Odds & Ends by R. Crumb

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A never-before-compiled collection from the most influential underground artist of our time.
Robert Crumb is a cartoonist with an instantly recognizable style who emerged in the 1960s with strips in the underground press. He founded Zap Comix in 1968 and created Fritz the Cat, Devil Girl, Mr. Natural, Keep on Truckin' and hundreds of other characters that instantly struck a nerve with people everywhere.

Odds & Ends is a unique book of Robert Crumb's previously unpublished, autobiographical, favorite, and most successful strips. It also contains photographs, portraits, and text by the man himself.

With a jacket designed by the artist, Odds & Ends is beautifully produced and filled with color artwork-a great introduction to one of our most important cartoonists, as well as an invaluable addition to any fan's library.

About R. Crumb

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Robert Crumb lives in France, where he spends his time drawing and playing the banjo for his band Les Primitifs du Futur.
Published March 5, 2001 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 136 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Called the Brueghel of the last half of the 20th century by no less a skeptic than establishment art critic Robert Hughes, cartoonist R. Crumb has produced some of the smuttiest yet piercingly aff

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