Lot 145 of 725:
3 Zippy Comics anthologies, 2 signed by Bill Griffith  

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Three volumes of Zippy comics, two signed by Griffith

Griffith, Bill

Various places


Various dates



  • Pinhead's Progress. More Zippy Strips. First Edition. E.P. Dutton, [1989]. Signed by Bill Griffith on blank leaf at front.
  • Zippy Stories. Second Printing. And/Or Press, [1981]. Signed and inscribed to Rick, from Bill Griffith on the title page. "For Rick, Yow!! Bill Griffith."
  • YOW comics. Yow No. 1. [Last Gasp, 1978].

Three wrapper-bound volumes of Zippy.

Bill Griffith is an American illustrator best known for his Zippy Comics. He began his comic career in New York in 1969, where he published his first comic strips in East Village Other and SCREW. He migrated to San Francisco where he continued to influence and participate in underground comics.

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A touch of shelf wear; near fine or fine.

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