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Entry created by: Dexter Cockburn

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- 28 pages (saddle stitched)
- Colour cover/ B&W interior
- Sized to 5 1/2" x 7 1/2"

This comic collects Dexter's comix from the Texan zine, ButtRag Mag (edited by Jaimie Hashey) as well as from Dan Taylor's Pork Belly #7, Yuck! Comics #2 and Spunk Comics #1. There's also a 4-pg Animal Antics story, "Down the Ol' Rabbit Hole", which was previously unpublished as of this printing.

Note: The opening story, "Shits 'n' Giggles" first appeared in Yuck! Comics #2 but has since had new panels added for inclusion in this comic.

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- 28 pages
- 5.5" x 7.25"
- colour cover/ B&W guts

The first issue of Oh My! Comix was a collection of Dexter Cockburn's comix that had appeared in other publications, as well as a few unpublished (and probably with good reason!) pieces. :) Featured within are comix that first appeared in Blackguard, Yuck! Comics, Grawlix #0, Modern Gentlemen and Sleazy Slice.

Note: The Fudster Pudwhacker story, "Bus Ride of the Damned", which originally appeared in Yuck! Comics #3, is printed in truncated format here with numerous panels (including a Rod Serling-type intro/ exposition) removed. The full version appears in Yuck! #3

Oh My! Comix #2

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- 28 pages
- digest-sized (5.5" x 8.5")
- colour cover/ B&W guts

Just like Crumb opened the doors of Zap Comix to other artists, Dexter Cockburn has turned Oh My! Comix into an anthology series to attract the best & brightest talents! Robin "Cinema Sewer" Bougie contributes the cover image and a 6-pager full of filth while Aaron "Mineshaft" Lange takes care of the back cover. Other contributors include Kayla "Monty Comix" Escobedo, Jay "JB's ComicStories" Bee, Hugo, Hugh 'Shug' "Reet! Comic" Raine and Cockburn himself.

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- 28 pages
- digest-sized (5.5" x 8.5")
- colour cover/ B&W guts

The 2nd printing contains a few modifications from the 1st.

- the 2nd page of Hugo's 'Handjob Harrington' story has had a print line cleaned up & the panels slightly increased in size.
- Dexter Cockburn's story, "Bunglin' Bears" now has a header that reads "Too Blue Comix" - this is because the comic originally appeared in Jerry Goebert's series of the same name.

Oh My! Comix #3

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- 28 pages
- digest-sized (5.5" x 8.5")
- colour cover/ B&W guts

What an incredible issue! First, Kayla "Monty Comix" Escobedo stuns with her vibrant & amazingly intricate front/ back covers. Then Underground Comix great, Skip "Bijou Funnies, Snappy Sammy Smoot" Williamson, opens with 'Marital Blitz', a brand new six-pager. Robin "Cinema Sewer" Bougie & Maxine "Maximum Superexcitement" Frank give you a taste of what they've got cooking for the upcoming Sleazy Slice #5 while Aaron "Mineshaft" Lange serves up a fresh new page for your viewing pleasure. Jay "JB's ComicStories" Bee & Hugh 'Shug' "Reet! Comic" Raine add a little sci-fi into the mix while New Jersey's favourite son, Hugo, shows off his expert delineation skills with a pair of densely detailed illos. Finally, crammed into wherever he can find a spot, are a few X-rated rib-ticklers from Dexter Cockburn.

Spunk Comics #1

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32 pages, 5.5" x 7.25", colour cover w. B&W guts, saddle-stitched. Indica claims that book is in 12th printing and is (c) 1970. This misleading info was added by the artist to create the impression that the comic was around since the halycon hippie days! Out of the initial print run of 50, 25 copies were given away in a promotion to new subscribers to Robin Bougie's Cinema Sewer.

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32 pages, 5.5" x 7.25", colour cover w. B&W guts, saddle-stitched. Indicia claims that book is in 8th printing and is (c) 1971. This misleading info was added by the artist to create the impression that the comic was around since the heyday of Underground Comix!

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