strips and Stories - 1968 to 1976. Introduction by Harvey Kurtzman. Original color illustrated wrappers. First Printing. Belier Press, [1976]. Small faint dampstain at top edge of text block.
  • Zombie Mystery Paintings by Robt. Williams. Introduction by R. Crumb. Color illustrated wrappers. "Forth" Last Gasp Edition, July, 1996. Last Gasp, 1996. 

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